Past Conferences

SAMBrighton Presentations Day 1

Thursday 2 October 2014

PLENARY 1  THE FUTURE OF ACUTE MEDICINE

The Future Vision for Acute Medicine  Professor Jane Dacre

Alive and Clicking: How Patients are Changing Healthcare  Dr Paul Hodgkin

Reflections on Acute Medicine Revolution or Evolution  Dr Bernard Silke

PLENARY 2  PERFECT PATIENT FLOW: THE HOLY GRAIL

Patient Flow: What it is What it is not  Dr Niels Rathlev

Negotiating the Rapids: Turbulent Flow in Hospital Systems  Professor Derek Bell

Administering the Enema: Unblocking Patient Flow  Dr Nigel Edwards

PARALLEL 2.1  ENCOURAGING PATIENT PARTICIPATION IN CLINICAL DECISION MAKING ON THE AMU

Using Patient Knowledge and Experience to Support Service Development  Suzie Hughes

Making Effective Use of Feedback  Catherine Thompson

PARALLEL 2.2  TRAINEE SYMPOSIUM

Getting to Grips with the Portfolio  Dr Amanda Barclay

Selecting your Special Skills  Dr Beth Williams

Preparing for your PYA  Dr Nigel Lane

Getting Ready to be a Consultant  Dr Sue Crossland

PARALLEL 2.3  PAYING ATTENTION TO THE DETAIL

Strategies to Prevent Indwelling Catheter Associated Blood Stream Infections  Dr Catherine Sargent

Poison Pens? Tips on Attention to Detail in Prescribing  Dr Martin Wilson

Multi-disciplinary Risk Assessment A Revised Approach to Pressure Ulcer Prevention  Dr Elizabeth McGinnis

PARALLEL 2.4  ORAL POSTERS

Suspected DVT Clinical and Economic Evaluation  Dr Kirsten Morris

DVLA Medical Standards of Fitness to Drive  Dr Tristan Townsend

Consultant-led Telephone Triage Service  Dr Udaya Reddy

PLENARY 3  IV FLUID MANAGEMENT

Salt, Albumin and Water The Physiology of Fluid Management  Dr Richard Leach

IV Fluids – do you know what you are doing  Dr Mike Stroud

Fluid Management in Youn Adults with DKA  Dr Andrew Nyman

PARALLEL 3.1  RECENT REPORTS – IMPLICATIONS FOR ACUTE MEDICINE

An Overview of the Future Hospital and the Current Policy Landscape  Dr Anita Donley

The Future Hospital, Implications for Acute Medicine  Dr Mark Temple

NHS England Urgent and Emergency Care Review An update  Dr Keith Willett

PARALLEL 3.2  NEW THERAPEUTIC ADVANCES

Afterload or Blood Pressure? It Matters for Hypertensive Heart Failure  Dr Phillip Levy

Infections Allergy and Malignancy Understanding the Risks of Biological Immunotherapies  Dr Chris Edwards

Newer Strategies for the Management of ACS  Professor Martin Mockel

New Ways to Add Salt  Professor Donal O’Donaghue

PARALLEL 3.3  OPTIMISING BUILDINGS

An evaluation of 100% single room design: staff and patient experiences and outcomes  Professor Jill Maben

Beyond the Healing Environment An Architects View on Better Hospital Design  Francesco Messori

Why Bigger is Not Always Better  Dr Niels Rathlev

PARALLEL 3.4  NURSING ON THE AMU

Putting your Head above the Parapet… New Leadership in Acute Medicine  Helen Pickard

Setting Up Ambulatory Care  Anthony Pender

Inspired to Lead: Keys to Leadership on the AMU  Dr Liz Myers

PLENARY 4  CHALLENGING CONVENTIAL THINKING

Man versus Machine Ensuring the Future of Clinical Skills  Dr Andrew Elder

Time to Take our eyes off the Targets  Dr Alastair Ross

Do you know your patient population  Dr Julia Searle

PARALLEL 4.1  WHY SPECIALITY REFERRAL IS IMPORTANT

Liaison Psychiatry  Dr Jackie Gordon

Renal Transplant  Dr Chas Newstead

Palliative Care  Dr Louise Mason

PARALLEL 4.2  RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

Getting in Early: Teaching Research in the Acute Setting  Dr Julia Searle

Mining the Data  Dr Bernard Silke

SAMBA 14 The Team at Work  Dr Chris Subbe & Dr Ivan Le Jeune

PARALLEL 4.3  SOCIAL MEDIA SYMPOSIUM

Why I Use Twitter: Reflections of a Physician  Dr Elin Roddy

PARALLEL 4.4  NUTRITION AND EXERCISE IN THE ACUTE SETTINGS

Nutrition and Exercise in Acute Medicine Why is it So Important  Dr Richard Leach

Not What I want and Not When I Want It: The Challenge of Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Hospitalised Patients  Dr Elizabeth Weekes

Maintenance of Function when Acutely Unwell  Craig Edlin

In Hospital or at Home: What makes a healthy diet healthy  Dr Martin Wiseman

MASTERCLASSES

ACUTE CARE ULTRASOUND COURSE

Acute Care Ultrasound

Acute Care Ultrasound Intro

Acute Care Ultrasound Echo

Acute Care Ultrasound Lungs

Acute Care Ultrasound Vasc

Meeting Room 5:

Interpretation of Cranial CT & MRI Masterclass

Meeting Room 6:

Interpretation of Basic Tests for Non-Medics

 

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