MANIC Percutaneous Tracheostomy Course
Aug
22
8:30 AM08:30

MANIC Percutaneous Tracheostomy Course

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Designed for doctors working in anaesthesia and critical care. 

Combination of lectures and practical skills sessions.

Use of cadaveric pigs allows the realistic practice of percutaneous tracheostomy in a safe environment.

Faculty made up of consultants in ICM and ENT. 

A limited number of places

Cost £300

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Infectious Disease Critical Care Meeting
May
17
8:00 AM08:00

Infectious Disease Critical Care Meeting

  • HIV and critical illness: an update
  • Sepsis in drug users: an epidemiological perspective
  • Fever in the returned traveller
  • Preventing nosocomial infection on the ICU
  • Epidemiology of Sepsis: what does big data tell us?
  • Novel Diagnostics in Infection
  • Host suceptibility to severe infection
  • The personalised approach to sepsis
  • Steroids and sepsis: the 2018 perspective
  • Beta blockade in sepsis
  • Antibiotic stewardship: preventing an impending disaster
  • Fluids in sepsis: when, what and how?
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Medical High Dependency Simulation Course
May
10
9:00 AM09:00

Medical High Dependency Simulation Course

This course has been developed based on the General Internal Medicine curriculum and is aimed at doctors who are expected to cover high dependency areas out of hours. It will cover emergency and life-threatening presentations such as those see on a medical critical care/high dependency unit. Each doctor will have an opportunity to lead a team in diagnosing and managing a patient (a high-fidelity simulated mannequin).

The course is facilitated by critical care consultants and physicians who have a regular role in caring for patients in medical high dependency areas. There will be 4-6 participants per course. It runs from 9am until 5pm. Lunch, tea & coffee are provided.

 

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Medical High Dependency Simulation Course
Mar
13
9:00 AM09:00

Medical High Dependency Simulation Course

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This course has been developed based on the General Internal Medicine curriculum and is aimed at doctors who are expected to cover high dependency areas out of hours. It will cover emergency and life-threatening presentations such as those see on a medical critical care/high dependency unit. Each doctor will have an opportunity to lead a team in diagnosing and managing a patient (a high-fidelity simulated mannequin).

The course is facilitated by critical care consultants and physicians who have a regular role in caring for patients in medical high dependency areas. There will be 4-6 participants per course. It runs from 9am until 5pm. Lunch, tea & coffee are provided.

 

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