HANDS-ON SKILLS TRAINING - Gain new skills you can use instantly back on the ward

 

HANDS-ON SKILLS TRAINING - Gain new skills you can use instantly back on the ward

You can combine both seminar-based learning with a range of practical, hands-on training workshops. Whether you’re learning a new skill or just brushing up on your knowledge, the hands-on training workshops are the perfect way to expand your experience in an excellently managed, dynamic and evidence-based environment.

Effective intubation and bronchoscopy skills utilising Single Use Bronchoscopes

 

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Hands on Training utilising the EXALT B Single Use Bronchoscope to address issues highlighted by the 4th National Audit Project of The Royal College of Anaesthetists and The Difficult Airway Society. Major complications of airway management in the United Kingdom Report, March 2011, Section 2, Clinical reviews.

 

 

Learning outcomes:

Station 1

  • Nasal and Oral Intubation techniques
  • Bronchial Navigation
  • Foreign Body Removal

Station 2

  • Biopsy Tips and Tricks
  • Bronchial Lavage Techniques
  • Placement of Double Lumen Tubes

Speakers

Dr Andrew Conway Morris

2 x Boston Scientific Trainers

Timings

Day 2
09:30 - 10:15
10:30 - 11:15
11:30 - 12:15

Vyaire - The Ventilation Learning Bar

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Sessions:
bellavistaTM NIV & HFOT in the ICU
Automated Assessment of Lung Recruitment
Closed Loop Ventilation - Adaptive Ventilation Mode (AVM)
Optimal Oxygenation & Positive Airway Pressure of the Sedated Patient - SuperNO2VATM
Ventilation GPS – Oesophageal Pressure Monitoring and Volumetric Capnography
Optimal Oxygenation & Positive Airway Pressure of the Sedated Patient - SuperNO2VATM

Day 1 Timings

10:00 - 10:45
11:00 - 11:45
13:00 - 13:45
15:00 - 15:45
16:00 - 15:45
17:00 - 17:45

Day 2 Timings

09:30 - 10:15
10:30 - 11:15
11:30 - 12:15
13:00 - 13:45
14:00 - 14:45
15:00 - 15:45

Glidescope Airway Management

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Practical hands on workstation faculty led allowing for flexible learning.

The sessions will cover the basics concepts of Glidescope and the key teaching points for effective airway management.

Station Names:

  • Hybrid VL and Bronchoscopy – ICU lead TBC
  • Fiberoptic airway management - Faculty confirmed TBC.
  • Video-laryngoscopy techniques (Plus Bariatric specialiaty) Andy McKechnie, Consultant Anaesthetist

Learning Outcomes

  • Patient preparation and set-up when performing airway management with VL and hyper angulated blades.
  • Review procedural steps for effective bronchoscopy techniques / hybrid techniques for difficult airway management.
  • Understand expectations and learning curve when using Glidescope.
  • Effective utilisation of the GlideRite Stylet.

Speakers

Dr. Andrew McKechnie, Consultant Anaesthetist at Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust, London. Chairman of The Society of Bariatric Anaesthesia SOBA. (Confirmed).

Dr Branavan Retnasingham, Airway Lead and Consultant Anaesthetist, Kings College Hospital , London

GE Ultrasound Training

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‘Delivering diagnosis with ultrasound- why imagine when you can image?’

Covering

  • Heart
  • Lung
  • Abdomen
  • Vascular
  • Perioperative

All in one Respiratory support solution for the acutely sick patient. CPAP/BiPAP/HFT, seamlessly moving from one to another, within the current, challenging Healthcare environment.

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NIV - CPAP/BiPAP/HFT explained: What are they, how do they affect patients physiologically and how to correctly set them. When, why and how to make changes to ventilator settings. Review of current guidelines and recommendations, with reference to the current healthcare challenges. Followed by hands on with a ventilator, experiencing it for yourself!

Speaker Information

Mr Glyn Stephen - 

Philips Account Manager, Hospital Respiratory Care

Currently working as an Account Manager and Clinical Trainer within Philips, specialising in Hospital Ventilation products and solutions, for use on Acutely sick patients. Glyn has over 20 years’ experience in this role, gaining insights into the delivery of NIV over the years and the changes associated with it. Previously, Glyn Trained as a Registered Nurse and specialised in Intensive Care nursing, collectively gaining 14 years’ experience between the years of 1985 and 2001. He specialised in Invasive and Non Invasive Ventilation, as well as his keen interest of critically ill Peadiatric care and transfer of critically ill patients.

Learning Outcomes

1: Understand and correctly diagnose Type I & Type II Respiratory Failure

2: Understand the correct Therapy for the patient

3: Understand how High Flow Therapy, CPAP & BiPAP work and help the patient

4: Know how to fit and set up the consumables needed for the NIV devices and correctly set up and use the NIV devices.

GOLD SPONSOR

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  • A. Menarini Farmaceutica Internazionale Srl

 

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  • Alexion Pharma

 

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  • BMS-Pfizer

 

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  • FUJIFILM SONOSITE

 

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  • Boston Scientific

 

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  • Bial Pharma

 

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  • The MDU

 

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  • MDDUS

 

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