Critical Care Conference 2021: Learning from Crisis

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28th Oct 2021
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Join us as we discuss these current challenges with some sector leaders in an informal and secure environment, NHS critical and intensive care staff are provided will fully be funded and CPD accredited delegate passes for the session
Critical Care Conference 2021: Learning from Crisis

May 25th 2021 marked our first NHS ICU virtual conference, we opened the debate on critical care performance and best practice recently following the Covid-19 outbreak, over 150 NHS intensive and critical care staff logged in and shared experiences and discussed strategic improvements with some of the sectors leading professionals

The Covid-19 outbreak has shown many aspects of the health and care system at its best. Health and care workers have responded with outstanding dedication and skill; clinicians and managers have gone above and beyond to rapidly develop new ways of delivering services safely; hospitals have joined forces to offer each other mutual aid and ensure continued provision of essential services; and in some areas NHS, local government and other local services have worked together like never before to co-ordinate their responses and support communities. The crisis has also undermined public support for the NHS and for care staff. KingsFund

Intensive Care can be a difficult experience for both patients and their families. Fortunately, and as mentioned above by the King’s Fund, the NHS is truly blessed to have such an invaluable asset that is unwavering in the face of crisis, this asset is of course… you! The NHS Workforce,

Adult Critical Care underpins all secondary and specialist adult services. Critical Care incorporates both intensive and high dependency care, stand-alone or combined.

Our upcoming conference will celebrate the staff and innovators that worked tirelessly to fight back against the Covid-19 outbreak.

As we celebrate the critical care workforce, we will also focus on some of the key challenges faced including budget constraints, supply shortages and bed blocking,

Hospitals had to double and, in some cases, triple their stock of intensive care beds during the pandemic to cope with the number of patients, The UK is towards the bottom of the European league table for intensive care beds per head of population. Whilst the UK has 7.3 intensive care beds per 100,000 people, Germany has 33.8 and the USA 34.3. We also have comparatively fewer than France, Italy, Australia and Spain.

Join us as we discuss these current challenges with some sector leaders in an informal and secure environment, NHS critical and intensive care staff are provided will fully be funded and CPD accredited delegate passes for the session, your pass includes:

Live presentation provided by sector-leading peers.

Interactive Q&A sessions
- High-level content and take away handouts.
- Live polls
- CPD accreditation
- Live meet the supplier presentations
- Prize draws
- Much more…..

Sponsorship and delegate registration is now open, get in touch today to explore the opportunity and register your pass.

Critical Care Conference 2021: Learning from Crisis
https://www.convenzis.co.uk/events/critical-care-conference-2021-learning-from-crisis/

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Agenda
28
Oct
Critical Care Conference 2021: Learning from Crisis
10:50 - 14:35
Speakers
Professor Wendy Reid, Executive Director of Education and Quality and Medical Director, Health Educa
Advice on acute sector workforce model: Addressing the staffing shortfall.

A review of the Advice on acute sector workforce models paper written by NHS England/ Improvement with Health Education England, includes updated guidance on acute sector staffing for both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 areas, taking into account learning from the recent pandemic.
James Goodwin, Associate Director of Faculties, the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (Invited)
The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine Critical Futures Initiative

Critical Futures is a long-term project commissioned through the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. Its aim is to directly take forward or support a suite of work streams that analyse and respond to anticipated changes and pressures on critical care and related services.
Rob Woolley, CEO at Trinity Hospice Blackpool (Invited)
NHS Case study: Rapid changes to fight crisis

Trinity Hospice has been recognised by the CQC for its outstanding overall service, following the covid-19 outbreak, the hospice increased its inpatient unit bed capacity by 10 beds. This supported rapid discharge of frail, elderly end of life patients. This session will explore the key challenges and lessons learnt.
Justine McGuinness, Communications and Engagement at The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (
Prioritising families and loved ones: Best practice.

The Hillingdon Hospital’s NHS FT’s ‘loved one’s communication project’. Anyone with a relative as an inpatient can send in a letter, a picture or a photograph to a dedicated email address. The emails are printed and delivered to patients. Western Sussex also has a personal messaging service.
James Rose, Clinical Innovation Adoption Manager (Invited)
Introducing The Oxford AHSN Clinical Innovation Adoption programme

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network is working closely with two NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) Fellows to implement three patient safety devices within Critical Care. The devices provide engineered solutions that remove the possibility of human error and improve the safety of the most critically ill patients.
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