14 September 2015, 08:30-12:00, Austin Court, Birmingham. B1 2NP
Attendees can attend 3 out of the 4 Workshops. When registering attendees should list in order of their preferences which Workshops they wish to attend.
The organisers will allocate on a first come first served basis.
1. Approach to a difficult airway in PICU.
Lead: Dr Steve Cray (Consultant Anaesthetist/PICU).
Faculty: Dr Jimmy Montgomery (Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist), Dr Dannie Seddon (Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist)
Attendees will gain:1. Structured approach to the difficult airway patient.
2. APA difficult airway guidelines and their practical application in PICU.
3. Can’t intubate, Can’t ventilate scenarios.
4. Hands-on practical experience of difficult airway manikins using Airtrac, Glidescope and Fibreoptic intubation.
2. Use of Ultrasound in Paediatric Intensive Care.
Lead: Dr Prahb Nayak (Consultant Paediatric Intensivist).
Faculty: Steve Cossey (Lead ANP in PICU), Dr Mani Thyagarajan (Consultant Paediatric Radiologist), Dr Rajesh Phatak (Consultant Paediatric Intensivist), Dr Chris Flannigan (Senior Registrar in PICU), Dr Anthony Assing (Specialist doctor in Paediatric Cardiology).
Attendees will gain:1. ‘Experiential learning’ – Ultrasound guided central vascular access and PICC insertion using manikins and tips to avoid pitfalls.
2. Ultrasound of the chest for pleural and pericardial effusion – hands on experience and video demonstration.
3. Echocardiogram for the Intensivist – 4 chamber view of the heart using transthoracic ultrasound.
3. Advanced communication skills for the Paediatric Intensivist.
Lead: Sr Rachael Morrison (Advanced Nurse Practitioner PICU).
Faculty: Dr Jane Cassidy (Consultant Paediatric Intensivist), Ms Natalie Wilson (Actor)
Attendees will gain:1. Safe and supportive interactive environment for experimental learning using role play and actors to stimulate the part of a parent or colleague. Delegates will guide role play between an actor (as parent) and an Intensivist. Scenario options are: the challenging parent or colleague, passive aggression and breaking bad news.
2. Feedback in role from actors – eg “we said this to you, how did that feel”. This feedback is evidence based and from families feedback.
3. Strategies or tools to improve the quality of future communication.
4. A taster of this model of education.
4. Cerebral function monitoring in PICU.
Lead: Dr Barney Scholefield (Consultant Paediatric Intensivist).
Dr Hari Krishnan (Consultant Paediatric Intensivist).
Attendees will gain:1. Theory and guidance for PICU cerebral function monitoring (CFAM) & EEG monitoring.
2. Scenario based simulation of CFAM monitoring – bedside interpretation, pitfalls and trouble shooting.
3. Demonstration of remote monitoring.
14 September 2015, 13.00 -17.00, Austin Court, Birmingham. B1 2NP
A faculty from the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children Alumni Group will provide a Masterclass addressing difficult topics in PICU. Delegates can pre-book to attend the afternoon Masterclass only.
|12.30||Coffee on Arrival.|
|13.00||How I run a successful PICU training programme. Peter Cox, Toronto,|
|13.30||How I use HFOV in the child with acute respiratory failure. Peter Rimensberger, Geneve,|
|14.00||How I organize my PICU system of care to provide state of the art care. Peter Laussen, Toronto,|
|15.00||How I use inotropes (and cardiovascular monitoring) in the patient with septic shock. Brian Kavanagh, Toronto.|
|15.30||How I use ECMO in the setting of severe acute respiratory failure. Gail Annich, Toronto.|
|16.00||How I use haemodynamic monitoring to provide state of the art care. Steven Schwartz, Toronto.|
|16.30||How I set up and deliver neuro-ICU. Robert Tasker, Toronto.|
Venue: IET, Birmingham: Austin Court. 80 Cambridge St, Birmingham, West Midlands B1 2NP, United Kingdom.
Approximately 3 minutes walk from the International Conference Centre and 10 minutes from the central rail New Street Station.