About this Event
This is the first all-day combined CPD meeting of our 2 long-associated organisations. It features presentations by mostly local speakers about common and newer ad-hoc conundrums of likely interest to anaesthetists working in DGH's, intensive care, specialty areas like Paediatrics or Obstetrics, and retired practitioners too. Additionally, there is opportunity for trainees & SAS anaesthetists to compete for a Case Presentation Prize, as well as a Poster Exhibition Prize. The Programme has also been focused as an aid for anyone preparing to sit the FRCA Exam. Whatever your grade, this is a excellent local low-cost CPD opportunity. Also a chance to experience The Spine Building, an absolutely state-of-the-art new conference venue in Liverpool, across the road from 'the New Royal'. It has some of the best views over Liverpool! For an overview of the CPD Programme, see below.
PROGRAMME: ‘WHAT TO DO WHEN ….’ (New and Old Conundrums)
(1) … Moving from the ‘Old Royal’ to the ‘New Royal’: ICU challenges and solutions from a once in a lifetime experience.
Dr Peter Hampshire, Consultant in ICM, RLUHF
(2) … ‘There is a Sick Parturient epidemic’.
Dr Simon Bricker, Consultant Anaesthetist, Countess of Chester Hospital
(3) ... Providing or Receiving Well-Being Support following a SUI
Dr Georgia Halliday,
(4) … How to Anaesthetise a Horse?!
Professor Ronald Jones, Retired Professor of Veterinary Anaesthesia & Life Vice President LSA
(5) …A patient with pulmonary hypertension lands on your list?
Dr Ruth Newton, Consultant Anaesthetist, Sheffield
(6) …. Have I missed any recent Guidelines?
Updates : ICM – Dr Sarah White (ICM ST9); Anaesthesia – Dr Sushil Pal (Clinical Fellow)
(7) …Recognising Radiology Classics for the FRCA? A quizzical guide
Dr Catriona Farrell, Consultant Radiologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
(8) … A case has changed my practice. Will it change yours? */**
Case presentations x 3 (Trainees/SAS), 10 minutes each with Q/A. (closing date for submissions is 30 June, see below).
(There will be an MSA ‘generous education-related prize’ for the best-case presentation)
(9) …. Anaesthetising ‘Children with SEND’? (Special Education Needs and Disabilities)
Dr Tamryn Miller, post CCT Alder Hey Hospital Fellow
(10) …. Knowing what’s going on in UK ICM Research?
Dr Alicia Waite, TRIC Network Co-chair (Trainee Research in Intensive Care),
Senior Clinical Research Fellow (ST5, ICM) at Royal Liverpool University Hospital
*[(e-Poster Exhibition at Refreshment / Lunch Breaks for Case Presentations not shortlisted for (7)]
*NOTE: In (7), 'A case has changed my practice. Will it change yours? ' :
To apply for shortlisting for case-presentation above, please register and then submit a short description with practice change reflection on less than 1 side of A4, in Times New Roman 12 Font, by e-mail to both [email protected] AND [email protected]
Closing date for Case Presentation applications is by end of 30th June. Shortlisting will be complete by August 13th.
**NOTE: Case Presentation applications that are NOT shortlisted will be invited to participate in an e-Poster-Board Exhibition of their Case. There will be an LSA donated Prize for best poster. Follow-up Certificates and attendee feedback will be provided to all.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Spine Building, 2 Paddington Village, Liverpool, United Kingdom
GBP 0.00 to GBP 250.00