Past Conferences

SAMBrighton Presentations Day 2

Friday 3 October 2014

EARLY MORNING SESSIONS:

SESSION 1

The Role of Physician Associates in the AMU

Introducing PAs into an Acute Trust

SESSION 2

Ambulatory Emergency Care Jack Hawkins

Ambulatory Emergency Care Dr Radha Selvaratnam

Ambulatory Emergency Care

SESSION 3

Can Simulation help to bridge a potential perceived gap in clinical experience Sharing Good Practice

PLENARY 5: PERSONALISING MEDICINE

Personalised Medicine Promise to Practice Professor Tariq Sethi

All Acute Heart Failure is not created equal Personalising Treatment for your Patients Dr Phillip Levy

Words Within The Microbiome in Gastrointestinal Disease Dr Ailsa Hart

Sespis-omics How Genomics helps us Understand Severe Sepsis and Improve Care Professor Julian Knight

PARALLEL 5.1: CASES THAT CHANGED MY PRACTICE

Martin Mockel

Niels Rathlev

John Quin

Clifford Mann

PARALLEL 5.2: WARD ROUNDS

So What is a Ward Round Dr Gordon Caldwell

Training Students and Doctors for Ward Rounds Dr Natalie Powell

Developing Leadership on Ward Rounds Mr Tony Miles

Safer Care Beyond the Ward Round Dr Robert Galloway

PARALLEL 5.3: ORAL POSTERS SESSION 2

High Turnover of Nursing Staff on our AMU Kisma Anderson & Catherine Bartlett

Towards an Evidence Base for Staffing of AMUs Dr Jodie Sabin

The Acute Hospital at Home Project Dr Peter Szedlak

The Impact of Bed Occupancy on Patient Flow Dr David Dolan

PLENARY 6: INTERFACES OF CARE AT THE FRONT DOOR

Acute Physicians Leading from the Front Dr David Staples

The Interface between Acute and Emergency Medicine Dr Clifford Mann

Elderly Care Liaison at the Front Door  Dr Eileen Burns

PARALLEL 6.1: THE INTERFACE WITH RADIOLOGY / IMAGING

What has Abdominal MRI ever done for you Dr Niall Moore

The Role of Transcranial Doppler in Acute Medicine Dr Angela Cotton

Cardiac MRI Is there a Role in Acute Medicine Dr Saul Myerson

PARALLEL 6.2: THE ELECTRONIC INTERFACE

The Changing Face of Medicine Where Electronic Interventions Might Help   Professor Martyn Partridge

How Good are Medical Apps for Patient Care  Dr Kit Huckvale

Solving Sepsis with iPads   Dr Gary Davies

PARALLEL 6.3: NURSING ON THE AMU – RESEARCH IN PRACTICE

The Contribution of Research to Nursing  Professor Ann-Louise Caress

An examination of the role and activities of nurses caring for patients…  Dr Melissa Corbally

Discharging planning in Short Stay, Evidence and Tools (ROAD Project)  Liz Lees

PLENARY 7 – PROBLEM AND SOLUTION

Concerns and Complaints Dr Charles Turton & Susan Lowson

Inspections and Regulation as a Driver for Quality Improvement The New CQC Approach Professor Sir Mike Richards

 

Share this article: