Critical Care Meetings and Courses

Neuro-Critical Care

October 24th, 08:30-17:00 Glasgow Science Centre

Provisional Programme

The Unhappy Brain

Status Epilepticus: An Update

Professor John Paul Leach, Consultant Neurologist, INS Glasgow

Brain Physiology Under Stress

Dr Chris Hawthorne, Consultant Intensivist, INS Glasgow

Toxic Encephalopathies

TBC

Trauma And The Brain

Traumatic Brain Injury

Dr Paul Ferris, Consultant Intensivist, Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester

Ethical Challenges of Devastating Brain Injury

Dr Monika Beatty, Consultant Intensivist, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh

Surgical Decision Making in Traumatic Brain Injury

Mr Michael Canty, Consultant Neurosurgeon, INS Glasgow

The Heart Of The Matter

Electrophysiology In The ICU

Dr Veronica Leach, Consultant Neurophysiologist, INS Glasgow

Neurological Management After Cardiac Arrest

Dr Matt Rowland, Consultant Intensivist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Pushing The Envelope

Stroke in the ICU

TBC

Research Priorities in Neuro-critical Care

Dr Matt Rowland, Consultant Intensivist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Previous Meetings

Infection Critical Care

17th May 2018

Provisional Programme 

 

Sepsis in Specific Populations

0900-0930

HIV and critical illness: an update

Alisdair MacConnachie, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

0930-1000

Infections of High Consequence

Erica Peters, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

1000-1030

Sepsis and Spore Formers: a public health perspective

Catriona Milosevic, Consultant in Public Health, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

 

1030-1100

Coffee

Sepsis: the appearance

Chair: Kevin Rooney, Royal Alexandra Hospital

1100-1130

Epidemiology of Sepsis: what does big data tell us

Derek Angus, Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Pittsburgh, USA

1130-1215

Novel Diagnostics

Paul Dark, Professor of Critical Care Medicine, University of Manchester, UK

1215-1245

Genetics of host susceptibility to severe sepsis

Kenneth Baillie, Consultant and Senior Clinical Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh

1245-1345

Lunch

 

Sepsis: the approach

Chair: Alan Davidson, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

1345-1415

The personalised approach to sepsis

Derek Angus, Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Pittsburgh, USA

1415-1445

Vitamins and steroids: the silver bullet?

Alex Puxty, Consultant in Intensive Care, Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

1445-1515

Something old, something new: adjunctive therapies in sepsis

Duncan Wyncoll, Consultant in Intensive Care, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London

1515-1530

Coffee

 

Challenges in nosocomial infections

1530-1600

Antibiotic stewardship: preventing an impending disaster

Andrew Seaton, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

1600-1630

Preventing nosocomial infection on the ICU

Duncan Wyncoll, Consultant in Intensive Care, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London

Renal

30th November 2017

  • Acute Kidney Injury
    • Biomarkers in the diagnosis of acute kidney injury - Johan Martensson, Consultant Intensivist, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
    • The London AKI Network - Marlies Ostermann, Consultant Intensivist and Nephrologist, Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital, London
    • Perioperative acute kidney injury -John Prowle, Consultant Intensivist and Nephrologist, Royal London Hospital, London
    • Update on Renal vasculitis - Kate Stevens, Consultant Nephrologist, Queen Elizabeth University, Glasgow
  • Renal transplantation
    • The nephrologist's view of transplants on the ICU - Patrick Mark Consultant Nephrologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
    • The surgeon's view of transplants on the ICU - David Kingsmore, Consultant Transplant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
    • Protecting the native kidney - Marlies Ostermann, Consultant Intensivist and Nephrologist, Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital, London
  • Fluids and the kidney
    • The pathophysiology of oedema under the steady state Starling principle - Tom Woodcock, Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist, Southampton
    • The role of fluid excess in AKI - Johann Martensson, Consultant Intensivist, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • Pro-Con: This house believes the kidney to justifiably be used as a sacrifical organ in the critically ill - For: John Prowle, Consultant Intensivist and Nephrologist, Royal London Hospital, London, Against: Paul Gamble, Consultant Intensivist and Nephrologist, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen

Online booking for the Renal Critical Care Meeting has now closed


Respiratory

24th August 2017

This event has been awarded 5 CPD points by the Royal College of Anaesthetists

Respiratory Critical Care is a meeting for all healthcare professionals involved in the management of respiratory failure and respiratory pathology within the critical care environment.

  • Advanced Ventilation
    • Airway Pressure Release Ventilation - Martyn Hawkins, Consultant Intensivist,  Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert
    • Neurally-adjusted Ventilatory Assist - James Ruddy, Consultant Intensivist, Monklands Hospital, Airdrie
    • Patient Ventilator Asynchrony - Luigi Camporota, Consultant Intensivist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London
    • Ventilation Beyond the Hospital - Scott Davidson, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
  • Respiratory Disease on the Intensive Care Unit
    • Interstitial Lung Disease - Steve Bicknell Consultant Respiratory Physician, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
    • Lung Transplant - James Lordan, Consultant Transplant Physician,Freeman Hospital Transplant Service, Newcastle upon Tyne
    • Cystic Fibrosis and NIV - Stephen Thomson and Chris Carlin, Consultant Respiratory Physicians, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
    • Advances in Pleural Medicine - Kevin Blyth, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
  • Adjuncts to Respiratory Failure
    • The Future of Extracorporeal Respiratory Support - Nick Barrett, Consultant Intensivist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London
    • Perfluorocarbons - Carl Davis, Consultant Surgeon and Intensivist, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow
    • Chest CT Interpretation - David Stobo, Consultant Respiratory Radiologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
  • Pro-Con: This house believes that the Intensivist who can ventilate effectively has no need for extracorporeal respiratory support. Martin Hughes, Consultant Intensivist, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow; Ian Scott, Consultant Intensivist, Intensive Care Unit, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
 

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