Welcome to the Northern Region's information pages. 

If you would like to get involved in this region, we would love to hear from you! 

Best wishes


Liz Ellis

Chair, Northern Region

BACCN Membership Survey Results

The annual BACCN Membership Survey was circulated to members on the 30th January 2019 and closed on the 28th February 2019. The BACCN board would like to thank members who were able to contribute to the survey and provide valuable feedback to the association.  Your input is appreciated.

To view the results of the survey please see the full report HERE

Critical Care and Beyond

The Yorks & Lincs region held their event on the 13th November 2019, presentations for this event are below.

Are Early Warning Scoring Systems effective in identifying Deterioration Early

Pathophysiology of Sepsis

Update on ICS Transfer Guidelines 

Post Traumatic Stress

Building Resilience & Preventing Burnout

Critical Care Rehabilitation

Critical Care Made Easy

The Yorks & Lincs region held their event on the 11th April 2019, presentations for this event are below.


Optimising Sedation


Nutrition Update

The Role of the Critical Care Pharmacist

Current Recommendations for practice in RRT

Non Invasive Ventilation

PICU Overview

Sepsis Update

Where Obstetrics Meets Critical Care

The Yorks and Lincs region held thier event on the 24th April 2018, presentations for this event are below.

Acute Kidney Injury - Focus on Obstetrics

Airway Sheffiled

Diabetes and Pregnancy

Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

In an emergency should you save the life of the Mother or the Baby

Manageing Diabetes as an acute and long term condition

Obstetric EWS, Alert and Champions

Placental Abruption

Post Partum Hemorrhage

Accountability of a Registered Nurse


Sepsis - Recognition and Management

Without Mum

Link Members Needed!

BACCN Link Nurses play a crucial role in developing the Yoks & Lincs region and the Committee.

Key Roles:

  • Establish a communication point for BACCN in your local critical care area
  • Hold and distribute BACCN membership application forms and information as required
  • Receive and distribute information on BACCN activities including regional and national study events
  • Identify the needs of local members and communicate this to the committee

The role remains fluid as the needs of the region change. Your regional committee will provide you with regular communication and updates, helping you ro contributie to the establishment of an effective communication system across the region.

If you are interested in becoming a Link Member for your hospital/unit or would just like to receive further information on the role please email us at