Full Programme - Monday 13th September

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09:00-09:25

Introduction to the Programme - Karin Gerber, Conference Director

Welcome from BACCN Chair - Nicki Credland

09:30-10:15 Keynote: Professor Calvin Moorley (click for more details)
10:20-11:05 Keynote: Peter Nydahl (click for more details)
11:05-11:30 Morning Refreshments
11:30-12:00

Simulation

 

 

North Bristol NHS Trust

Sponsored Workshop

Developing Nurse Led Critical Care Researchers in the UK and Ireland

This will include two presentations followed by time for discussion

Nurse Led Rehabilitation

Kat Evangelist

12:05-12:35

Ethnic Minority Award 2020: Ethnic Hair and Skin Care
Le'Asha Gabriel-Richards, Manchester Royal Infirmary:

Delerium/PTSD - COVID Perspective

Dorothy Wade

 

12:40-13:10

Learning from 2020 - MICE

Kimberley Kirkbright

LINET

Sponsored Workshop
**This session runs until 13:20**

Staff Resilience 

Claire Minton

13.10-14.00 Lunch 
14:00-14:30

Dragon's Den 2020

Lisa McDonnell

Hillrom 

Sponsored Workshop

Developing Nurse Led Critical Care Researchers Across the World

This will include two presentations followed by time for discussion

Humanising Critical Care
14:35-15:05

Bedside Learning Co-Ordinator

Nicole Lee

Is Field Specific Nurse Education the Best Way Forward?

David Waters

Animal Assisted Therapy
15:10-15:40

Stryker

Sponsored Workshop

Family Contribution
15.40-16.10 Afternoon Refreshments
16:10-16:35 Baptism of Fire - Introducing a Restorative Practice Role During a Pandemic
Louisa Murphy, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Burnout Syndrome in Critical Care Nurses: A Literature Review and Service Evaluation
Joanne Peters, University Hospital of Wales
Palliative and End-of-Life Care in Critical Care Settings - Maltese Nurses' and Physicians' Perspectives
Diane Faenza, University of Malta / Mater Dei Hospital Malta

Patient Experiences 

followed by

ICU Steps

Peter Gibb

16:40-17:05 Improving Patient Safety During The COVID-19 Pandemic By Upskilling Critical Care Nurse Emergency Care
Niamh Sully, University Hospital of Wales
Moral Distress and Compassion Satisfaction During COVID-19: A Mixed-Methods Survey of Critical Care Nurses
Thomas Rozwaha, Lancaster University
Disruptive Innovation for the Unstoppable Nurse
Megan Brunson, Medical City Heart Hospital
17:10-17:35 Leadership in Critical Care Nursing: Identifying and Overcoming Clinical Leadership Challenges of Junior Critical Care Nursing Shift-Leaders
Alexandre Marques, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
Rehumanisation in Critical Care
Lesley White, University of Brighton
19:30-21:00 Virtual Quiz and Drinks - open to all attendees (details TBC)

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