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SAMDublin Presentations

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PRESENTATIONS – THURSDAY 3 MAY

PLENARY 1

Future Organisation of Acute Medical Care in UK and Ireland, Professor Sir Richard Thompson

Future Organisation of Acute Medical Care in UK and Ireland, Professor John Crowe

Acute Medicine: The Current Perspective, Professor Garry Courtney

Acute Medicine: The Current Perspective, Dr Chris Roseveare

 

PLENARY 2

In-Patient Feeding Challenges, Dr Conal Cunningham

Escalation versus non-Escalation of Therapy, Dr Sean O’Keefe

Polypharmacy in the Elderly, Dr Paul Gallagher

Advance Directives – What do they Really Mean? Professor Willie Molloy

 

PARALLEL SESSION 1

Setting up and Running your AMU: Models of Medical Care on the AMU:

Dr Alistair Douglas

Dr Mark Temple

Dr Rachel Kidney

Dr Jennifer Carroll

 

PLENARY 3

Upper GI Bleeding: Recent Advances, Professor Hugh Mulcahy

Diarrhoea on the AMU, Dr Chris Roseveare

 

PARALLEL SESSION 2

Nursing Models on the AMU, Liz Lees & Helen Pickard

Pharmacy, James Allen & Kandarp Thakkar

Therapy, Rachel Wicks & Nikki Mearns

 

PLENARY 4

Professor Joe Harbison

Acute Stroke Management, Dr Killian O’Rourke

Stroke Prevention Strategies following TIA, Professor David Williams

 

PARALLEL SESSION 3

The AMU as a Learning Environment: The Irish Perspective, Professor Garry Courtney

 

PRESENTATIONS – FRIDAY 4 MAY

Sunrise Session: A Simple Guide to Audit for Nurses, Liz Lees

Sunrise Session: Quality Indicators and 7 Day Working – An Update, Dr Phillip Dyer & Dr Chris Roseveare

 

PLENARY 5

Nurse Led Telephone Follow-Up – A Pilot: Can we Reduce Readmissions to the AMU? Liz Lees

 

PARALLEL SESSION 4 – ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Physiological and Social Predictors of Acute Medical Admissions, Dr Glenys Bradbury

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