Day One - Monday 7th October

Programme - Day One

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08.00-09.00 Registration and Welcome Refreshments in the Exhibition Area
Plenary Room  
09.00-09.30 Opening remarks and welcome address 
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director and Ian Naldrett, BACCN Chair

Professor Aisha Holloway, Professor of Nursing Studies, Co-founder & Co-Director of Edinburgh Global Nursing Initiative (click for more)


Keynote: Making a difference: delivering healthcare in a conflict / disaster zone
David Wightwick (UK-Med) (click for more)

10.50-11.20 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition
Room Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5

Room 6

  Community of Practice Research Symposium Critical Care: the ongoing journey Clinical Care Delivery Posters Fundamentally Critical
11.20-11.40 Workforce

Research Symposium

Impact of critical illness on ICU family members: a Phenomenological Study

Reducing Incidences of Pressure Injuries in ICU



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


A staff survey on communication within Critical Care to aid the creation of a Family Liaison Practitioner role in Adult Critical Care

Critical Care Outreach Nurse Specialists: The new gatekeepers of the eCPR service
12.00-12.20 Thrive Time: The Role of the ICU Rehabilitation Nurse Utilising national audits to reduce local blood culture rates

ECG Rhythm Analysis

12:20-12:40 Redeployment from critical care to Emergency Dept - a lived experience

Post-Intensive Care Unit Home Care and Physical Function: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

"Wake me up before you go go": Improving sedation hold practices
12.40 - 13.50 Lunch in the Exhibition
Room Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6
  Community of Practice Research Symposium Patient Safety Clinical Informatics Posters Fundamentally Critical

Critical Care Outreach:

Mark Wilson and Natalie Pattison


Research Symposium


"Take 2"-A complete Handover!

Clinical Informatics

Petro Bekker & David Maloney


Tracheostomy management


14.10-14.30 Improving communication with Non-English speaking patients using an Enhanced Communication Board Can you computer generate clinical judgement?

Linet- Hosted Workshop

The Benefits of Early Mobilisation in the ICU

Damien McKeaveney, LINET Group Global Segment Leader ICU and Stretchers

14.30-14.50 Intensive Care Learning From Patient Safety Events Project
14.50-14.55 5 minute room change
Plenary Room  
14.55 - 15.35

Keynote: Taking Care
Sarah Digregorio (click for more info)

15.35 - 16.05 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition
Room Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6
    Research Professional issues within critical care Clinical Care Delivery Call for Concern Fundamentally Critical

Research Symposium

Healthcare professionals' perceptions of Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) in the intensive care setting: Facilitators and barriers

The lived experience of adults who received Mechanical Ventilation

Call 4 Concern - The Royal Berkshire Experience

Nursing Care of the prone patient
16.25-16.45   The introduction of a Critical Care tailored education programme for Healthcare Assistant Patients' Perceptions on sleep quality and sleep disruptive factors in a mixed adult Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Mater Dei Hospital (MDH)
16.45-17.05   A space of their own - Manchester's Early Critical Care Nurses - an oral history project The Development of a Novel Intervention for Delirium Prevention and Management in Adult Intensive Care Unit: A Co-design Qualitative Study
TBC Regional Advisors Event - Invite Only
19.30-00.00 Drinks Reception & Gala Dinner

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