Past Conferences

SAMBirmingham 2017 Presentations – Day 2

Tuesday 12 September

Those presentations that we have received permission to share are available by clicking on the links below

SUNRISE SESSIONS

How NOT to write an Abstract, Dr Chris Subbe & Dr Nicola Cooper

Association Young Persons Health/RCP Joint Project: Dr Lorraine Albon & Dr Louella Vaughan

How electronic tracking can improve patient care, Dr Gurkaran Samra

 

PLENARY 5: ORGANISING ACUTE MEDICAL CARE

Quality Standards in Acute Medicine, Dr Mark Holland

How many Doctors do we Need, Dr Andrew Goddard

New Ways of Managing Patient Flow, Jim Mackey

 

PARALLEL 5.1: THE BIG QUESTIONS ON THE AMU

What should I be looking out for with an unwell patient?

Surgeon Commander Dennis Freshwater

Dr Rebecca Herbert

DOACs to Use or Not to Use: That is the Question

Dr Charalampos Kartsios

 

PARALLEL 5.2: ADVANCING PRACTICE

Therapy Competencies, Georgia Harding & Tahlia Levin

Silver Trauma in AMU, Meg Farrington

Implementation of an ENA Tool, Tash Kelly

Chest Pain Assessment, Helen Gaunt

 

PLENARY 6: GUIDELINES UPDATE

NCEPOD – Acute Mental Health, Dr Sean Cross & Dr Vivek Srivastava

NCEPOD & NIV, Dr Mark Juniper

Reclassifying and Treating Acute Heart Failure, Professor Andrew Clark

 

PARALLEL 6.1: ETHICS & THE ITU

How to get into ITU, Dr Chris Bassford

The Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care & Treatment, Dr Zoe Fritz

 

PARALLEL 6.2: ALTERNATIVE MODELS OF CARE

What Should Our Workforce Be, Dr Tehmeena Khan

Models of staffing, Physician Associates, Dr Natalie King

New Models of Care, Joining the Dots, Ian Setchfield

Mind the Gap Report, Dr Kerry Jones

 

PARALLEL 6.3: RESPIRATORY UPDATE

Emergency O2 Guidelines, Dr Ronan O’Driscoll

Home Mechanical Ventilation, Dr Martin Latham

To Thrombolyse or not to Thrombolyse in PE, Professor Mark Kramer

 

PLENARY 7: WINTER APPROACHING: ACUTE MEDICINE, SAVING THE NHS AGAIN

Understaffed & Overstretched – Providing Compassionate, High Quality Care for Patients, Xiaohong Williams

Looking After the Profession – When the Wheels Come Off, Professor Dame Parveen Kumar

Acute Medicine to the Rescue & How We Further Develop, Professor Derek Bell

The State of Acute Medicine, Dr Nick Scriven

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