About this event

  • Date and time Wed 8 Jul 2020 from 8:00am to 8 Jul 2020 at 5:30pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Critical Care Medicine

This prestigious biennial conference will offer multidisciplinary expert perspective on the recovery of critically ill patients with complex needs. 

National and international leaders across the field of critical care will provide a summary on various aspects of the recovery pathway after critical illness - including demography, the impact of physical, psychological, cognitive, nutritional and economic sequelae, and highlight some of the very latest clinical trials.

Examine the importance of a multidisciplinary recovery pathway delivered across the field of critical care and current researches on how we could bring a multidisciplinary team together focused on improving all aspects of the experience of survivorship following critical illness.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS 

Critical Care Medicine Section: Poster prize

Prize: £250

Submission deadline: Monday 4 May 2020

Open to: To all UK trainees

Application guidelines:

Submit an abstract based on any topic relating to recovery after critical care of no more than 250 words (excluding title, authors and references). The best abstracts will be selected to present a poster at the meeting on Wednesday 8 July 2020. The presenting author must register for this meeting. 

To find out more or submit an abstract, please click here.

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Tickets

Early bird pricing available until 27 May 2020.

Member

RSM Trainee
Day 1
£49.00 Meeting
£5.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
RSM Fellow
Day 1
£80.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
RSM Associate
Day 1
£49.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
RSM Retired Fellow
Day 1
£49.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
RSM Student
Day 1
£33.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY

Non - Member

Trainee
Day 1
£81.00 Meeting
£5.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
Consultant / GP
Day 1
£133.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
AHP / Nurse / Midwife
Day 1
£81.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
Non Healthcare Professional
Day 1
£81.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY
Student
Day 1
£55.00 Meeting
£0.00 Breakfast masterclass - TRAINEES ONLY

Key speakers

Prof Jack Iwashyn

University of Michigan - Best known for his work defining the concept of survivorship after critical illness

Prof Tim Walsh

University of Edinburgh - The patient-centred rehabilitation

Prof Steve Brett

Imperial University London - Recovery from the psychological effects of critical illness

Dr Bronwen Connolly

Queen's University Belfast - The developments of Core outcome set in critical care research

Agenda

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Trainees only

The breakfast masterclass is exclusive to trainees for an additional fee of £5. A light continental breakfast will be provided.

Breakfast masterclass

Professor Jack Iwashyna, Collegiate Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan and Faculty Associate, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research

Main agenda

Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction

Dr Peter Shirley, President, Critical Care Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Session one

The psychology of early recovery

Professor Steve Brett, Head for Research, Directorate of Anaesthetics and Critical Care, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Inches make champions

Dr Eve Corner, Lecturer in Physiotherapy, Brunel University London

‘Critical care recovery: What can we do?’

Ms Penny Firshman, Clinical Lead, Critical Care Occupational Therapist, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Panel discussion
Tea and coffee break

Session two

The Hunger Games: Can early feeding affect long-term outcomes?

Ms Danni Bear, Critical Care Dietitian, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Optimising the pleasures of eating, drinking and talking for the intensive care unit patient

Dr Jackie McRae, Consultant Speech and Language Therapist and Director of Research for the School of Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care, Kingston University and St George's University of London

‘PRACTICE – Core outcomes for physical rehabilitation’

Dr Bronwen Connolly, Senior Lecturer, Critical Care, Queen's University Belfast

Panel discussion
Top three shortlisted poster presentations

Each candidate will have 5 minutes to present their poster

Lunch

Review of other poster submissions

Session three

Chair: Professor Steve Brett

Critical illness recovery: Moving beyond physiology

Dr Joanne McPeake, Nurse Consultant in Clinical Research and Innovation, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Triaging patients at intensive care unit discharge: How might we operationalise personalised support?

Professor Tim Walsh

Priorities of care for patients and family with persistent or chronic critical illness

Professor Louise Rose, Professor of Nursing, King’s College London

Panel discussion
Tea and coffee break
Announcing winner of poster presentation

Professor Jack Iwashyna

Session four: Plenary lecturer

Chair: Professor Nick Hart

Preparing patients and families for life after critical care

Professor Jack Iwashyna, Collegiate Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan and Faculty Associate, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research

Close of meeting

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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