Day One

Programme - Day One - Monday 14th September

07.00-08.00 BACCN Virtual Yoga Session - Join us on Zoom!
Virtual Room:  Phillip Woodrow
08.15-09.00 Registration - online assistance provided
Linet SoMe "Why we support BACCN" – Hosted by Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director
09.00-09.30 Opening remarks and welcome address 
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director and Nicki Credland, BACCN Chair
09.30-10.15

From Sickle to Seacole
Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu,
DBE: Emeritus Professor of Nursing - University of West London

10.15-11.00

Future of ICU: using technology, design and big data to treat the ICU patients of the future
Richard Trimlett, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon and VA ECMO Lead, Royal Brompton Hospital

11.00-11.30 Refreshment Break & Online Networking
LAUNCH PAD: LINET - 11.05-11.20
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow Edith Cavell George Dunn Mary Seacole
  Simulation   Research Symposium  
11.30-11.50

A BACCN & ASPiH collaboration

Making Simulation Safe

Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Carrie Hamilton, SimComm Academy
Clair Merriman, Oxford Brookes University

C01: vCreate – Video Recordings and Photos for family members of ICU patients
Sheila Rodgers, University of Edinburgh/NHS Lothian

C05: Lessons learned from the pre-doctoral journey
Harriet Noble, 
Kings College Hospital

W01: Continuous, Individualized Ventilation Support with Platform Based Tilt guided by Electric Impedance Tomography 
Dr. Mikulas Mlcek Ph.D, Charles University Prague

HOSTED BY:

11.50-12.10 C02: Family involvement in delirium management
Jasmin Kaur, City Hospital
C06: Influencing and bringing your manager and teams with you
Dr Louise Bramley, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
12.10-12.30 C03: Nurses’ perspectives on spiritual care in ICU: results of a survey
Ann Price, Canterbury Christ Church University
C07: Experiences, insights and learning in navigating the post-doctoral journey
Dr Joseph Manning, Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Children and Young People’s Health Research, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
12:30-12:50 C04: The Role of the ODP in the post COVID19 pandemic critical care environment
Giles Farrington, York Teaching Hospital NHS FT
C08: Journal Update Session Lyvonne Tume, Josef Trapani and Wendy Walker, Editors of NICC

12:20-12:50
W02: Express Education Workshop Refresher Session - Initiatives to aid staff wellbeing
Morwenna Maddock, North Bristol NHS Trust

HOSTED BY:

Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow
12:50-14.00 Lunch Break & Online Networking
LAUNCH PAD STRYKER 13.00-13.20
14.00-14.35

Coping with Crisis: Self care to care
Dr Mandy Odell, Nurse Consultant Critical Care, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

14.35-14.55

BACCN AGM - Disucssion Session
This is your opportunity to have your voice heard and ask your questions to the BACCN National Board.
As a BACCN member you can help shape what we do for critical care nurses and nurses across the UK.

14.55-15.00 3M SoMe "Why we support BACCN" – Hosted by Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow Edith Cavell George Dunn Mary Seacole
  Simulation   Research Symposium  
15.00-15.20 A BACCN & ASPiH collaboration

Beyond the Manikin: Working with Simulated Patients

Carrie Hamilton, SimComm Academy Clair Merriman, Oxford Brookes University Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
C10: The Successful Development and Implementation of a Risk Assessment Tool to Prevent Unsafe Redeployment from Critical Care
Sheena Wright, Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
C13(1): Childhood critical illness: Developing the evidence base to comprehend and support long term health outcomes
Dr Joseph Manning, Nottingham Children’s Hospital/Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Children and Young People’s Health Research/School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

C13(2): SEISMIC – Study to Evaluate the Introduction of nurse Staffing Models in Intensive Care
Professor Ruth Endacott, Plymouth University Clinical School/Monash University, Melbourne
15:00-15:35‚Äč

W03: "Evidence based ICU protocols for prevention of CRBSI and their maintenance during pandemic crisis"
Dr Philippe Eggimann, M.D

HOSTED BY:
15.20-15.40 C11: Knowing Thy Neighbour -Exploring Interdepartmental interprofessional Collaboration between an Emergency department and an Intensive Care Unit
Clóda Delahunty, St. George's NHS Trust
15.40-16.00 C12: Introducing Clinical Supervision into Critical Care
Daniel Harris, Cambridge University Hospital
15:50
Draeger SoMe "Why we support BACCN" – Hosted by Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow
16.00-16.35 Refreshment Break & Online Networking
LAUNCH PAD: INTERSURGICAL 16:10-16:30
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow Edith Cavell George Dunn Mary Seacole
  Simulation      
16.35-16.55 A BACCN & ASPiH collaboration

Debriefing Skills

Carrie Hamilton, SimComm Academy Clair Merriman, Oxford Brookes University Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

 

C18: Factors influencing nurses' intentions to leave adult critical care areas: findings from qualitative phase of a mixed method study
Nadeem Khan, Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University Hospitals

W04: Getting to know the determinants of VILI: Driving pressure and mechanical power
Luigi Camporota MD, PhD, FRCP, FFICM - Intensivist Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

HOSTED BY:

C14: What is the nurse's role in initiating early mobilisation in critical care?
Ana Katrina Evangelista-Lair, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
16.55-17.15 C19: Florence and the Machine...... What place for nurses in the history of UK critical care?
Sharon Whiting, GM Critical Care Skills Institute/NMGH
C15: A constructivist grounded theory of staff experiences relating to early mobilisation of mechanically ventilated patients in intensive care
Catherine Clarissa, University of Edinburgh
17.15-17.35 C20: A Tale at the Nightingale: Gathering Experience
Jessica Moorhouse,The Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust
C17: One size does not fit all: evaluating the orientation period for new nurses’
Sheela Vinu Kurian, King's College Hospital
C16: NMC regulation and function: exploring the professional impact for your role 
Sue West, NMC & Katherine Dalley, NMC
18.30-19.30 Regional Advisors Event - Invite Only via Zoom
19.30 Virtual Drinks & Dance - Join us Live on Zoom!

POSTERS

The following posters will be available to view on day 1:

P01 Introduction of a visitor's guide app in the Critical Care setting - George Kerrison, Nottingham University Hospital 
P02 Reducing the ‘Time to Hold’ on Neurosurgical Critical Care - Sarah Wild, Leeds General Infirmary
P03 The Value of Critical Care Follow-up from a Patient's Perspective - Ingeborg Iris Knoop, Eastbourne District General Hospital
P04 Evaluation of the SWIFT-R approach to ICU discharges - Andrea Turner, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
P05 Education during the Pandemic: Evaluating the implementation of an expedited Critical Care education program - Lisa Enoch, Cambridge University Hospitals
P06 nEWS2: improving scale 2 oxygen prescription - Karen Maher, St Georges Hospital
P07 Introducing SLED in critical care during the COVID19 pandemic - Lauren Ward, Cambridge University Hospital
P08 Examining virtual visiting using videocalling during the Covid pandemic - Joanne Charlesworth, CUH Addenbrookes Hospital
P09 Should we take a look at nursing notes? - Katy Surman & Nicola Duffy, North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust Intensive Care
P10 Developing a new service to support ICU families through the COVID-19 Pandemic - Alexandra Wray, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
P11 COVID-19 Demographics and Critical Care Outreach - Natasha Trenchard-Turner, St George's Hospital Univeristy NHS Trust
P12 Reasons for leaving Intensive Care Unit- nurses' perspectives - Chitra Sanje & Obed Brew, lChelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust/West Middlesex Hospital
P13 Education - Supporting redeployed staff during the COVID-19 pandemic - Rebecca Sumnall, University Hospitals of Leicester
P14 Promoting psychological wellbeing as part of a Clinical Education process in nurses new to Adult Critical Care - Helen Horton, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust