Click on the links below to view the posters displayed at SAMontheTYNE:
Audit & Quality Improvement Posters
AQI 01: A Closed Loop Audit on Transforming Clinical Guidelines at Dudley Group NHS FT
AQI 03: Assessing and Improving the Quality of Fluid Balance Charts in Medical Wards at a Tertiary Care Hospital in London
AQI 11: Identifying and Improving Delays in Processing ‘To Take Out’ (TTO) Medications
AQI 17: Intravenous Iron Infusions on AMU – Are They Being Used Appropriately?
AQI 19: Management of Homeless Patients in Hospital
AQI 22: Patient flow through the AMU: A Quality Improvement Journey
AQI 23: Point of Care Ultrasound in Acute Kidney Injury: Rapidly and Reliably Images at the Point of Admission
AQI 24: Reducing Malignant Ascites Admissions to Ambulatory Care Using Indwelling Peritoneal Catheters
AQI 25: Risk Stratification in Neutropenic Sepsis using the MASCC Score: Can Patients be Discharged Earlier?
Case Report Posters
CR 01: A Case of Paraneoplastic Brainstem Encephalitis Associated with Non-Cutaneous Merkel Cell Carcinoma
CR 03: CRPS Presenting on the AMU: An Under-recognised Cause of Limb Swelling
CR 04: Gitelman Syndrome with Resistant Symptomatic Hypokalaemia Persisting Post Miscarriage
CR 05: I Smell a Rat
CR 06: Interpretation of INR with Rivaroxaban in the Context of Acute Liver Failure Due to Hepatitis A
CR 08: Pseudoangioedema – An Important Presentation to Recognise
CR 09: Pseudohamoptysis – An Uncommon Presentation of a Common Symptom
CR 11: Surviving the Un-survivable
E 01: SAM: A Thematic Analysis
E 02: A Chronological Review of Simulation Training for Medical Trainees Across the Norther Deanery
E 04: Acute Simulation for Foundation Doctors: Is it Worth the Effort?
E 07: Communicating Confidence: Peer Led Small Group Teaching to Improve Confidence in Approaching the MRCP PACES Communication and History Taking Skills Stations
E 08: Improving Education Via the Acute Medicine (AIM) Team; A Pan Medical and Multidisciplinary Approach
E 11: Delirious Tea Trolley Teaching!
E 12: Registrar Readiness – What Does our Medical Admissions Unit Have to Offer?
R 02: Early Warning Scores: A comparison of the National Early Warning Score and a Mono-Parametric Early Warning Score in a UK Hospital
R 03: Feasibility Study of Ambulatory Care for Adult Patients (AMBUCAP) Admitted to the Medical Wards of a Tertiary Referral Hospital in Botswana
R 07: Streamlining Inter-Hospital Communicate by Reducing Avoidable Switchboard Delays
R 08: The Diagnostic Accuracy of Sepsis Scores, and Clinical Bedside Judgement (CBJ) in Sepsis in the ED Using an Expert Panel Reference
R 11: Validation Study of Age-Adjusted D-Dimer Cutoff Levels to Exclude Venous Thromboembolic Disease
Service Organisation & Design Posters
SOD 03: Audit to Assess the Use of the Royal London Hospital (RLH) Ambulatory Care (AC) Service in Providing Admission Avoidance and Supportive Discharge to Patients
SOD 05: Development of an Ambulatory Care Pathway for Hyperglycaemia
SOD 06: Empowering the AMU to Transform End of Life Care
SOD 09: Improving the Care of In-patients with Acute Kidney Injury in an Acute Hospital
SOD 11: Paramedic Direct Referrals to Senior Clinician: Is this the Way Forward? A Pilot Project in Acute Medicine and Ambulatory Care at the John Radcliffe Hospital
SOD 12: Reducing Delays in the Discharge Process on an AMU
SOD 13: Surgical and Medical Acute Recovery Team (SMART) – A Collaborative Approach with the Community Enabling Patients to Receive Hospital Treatments in the Community
SOD 14: The Cold Truth about ‘Winter Pressure’ in a District General Hospital. A Retrospective Analysis of Mortality by Month of Admission to an AMU
SOD 17: The Specialist Physiotherapist in Ambulatory Emergency Care: Developing a Frailty Pathway in the Ambulatory Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
SOD 18: The Weekend is a Weak-End for a District General Hospital. A Retrospective Analysis of Mortality by Day of Admission to an AMU
SOD 20: When WILL the Doctor See You?
SOD 21: Winter Pressures: A Novel Approach to a Well-Known Problem
SOD 22: The CPSP (College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan) Scholarship Program and The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust – A Symbiotic Relationship