Central South

Welcome

Welcome to the Central South Region's information pages. You will find details of the latest BACCN news in the region together with information on upcoming events, and contact details for Central South's Committee Members.

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

Best wishes

Mark

Mark Wilson

Chair, Central South Regional Committee

mwilsonr@yahoo.co.uk

 

BACCN Central South – Major Incident Simulation Study Day

Here’s a short summary of the twitter activity on the day: https://wke.lt/w/s/nz-6eW

Hope to see you again at our next event. Why not join the BACCN and become part of the largest group dedicated to the art and science of Critical Care Nursing https://www.baccn.org/

This is what some of our delegates said of their experience on our study day:

  • Great Day
  • Awesome, brilliant de-brief for major haemorrhage
  • Fantastic day
  • I felt I needed more of a detailed debrief after triage session as I didn’t understand the paperwork
  • I loved that the simulations were linked to the triage event
  • I would like more strategic planning and overview of what actually happens in the background of a major incident
  • I’d really like Kevin’s details to learn more about planning advice
  • Excellent day, thoroughly enjoyed it
  • Enjoyed the inter-professional opportunity and the perspectives gained
  • Scenarios well-presented and managed
  • Great planning interesting to see and take other roles
  • More simulation please!
  • Food was amazing
  • Pre-conference materials to understand the triage process would be useful

Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director

 

The Central South AGM 2019

The Central South region's Annual General Meeting took place on the 30th January 2019. The chairman's report and minutes from the meeting can be viewed below.

Chairman's Report

Minutes from AGM

Twitter Engagement

Please find a summary of our / your Twitter engagement with regards to the recent "Swimming against the stream: being well and wellbeing within the critical care team HERE. Please feel free to use as part of your CPD / revalidation reflection.

 

The BACCN Central South Committee 

 

#BACCNWellbeing - Wakelet

Your online comments

wakelet.com

 

Central south Study Day 31st October 2018

Please see below presentation from the recent study day.

Factors Influencing Nurses intentions to leave adults Critical Care areas- A Mixed method theory.

Psychological Debriefing and positive Story telling

Link Members Needed!

BACCN Link Nurses play a crucial role in developing the Central South 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 support@baccn.org