Programme Day Two - Tuesday 18th September

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08.30-09.30 Registration & arrival refreshments 
09.30-09.45 Welcome to Day 2!
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director
09.45-10.30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dr Julie Highfield: The Sustainability of the Critical Care Workforce (click here for more details)
10.30-11.10 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
   

Developing New Roles & Ways of Working

Patient & Family Involvement

 Posters

Workshop

Simulation Lab

11.10-11.30  2017 Dragons' Den Presentation: 

Rehabilitation in the 21st Century: Using Modern Technology to Increase Patient Responsibility and Improve the Patient Journey through Critical Care: Lewis Blacow, Royal Preston Hospital 

 C30: A service transformation presentation of critical care outreach, to meet the challenge of ever increasing Critical Care Admissions: Christopher Beckett, University Hospitals of North Midlands C33: Bereaved families' experiences of controlled donation after circulatory death in the ICU: Wendy Walker, University of Wolverhampton 

Posters P22- P26

 

 

W05: Stryker Workshop

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Simulation Lab
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11.30-11.50    C31: Advanced Critical care practitioners an innovative workforce model has proven safe and effective.: Amii Knight, University Hospitals of North Midlands, Royal Stoke  C34: The introduction of a personal care plan for last days and hours of life, to ensure all patients are comfortable and free from pain and distress. : Diane Bowler, University Hospital Crosshouse 
11.50-12.10 

How a tweeting bird, microphone and a computer helped me with my drive to network around the world 

Jonathan Downham, South Warwickshire Foundation Trust

C32: To a Better Recovery: Developing a patient orientated multidisciplinary Critical Care rehabilitation service: Lucy Powell, Royal Stoke Hospital, University Hospitals of North Midlands C35: From Critical Care to Hopsice at End of Life: Victoria Carr, Cambridge University Hospitals
12.10-13.10 Lunch served in the Exhibition Area
13.10-13.50

KEYNOTE ADDRESS 
Mark Radford: Advancing Critical Care: Safe staffing, workforce planning & new roles - ACCP/ANP credentialling (click here for more details)

13.50-14.00 10 minute room change
  Quality Improvement Workshop Patient & Family Involvement Posters Workshop Simulation Lab
14.00-14.20  C36: Contributing to care: the essential role of the pressure ulcer prevention nurse: Maria Rebouco, Barts Health NHS Trust

 W07: HOTT Topics: management of burns and inhalational injury in the General ICU

 

Elaine Manderson and Benjamin Harold, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


C38: Going home to die from critical care: a reflection on the journey to safe uncertainty: Lesley White, University of Brighton   Posters P27 - P32

W08: "Let's Get Physical" Workshop

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Simulation Lab
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14.20-14.40 C37: Trauma simulation: Working ethically with child simulated patients: Carrie Hamilton, SimComm Academy C39: Exploring experiences of service user involvement in critical care : Suzanne Bench, London South Bank University
14.40-15.00

W06: The 5 R’s of Ready-to-Use Injectable Medicines

Gillian Cavell, Consultant Medicines Safety Pharmacist


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 C40: The value of a rehabilitation programme following Critical Illness: Suzahn Wilson, West Suffolk Hospital
15.00-15.20 Afternoon Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
15.20-16.00

Closing Keynote: Alex Wubbels: Moral Courage (click here for more details)

In it to win in - delegates attending this session will be entered into a prize draw for a place at the BACCN Conference 2019

16.00-16.30

Conference round-up including awards for best oral, poster, workshop and Dragons' Den presentations

Karin Gerber, Conference Director

Please note this is a draft programme and is subject to change

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