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Hands-on Training L: GE Healthcare

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Day 1 (Tuesday 14th November) & Day 2 (Wednesday 15th November)

Heart: The heart of the matter—Basic echocardiography from the FUSIC Heart (FICE curriculum)

Time: 

Day One: 09:30 - 10:15

Day Two: 09:30 - 10:15

Content:

  • Each session will commence with ~8 minutes talk with ~40 minutes as hands on
  • We shall run 6 stations with 6 faculty to teach a maximum of 24 people per session
  • Each session wrapped up with ~3 minutes talk, including a short summary and further accreditation details.
  • GE will provide 6 normal models (meso-/ecto-morphic men are ideal); ideally, with someone on hand to help with timekeeping at the hands on stage to transition into the final talk.
  • Talks will be ‘branded’ for presentation, with GE designs, and content provided in advance for compliance scrutiny. GE acquired ultrasound images will be used throughout

Speaker:

Lorenzo Cristoni, consultant in acute medicine, Kingston Hospital

Justin Kirk -Bayley, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Ashley Miller, consultant in  anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital

Prashant Parulekar, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, East Kent Hospitals

Marcus Peck, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Frimley Park Hospital

Jennie Stephens, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital ,Truro

Jonathon Wilkinson, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Northampton General Hospital

 

Lung: Giving breath to your diagnosis—Lung ultrasound from the FAMUS and FUSIC curricula

Time: 

Day One: 10:30 - 11:15

Day Two: 13:00 - 13:45

Content: 

  • Each session will commence with ~8 minutes talk with ~40 minutes as hands on
  • We shall run 6 stations with 6 faculty to teach a maximum of 24 people per session
  • Each session wrapped up with ~3 minutes talk, including a short summary and further accreditation details.
  • GE will provide 6 normal models (meso-/ecto-morphic men are ideal); ideally, with someone on hand to help with timekeeping at the hands on stage to transition into the final talk.
  • Talks will be ‘branded’ for presentation, with GE designs, and content provided in advance for compliance scrutiny. GE acquired ultrasound images will be used throughout

Speaker:

Lorenzo Cristoni, consultant in acute medicine, Kingston Hospital

Justin Kirk -Bayley, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Ashley Miller, consultant in  anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital

Prashant Parulekar, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, East Kent Hospitals

Marcus Peck, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Frimley Park Hospital

Jennie Stephens, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital ,Truro

Jonathon Wilkinson, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Northampton General Hospital

Abdominal: More than gut feeling—Abdominal ultrasound from the FAMUS and FUSIC curricula

Time: 

Day One: 11:30 - 12:15 

Day Two: 11:30 - 12:15

Content: 

  • Each session will commence with ~8 minutes talk with ~40 minutes as hands on
  • We shall run 6 stations with 6 faculty to teach a maximum of 24 people per session
  • Each session wrapped up with ~3 minutes talk, including a short summary and further accreditation details.
  • GE will provide 6 normal models (meso-/ecto-morphic men are ideal); ideally, with someone on hand to help with timekeeping at the hands on stage to transition into the final talk.
  • Talks will be ‘branded’ for presentation, with GE designs, and content provided in advance for compliance scrutiny. GE acquired ultrasound images will be used throughout

Speaker:

Lorenzo Cristoni, consultant in acute medicine, Kingston Hospital

Justin Kirk -Bayley, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Ashley Miller, consultant in  anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital

Prashant Parulekar, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, East Kent Hospitals

Marcus Peck, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Frimley Park Hospital

Jennie Stephens, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital ,Truro

Jonathon Wilkinson, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Northampton General Hospital

Vascular: Addressing the vessels—Vascular ultrasound from the FAMUS and FUSIC curricula

Time: 

Day One: 13:15 - 14:00 

Day Two: 10:30 - 11:15 

Content: 

  • Each session will commence with ~8 minutes talk with ~40 minutes as hands on
  • We shall run 6 stations with 6 faculty to teach a maximum of 24 people per session
  • Each session wrapped up with ~3 minutes talk, including a short summary and further accreditation details.
  • GE will provide 6 normal models (meso-/ecto-morphic men are ideal); ideally, with someone on hand to help with timekeeping at the hands on stage to transition into the final talk.
  • Talks will be ‘branded’ for presentation, with GE designs, and content provided in advance for compliance scrutiny. GE acquired ultrasound images will be used throughout

Speaker:

Lorenzo Cristoni, consultant in acute medicine, Kingston Hospital

Justin Kirk -Bayley, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Ashley Miller, consultant in  anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital

Prashant Parulekar, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, East Kent Hospitals

Marcus Peck, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Frimley Park Hospital

Jennie Stephens, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital ,Truro

Jonathon Wilkinson, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Northampton General Hospital

 

Perioperative: Perfect perioperative performance—How ultrasound can help

Time: 

Day One: 14:15 - 15:00

Day Two: 14:00 - 14:45

Content: 

  • Each session will commence with ~8 minutes talk with ~40 minutes as hands on
  • We shall run 6 stations with 6 faculty to teach a maximum of 24 people per session
  • Each session wrapped up with ~3 minutes talk, including a short summary and further accreditation details.
  • GE will provide 6 normal models (meso-/ecto-morphic men are ideal); ideally, with someone on hand to help with timekeeping at the hands on stage to transition into the final talk.
  • Talks will be ‘branded’ for presentation, with GE designs, and content provided in advance for compliance scrutiny. GE acquired ultrasound images will be used throughout

Speaker:

Lorenzo Cristoni, consultant in acute medicine, Kingston Hospital

Justin Kirk -Bayley, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Ashley Miller, consultant in  anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital

Prashant Parulekar, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, East Kent Hospitals

Marcus Peck, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Frimley Park Hospital

Jennie Stephens, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital ,Truro

Jonathon Wilkinson, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Northampton General Hospital

Haemodynamic: Can’t beat the system? Then go with the Flow – Contemporary haemodynamic assessment from the FUSIC HD curriculum

Time: 

Day One: 15:30 - 16:15

Day Two: 15:00 - 15:45

Content: 

  • Each session will commence with ~8 minutes talk with ~40 minutes as hands on
  • We shall run 6 stations with 6 faculty to teach a maximum of 24 people per session
  • Each session wrapped up with ~3 minutes talk, including a short summary and further accreditation details.
  • GE will provide 6 normal models (meso-/ecto-morphic men are ideal); ideally, with someone on hand to help with timekeeping at the hands on stage to transition into the final talk.
  • Talks will be ‘branded’ for presentation, with GE designs, and content provided in advance for compliance scrutiny. GE acquired ultrasound images will be used throughout

Speaker:

Lorenzo Cristoni, consultant in acute medicine, Kingston Hospital

Justin Kirk -Bayley, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Ashley Miller, consultant in  anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital

Prashant Parulekar, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, East Kent Hospitals

Marcus Peck, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Frimley Park Hospital

Jennie Stephens, consultant in acute and intensive care medicine, Royal Cornwall Hospital ,Truro

Jonathon Wilkinson, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Northampton General Hospital

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