Programme

Friday 21st September

Session 4

Chairs: James Fraser, Bristol & Ajay Desai, London

08.30

The national Paediatric Critical Care Review—what you need to know

Dr Peter Wilson, Chair NHS Englands Women's and Children's Program of Care Board Janette Harper,  Head of Paediatric Critical Care and Specialised Surgery in Children Review, Specialised Commissioning, NHS England
09.00

Oral Free Papers

09.50 Break: Refreshment, Exhibition and e-Posters
10.20
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12.00

Five Parallel Streams

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Paediatric Organ Donation

Workshop Leads: Margrid Schindler, Bristol & Sarah Box, Bristol

10.20

Donor optimisation

Margrid Schindler, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol
10.30

Optimising organ donation rates and National Paediatric and Neonatal donation strategy

Angie Scales, Lead Nurse, Paediatric and Neonatal Donation and Transplant, NHSBT
10.55

Maximising paediatric organ utilisation

Mr Chris Callaghan, Transplant Surgeon, Evelina Hospital, London
11.15

Future ethical donation dilemma’s

Dr Joe Brierley, Intensivist, Great Ormond Street Hospital
11.35

Paediatric Donation: A parent’s perspective

Layzell Family
11.50

National Diagnosis of Death using Neurological Criteria Forms

Sarah Box, SNOD, Bristol Children’s Hospital
12.00

Optional Lunch time practical session on Paediatric and Neonatal brain stem testing

Dr James Fraser, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol and Dr Margrid Schindler, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol

Medicine of the Future 2

Workshop Leads: Mireia Garcia Cusco, Bristol & Frederic Valla, Lyon

10.20

National Major Incident networks - planning for an uncertain future

Stephen Playfor, Paediatric Intensivist, Manchester
10.45

Role of Nursinesen in SMA

Arnie Majumdar, Paediatric Neurologist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol
11.10

Renal Replacement Therapy in the Very Small infant

Heather Lambert, Paediatic Nephrologist, Newcastle
11.35

Can we fix it, yes we can - but should we?

Demetris Taliotis, Paediatric Interventional Cardiologist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol

Airway Update

Workshop Leads: James Fraser, Bristol & Michael Gritsakis, Southampton

10.20

4D imaging in the complex airway

Jonathan Green, Lead Paediatric CT Radiographer, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol
10.40

Assessment and surgical interventions in the patient with complex airways disease

Nagarajan Muthialu, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London
11.00

Assessment and non-surgical interventions in the patient with complex airways disease

Dr Andrew Durward, Consultant Paediatric Intensive Care, Doha, Qatar
11.20

Managing the complex airway in the regional centre

Mike Saunders, Consultant Paediatric ENT Surgeon, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Bristol
11.45

Round table discussion - complex case

Navigating a Career in PICU

Workshop Leads: Dora Wood, Bristol & Beverley Cejer, Bristol

10.20

Career longevity: how to survive PICU

Dr Paul Baines, retired Consultant in Paediatric Intensive Care ICU and Paediatric anaesthesia, Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool
10.45

Training PICU medics - inside and outside the Grid

Dr Mehrengise Cooper, Consultant Paediatric Intensive Care, Imperial College, London and Chair of Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine Intercollegiate Specialty Advisory Committee
11.10

Nursing careers in and around PICU

Yvonne Heward, Lead Nurse of Education and Workforce Development, Birmingham Children’s Hospital
11.35

Academic opportunities in PICU

Barney Scholefield, PICU Consultant, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, NIHR Clinical Scientist

Multi-Professional Working 2

Workshop Leads: Lyvonne Tume, Bristol & Tracey Phillips, Bristol

10.20

Metamorphosis of the PICU physiotherapy role

Christina Linton, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist PICU, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children , Bristol
10.40

Closed circuit suction is the way forward for PICUs

Mike Mander, Senior PICU physiotherapist at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool
11.00

How to implement weaning strategies into practice

Bronagh Blackwood, Professor of Critical Care, Queen’s University Belfast
11.20

Do parent diaries really help?

Fiona Lynch, Nurse Consultant PICU from Evelina Children’s Hospital, London
11.35

How can bedside nurses best support distressed families on PIC?

Maria Claire, Clinical Psychologist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children , Bristol
11.50

Moderated discussion and questions

12.00 Lunch (With Meet the Morning’s Experts)
13.00

Lessons from Implementing Hands-Free Communication in PICU: Benefits, Challenges, Surprises, and Future Developments

Chair: Peter-Marc Fortune, Manchester Speaker: Adrian Plunkett,Paediatric Intensive Care Consultant, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital NHS Trust

Symposium hosted by Vocera

Learn how Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital evaluated, funded and deployed the hands-free Vocera communication system to improve patient experience in PICU. Consultant Adrian Plunkett will discuss his approach to care team training and how adoption of the technology has helped save valuable time for clinicians and improved the speed of care team communication. Published success of hands-free communication in the PICU has inspired future plans for the Vocera system. An integration with patient monitors is expected to decrease alarm fatigue and reduce PICU ambient noise to industry advised standards. Don’t miss this session to find out more. 

Planning your Workforce

Chairs: Tracey Philips, Bristol & Hiren Mehta

13.30

Oral Posters

14.00

Can we move away form 1:1 nursing in the UK

Yvonne Heward, Lead Nurse of Education and Workforce Development, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham
14.20

Evaluation of Physicians Assistant in PICU

Jonathon Round, PICU Consultant, St George's Hospital, London
14.40

Personality Testing in Nurse Recruitment

Loraine Burgess, Senior Research Nurse and ex adult ICU Nurse, Liverpool

Looking after your Workforce

Adrian Humphry, Bristol and Lyvonne Tume, Bristol

13.30

Oral Posters

14.00

Should all PICU staff receive mandatory counselling?

Gillian Colville, PICU Psychologist, St George's Hospital, London
14.20

Sleep and Fatigue

Michael Farquhar, Consultant in Sleep Medicine, Evelina Children’s Hospital, London
14.40

Moral Distress & PTSD in workforce

Michael Griksaitis, PICU Consultant, Southampton Children’s Hospital, Southampton

15.00 Break: Refreshment, Exhibition and e-Posters
15.30

Oral Free Papers

Session 5

Chairs: James Fraser, Bristol, Adrian Humphry, Bristol & Akash Deep, London

16.10

Dealing with Trauma

Neil Greenberg, Professor of Defence Mental Health, King’s College, London
16.40

Critical Care research into the 21st century: priorities and challenges

Mark Peters, Professor of Paediatric Intensive Care, Institute of Child Health, University College, London
17.10

Prizes and Close

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