News (September 2023)

The UK Health Alliance on Climate Change has recently launched a report on biodiversity, climate change and health.

29th Sep 2023

Health is adversely impacted by climate & ecological crises and the BACCN is represented on the UKHACC by Trish McCready. read more..

Board Changes

28th Sep 2023

Following the BACCN AGM held on 12th September we are delighted to announce Ian Naldrett as the new Chair of BACCN. We also welcome Latifat Awotedu to the board in the role of Professional Advisor. Are you interested in joining our Board? read more..

Honorary Fellowships 2023 announced

27th Sep 2023

At the BACCN Conference 2023 in Nottingham we were delighted to award Honorary Fellowships to Nicki Credland and Catherine Plowright. read more..

Your input requested to shape the future of sepsis research!

20th Sep 2023

Sepsis Research FEAT - in conjunction with the James Lind Alliance - has launched a survey to shape the future of sepsis research. The sepsis priority setting partnership (PSP) will identify and prioritise unanswered questions relating to sepsis. read more..

The End-of-Life Care For All (e-ELCA) elearning programme now features a new session on recognising palliative care needs.

14th Sep 2023

The resource describes common palliative care needs and offers guidance on how to identify these needs and provide the most appropriate care on an individual basis read more..

Take part in a survey on the topic of difficult intravenous access (DIVA).

7th Sep 2023

A critical care outreach nurse at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, is undertaking research looking at how clinical practice guidelines translate into practice for patients who experience difficult IV access (DIVA). read more..

Patient safety modules launched for acute care professionals

6th Sep 2023

Acute Care professionals in health and care can now access new modules of the Patient Safety Syllabus training elearning sessions on the elfh portal which have been tailored to support the specific needs of their profession.  read more..

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