Day One - Monday 11th September 2023

Programme - Day One

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08.00-09.00 Registration and Welcome Refreshments in the Exhibition Area
Plenary Room  
09.00-09.25 Opening remarks and welcome address 
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director and Nicki Credland, BACCN Chair
09.25-09.30 Welcome from our Main Partner, LINET UK

Keynote: "Making the invisible, visible" Understanding nursing as a safety critical workforce
Prof Alison Leary, Chair of Healthcare & Workforce Modelling, LSBU (click for more)


Keynote: Leadership…not for the few, not even for the many…but for every nurse
Stacy Johnson MBE, Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham in the School of Health Science (click for more)

10.50-11.30 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition

Retention Retention Retention, helping fix the leaking bucket - An overview of CC3N National Adult Critical Care Nursing Workforce Retention Survey
Karen Wilson & UKCCNA Panel Discussion

12:30-13.40 Lunch Break in the Exhibition
Room Room 2 Room 4 Room 5 Room 3 Room 6

Room 9

  Workforce Research Symposium General General Posters Fundamentally Critical

An Evaluation of Stay Interviews on the Neuro Critical Care Unit: Alison Rourke, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust

Research Symposium:

Introduction to session: Suzanne Bench, BACCN National Board

National research update: overview of key studies relevant to critical care nursing

Spotlight on Rehabilitation; a national update

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Promoting wellbeing in critical care staff: The impact of a peer-to-peer positive feedback system: Toby Morris, Harrogate District Foundation Trust 

LINET - Hosted Workshop

Prone to MSKI:

Sharon Rindsland, Moving and Handling  Senior Co-Ordinator Trust Wide, East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust



Florence Nightingale Foundation, Gemma Stacey, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, FNF

14.00-14.20 Rebuilding a Critical Care Nursing Workforce Post Pandemic: Ruth Tullock, Leeds Teaching Hospitals 

The Critical Care Restoration Rainbow: Kerry Wright, Hayley Knowles, Sarah Dow, and Kim Gill, Adult Critical Care Quality, Governance and Education Leads, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust 


Introducing Registered Nursing Associates to Critical Care: A pilot: Francesca Craddock and Lisa Enoch, Cambridge University Hospital

Critical Care Wellbeing Month: Sally Stretton, Nottingham University Hospitals Introducing Sustained Low Efficiency Dialysis (SLED)  in Intensive Care at Royal Derby Hospital: Angela Evans, Royal Derby Hospital

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14:40-15:00 The role of the Registered Nursing Associates and prevention of role creep within critical care: karen wilson, CC3N  / Cheshire and Mersey Critical Care Network

Liberty Singers - how music helps to break down barriers, Kari Olsen-Porthouse, Choir Director, ICU Liberty Singers

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Service evaluation of Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Link Nurses' programme: Peachiammal Subramanian, Royal London Hospital
Room Room 2 Room 4 Room 5 Room 3 Room 6 Room 9
  General Research Symposium General General Posters Fundamentally Critical

Avanos Medical - Hosted Workshop

Research Symposium

Translating evidence into practice; dissemination and utilisation

Utilising QI methodology in critical care: best practice

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Introduction of a visitor's guide app in the critical care setting: George Kerrison, Nottingham University Hospital

teleflex - Hosted Workshop

Right Line, Right Now! Expanding vascular access skills for the ICU

Michele De Fazio, Vascular Clinical Specialist

Hayleigh Haggerty, Senior Vascular Clinical Affairs Manager

  How the Dragon's Den funding supported a speech recognition app as a communication aid for critical care patients with tracheostomies: Carla McClintock, Queen's University Belfast/WHSCT
15.20-15.40 Nurse led telephone follow-up screening for ICU survivors: Katie Susser, Guys and St Thomas NHS Trust   Tracheostomy patients care - A collaborative overview of Veterinary and human centred nursing: Laura Edwards, The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies Hospital for Small Animals
15.40-16.00   "Hello, How are you?"  Evaluating the value of Nurse-led Telephone Follow-up clinics: Cat Yates, Addenbrookes The impact of introducing a Family Care Nurse onto a Neurosurgical Critical Care Unit: Charlotte Smith, Leeds General Infirmary    "SAFE-ITU" tool, a structured approach to Intensive Care Team Huddles: Alexandre Marques, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
16.00-16.35 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition
Room Room 2 Room 4 Room 5 Room 3 Room 6 Room 9
  General Research General General Posters Fundamentally Critical
16.35-16.55 Collaborative Regional Benchmarking Group - the impact of benchmarking across three critical care networks.: Alison Richmond, West Yorkshire Critical Care Operational Delivery Network

Research Symposium

Clinical Research Case Studies

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A Sharing of Extracts from Critical Care, a playscript by Stacey Moon-Tracy, post graduate researcher within the Centre for Arts Memory and Communities at Coventry University

The script has been inspired and informed by the COVID-19 testimony & creative voices of Intensive Care Nurse collaborators.

Seating Matters - Hosted Workshop


A Proposal for Airway Workshops Utilising Simulation: Anna Tchorzewska, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT)
16.55-17.15 Recruitment and Retention Strategy in Critical Care : Brigid Wimpress, Cambridge University Hospital
17.15-17.35 We are here to learn' : The experiences of clinical nurse educators facilitating interprofessional simulation-based education.: Katherine Hill, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow Critical Care Elective Planning: Empowering Nurses: Chris Gillies, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
TBC Regional Advisors Event - Invite Only
19.30-00.00 Drinks Reception & Gala Dinner

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