Day One - Monday 17th October 2022

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, Nicki Credland, BACCN Chair and Anna Marie Murphy, IACCN Chair
09.30-10.15

Keynote: Rachel Kenna,Chief Nursing Officer in Ireland

10.15-11.00

Keynote: Helen Ballentyne - Dual qualified medical and veterinary nurse - Transplant Coordinator at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11.00-11.30 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition
LAUNCH PAD: Stryker - 11.05-11.20
Room 1 2 3 4 5

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  General Paediatric Veterinarian Nursing Research Symposium Simulation Posters
11.30-11.50

BACCN Prescribing Position Statement: Catherine Plowright and Louise Stayt, BACCN National Board

Implemetation of the Clinical Support Worker role in Paediatric Critical Care - the long journey: Carly Whittaker

Leptospirosis: Urine trouble!: Eleanor Haskey, Royal Veterinary College

Research Symposium:

This symposium will be led by critical care nurse and AHP researchers from across Northern and Southern Ireland, including Queens University, Belfast and University College, Dublin. The symposium will provide an opportunity for delegates to hear about current critical care research and the experiences of developing research as part of a critical care career. 

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"No trace, wrong place" simulation by SCREAM Team

P01 - P02

11.50-12.10 Nudging weaning in the right direction - an electronic quality improvement tool to support multidisciplinary ventilation weaning in ICU: Lisa McIlmurray, Queen's University Belfast Canine patient with pulmonary carcinoma: Fiona McDowell,Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies P01 - P05
12.10-12.30

LINET - Hosted Workshop

Sustainability in Paediatric Critical Care - Holly Chandler Veterinary Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR): How to be an animal lifesaver: Emily Gorman, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies Let's get this show on the road: Bill Hickland, Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast P06 - P08
12:30-12:50 Veterinary Euthanasia: Katie Gray, The Ralph Veterinary Referral Centre

P09 - P11

12:50-14.00 Lunch Break in the Exhibition
LAUNCH PAD LINET UK: 13.00-13.20
LAUNCH PAD Pall Corporation: 13.30-13.50
Room 1 2 3 4 5 6
  General General Veterinarian Nursing Research Symposium Simulation (Paeds) Posters
14.00-14.20 Rescue Events Analysis: Examining how clinical staff create safety and rescue unwell ward patients: Jody Ede, Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Draeger - Hosted Workshop

Interventional Cardiology: A One Health Approach: Emma Hudson, The Ralph Veterinary Referral Centre

Research Symposium:

This symposium will be led by critical care nurse and AHP researchers from across Northern and Southern Ireland, including Queens University, Belfast and University College, Dublin. The symposium will provide an opportunity for delegates to hear about current critical care research and the experiences of developing research as part of a critical care career. 

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Paediatric Simulation
led by Carli Whittaker (PCCS)
P12 - P14
14.20-14.30 Creating meaningful inclusion in an increasingly diverse workforce - enabling our staff to feel safe and seen: Be Baxter-Heyes, Leeds Teaching Hospital Comparative Critical Care Nursing: NG tube placement and risk factors -  a comparison between humans and animals: Lindsey Ashburner (RVN) and Amy Pulleyn (RN) P15 - P17
14.30-14.40

Fresenius - Hosted Workshop

14.40-15.00 P18 - P20
15.00-15.35 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition
Room 1 2 3 4 5 6
  General Paediatric General General General Posters
15.35-15.55  

Paediatric Critical Care Outreach - Leeds / Bristol

Mobile Intensive Care Ambulance service (MICAS), the delivery of a critical care retrieval service during a pandemic: an observational study: Dr Peter Moran, University Hospital Galway

Stryker - Hosted Workshop

Development and delivery of a New Graduate Nurse Programme in Critical Care: Emily Naylor, St. James's Hospital

P21 - P23
15.55-16.05 'Humanisation of ICU': Sustaining Patients and Nurses: Helen Gadsby, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Responding to the service need: Introduction of the Critical Care Advance Nurse Practitioner service in a Dublin University Hospital: Lallymol Abraham, St James's Hospital, Dublin. Pandemic to podcast; "Critical conversations" a novel initiative to enhance the learning experience in ICU: Shauna Gollogly, St James Hospital Dublin P24 - P26
16.05-16.15                                         Social Justice Workshop: Professor Calvin Moorley, Chair of Diversity & Social Justice, Institute of Health and Social Care/ Adult Nursing, London South Bank University                                                                                            
16.15-16.35 Introducing the Clinibee App for Critical Care Nurses in sub-Saharan Africa: Chris Carter, Birmingham City University Patient and relative involvement in raising concerns about deterioration: A qualitative case study approach: Dr Aidin McKinney, Queen's University Belfast   Key components to effective shift leading in critical care nursing: Alexandre Marques, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust P27 - P29
16.40-17.25 Keynote: On the fringe of ICU: what we have not yet improved
Jos Latour, Professor in Clinical Nursing, University of Plymouth
TBC Regional Advisors Event - Invite Only
19.30-00.00 Drinks Reception & Gala Dinner

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