Events

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Events Calendar

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Regional Events

Regional Events

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Twitter Chats

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Espresso Virtual Education

Espresso Virtual Education

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Past session recordings available

BACCN Webinars

BACCN Webinars

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BACCN Journal Club

BACCN Journal Club

See details on the next Journal Club Here

HC-UK Events

HC-UK Events

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SBK Healthcare Events

SBK Healthcare Events

Discounts available for BACCN Members

BACCN Conference 2021

BACCN Conference 2021

Registration is now open for #BACCNConf2021
Find out more about this year's virtual conference.

BACCN Events

BACCN host a number of events both nationally and regionally. The BACCN Annual Conference takes place each September. Information on all BACCN events can be found on the boxes above - for Annual Conference and Regional Events -  and external events can be found below.

External Events

Events relevant to our members will be advertised here upon request and approval of the BACCN National Board.  If your organisation is interested in utilising this space to advertise an upcoming event, please contact support@baccn.org  for more information.

 

Pharmaceutical Press Webinar 18th February 2021 at 16:00 (UTC)

Pharmaceutical Press are hosting a webinar on 18th February at 16:00 (UTC), to celebrate the launch of their new resource: Critical Illness. Presented by the Editors-in-Chief, Dr Barbara Philips, Dr Cathrine McKenzie and Greg Barton, MBE. For more information and to register click HERE

 

The UK Opt-Out Experience February 25th 2021

A free, keynote stand-alone event. Part of BTS and NHSBT Congress Live 2021. Hosted by Dr Dale Gardiner, the UK National Lead for Organ Donation, a panel of UK donation and transplant leaders, with live links, short video clips, interactive polls and questions, will tell and explore the UK opt-out experience. The session covers legislation, implementation and the onward legacy. Held in collaboration with the International Society for Organ Donation Procurement, it will be streamed live to a worldwide audience. Join us.  See the flyer HERE

 

HEE e-learning Resources

Health Education England have a number of programmes and resources available on their e-Learning for Healthcare hub HERE including:

Intensive Care Medicine e-learning programme

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare has worked with the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine to develop 6 sessions for the Intensive Care Medicine e-learning programme.

The sessions take approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete and comprise the following topics:

  • Care of the Collapsed Pregnant Patient
  • General Aspects of Obstetric Critical Care
  • Decision-making Surrounding Escalation of Treatment
  • Introduction to Intensive Care Medicine
  • Long-term Outcomes of Critical Illness.

There is also a specific COVID-19 session on decision-making surrounding escalation of critical care which is available in the Coronavirus e-learning programme.

The e-Learning for Intensive Care Medicine (e-ICM) programme provides 9 modules of resources (e-learning sessions, links to open access review articles, guidelines and multiple-choice questions) covering the syllabus for training in intensive care medicine.

While the resources will be particularly useful for trainees undertaking training in intensive care medicine, they will also be of interest to anyone caring for critically ill patients.

To access the sessions, please click HERE.

 


Mouth Care Matters e-learning resources

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) has worked in partnership with Health Education England and the Mouth Care Matters team to add Mouth Care Matters, a range of free resources and tools to support health and care teams with knowledge and skills to improve patient oral health, to the e-Learning for Healthcare Hub. 

Two further resources are also available as part of the Mouth Care Matters programme:

  • Mini Mouth Care Matters - which aims to empower medical and allied medical healthcare professionals to take ownership of the oral health care of any paediatric in-patient with a hospital stay of more than 24 hours
  • Mouth Care Matters for Neuro-disability - oral health resources to support staff and families caring for people with a neuro-disability.

For more information click HERE

 

The 40th RCSI Annual International Nursing & Midwifery Research and Education Conference

Free live streamed events from Tuesday 23 Feburary to Wednesday 3 March 2021

The Call for abstracts is open and this year again the IACCN will be hosting a Critical Care strand following invitation from the RCSI Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery.  For more information please see our FLYER

 

ACPRC  Virtual Conference  Friday 23 & Saturday 24 April 2021

For more information see HERE

 

Electronic and Biomedical Engineering Conference & Exhibition (The EBME Expo) 2021

EBME Expo, 30th June – 1st July 2021, Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes

The EBME (electronic and biomedical engineering) conference and exhibition started in 2009 as a way of improving healthcare through the sharing and application of knowledge from experienced professionals involved in the management of healthcare technology.

Following on from the huge success of last year’s EBME Expo, the 2021 edition will again feature a sold out exhibition hall running alongside a CPD Accredited conference, which will play host to leading speakers from the sector. The EBME Expo also provides a range of workshop opportunities for vendor led sessions and hands-on training throughout the event.

Our exhibition will continue to be organised in line with the global ‘All Secure Standard’ for the safe opening of exhibitions.

The EBME Expo is completely free to attend, so whether you would like to attend the exhibition, conference, workshops or all three, you can register HERE now.


Guy’s & St Thomas Critical Care Nursing Symposium (More Tales from the Riverbank) POSTPONED

Guy’s & St Thomas’ is one of the largest NHS Trusts in the UK, with over 14,000 staff; an annual turnover of more than £1.2 billion; and 1.6 million patient contacts a year. Our hospitals have a long and proud history, dating back almost 900 years and have been at the forefront of medical progress and innovation since they were founded. We continue to build on these traditions and have a reputation for clinical, teaching & research excellence. The Critical Care Department is one of the largest in the UK, consisting of more than 90 beds. Our patients are admitted from a range of specialties, including medicine & surgery, cardiac, haematology, vascular, thoracics, renal, and ENT. As a tertiary referral centre, it is nationally and internationally renowned for its services, with advanced therapies including renal replacement therapy, plasma exchange, advanced respiratory and ventilatory support such as ECMO.  The Critical Care Nursing Symposium (More Tales from the Riverbank) is postponed.  We will update with the new date as soon as possible.

Full details HERE