Full Programme - Monday 16th September

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09:00-09:30

Introduction to the Programme - Karin Gerber, Conference Director

Welcome from BACCN Chair - Nicki Credland

09:30-11:00 Keynote: Salisbury Team (click for more details)
11:00-11:30 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
11:30-11:50

Workshop

W01: The Safe Use of Injectable Medicines in Critical Care

Gillian Cavell, Emeritus Consultant Pharmacist. Medication Safety Specialist. MSc, RPharmS Faculty Fellow 

 

Research Symposium

Research and Reviews on Hot Topics (C02 - C05)

Dr Pam Ramsay, Scottish Critical Care Interdisciplinary Research (SCCIRL) Group, 
Dr Claire Kydonaki, Edinburgh Napier University,
Louise McCallum, University of Glasgow,
Dr Lisa Salisbury, Queen Margaret University,
Catherine Clarissa, University of Edinburgh

C06: Understanding Brief Illness Perception Among Cardiac Patients: A Preliminary Study
Sukhbeer Kaur Darsin Singh, Universiti Malaysia Sabah
C10: Introduction of a Sedation Hold (in Ventilated Patients) Within 4 hours of Admission to ICU
Jennifer Howie, Crosshouse Hospital
C14: Doctors and Nurses: Different Models of Practice?
Jane Greaves, University of Northumbria

Sim Lab 1:

Management of a Routine Tracheostomy

Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy’s and St Thomas Simulation and Interactive Learning (SAiL) Centre

Nathan Oliver, Fiona Pollock, Du Toit Du Weir and Kathryn Fitzsimmons, NHS Lothian
 

Poster Walk 1
(Click here for Posters P01-P10)
11:50-12:10 C07: Improving the Patient Experience for Critically Ill Obstetric Patients
Claire Wilcox, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust
C11: Detecting Latent Threats in Unexpected Difficult Airways
Stephen Cutler, Mairi Stewart, Guys and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Workshop
W02: Diabetic Emergencies in Critical Care

Grainne McCormack, Oxford Brookes University

12:10-12:30 C08: Family Bereavement Support in Adult Intensive Care
Dr Nikolaos Efstathiou, University of Birmingham
C12: Can't Intubate Can't Oxygenate: The Role of the ICU Nurse
Wendy Carlton, Torbay Hospital
12:30-12:50

C01: Dragons Den 2018 Winner:

BACCN Dragons Den… Now and Then

Stephen Cutler, Guys and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

C09: Do Critical Care Outreach Teams Improve Patient Outcomes?
Yvonne Fehily, Galway University Hospital
C13: Safe Airway Management Training in an Oncology Critical Care Unit
Nicola Doherty, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
12.50-14.00 Lunch served in the Exhibition Area
14.00-14.35 Keynote - Donna Kinnear (click for more details)
14.35-14.55 BACCN AGM
14.55-15.00 5 minute room change
15.00-15.20

Workshop

W03: What Lessons Can We Learn From Patient Experience?

Melanie Gager, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

C15: Interactive Early Rehab for Patients Involving Relatives and Health Care Assistants
Raquel Danae Garcia Rodriguez, Kings College Hospital

Workshop

W04: Linet Lateral Rotation Beds in Neuro Intensive Care - Staff Benefits 

Linda Monk, University Hospital Southampton Foundation Trust

C18: Introducing a New Pain Monitoring System (PainMonitor) to Neurocritical Care
Danilo Jataas, Cambridge University Hospital
C21: Ward Nurses' Experiences and Perceptions of a Critical Care Outreach Service
Caroline Hession, UHG, Galway

Sim Lab 2:

Management of an Overdose

Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy’s and St Thomas Simulation and Interactive Learning (SAiL) Centre

Nathan Oliver, Fiona Pollock, Du Toit Du Weir and Kathryn Fitzsimmons, NHS Lothian

Poster Walk 2
(Click here for Posters P11-P17)
15.20-15.40 C16: Improving Information-Giving to Critical Care Patients to Guide Post-Discharge Rehabilitation: A Quality Improvement Project
Stavroula Stavropoulou-Tatla, Armin Fardanesh, King's College London
C19: Adjunctive Hydrocortisone Therapy for Adults with Septic Shock: Is The Evidence Conclusive?
Nadia Christina Giuliani, University of West London /Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
C22: The Implementation of an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner Service
Louise Houslip, University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire
15.40-16.00

C17: criticalcarerecovery.com: Scaling Up an e-health Innovation across Scotland
Pam Ramsay, Edinburgh Napier University 

C20: Administration of vasopressor infusions in critical care units in a low resource setting
Chris Carter, King's College London
C23: How Do We Capture, Apply and Share What We Know? Developing, Piloting and Evaluating a Model of Knowledge Mobilisation in Critical Care
Dr Girendra Sadera, Wirral University Teaching Hospital, Victoria Treadway, NHS RightCare, Gillian Woodworth, Wirral University Teaching Hospital
16.00-16.35 Afternoon Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
16.35-16.55

Workshop

W05: The ABC of Obesity in Critical Care

Louise Caroline Stayt, Oxford Brookes University

C24: Engagement of Families in ICU from the Nursing Staff Perspective
Ann M Price, Canterbury Christ Church University

 

C27: Children Visiting Adult Critical Care Unit
Natalie Hoover, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals
C30: Is Bioscience Critical for Critical Care Nurses?
Julie Robinson, City University

Sim Lab 1:

Management of a Routine Tracheostomy

Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy’s and St Thomas Simulation and Interactive Learning (SAiL) Centre

Nathan Oliver, Fiona Pollock, Du Toit Du Weir and Kathryn Fitzsimmons, NHS Lothian

Poster Walk 3
(Click here for Posters P18-P25)
16.55-17.15 C25: Patient, Visitor and Staff Perceptions of Noise in an Intensive Care Unit
Deborah Dawson, St George's University Hospitals NHSFT
C28: Critical Care Nursing Discharge Summary; A Quality Improvement Project
Denice Pollock, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
C31: Interprofessional Learning in Adult Critical Care
Vikki Park, Northumbria University
17.15-17.35 C26: 'Keep calm PATH in OCCU and carry on'
Nicola Doherty, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
C29: Improving Communication in Patients with Language Barrier
Eunice Chan, Cambridge University Hospital
C32: Introducing Clinical Simulation Within the Critical Care Environment: On Site Innovation
Claire Stark, Glasgow Royal Infirmary 
 
19.30-00.00 Drinks Reception and Conference Dinner

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