Due to the overwhelming success that was the 30th Anniversary, we’ve decided to yet again return to the City of London, for the 32nd Annual BACCN Conference, taking place on the 4-5th September 2017. Titled "Building Interprofessional Teams to Enhance Safer Critical Care", we will be presenting a packed schedule of seminars, keynotes, sim labs and workshops.
Registration and abstract submissions will open soon - to be the first to hear about it, please fill in the "Register Your Interest" box on the right.
We're delighted to already be able to announce our first two keynote speakers. For details and a first glace at the full programme, please click here.
Thank you for joining us at the 31st Annual BACCN Conference North of the border in Glasgow!
The conference was attended by over 450 critical care professionals from across the UK and overseas. This two day event offered over 40 different sessions including presentations from industry leaders, interactive workshops and our simulation lab.
We're in the process of collecting feedback from our attendees - if you were there and still haven't completed the survey, you can access it here - we really do value all your views. You can also download your certificate of attendance at the end of the survey.
To read a report on conference from one of the Board of Directors - Sarah Clarke, CLICK HERE.
We've also received the following report from one of our attendees - a competition winner from the Central South & Midlands Committee Study Day:
The latest BACCN Conference in Glasgow was brilliant and a really valuable opportunity to catch up on the “state of the art” in all things critical care. I knew from the welcome arrival to the anthems of the Bay City Rollers that this was going to be something special; they had me singing Shang a Lang at 0900 on a Monday morning and up at 0600 marshalling a 5K. From practice simulation to presentations, keynote speakers to networking and social events, the BACCN team did a highly professional job in creating a seamless flow from one day to the next. I came away motivated by all the achievements of ICU departments around the country and overseas. From being cared for at arms-length by tele-ICU, to end of life care, sepsis and teaching ICU nurses in the developing world, there was something for everyone and as always at conferences, I had to choose to leave some things out I’d love to have listened to. I am hoping I can go again next year!
Conference presentations can be downloaded from the member section of the BACCN website. CLICK HERE
Did you manage to join the October Twitter Chat on Critical Care Competencies? Check out our report on how it went CLICK HERE