Monday 13th September

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BACCN/Information Sessions   Research Symposium
Keynote Sessions   Concurrent Sessions
Rehab Sessions      



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

Psychological Distress in Intensive Care - Dorothy Wade, Consultant health psychologist, Critical Care, Honorary associate professor, Queen's hospital and King George hospital (BHRUT), North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT)

12:05-12:35 Nurse Led Rehabilitation in ICUAnakatrina Evangelista-Lair

Chronic Critical Illness and the Impact on Nursing Staff - Claire Minton


Developing Nurse Led Critical Care Researchers in the UK and Ireland
This will include two presentations followed by time for discussion

11:30-12:00 Dealing with Major trauma within our ICU - a simulation
Sponsored Workshop

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

12:40-13:10 Learning from 2020 - MICEKimberley Kirkbright

LINET Sponsored Workshop

  13.10-14.00 Lunch 

Humanising Critical Care - Gabriel Heras La Calle

14:35-15:05 Animal Assisted Therapy - Lyndsey Uglow
15:10-15:40 Guidelines for Taking Critically Ill Patients in to the Outdoors - Kate Tantam

Developing Nurse Led Critical Care Researchers Across the WorldThis will include two presentations followed by time for discussion


Dragon's Den 2020 Lisa McDonnell

14:00-14:30 Early rehabilitation in COVID ICU - is it really something new?    

Bedside Learning Co-OrdinatorNicole Lee (click here for more details)


Is Field Specific Nurse Education the Best Way Forward?David Waters


Stryker Sponsored Workshop

  15.40-16.10 Afternoon Refreshments

Patient Experiences - Rebecca Langley

Delirium in ICU - Louise Gallie 

Questions and Answers following patients experiences presentations

Call to Action - Catherine White, ICU Steps

16:10-16:35 Palliative and End-of-Life Care in Critical Care Settings - Maltese Nurses' and Physicians' Perspectives - Diane Faenza, University of Malta / Mater Dei Hospital Malta
16:40-17:35 Disruptive Innovation for the Unstoppable Nurse - Megan Brunson, Medical City Heart Hospital
16:10-16:35 Baptism of Fire - Introducing a Restorative Practice Role During a Pandemic - Louisa Murphy, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
16:10-16:35 Burnout Syndrome in Critical Care Nurses: A Literature Review and Service Evaluation - Joanne Peters, University Hospital of Wales
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
16:40-17:05 Moral Distress and Compassion Satisfaction During COVID-19: A Mixed-Methods Survey of Critical Care Nurses - Thomas Rozwaha, Lancaster University
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
17:10-17:35 Rehumanisation in Critical Care - Lesley White, University of Brighton


Virtual Quiz and Drinks - open to all attendees (details TBC)

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