Past Conferences

SAMontheMOOR Presentations

To view the presentations from the SAMontheMOOR conference, click on the links below (more to follow):

THURSDAY 10 OCTOBER 2019

PLENARY 1: ACUTE MEDICINE, ALWAYS FIRST

The Future & Acute Medicine, Professor Donal O’Donoghue

Helping Physicians Practise Well, Professor Sir Terence Stephenson

SAM Fellowship Award: There is no “I” in Team, Dr Phil Dyer

 

SESSION 2.0: DIAGNOSIS & INITIAL MANAGEMENT OF STROKE

Stroke Mimics, Dr Sameer Limaye

The AHP & Stroke Management, Pam Bagot

 

SESSION 2.2: TRAUMA FOR THE ACUTE PHYSICIAN

Major Trauma: The Ones Who Slip Through the Net, Dr Alexandra Danecki

 

SESSION 2.3: THE ROLE OF SIMULATION IN ACUTE MEDICINE

Use of Augmented Reality, Dr James Storey

State of the Art in Simulation, Chris Gay

How to Organise & Fund your Sim Service, Angela Hope

 

SESSION 3.0: MATERNAL MEDICINE: MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS IN PREGNANCY

Lessons Learned from MBRRACE Report on Maternal Mortality, Professor Marian Knight

Why We Need More Obstetric Physicians, Professor Cathy Nelson-Piercy

Improving the Care of Pregnant Women, Dr Anita Banerjee

 

SESSION 3.1: HIGHER LEVEL CARE IN THE AMU

Using Less O2, Dr Reed Siemieniuk

 

SESSION 3.2: MODELS OF CARE

Changing How Hospitals Work, Dr Cliff Mann

 

SESSION 3.3; ORAL PRESENTATIONS 1

Oral Presentations 1

 

SESSION 4.0: THE ACUTE CONSULT: PROBLEMS IN MY PRACTICE

Headaches: An Acute Physician Take, Dr Simon Irving

PE – Thrombolysis or Not? Dr Sarah Rose

Liaison Psychiatry: The Interface Between Medicine & Psychiatry Dr Immo Weichert

 

SESSION 4.1: AMBULATORY CARE

Quality Standards in Ambulatory Care, Dr Sue Crossland

Should We Treat or Just Monitor Subsegmental Pulmonary Embolism in the Ambulatory Care Patient? Professor Dan Lasserson

 

SESSION 4.3: WEE SHORTY’S: IMPROVING SERVICE ORGANISATION & DESIGN IN THE AMU

Wee Shorty’s

 

SESSION 5.0: WHEN ORGANS FAIL

Acute Liver Failure: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments, Tests & More, Dr Paul Southern

Lung Failure: Common Causes & Management, Dr Reed Siemieniuk

AMU Management of AKI: Top 10 Tips, Dr Andrew Lewington

 

SESSION 5.1: WORKFORCE & LEADERSHIP

PA Lessons from the USA, Deborah Galindez

Culture Transformation, John Bacon

 

SESSION 5.2: RESEARCH IN ACUTE MEDICINE

NICE Suspected Neurological Conditions Guidelines, Carole Gavin

NCEPOD Explores the Process of Care for Patients With Pulmonary Embolism, Dr Simon McPherson

Change in Renal Function Associated with Drug Treatment in Heart Failure: National Guidance, Dr Laurie Tomlinson

Population Systems for Acute Care: The PIONEER Digital Innovation Hub & Opportunities for Acute Medicine Research, Dr Liz Sapey

 

SESSION 5.3: ORAL PRESENTATIONS 2

Oral Presentations 2

 

SESSION 6.0: ADOLESCENT MEDICINE: WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ON THE AMU

Complexities in Acute Care Transition, Dr Lorraine Albon

Transitions in Diabetes, Dr Sam Pearson

Transitions in Asthma, Dr Ian Clifton & Dr Emma Guy

Eating Disorders, Dr William Rhys Jones

 

SESSION 6.1: INFECTIOUS DISEASES: WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ON THE AMU

New Treatments for TB, Dr Ian Cropley

GUM Presentations on the Medical Ward, Dr Joanna Glascodine

 

SESSION 6.2: SAMBA: MEASURING QUALITY & COMPLEXITY IN ACUTE MEDICINE

SAMBA19 Main Results, Dr Dan Lasserson

Maternal Medicine & Mental Health, Cat Atkin

Hospital at Home & The Frail Patient, Tom Knight

 

SESSION 6.3: TRAINEES IN AIM

Returning to Work After Illness, Dr Damian Dooey

Using Yoga to De-stress the AMU Workforce, Dr Jonny Coppel & Dr Claudia Sadler

 

SESSION 7: ACUTE MEDICINE, ALWAYS FIRST

IT Advances – The Role in our Future, Owen Williams

The Multi Professional Way Ahead Approach, Professor Mark Radford

High Quality Care For All, Now & For Future Generations, Professor Stephen Powis

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