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.
Ambu Airway Workshop
Airway Workshop training sessions which provide opportunities to learn more about the benefits of using advanced single-use visualization equipment for management of the difficult airway.
Delivered by experienced Ambu Clinical Educators, you will learn how aScope™ can enhance patient safety, reduce infection risk at hospitals and help to control costs. Instantly improve your advanced airway skills through hands on practical demonstrations, delivered in accordance with clinical consensus guidelines as stated by the National Tracheostomy Safety Project and the Intensive Care Society, as recommended in the NCEPOD report.
Making the most of OST: Extracorporeal organ support in the ICU: new technology and treatment options
Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) is well established as a treatment of choice for Acute Kidney Injury patients in the ICU. However modern CRRT platforms have evolved and this session will demonstrate how, using the latest technology, multiple therapies can be delivered from one platform, offering ICU specialists enhanced therapy options for critically ill patients.
Individualized Lung-Protective Ventilation
Individualized or precision medicine uses individual patient characteristics to guide and tailor medical treatment. Applying a lung protective ventilation strategy, which is adjusted to the individual physiology and constantly adapted to meet changing patient needs, may reduce the potential risks of VILI better than conventional therapy.
Percutaneous Single Stage Dilation Tracheostomy Workshop
This will be a hands on workshop providing practical refreshment on the technique and updated safety equipment options available to the health care professional carrying out these procedures.
Right Line, Right Now! EZ-IO Intraosseous Access
This session will provide an overview of the use of intraosseous (IO) access as a bridging tool to obtaining venous access in urgent, emergent and medically necessary situations. Focusing on the Arrow® EZ-IO® device, attendees will be supported to develop their knowledge and confidence of using IO within their clinical setting.
Right Line, Right Now! Trauma Vascular Access Devices
This session will provide attendees with the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills and practical abilities surrounding the insertion and management of trauma lines, including the Multi-Lumen Access Device (MAC), Rapid Infusion Catheter (RIC), Trauma Kits and the Emergency Infusion Device (EID).
Right Line, Right Now! Acute Central Venous Catheter (CVC) Insertion
This session will provide attendees with the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills and practical abilities surrounding the process for acute CVC insertion utilising ultrasound technology.
Using ultrasound to deliver patient satisfaction with SonoSite
SonoSite can deliver (POCUS) point-of-care ultrasound to any patient, anywhere, at anytime. We are dedicated to empowering clinicians to continue innovating the practice of medicine for the sake of providing better patient care. We pride ourselves on delivering continuous education dedicated to you, designed to improve your knowledge of today’s ultrasound best practises.
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. Followed by hands on with a ventilator, experiencing it for yourself.
Can telemedicine really help improve patient outcomes? A look at the Pre-hospital to hospital patient pathway and see where the use of live patient data could enhance patient outcomes...
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