Get ready to celebrate 30 years of Critical Care Nursing at the BACCN International conference 2015 taking place in London on the 7 - 8 September. Abstract submission will be opening shortly and we’re looking to you to help us create an awe inspiring programme on a global scale. We’re looking to receive papers from across the UK and internationally. Our aim is for record numbers of abstracts, delegates and exhibitors to help us celebrate this amazing milestone.
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Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make the 2014 conference an inspiring and exceptional event.
The main conference commenced with two outstanding presentations from our colleagues in the military healthcare. Major General Carmichael gave us a tour of duty through leadership and how the military utilise values and behaviours based leadership to enable officers to continue to serve to lead.
Delegates had a choice of up to 6 concurrent sessions to choose from in each break out session, the choice and topic coverage was excellent and varied - allowing delegates the chance to hear about Glucose control from Suffolk, Quality discharge in Malaysia, sudden death and bereavement in Wolverhampton and nurse-led therapeutic hypothermia from the USA to name but a few.
Catering issues at BACCN Conference 2014
The BACCN would like to apologise to attendees for the failings in the catering received at the BACCN conference 2014, in particular on the second day of the event. The BACCN organisers are in the process of discussing this with the catering company who accept that the catering was inadequate. In the mean time we would like to offer all paying delegates a £15 refund as an acknowledgement of the fact that it was delegates themselves who were affected by this. The BACCN conference team will be in touch to arrange a refund to the organisation or individual that payment was received from.