Day Two

Programme - Day Two - Tuesday 15th September

07.00-08.00 BACCN Virtual Yoga Session
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow
09.00-09.30 Registration - online assistance provided
09.30-09.45 Welcome to Day Two!
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director 
09.45-10.30

"Why the Science and Practice of Human Factors is critical to you as a Practitioner, a Team Leader or a Manager’’​
Prof Bryn Baxendale: Consultant Anaesthetist & Director, Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre, Queens Medical Centre Campus, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

10.30-11.10 Refreshment Break & Online Networking
LAUNCH PAD PENTLAND MEDICAL 10.40-10.55
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow Edith Cavell George Dunn Mary Seacole
11.10-11.30 W10: "Call for Concern: A Patient and Relative Activated Critical Care Outreach Workshop"
Karin Gerber, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

C21: Recognising, Rallying, and Reconciling: The Lived Experiences of Nurses Navigating Through Medical Emergencies in the ICU
Yongxing Patrick Lin, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

W06: "Keeping cool post resuscitation": Therapeutic Hypothermia and Targeted Temperature Management Robert Furby, Rampton Hospital

HOSTED BY:

W07: Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Nursing
Laura Edwards, Danielle Barrett, Lindsey Ashburner, Lucy Speak & Martyna Godniak

11.30-11.50 C24: Efficacy and competence in contributing to endpoint resuscitation: the UK critical care nursing perspective
Aurora Medonica, Oxford Brookes University
11.50-12.10

C22: Patient and family involvement in recognising and escalating deterioration: A qualitative systematic review
Aidín McKinney, Queen's University Belfast

W05: Express Education Workshop - What matters for ICU nurses during high intensity?
Morwenna Maddock, North Bristol NHS Trust

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C23: Developing an Evidence Based Consensus Paper for Oral Care Within Critical Care Louise Stayt, Oxford Brookes University, Vanessa Gibson, Open University & Catherine Plowright, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

Supported by Stryker

C25: Psychological impact of caring for critically ill patients with Covid-19: ICU nurses are disproportionately affected
Andrew Bates, University Hospital Southampton
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow
12.10-13.10 Lunch Break & Online Networking
LAUNCH PAD STRYKER 12.15-12.35
13.10-13.50

Critical Care Across the World: Breaking Down Barriers: BACCN / IACCN / AACN
A Round-Table Discussion

Nicki Credland (BACCN), Serena O'Brien (IACCN), Megan Brunson (AACN)

Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow Edith Cavell George Dunn Mary Seacole
14.00-14.20 C26: Fatigue in survivors of critical illness: a systematic review
Suzanne Bench, London South Bank University
C29: Large Scale Simulation: Challenges of Facilitating Simulation in The O2 Arena
Tim Collins, NHS Nightingale London
W08: Critical Care Rehabilitation: A Call to Action Kate Tantum, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust and rehab team

HOSTED BY
W09: "Bottoms Up; Tummy Time" Lessons learned in the midst of a global pandemic
Ian Naldrett, Royal Brompton Hospital and University of West London

HOSTED BY:
14.20-14.40 C27: Introducing a restraint mitt guideline in ICU; a service improvement project
Heather Prowse, Royal Berkshire Hospital
C30: Putting the Boot into the Emergency Induction Boot Camp for the Nightingale Hospital
Colette Laws-Chapman, Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital
14.40-15.00

C28: Standardising eye care in the ICU
Latifat Awotedu, Royal Brompton Hospital

C31: Nurse-led Whole-body Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Intensive Care: A COVID-19 Case Series and Development of a Novel Training Programme
Eleanor Corcoran, King's College Hospital
C32: Dragon's Den 2019 - ETA Emergency Transfer App
Kevin Watret and James Craig
Virtual Room: Phillip Woodrow
15:00-15:20 Refreshment Break & Online Networking
LAUNCH PAD: LINET - 15.00-15.15
15.20-16.00 Jean-Pierre De Villiers
Motivational Speaker
16.00-16.30

Awards and Closing Remarks
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director

POSTERS

The following posters will be available to view on day 2:

P15 The Use of Fully Immersive Simulation Training within a Intensive Care Course Curriculum - Nicole Lee, Broomfiled Hospital
P16 Has the introduction of C.A.L.M. Improved Basic Airway Awareness? - Margaret Mccabe-Rees, Wexford General Hospital 
P17 Simulation...Sold! - Kimberley Kirkbright, Forth Valley Royal Hospital
P18 Using audio-visual vignettes to explore how nurses make the decision to restrain a delirious patient on the critical care unit - Angela Teece, University of Leeds
P19 Making a difference to critical care patient safety through simulation training - Sheela Vinu Kurian, Kings College Hospital
P20 Is the use of simulation realistic in a low-middle income country? - Chris Carter, Birmingham City University
P21 Identification of barriers and facilitators to information exchange about a deteriorating patient's escalation of care: A Human Factors Analysis - Jody Ede, Oxford University Hospital Foundation NHS Trust 
P22 Providing evidence-based support to Intensive Care Nurses during and after COVID-19 - Rhianna Colyer, Harefield Hospital
P23 End-of-Life Care decision-making by Rapid Response System Teams for hospital inpatients: a systematic review - Laura Creighton, Queen's University Belfast/ Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast
P24 An Exploration of Critical Thinking in non-newly registered Critical Care Nurses - Neil Smith, University of Hull
P25 Frailty in Unplanned ICU Admissions During Covid-19 - Helen Farrah, St George's University Hospitals NHS  Foundation Trusts
P26 Contagion: Will Nurses Answer the Call - Nancy Nagel, Oregon Health Science University 

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