Get into critical care research!

Date

Wednesday 19 September 2018

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Critical Care Medicine Section , Intensive Care Society

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about this event

Are you considering or undertaking research in intensive care?

Be it a small project or a higher degree, this one day event will provide you with tips and advice on how to get started.

Hear stories and experiences from doctors and allied health professionals – those just starting to senior researchers involved in major studies.

 

Topics include:  

  • The current landscape of research in intensive care medicine
  • Understand the different types of research in intensive care
  • The different pathways of getting into research and what potential supervisors look for
  • Appreciation of the challenges when undertaking research in intensive care

 

Key speakers: 

  • Dr Charlotte Summers - Lead Cambridge Critical Care Biology Group.
  • Dr Liza Keating - ICM Training Programme Director, Oxford Deanery.
  • Dr Agnieszka Skorko -Vice Chair (ICM), Severen Trainee Anaesthetic Research (STAR)
  • Professor Julian Bion - Foundation Dean of FICM.
  • Professor Mervyn Singer - Prof of ICM, Council Member of International Sepsis Forum.
  • Professor Paul Dark - NIHR Clinical Research Network National Specialty Lead for Critical Care

 

rates

RSM/ICS members: £65

Non members: £75

 

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agenda

9.00 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.30 am

Welcome and introduction

Session one: Critical care research in the UK

9.35 am

Intensive care research in the UK: Where are we?

Professor Paul Dark, Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Honorary NHS Consultant, Manchester

10.05 am

Why get involved in intensive care research?

Dr Charlotte Summers, University Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine, University of Cambridge, UK

10.35 am

Collaborative research

Dr Bronwen Connolly, Consultant Clinical Research Physiotherapist, Critical Care and NIHR Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

11.05 am

Tea and coffee break

Session two: Research avenues

11.20 am

At the bench: Fundamental research

Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University College London

11.50 am

The bigger picture: Health Services Research

Professor Julian Bion, Professor Of Intensive Care Medicine, University of Birmingham

12.20 pm

Applying the theory: RCTs

12.50 pm

Questions and answers

1.00 pm

Lunch, poster viewing and prize giving

Session three: How to get started

2.00 pm

What does a supervisor look for?

Dr Charlotte Summers, University Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine, University of Cambridge, UK

2.30 pm

How to become an academic clinical fellow

Dr Aggie Skorko, Intensive Care Medicine Trainee, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

2.45 pm

How to do research out-of-programme

Dr Nish Arulkumaran, Intensive Care Medicine, University College London

3.00 pm

How to do research as an AHP

Dr Bronwen Connolly, Consultant Clinical Research Physiotherapist, Critical Care and NIHR Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

3.15 pm

How we got started: Challenges in conducting research

3.45 pm

Tea and coffee break

Plenary: Try, try again

4.00 pm

Trials and tribulations (or if at first you don’t succeed)

Dr Manu Shankar-Hari, Consultant, Intensive Care Medicine, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

4.30 pm

Is it possible to have it all - balancing research, work and family

Dr Liza Keating, Intensive Care Unit, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

5.00 pm

Closing remarks

Dr Akshay Shah and Dr Majuran Manohasandra

5.30 pm

Wine reception in the ENT room

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  • Registration will close on Thursday 13 September 2018

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ICS

The Intensive Care Society (ICS) is dedicated to furthering education and research into intensive care in the UK.

We aim to ensure our members, who are drawn from medicine, nursing and allied health professions, are equipped with the knowledge to deliver the highest quality of care to their patients.

For more information or to check out the ICS's autmn events please click here, or go to the website www.ics.ac.uk 

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organiser's details

For information on this event, contact Beilul KahsaiTel: 0207 290 3859 Email: critical.care@rsm.ac.uk arrow