Past Conferences

SAMBournemouth Presentations

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Thursday 20 September

PLENARY 1: BIG ISSUES, BIG ANSWERS IN ACUTE MEDICINE  

SAM Fellowship Award, Reflections on 21 Years in Acute Medicine, Dr Tanzeem Raza OBE

SESSION 2.1: QUALITY IN ACUTE CARE

Getting It Right First Time in the AMU, Dr Nick Scriven

Growth of Hospital Medicine in the USA & Worldwide, Dr Ron Greeno

NICE Guidelines: Their Role in the AMU, Prof Dan Lasserson

SESSION 2.2: GOOD PROFESSIONAL HEALTH

Human Factors & Lessons from the Aviation Industry, Captain Chris Guy

Schwartz Ward Rounds, Kate Horsefield

Recognising Burnout & Resilience in the AMU, Andrew Kinder

SESSION 2.3: NURSES/AHPS/PHARMACISTS IN AIM – AMBULATORY CARE 

AHP Led Ambulatory Care, Julia Nixon

The Role of the Pharmacist in Ambulatory Care, Runa Patel Kumar

Ambulatory Emergency Care, Dr Sunil Lobo

SESSION 3: YEAR IN REVIEW: REFLECTIONS THEN, REFLECTIONS NOW

Is Reflection Dead? Professor Derek Bell OBE

SESSION 3.1: ACUTE ONCOLOGY

What’s New in Acute Oncology? Dr Ernie Marshall

The UKONS Tool & Triage in Acute Oncology, Philippa Jones

Immune-Mediated Toxicities: Coming Soon to an AMU Near You, Dr Tim Cooksley

SESSION 3.2: MODELS OF ACUTE CARE: WHAT DOES GOOD LOOK LIKE? A GLOBAL VIEW

The USA Model, Dr Ron Greeno

The Spanish Model, Dr Eva Baro

The Dutch Model, Prof Prabath Nanayakkara

SESSION 3.3: Oral Presentations 1

SESSION 4: THE ACUTE CONSULT: PROBLEMS IN MY PRACTICE

Does My Patient Need a Blood Transfusion? Dr Edwin Massey

Red Eye – What Does the Acute Physician Need to Know? Dr Catherine Marsh

SESSION 4.1: FRAILTY IN THE AMU

Delirium, Dr Dearbhail Lewis

Collapse in the Older Patient, Dr Lara Mitchell

Polypharmacy – What to Start & What to Stop, Dr Martin Wilson

SESSION 4.2: MODELS OF ACUTE CARE: WHAT DOES GOOD LOOK LIKE? A UK VIEW

In Scotland, Dr Duncan Scott

In Wales, Dr Chris Hodcroft

In Northern Ireland, Dr Ian Wallace

In Wolverhampton, Dr Lee Dowson

In Surrey, Dr Ben Mearns

SESSION 4.3: Oral Presentations 2

 

Friday 21 September

SESSION 5: MANAGING THE ACUTELY UNWELL PREGNANT PATIENT

Clinical Conundrums in Maternal Medicine, Dr Francesca Neuberger

SESSION 5.1: MOVING CARE FORWARD

National Dashboards: Can it Improve Patient Flow? Samantha Riley

Collecting Data on the AMU: Can we Collect it Better? The Emergency Care Minimal Dataset, Dr Tom Hughes

Quality Improvement: The RCP Perspective, Dr John Dean

SESSION 5.2: TRAINEES IN AIM

Reflections From Europe: Lessons Learned from the ESIM Winter School, Dr Mark Lander

My Experience of Working on SAM Council, Dr Tehmeena Khan

My Experiences as an RCP Education Fellow, Dr Shuaib Quraishi

SESSION 5.3: NURSES/AHPs/PHARMACISTS IN AIM, DEVELOPMENTS IN ROLES, COMPETENCIES & RESPONSIBLITIES

PAs as Part of the MDT, Sarah Vigor & Dr Natalie King

Masters Module in Acute Medicine, Dian Huyton

Supported Discharge – Physios & OTs, Stephanie Robinson

SESSION 6: FLY TIPPING ON THE AMU (NON-MEDICAL PROBLEMS ON AMU)

Fly tipping – negotiating with…ologists, Dr Darren Green

Polytrauma on AMU, Dr Mark Baxter

SESSION 6.2: RESEARCH IN ACUTE MEDICINE

NIHR Research Design Service, Prof Gordon Taylor

Working with NEWS in the Community, Dr Alison Tavare

SESSION 6.3: Wee Shorty’s: Improving Service Organisation & Design in the AMU

SESSION 7: BIG ISSUES, BIG ANSWERS IN ACUTE MEDICINE

Models of Acute Care, Professor Nigel Edwards

Medicine is Brilliant, Andrew Goddard

The Last Word, Dr Nick Scriven

 

 

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