Day Two - Tuesday 18th October 2022

Programme - Day Two

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08.30-09.30 Registration and Welcome Refreshments in the Exhibition Area
Plenary Room  
09.30-09.45 Welcome to Day Two!
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director, Nicki Credland, BACCN Chair and Anna Marie Murphy, IACCN Chair

Keynote: Rachel Kenna,Chief Nursing Officer in Ireland (click for more)

10.30-10.40 BACCN AGM
10.40-11.10 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition
LAUNCH PAD: LINET UK - 10.35-10.50
Room Meeting Room 1A Meeting Room 1B Hall 1A Meeting Room 2A Meeting Room 3

Meeting Room 2B

  General General Critical Care Outreach General Simulation Posters

Screening for swallowing problems in the complex critical care patient - breaking down barriers with Speech and Language Therapy: Jackie McRae, St George's University of London/Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Seating Matters - Hosted Workshop

Critical Care Outreach: Determining the value of the resource: Jamie Hyde Wyatt Effectiveness of a New-Graduate Nurse in Critical Care Programme: Shauna Delaney, Tallaght Univeristy Hospital

We’ve got a bleeder!

Simulation focused on the management of a bleeding Tracheostomy

by SCREAM Team


P30 - P32

11.30-11.50 Practical considerations in establishing advanced practice in CCOT: Siobhan Pyke Literature Review with the NiCC Editors P33 - P35

PNA Restorative Clinical Supervision Toolkit: Cath Applewhite, MFT

  ICU discharge liaison and the role of Critical Care Outreach: where does it start and stop?: Sarah Vollam P36 - P38
12:10-13.10 Lunch Break in the Exhibition
LAUNCH PAD Stryker: 12.20-12.35
LAUNCH PAD Seating Matters: 12.45-13.00
Room Meeting Room 1A Meeting Room 1B Hall 1A Meeting Room 2A Meeting Room 3 Meeting Room 2B
  General Paediatric Critical Care Outreach General General Posters
13.10-13.30 The Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Critical Care Staff and Coping Mechanisms Used: Claire Magner, University College Dublin Paediatric Organ Donation

Point of care ultrasound: case studies of using advanced practice skills: Mark Wilson

The PNA Supporting the Core Conditions of Workplace Well-being and the Personal Practice Model for ICU nurses: Ciara Wharton, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Exploring critical care staff perspectives of supporting the process of dying, death, and bereavement in critical care settings: Elsa Joyce, University College Dublin, Ireland P39 - P41
13.30-13.50 The experience of having embedded Clinical Psychologists for staff support - challenges, benefits and rewards over a five year period: Nate Shearman, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Results of the NOrF National Survey and launch of the NOrF benchmarking tool: Dr Victoria Metaxa P42 - P44

Advanced Nurse Practitioners in Paediatric Critical Care Transport - the road to sucess: Sasha Herring, South Thames Retrieval Service

Patient Safety in COVID-19: Nurses experiences: Louise Stayt, Oxford Brookes An ICU End of Life Care Ward Round to Drive Nurses Involvement in Decision-Making: Myrna Scott, St. George's Hospital, London
13.50-14.10 Integration of Lebanese Nurses within a UK Intensive Care Unit: Evaluation of a Pilot Project recruiting through Talent Beyond Boundaries: Lynette Walker, Wellington Hospital Understanding the use of the National Early Warning Score 2 (NEWS2) in acute care settings: A realist review: Michelle Treacy, Oxford University Exploring and Sharing the Narratives of Female Intensive Care Nurses and Their Experiences of COVID-19: Stacey Moon-Tracy, Coventry University Maltese nurses' and doctors' perceptions on palliative care in critical care settings - Qualitative findings from a mixed-methods case study: Diane Faenza, University of Malta/ Mater Dei Hospital P45 - P47
14.10-14.20 10 minute room change
Room Meeting Room 1A Meeting Room 1B Hall 1A Meeting Room 2A Meeting Room 3 Meeting Room 2B
  General Paediatric Critical Care Outreach General General Posters

‘Under Pressure’ a multidisciplinary perspective on protecting the heel

Dr Leanne Atkin Vascular Nurse Consultant

Rachael Durrans Specialist Physiotherapist and Lecturer

Introducing Paediatric Nurse Led Transport: Emma Thompson, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust Impact of the introduction of a 24/7 Outreach Team on Emergency calls, ICU unplanned admissions and and Staff's levels of satisfaction: Joel Filipe Cardoso Pereira, The Princess Grace Hospital Where have the critical care consultant nurses gone?: Deborah Dawson, St George's University Hospitals NHSFT, Catherine Plowright, BACCN National Board

Our simulation journey – a BHSCT perspective

Presentation covering our journey embarking on simulation with Critical Care, BHSCT

by SCREAM Team

P48 - P50
14.40-15.00 Standard Concentration Infusions: a National Strategy: Eimear McGrath, Children's Health Ireland Utilising critical care outreach to support outcomes for the emergency laparotomy patient: Matt Fallon, Swansea Bay University Health Board
Critical Care Nurses as Angels and Heroes: Nicki Credland, University of Hull
P51 - P52
15.00-15.20 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition
15.20-16.00 Keynote: Global Nursing Unity
Annette Kennedy, President Emeritus International Council of Nurses (ICN) (click for more)
16.00-16.30 Conference Round-Up including award winners & invite to Nottingham 2023
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director

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