Conference Programme 2018


We are busy planning an exciting line-up for Conference 2018 - check back for more information soon!

Keynotes

For information on our confirmed keynote speakers, click here.

 



Pre-Conference Masterclass & Welcome Reception - Sunday 16th September

12.30-13.00 Registration
13.00-17.30 Pre-Conference Masterclass: HOTT Topics in Inhalation and Burns Management: An MDT Approach
Speakers: 
Mrs Elaine Manderson – Clinical Nurse Specialist Intensive Care, Mr Ben Harold – Charge Nurse Intensive Care, Dr Linsey Christie – Consultant anaesthetics and Intensive Care, Mr Jorge Leon-Villapalos – Consultant  Burns Surgeon, Ms Catherine Mitchell – Clinical Nurse Specialist – Burns, Mrs Daisy Villareal-Maralit – Senior Staff Nurse Intensive Care, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (click here for more details)
17:30 End of Masterclass
18.00-20.00

Welcome Drinks Reception & Early Registration
Join us to celebrate the opening of conference in the Exhibition Area of the Bournemouth International Centre

*Tickets for the pre-conference masterclass are purchased separately to the main conference. Limited availability
**Tickets for the welcome reception are included in your conference fee

 

Programme Day One - Monday 17th September

07.00-08:00 BACCN Morning Fun Run - Grab your trainers and get warmed up for conference! 
08.15-09.00 Registration & arrival refreshments 
09.00-09.30 Opening ceremony and welcome address 
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director and Nicki Credland, BACCN Chair
09.30-10.05 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dale Harrison: "999, What's your emergency?" (click here for more details)
10.05-10.40 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Louise Rose: The Challenge of the "Difficult to Wean" Patient (click here for more details)
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11.00-11.30 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
11.30-12.30 Research Symposium

Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent Sessions

 Posters

Concurrent Sessions 

Simulation Lab - Paedriatric Scenario

12.30-13.40 Lunch served in the Exhibition Area
13.40-14.15

KEYNOTE ADDRESS 
Dorothy Wade: Psychological Recovery Post Critical Illness (click here for more details)

14.15-15.35 BACCN AGM
14.35-14.40 5 minute room change
14.40-15.40 Research Symposium
(click here for more details)

Partners in Prevention

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Concurrent Sessions Posters Concurrent Sessions Simulation Lab - Transfer Scenario
15.40-16.15 Afternoon Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
16.15-17.15 Dragons' Den - Research

Partners in Prevention

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Concurrent Sessions Posters Concurrent Sessions Simulation Lab - Human Factors Scenario
18.30-19.30 Regional Drinks Reception - invitation only 
19.30-00.00 Conference Dinner 

*Tickets for the Conference Dinner are included in the full conference fee

 

Programme Day Two - Tuesday 18th September

08.30-09.30 Registration & arrival refreshments 
09.30-09.45 Welcome to Day 2!
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director
09.45-10.30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dr Julie Highfield: The Sustainability of the Critical Care Workforce (click here for more details)
10.30-11.10 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
11.10-12.10 2017 QI Dragons' Den Presentation

Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent Sessions

 Posters

Concurrent Sessions 

Simulation Lab - Transfer Scenario

12.10-13.10 Lunch served in the Exhibition Area
13.10-13.50

KEYNOTE ADDRESS 
Mark Radford: Advancing Critical Care: Safe staffing, workforce planning & new roles - ACCP/ANP credentialling (click here for more details)

13.50-14.00 10 minute room change
14.00-15.00 Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Sessions Concurrent Sessions Posters "Let's Get Physical" Workshop Simulation Lab - Paediatric Scenario
15.40-16.15 Afternoon Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
15.20-16.00

Closing Keynote: Alex Wubbels: Moral Courage

In it to win in - delegates attending this session will be entered into a prize draw for a place at the BACCN Conference 2019

16.00-16.30

Conference round-up including awards for best oral, poster and Dragons' Den presentations

Karin Gerber, Conference Director

Please note this is a draft programme and is subject to change