Conference Programme 2017


We are delighted to announce the following confirmed keynote speakers.

For more information on the keynotes and their presentations, click here.

Ultimate Team Collaboration: Xtreme Everest 10 years on
Kay Mitchell, Senior Research Manager, Critical Care Research Area, NIHR Southampton Respiratory Biomedical Research Unit NMAHP Training Lead - Southampton Academy of Research Honorary Ambassador, World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (WFCCN)

Working together to Enhance Patient Safety
Professor Kim Manley CBE, Professor Practice Development, Research and Innovation, Co-Director, England Centre for Practice Development, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Canterbury Christ Church University

Links in the Chain to Effective Discharge
Professor Ruth Endacott, Director, Plymouth University/Royal Devon and Exeter Clinical School, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, University of Plymouth and Professor of Critical Care Nursing, Monash University, Melbourne


Programme 2017


Pre-Conference Masterclass & Welcome Reception - Sunday 3rd September

11.30-12.00 Masterclass Registration
12.00-17.30 Pre-Conference Masterclass: Avoiding Intubation in the Critically Ill Patient - Non-invasive Ventilation Strategies CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS
14:00-14:30 Masterclass Registration
14.30-17.30 Pre-Conference Masterclass: Essentials of Safe Prone Positioning CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS

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18.00-20.00

Welcome Drinks Reception & Early Registration
Join us to celebrate the opening of conference in the Exhibition Area of the Park Plaza Riverbank

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*Tickets for the pre-conference masterclass are purchased separately to the main conference. Limited availability
**Tickets for the welcome reception are included in your conference fee

Programme Day One - Monday 4th September

07.00-08:00 BACCN Morning Fun Run - Grab your trainers and get warmed up for conference! #couchtoconference. Check out the route here!
08.15-09.00 Registration & arrival refreshments 
09.00-09.45 Opening ceremony and welcome address 
Colette Laws-Chapman, BACCN Conference Director @MillieColette
and Annette Richardson, BACCN Chair @AnnetteRichard
09.45-10.25 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
S01: Ultimate Team Collaboration: Xtreme Everest 10 Years On 
Kay Mitchell, Senior Research Manager, Critical Care Research Area, NIHR Southampton Respiratory Biomedical Research Unit NMAHP Training Lead - Southampton Academy of Research Honorary Ambassador, World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (WFCCN) @SisterMitchell
10.25-11.05 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
S02: Links in the Chain to Effective Discharge
Professor Ruth Endacott, Director, Plymouth University/Royal Devon and Exeter Clinical School, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, University of Plymouth and Professor of Critical Care Nursing, Monash University, Melbourne
11.05-11.45 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
Room:  Breakout 1 Breakout 2 Breakout 3 Breakout 4 Breakout 5 Breakout 6
Themes: Research  Partners in Prevention Posters  Innovation in Practice
Interprofessional Partnerships   
11.45-12.05 C01: Early Warning Systems and Critical Care Outreach: Cochrane systematic review update : Dr Jennifer McGaughey, Queens University Belfast

C04: Improving Lung Protective Ventilation Compliance Across Lancashire and South Cumbria Critical Care Network: Claire Horsfield, Lancashire and South Cumbria Critical Care Network

C05: Quality improvement for critical care: improving staff engagement in the provision and completion of patient diaries to assist psychological recovery: Asya Veloso Costa, King's College London

C06: EDICT: A feasibility trial to examine how a prehabilitation exercise programme may help to prevent post-operative complications for patients with colorectal cancer: Andrew Bates, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospital

C07: Eliminating pressure ulcers caused by Nasogastic (NG) Tubes in Intensive Care: Nicola Allison, Warrington and Halton NHS Trust

C08: Incidence and prevalence of pressure ulcers: A longitudinal retrospective audit and service improvement evaluation: Sarah Farnell-Ward, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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P01: Making the case for education in critical care: Claire Shaw, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust

P02: Using reflection to improve critiical care nursing skills, knowledge and patient care: Lorena Sanz Ortega, The London Clinic

P03: A Host of Golden Daffodils - Warrington Intensive Care Unit Memorial Service: Sophie Liu and Helene Hazzard, Warrington NHS Foundation Trust

P04: The Effect of a Critical Care Outreach Service Intervention on Patient Outcomes in the Management of Acute Kidney Injury in Hospital: Linda McDaid, Western Health and Social Care Trust

P05: End of Life Care within Critical Care: Jo Tillman, The Royal Brompton Hospital

C09: The Implementation of a Web-based Pathway for Patients requiring ECMO Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) for Severe Acute Respiratory Failure (SARF): Rebecca Langley, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

C12: Introducing Morbidity & Mortality (M&M) conferences to Promote Inter-Professional Partnerships and Enhance Quality of Care in Critical Care: Claire Wilcox and Dawn Stephenson, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust

Writing for Publication: Top Tips on Style for Success

Julie Scholes, Co-Editor Nursing in Critical Care and Ann Price, Journal Liaison BACCN 

12.05-12.25

C02: Can Focused Efforts Overcome the Effects of Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Vicarious Trauma?: Daniel Doherty, Christiana Care Health System

C10: Management of Optiflow Therapy By A Critical Care Outreach Service And Analysis Of Patient Outcomes: Rosemary Zippo, King's College Hospital C13: Initial experience of implementing the intensive care rehabilitation programme InS:PIRE: Pauline Murray, NHS Ayrshire & Arran
12.25-12.45 C03: What are the components of a ‘good’ ward round in a large adult critical care unit and how can we make them happen more often? An Appreciative Inquiry Study: Clair Merriman, Oxford Brookes University, QMUL PhD Student C11: I'm a long term ventilated patient - Get me out of here: Lesley Howlett, Warrington and Halton NHS Trust C14: Improving communication and team work by introducing a new bay leader role and safety huddle: A quality improvement project : Vicky Thwaites, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust (RBHT)
12.45-13.45


Lunch served in the Exhibition Area


Workshop

Guiding the Way: Using ultrasound in difficult peripheral access

Andrew Barton, Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

Room: Breakout 1 Breakout 2 Breakout 3 Breakout 4 Breakout 5 Breakout 6
Themes:  Research Symposium  Education & Training Posters Workshop  Service Improvement  Workshop
13.45-14.05

C15: Researching NAVA technology via a NIHR doctoral fellowship: Daniel Hadfield, NIHR/HEE Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow, King’s College London/King’s College Hospital

C21: Use of Pain Agitation Delirium (PAD) assessment tools to assess PAD in a General Intensive Care Unit: Joel F Cardoso Pereira, St George's University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust

P06: Sharp's Disposal using the WireSafe during Central Venous Catheter Placement: Emily Hodges, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn

P07: Adult Intensive Care Unit nurse to extracorporeal life support nurse practitioner, where does the future lie?: Anoma Gunawardena, The Royal Brompton Hospital

P08: Development of an electronic patient and relative diary app: Louise Roberts, Cambridge University Trust Hospital

P09: Improving Cumulative Fluid Balance Monitoring: Reyhana Roberts, ELHT NHS Trust

P10: Multi-Visceral Bowel Transplants (MVBT) for Patients with Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (PMP)- A Pragmatic Solution to Improve The Standard of Nursing Care in the Immediate Post-Operative Period: Alice Warwick, Oxford University Hospital

P11: Which Personal Protective Equipment and Why: Sheelah Ainsworth, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS

W01:

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C18: Simulation in-situ - An extra patient on the ward round: Hayley Gilbrook, West Suffolk Hospital

W02:

Let's Get Physical - The Road to Recovery
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14.05-14.25

C16: Developing a clinical academic career in the Emergency Department:
Edward Baker, NIHR Research Fellow & Doctoral Candidate, King’s College London

C22: A person centred approach to improving pain assessment within ICU: Jennifer Howie, NHS Ayrshire and Arran C19: Paediatric In-Situ Simulation on Adult Intensive Therapy Unit: Mike Dickinson and Andrew Henson, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
14.25-14.45  C17: Developing an NIHR Programme Grant to examine safe staffing in ICU: Professor Ruth Endacott, Plymouth University/Royal Devon and Exeter Clinical School, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital and Monash University, Melbourne C23: Implementing the ‘SPADES’ (Sepsis, Pain, Abbreviated Mental Test, Decision, Escalation/ECG, Stable NEWS) safety round to improve standards of care in the Emergency Department: Joanna McBride, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

C20: Visual Learning Aid: Nicole Lee, MID Essex

14.45-14.55 10 minute turnaround
Room: Breakout 1 Breakout 2 Breakout 3 Breakout 4 Breakout 5 Breakout 6
Themes:  Research Symposium  Service Improvement Posters  Workshop  Education Workshop SIM LAB 
14.55-15.15

C24: Improving psychological well-being after critical care: the role of mixed methods research: Leanne M Aitken,
Professor of Critical Care
City, University of London

C27: Critical Care Nurses’ experience of a Compassion Focused Therapy workshop: Joao Bastos da Fonseca, The London Clinic

P12: The Value of the Critical Care Outreach Team: An Examination and Evaluation of the Responses to a Questionnaire for the Ward Nursing Staff at a Specialist Cardiothoracic Hospital: Jane Durrant, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

P13: Nursing leadership and resilience during unprecedented change: Jo Tillman, The Royal Brompton Hospital

P14: ECMO Retrieval Nursing One Year On: Mary Uku, Royal brompton Hospital

P15: Improving multi-disciplinary team communications in critical care through the introduction of a structured and standardised ward round approach: Lorna Copeland, Crosshouse University Hospital

P16: Improving the ICU patients ability to communicate: Stacey Needham, UHMBT

W04:

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W03: Developing a new board game style learning tool to enhance shift leadership education as part of a critical care course programme: Ian Naldrett, University of West London/Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Simulation Lab Scenario 1

Session includes scenario & debrief

 Limited spaces available. Session sign up is located at the registration desk

15.15-15.35 C25: Using implementation research to evaluate the implementation of an ICU telemedicine programme in the UK: Dr. Andrea Xyrichis, Lecturer, King’s College, London  C28: National Critical Care Rehabilitation Survey: Michele Platt, Critical Care National Networks Nurse Leads
15.35-15.55 C26: Using Phenomenology to explore student nurses’ experiences of spiritual care: Ann Price, Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church University  C29: Family Support Nurse Group - Cardiac Intensive Care Unit: Carol Howley, Blackpool, Fylde & Wyre NHS Trust
15.55-16.35 Afternoon Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
16.35-17.15

BACCN Consensus for Oral Care in the Critically Ill

Dr Tim Collins, BACCN Professional Advisor, BACCN National Board

17.15-17.45 BACCN AGM
18.30-19.15 Regional Drinks Reception - Exclusively for regional committee members - invitation only

19.30-00.00


BACCN Conference Gala Dinner - Taking place at the Park Plaza Riverbank - This year's theme is "Work That Wig!"


*Tickets for the Gala Dinner are included in the full conference fee. One day attendees can purchase dinner tickets.

Programme Day Two - Tuesday 5th September

08.30-09.15 Registration and arrival refreshments
09.15-09.30 Welcome to Day Two!
Colette Laws-Chapman, BACCN Conference Director 
09.30-10.10 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
S04: Working Together to Enhance Patient Safety

Kim Manley CBE, Professor Practice Development, Research and Innovation, Co-Director, England Centre for Practice Development, Faculty of Health and Social Care, Canterbury Christ Church University @KimManley8
10.10-10.50 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
Room: Breakout 1 Breakout 2 Breakout 3  Breakout 4 Breakout 5  Breakout 6
Themes: Research  Education Posters   Service Improvement  Workshop  SIM LAB
10.50-11.10 C30: Factors influencing nurses's intention to leave critical care areas: Nadeem Khan, Oxford |Brookes University and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

C36: Endotracheal tube cuff pressure deflations during monitoring by ICU staff – a simulation study: Emily Hodges, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn

P17: Quality Improvement Across a Network: Elizabeth Ellis, Mid Yorks NHS Trust

P18: A service improvement in the critical care (CRCU) discharge process, developed in line with the delayed discharge CQUINN: Sarah mcMullan, Lancashire Teaching Hospitasl Trust

P19: Preventing falls in Critical Care: Sheelah Ainsworth, Leeds teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

P20: Improving safety when caring for the critically ill child in an adult ICU: Lianne Harrison, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals

P21: Patient Diaries in the ICU: Catherine Hyland, Beaumont Hospital

P22: Implementing a Non-Injectable Connector (NIC) in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU): Emily Hodges, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn

C33: Guidelines for caring for obstetric patients in critical care: Charlotte Whittaker, King's College Hospital

W05:

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Simulation Lab Scenario 2

Session includes scenario & debrief

 Limited spaces available. Session sign up is located at the registration desk

11.10-11.30 C31: Critical Care Nurses' Knowledge of Alarm Fatigue and Attitudes, Perceptions and Practices towards Clinical Alarms: Siobhán Casey, University College Hospital Galway C37: Evaluation of a Tracheostomy Safety Training Day: Cathy Haddock, Fiona Stanley Hospital C34: An audit of cerebral perfusion pressure monitoring in a level one trauma neurointensive care unit: target CPP and transducer positioning: Shayda Karimi, Queens Medical Centre
11.30-11.50

C32: Nursing the Critically Ill Tetanus Patient: Chris Carter, British Army

C38: Using continuous professional development to advance critical care nursing knowledge and skills acquisition: Alexandra Costa, The London Clinic Hospital

C35: Subarachnoid haemorrhage’s readmissions to critical care. Are they preventable?: Joao Amaral, UCLH/NHNN
11.50-13.00 Lunch served in the Exhibition Area
Room: Breakout 1 Breakout 2 Breakout 3  Breakout 4 Breakout 5 Breakout 6 
Themes:  Education  Innovation  Posters  Workshop  Workshop SIM LAB

13.00-13.20

C39: Developing an e-learning Pathophysiology Module: Maintaining Standards in an Era of Cuts: Leonie White, Kings College Hospital

C42: Introduction of a tighter APTTr control using a nurse led anti-coagulation algorithm during renal replacement therapy: Julia Rutherford, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

P23: Mouth assessment & provision of oral care critically ill patient's: Claire Harcourt watkins, Hywel Dda University Health Board

P24: Critical Care Nurse Career Pathway: Derek Cribbin, Critical Care Program Ireland

P25: Procalcitonin (PCT): Joanna Davies, Hywell Dda Health Board

P26: A review of the evidence-base for of the nursing interventions to reduce ventilator acquired pneumonias. Can education for nurses on the evidence behind ventilator-acquired pneumonia prevention methods, improve compliance and therefore, the prevalence of pneumonia’s in the critical care setting?: Abigail Ratcliffe Law, University of Manchester

P27: Non-invasive Ventilation on COPD Patients: Freeta Jamile, Mid Essex Hospital

W07:

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Workshop
W06: Mental Capacity Assessment in the ICU: Kathy Dalley

Simulation Lab Scenario 3

Session includes scenario & debrief

 Limited spaces available. Session sign up is located at the registration desk

13.20-13.40 C40: Nursing the Critically Ill Malaria Patient: Chris Carter, British Army  C43: Is Nursing Led Protocols Evolving with New Automated Mechanical Ventilation Weaning Strategies: A Systematic Review: Bradley Chesham, Sunshine Coast Health Service
13.40-14.00 C41: “Grow Your Own” – Network approach to developing our future leaders: Julie Platten and Karen Donnelly, North of England Critical Care Network C44: Innovative ECMO Configurations in Adults: Practice at a Single Center with Platinum Level ELSO Award for Excellence in Life Support: Monika Tukacs, NYP- Columbia University Medical Center 
14.00-14.10 10 minute turnaround
Room: Breakout 1 Breakout 2 Breakout 3 Breakout 4 Breakout 5 Breakout 6
Themes:  Service Improvement Interprofessional Partnerships Education & Research  Innovation in Practice Workshop  Workshop
14.10-14.30 C45: Learning from medication incidents in Adult Critical Care: Mary Beckenham, Nottingham University

 C53: Educating the team, improving the experience of patients’ with spinal cord injury: A multiprofessional approach to learning on a Spinal Cord Injury Centre: Mary Licup , Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust

C48: Patient – ventilator dyssynchrony: Chris Hill, Royal Free NHSFT C50: Humanising the critical care unit using live music therapy: Natalie Mason, Central Manchester Foundation Trust W08: Critical Care Nurse Education – Development of a Competency Framework – Specialist Competencies: Samantha Cook, Critical Care Nurse Education Review Forum

W09:

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14.30-14.50 C46: Improving Food Service on a General ICU/HDU for patients able to maintain volitional oral intake: Catherine Jones and Irene Wong Lagman, St. George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust C54: Developing Staff Support for Critical Care Nurses: Nicola Oldcroft, Cicely Saunders Insitute C49: End of Life Care in the ICU: Catherine Hyland, Beaumont Hospital C51: Recovery and Wellness post ICU: Using Patient Diaries: Lianne Humphries, South Eastern Trust
14.50-15.10 C47: Staff awareness of the error of using both a heated humidifier and a heat and moisture exchanger in the same ventilation circuit: Emily Hodges, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn     C52: Frailty and the ICU: Kathy Dalley
15.10-15.50 Afternoon break and exhibition
15.50-16.30 QUESTION TIME CLOSING PANEL: Sustainability in Excellence: The Future of Critical Care: View Points & Questions from the floor
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Delegates attending this session will be entered into a prize draw for a place at the BACCN Conference 2018
16.30-16.40 Awards and closing remarks
Colette Laws-Chapman, BACCN Conference Director
16.40 Close of Conference

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