State of the Art 2019

SOA19 PROGRAMME

SOA19 Programme

9th December 2019
08.00 - 10:00

Registration Desk Open, ICC Birmingham
Refreshments, SOAp box sessions & ePosters Viewing in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

AM 1
10.00 - 12.00
OPENING PLENARY (Session 1)
Room England, Hall 1
Chair(s): Ganesh Suntharalingam

10:00 Welcome Ganesh Suntharalingam (ICS President) & Steve Mathieu (ICS Conference Director)
10:15 Born to Survive? the Genetics of Life and Death Alice Roberts in conversation with Hugh Montgomery
10:45 A Gift of Life: Perspectives on Organ Donation and Deemed Consent Dale Gardiner, Paul Frost & Joanna Duckworth
11:25 Looking After Each Other in a Crisis: Lessons from Novichok Kate Jenkins
11:40 A Glance into the Future: What Will Be Next Game Changer for Critical Care? John Myburgh, Hannah Wunsch, Danny McAuley & Peter Brindley

Laura Vincent @VincentLauraj
12.00 - 13.30

LUNCH (provided), Symposia & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

PM 1
13.30 - 14.45
Room England
Hall 1
Session 2
CUTTING EDGE CARDIAC ARREST
Chair(s): Lara Prisco
13:30Innovating at the Frontline: Pre-Hospital ECPRBen Singer
13:45Keeping It Cool: TTM2 UpdateNiklas Nielsen
14:00ILCOR InsightsGavin Perkins
14:15Who Benefits? Predicting Neurological Outcomes and Survival After Cardiac Arrest Sara Gray
14:30Panel Conversation and QuestionsBen Singer, Niklas Nielsen, Gavin Perkins & Sara Gray
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 3
QUICK FIRE UPDATES
Chair(s): Stephen Wright
13:30CAR T-Cell Treatment: How New Immune Therapies May Change Critical CareMatthew Morgan
13:47Danger Beneath the LarynxLinda-Jayne Mottram
14:04Please Sir…Can I Have Some Less?John Myburgh
14:21Safe Staffing in ICU: Development of a New Nursing ModelRuth Endacott
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 4
CARE WITHOUT FRONTIERS
Chair(s): Paul Dark
13:30Confronting Ebola Rob Fowler
13:45Challenges of providing emergency and trauma surgery in the humanitarian contextJohan Von Schreeb
14:00Carers in The Firing line: Researching the Impact of Attacks on HealthcareLarissa Fast
14:15The WHO International Emergency Medical Teams Initiative: the UK contributionTony Redmond
14:30Panel Conversation and QuestionsRob Fowler, Johan Von Schreeb, Larissa Fast & Tony Redmond
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 5
SURFING THE SOUND WAVES
Chair(s): Segun Olusanya
13:30Making Ultrasound Resonate: Lessons from Down Under Sharon Kay
13:50Scanning the Horizon: The Future of Intensive Care US TrainingAshley Miller
14:00Moving Beyond the Individual: Departmental AccreditationTom Ingram
14:10Lieutenant or Admiral of the Ultrasound Waves: Does it matter? YES Tom Clark
14:20Lieutenant or Admiral of the Ultrasound Waves: Does it matter? NOMarcus Peck
14:30Panel Conversation and QuestionsSharon Kay, Ashley Miller, Tom Ingram, Marcus Peck & Tom Clarke
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 6
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ‘ORGAN DONATION’ APPROACH
Chair(s): Dale Gardiner & Philip Walton

Join the NHS Blood and Transplant team at SOA19 for an innovative forum theatre ahead of the legislation changes in spring 2020 surrounding organ donation. Pick the brains of the experts and get involved in choosing your own ‘organ donation’ approach. With your decisions shaping the outcome of a ‘live’ organ donation scenario on stage led by professional actors, you will have the opportunity to learn the key aspects of the ‘opt out’ system and how to deal with real-life situations

Please note, this session will be repeated with the aim to give all delegates the opportunity to attend

14.45 - 15.30

Refreshments, SOAp Box Sessions & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

PM 2
15.30 - 16.45
Room England
Hall 1
Session 7
EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE
Chair(s): Sarah Dyson & Danny McAuley
15:30Mechanical Ventilation: Looking for New Paradigms in Managing the Stressed Lung Tom Barnes
15:50Spontaneous Breathing in ARDSGiacomo Bellani
16:10Winning Weaning Together: An Interprofessional Approach Deena Costa
16:30Panel Conversation and QuestionsTom Barnes, Giacomo Bellani & Deena Costa
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 8
UPDATE ON ACUTE-ON-CHRONIC LIVER FAILURE
Chair(s): Nandan Gautam
15:30Who to Admit - Differentiating AoCLF from Advanced CirrhosisTony Whitehouse
15:50Liver Failure - Survival Depends on What You’ve Got and Where You Get It!Julia Wendon
16:10The Place of Albumin in the Management of Critically Ill Liver PatientsAlastair O’Brien
16:3010 Top Tips for AoCLF, Conversation and QuestionsTony Whitehouse, Julia Wendon & Alastair O’Brien
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 9
EVERYONE COUNTS: IMPROVING SURGICAL OUTCOMES
Chair(s): Jeremy Bewley
15:30Better Perioperative Care: Redesigning the PathwayRupert Pearse
15:45Prehabilitation: What Does It Mean, and Does It Work? June Davis
16:00Emergency Surgery: What Has Changed Since NELA? Sarah Hare
16:15The Higher Risk Surgical PatientShaman Jhanji
16:30Panel Conversation and QuestionsRupert Pearse, June Davis, Sarah Hare & Shaman Jhanji
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 10
WINDOWS TO CRITICAL ILLNESS: SKIN, EYES AND JOINTS
Chair(s): Jag Pooni
15:30Dermatological Emergencies: When the Skin Fails Richard Groves
15:50Ophthalmology: The Eye of the Storm Fiona Carley
16:10Joint Pains and Swelling in the Critically Ill. What Should I Consider?Jessica Manson
16:30Panel Conversation and QuestionsFiona Carley, Richard Groves & Jessica Manson
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 11
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ‘ORGAN DONATION’ APPROACH
Chair(s): Dale Gardiner & Philip Walton

Join the NHS Blood and Transplant team at SOA19 for an innovative forum theatre ahead of the legislation changes in spring 2020 surrounding organ donation. Pick the brains of the experts and get involved in choosing your own ‘organ donation’ approach. With your decisions shaping the outcome of a ‘live’ organ donation scenario on stage led by professional actors, you will have the opportunity to learn the key aspects of the ‘opt out’ system and how to deal with real-life situations

Please note, this is a repeat of the previous session, in order to give all delegates the opportunity to attend

PM 3
17.00 - 18.00
Session 12 - MDT DIARIES: A DAY THAT CHANGED MY PRACTICE
Mini-theatre in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)
Chair(s): Laura Vincent & Aoife Abbey

Judges: Simon Hayward, Nadan Gautam & Sandy Mather

“Thanks for Taking Time to Sit with Me and Reflect on the Death of My Son” Hywel Garrard
MDT Diaries: Critical Pain in Intensive Care Yasser Al-Raweshdy
8 Year Old VV-ECMO Patient – Let’s Get Up Chloe Meehan
A Simple “How Are You?” David Harvie
ICU or Torture Chamber? How I Learned to Humanise the Unit Joanna Mann
Humanising Critical Care Lucy Mires

17.00 - 18.30

Complimentary Drinks Reception, Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

10th December 2019
08.00 - 18:00

Registration Desk Open, ICC Birmingham
Refreshments, SOAp box sessions & ePosters Viewing in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

AM 2
08.15 - 09.00
THE SUNRISE SESSIONS
Room England
Hall 1
Session 13
IF WONDERLAND AND WONKA DID NUTRITION
Chair(s): Ella Terblanche & Rob Cronin
Every critical care Dietitian dreams of delivering nutritional perfection.
It was Charlie Buckets dream to find the golden ticket. What if Wonka did critical care nutrition?
Join us in taking a light hearted look at nutrition in Alice’s Wonderland and from the Wonka Chocolate Factory. You never know we may unearth the future of critical care nutrition
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 14
THE POWER OF NURSES
Chair(s): Andrea Baldwin

Speakers: Ruth Endacott, Kate Tantam, Natalie Pattison, Liz Staveacre & Jo-Anne Fowles

Presenting four bite size topics  exploring and debating the ‘Power of Nurses’, in contributing to the achievement of ICS values and strategic priorities: 1) Increasing the influence of nurses in critical care 2) Wake up to networking in your region! 3) Be inspired by the #rehablegend campaign 4) Post Registration nurse education – a funding dilemma?

Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 15
DEEP LEARNING IN ACTION
Chair(s): Marius Terblanche

In this quick and dirty live demonstration, learn how to train a deep neural network to predict mortality in the ICU

Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 16
PILATES CLASS
Chair(s): Charlotte Graetz

07:30 – 08:30 Come and join our Pilates class with an experienced instructor (and Critical Care nurse, Charlotte Graetz). Suitable for all levels. You can register for the class on the day. Please note the earlier start time

MAIN SESSIONS
AM 2
09.15 - 10.30
Room England
Hall 1
Session 18
SHOW ME THE EVIDENCE
Chair(s): Kathy Rowan
09:15Fluids - Flood or FamineJohn Myburgh & Anders Perner
09:35Blood Pressure Targets in Critical IllnessFrancois Lamontagne & Paul Mouncey
09:55When and How to Squeeze in Vasoplegic Shock?Hannah Wunsch & Anthony Gordon
10:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsJohn Myburgh, Anders Perner, Francois Lamontagne, Hannah Wunsch & Tony Gordon
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 19
SEDATION, DELIRIUM & MOBILITY
Chair(s): Stephen Wright & Julie Darbyshire
09:15Life after SPICE – When Should We Use Alpha-2-Agonists in the ICU?Tim Walsh
09:30Restraint on ICU: Rope, dope or hopeNitin Arora
09:45Psychologist Led Interventions for Delirious PatientsDorothy Wade
10:00Mind the Gap: Overcoming Barriers to Mobilisation in ICUDeena Costa
10:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsTim Walsh, Nitin Arora, Dorothy Wade & Deena Costa
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 20
NEUROIMAGING IN THE ICU
Chair(s): Jeremy Jones & Derek Smith

Jeremy Jones and Derek Smith from Radiopaedia will talk about the common and not-so-common neuro-diagnoses that we see in intensive-care. Radiopaedia teaching sessions are like no other radiology teaching you’ve had before: there will be audience polling, a quiz with prizes and full access to all the cases used in the session after the event. Come join them and level-up your neuroimaging skills.

Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 21
THE HEART OF SCIENCE
Chair(s): Nazir Lone & Lara Prisco
09:15Cholesterol TherapyMervyn Singer
09:30Troponin in Critical Care Patients and OutcomesAnnemarie Docherty
09:45Targeting the Vasculature in Sepsis: A Mean or an End?Simon Lambden
10:00The Right Heart in Critical IllnessSusanna Price
10:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsMervyn Singer, Anne Marie Docherty, Simon Lambden & Susanna Price
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 22
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ‘ORGAN DONATION’ APPROACH
Chair(s): Dale Gardiner & Philip Walton

Join the NHS Blood and Transplant team at SOA19 for an innovative forum theatre ahead of the legislation changes in spring 2020 surrounding organ donation. Pick the brains of the experts and get involved in choosing your own ‘organ donation’ approach. With your decisions shaping the outcome of a ‘live’ organ donation scenario on stage led by professional actors, you will have the opportunity to learn the key aspects of the ‘opt out’ system and how to deal with real-life situations

Please note, this is a repeat of the previous session, in order to give all delegates the opportunity to attend

10.30 - 11.15

Refreshments, SOAp Box Sessions & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

AM 3
11.15 - 12.30
Room England
Hall 1
Session 23
END OF LIFE CARE: THE FINAL FRONTIER
Chair(s): Matthew Morgan
11:15Rapid Response Teams. Can They Improve End of Life Care?Alex Psirides
11:30Completing a Life Well, Not Dying a Death BadlyRob George
11:45Cultural, Ethnic and Religious Considerations at the End of LifeRob Fowler
12:00Challenges in End of Life Care: Clinical and Research Priorities for Patients, Families and StaffNatalie Pattison
12:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsAlex Psirides, Rob George, Rob Fowler & Natalie Pattison
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 24
RESEARCH PRIORITISATION EXERCISE
Chair(s): Jeremy Bewley

11:15 Welcome

11:20 Corticosteroid Response and Gene Expression in Septic Shock (CRESS) Trial David Antcliffe Review abstract

11:33 Spironolactone for Survivors of Critical Illness (SSCILL) Mansoor Bangash Review Abstract

11:46 Small Volume Resuscitation and Supplementation with Hyperoncotic Albumin in Septic Shock (SWIPE-2) Jonathan Bannard-Smith Review abstract

11:59 The Use of Mucoactive Drugs for Critically Ill Patients with Acute Respiratory Failure in Intensive Care Bronwen Connolly Review abstract

12:12 Improving Mental Health Outcomes in Family Members of Critically Ill Patients with Family Support and Engagement Intervention Valerie Page Review abstract

12:25 Voting and Session Close

Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 25
LET'S MAKE QUALITY CRITICAL
Chair(s): Liz Staveacre & Paul Dean
11:15The Science of Improvement as It Relates to Quality in the ICUKevin Rooney
11:35Improving the Evidence for Improving HealthcareMary Dixon-Woods
11:55GIRFT: Tackling Variations in QualityAnna Batchelor
12:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsKevin Rooney, Mary Dixon-Woods & Anna Batchelor
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 26
THE CAULDRON - IF I HAD A MILLION DOLLARS...
Chair(s): Laura Vincent & Aoife Abbey
The Dragons: Hugh Montgomery, Peter Brindley & Julie Highfield
11:15Is Your House on Fire Yet?Eleanor Damm
11:30Champagne, Anyone?Rachel Jones
11:45Plan A is Bonefish Cay...Charlie Pope
12:00Anticipating Intensive Care Admission – “Pre-ICU”Eleanor Richards
12:15A Name Changer: The IPCUGuy Parsons
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 27
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ‘ORGAN DONATION’ APPROACH
Chair(s): Dale Gardiner & Philip Walton

Join the NHS Blood and Transplant team at SOA19 for an innovative forum theatre ahead of the legislation changes in spring 2020 surrounding organ donation. Pick the brains of the experts and get involved in choosing your own ‘organ donation’ approach. With your decisions shaping the outcome of a ‘live’ organ donation scenario on stage led by professional actors, you will have the opportunity to learn the key aspects of the ‘opt out’ system and how to deal with real-life situations

Please note, this is a repeat of the previous session, in order to give all delegates the opportunity to attend

12.30 - 14.00

LUNCH (provided), Symposia & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

PM 1
14.00 - 15.15
Room England
Hall 1
Session 28
REHABILITATION AFTER CRITICAL ILLNESS
Chair(s): Peter Brindley
14:00Back from the Brink: Diggs' StoryDamon Beard, Susie Calvert & Steve Mathieu
14:15Early Mobilisation - Where Are We Now?Eve Corner
14:30Occupational Hazards: OT in Critical CareJames Bruce
14:45Visualising Patient Recovery Kate Tantam
15:00Panel Conversation and QuestionsDamon Beard, Susie Calvert, Steve Mathieu, Eve Corner, James Bruce, & Kate Tantam
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 29
RARE DIAGNOSES AND MEDICAL MIMICS
Chair(s): Gary Masterson
14:00Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis: Secrets of the Great MimickerJessica Manson
14:20Reno-Pulmonary SyndromesSteve Brett
14:40Unusual Disorders of ConsciousnessSaiju Jacob
15:00Panel Conversation and QuestionsJessica Manson, Steve Brett & Saiju Jacob
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 30
TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
Chair(s): Laura Vincent & Shond Laha
14:00AI in Healthcare 101Marius Terblanche
14:15Tomorrow's Medicine TodayRick Body
14:30Using Technology to Understand the Complexities of Teamwork and SafetyRob Gatherer
14:45Disrupting TechnologyMolly Gilmartin
15:00Panel Conversation and QuestionsMarius Terblanche, Rick Body, Rob Gatherer & Molly Gilmartin
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 31
ORAL PLATFORM PRIZE PRESENTATIONS
Chair(s): Nazir Lone, Anders Perner & Ruth Endacott
14:00Welcome
14:05Risk Factors for ESRD Following Critical CareDavid Harrison
14:18A Qualitative Exploration of Staff Perceptions of Safety and Missed Care in Adult Intensive Care (ICU)Clare Leon-Villapalos
14:31Impact of ACCP Led Rib Fracture Analgesia ServiceNigel Manning
14:44Core-Peripheral Temperature Difference Assessed by Thermal Imaging and Its Association with Illness Severity in SepsisMatt Charlton
14:57SCARF: Supporting Community Recovery and Reducing Readmission Risk Following Critical Illness: From Research to PracticeJo Thompson
15:10Session Close
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 32
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ‘ORGAN DONATION’ APPROACH
Chair(s): Dale Gardiner & Philip Walton

Join the NHS Blood and Transplant team at SOA19 for an innovative forum theatre ahead of the legislation changes in spring 2020 surrounding organ donation. Pick the brains of the experts and get involved in choosing your own ‘organ donation’ approach. With your decisions shaping the outcome of a ‘live’ organ donation scenario on stage led by professional actors, you will have the opportunity to learn the key aspects of the ‘opt out’ system and how to deal with real-life situations

Please note, this is a repeat of the previous session, in order to give all delegates the opportunity to attend

15.15 - 16.00

Refreshments, SOAp Box Sessions & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

PM 2
16.00 - 17.15
Room England
Hall 1
Session 33
PATIENT SAFETY & A JUST CULTURE
Chair(s): Shaun Lintern

Patient Safety and a Just Culture – Extended Panel Conversation and Q&As

David Sellu

Stephen Drage

Jenny Vaughan

Scott Morrish

Matthew McClelland

Shaun Lintern

 

Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 34
NEURO-EMERGENCIES
Chair(s): Manni Waraich
16:00Subarachnoid HaemorrhageMatthew Rowland
16:20Seizure Management in Critical Care Lara Prisco
16:40Neurocritical Care Management of Ischaemic StrokeTonny Veenith
17:00Panel Conversation and QuestionMatthew Rowland, Lara Prisco & Tonny Veenith
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 35
TRAUMA
Chair(s): Nandan Gautam
16:00Civil-Military Relationships: Learning from Each OtherClaire Park
16:15A Tale of Two Countries: Trauma Care in the UK and the USAZaf Qasim
16:30The Management of Blunt Chest Wall TraumaCeri Battle
16:45Major Trauma Is Now 2 Different DiseasesTim Coats
17:00Panel conversation and questionsClaire Park, Zaf Qasim, Ceri Battle & Tim Coats
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 36
DAVID BENNETT SESSION
Chair(s): Bronwen Connolly
Integrating Clinical Excellence and Research in Intensive Care MedicineJohn Myburgh

 

John Myburgh, in conversation with Bronwen Connolly

Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 37
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ‘ORGAN DONATION’ APPROACH
Chair(s): Dale Gardiner & Philip Walton

Join the NHS Blood and Transplant team at SOA19 for an innovative forum theatre ahead of the legislation changes in spring 2020 surrounding organ donation. Pick the brains of the experts and get involved in choosing your own ‘organ donation’ approach. With your decisions shaping the outcome of a ‘live’ organ donation scenario on stage led by professional actors, you will have the opportunity to learn the key aspects of the ‘opt out’ system and how to deal with real-life situations

Please note, this is a repeat of the previous session, in order to give all delegates the opportunity to attend

17.15 - 18.30

Complimentary Drinks Reception & Live Music, Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

17.45 - 18.30

Annual General & Members Meeting, Room Northern Ireland (Hall 10)

20.00 - LATE

SOA PARTY – Join Us at the Jam House for Drinks, Canapes, Band & DJ

11th December 2019
08.00 - 18.00

Registration Desk Open, ICC Birmingham
Refreshments, SOAp box sessions & ePosters Viewing in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

AM 1
08.15 - 09.00
THE SUNRISE SESSIONS
Room England
Hall 1
Session 38
CRITICAL CARE THERAPY WORKFORCE PROJECT
Chair(s): Paul Twose, Sarah Dyson & Simon Hayward

Calling all AHP’s and other interested parties! Here is your chance to influence and contribute to our workforce project exploring the role, current census and future recommendations for therapy staffing within critical care.

Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 39
EMERGENCY EVACUATION OF THE ICU
Chair(s): Fiona Kelly & Marghanita Jenkins

Following an emergency evacuation of the ICU in Bath because of a fire, we will discuss what worked well during the evacuation and what we have learnt from this event. Share your experiences and thoughts and help us make future guidance to ensure we are all fully prepared

Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 40
2020 PRIORITIES FOR LEAG
Chair(s): Stephen Webb

Speakers: Sandy Mather & Rob Tobin

Come and meet the new members of the ICS Legal and Ethical Advisory Group. Contribute your ideas to our priorities for 2020 & learn more about advanced decisions and discuss some legal & ethical dilemmas to inform your clinical practice!

Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 41
PILATES CLASS
Chair(s): Charlotte Graetz

07:30 – 08:30 Come and join our Pilates class with an experienced instructor (and Critical Care nurse, Charlotte Graetz). Suitable for all levels. You can register for the class on the day. Please note the earlier start time

Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 42
CRITICAL CARE OUTREACH PRACTITIONER COMPETENCIES
Chair(s): Lesley Durham

Speakers – Claire Horsfield, Andrea Baldwin & Jane Dean

Opportunities for developing Critical Care Outreach Teams. A multi-professional task and finish group has been established to develop a nationally recognised Professional Development Framework incorporating 3 levels of practice; Enhanced, Advanced and Consultant. We will update you with progress so far and the opportunity to engage and shape the framework. Join us for this interactive workshop, we want to hear your views!

MAIN SESSIONS
AM 2
09.15 - 10.30
Room England
Hall 1
Session 43
THRIVING AFTER CRITICAL CARE
Chair(s): Sarah Dyson & Jeremy Groves
09:15Long Term Outcomes after Critical IllnessHannah Wunsch
09:30Continuing Support Needs After ICU (SNAC)Brenda O’Neil
09:45Pathways for Follow upJames Bruce
10:00Avoiding Medicine Mayhem in ICU SurvivorsPamela MacTavish
10:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsHannah Wunsch, Brenda O’Neil, James Bruce & Pamela MacTavish
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 44
SHOCKING CASES – DESPERATE TIMES, DESPERATE MEASURES
Chair(s): Alastair Proudfoot & Sara Gray
09:15Welcome to the Cardiogenic Shock Team Sara Gray
09:25Shock Teams in the Management of Cardiovascular Collapse: A Call to Action Alastair Proudfoot
09:35Live Demo: That Friday Feeling; VT Storm in a DGH 20 Miles AwaySara Gray, Alastair Proudfoot, Claire Park, Zaf Qasim, Segun Olusanya & Sern Lim
10:00Live Demo: A Sense of Timing Is a Mark of Genius; When to Switch to MCSSara Gray, Alastair Proudfoot, Claire Park, Zaf Qasim, Segun Olusanya & Sern Lim
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 45
THE NUTRITION RECIPES
Chair(s): Richard Innes
09:15How to Feed the Patient with Acute Kidney InjuryMarlies Ostermann
09:30How to Feed the Obese PatientRob Cronin
09:45How to Minimise Unnecessary FastingElla Terblanche
10:00How to Get Patients Eating Again Neresha Maistry
10:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsMarlies Ostermann, Rob Cronin, Ella Terblanche & Neresha Maistry
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 11
Session 46
BUILDING BETTER ICUs
Chair(s): Ganesh Suntharalingam
09:15Shining a Light on Circadian RhythmsDavid Ray
09:35Noise in the ICUJulie Darbyshire
09:55Making It Happen: The Torbay ExperiencePeggy Christie & Richard Walker
10:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsDavid Ray, Julie Darbyshire, Peggy Christie & Richard Walker
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 47
THE ICS GOLD MEDAL
Chair(s): Jeremy Bewley, Natalie Pattison & Kenneth Baillie
09:15Welcome
09:20Establishing Learning Health Systems in Low and Middle Income CountriesAbi Beane
09:35Understanding Stress-Driven Genomic Reprogramming and Its Consequences in Critical IllnessAlasdair Jubb
09:50A Novel Clinical Monitor Combining NADH Fluorescence and Tissue Haemoglobin Saturation to Assess the Adequacy of Tissue PerfusionChris Smart
10:05The REFLECT Study: A Mixed-Methods Research Programme Investigating Care Following Intensive Care DischargeSarah Vollam
10:20Session Close
10.30 - 11.15

Refreshments, SOAp Box Sessions & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

AM 2
11.15 - 12.30
Room England
Hall 1
Session 48
THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE WORK…
Chair(s): Hugh Montgomery
11:15Thinking: Voices in My Head – Self-Doubt and Self-CompassionSara Gray
11:35Speaking: The Science and Art of ConversationElizabeth Stokoe
11:55Action: Civility Saves Lives – How We Treat Each Other MattersChris Turner
12:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsSara Gray, Elizabeth Stokoe & Chris Turner
Room Scotland
Hall 11
Session 49
UK CRITICAL CARE RESEARCH: COMING OF AGE
Chair(s): John Myburgh & Bronwen Connolly
11:15ICNARC 25 Years to Now – the History of an IdeaSteve Brett
11:35NIHR: Building Collaborative Networks to Deliver Research Priorities in Critical CarePaul Dark
11:55The Roadmap to UK Critical CareNatalie Pattison
12:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsSteve Brett, Paul Dark & Natalie Pattison
Room Wales
Hall 9
Session 50
THE KIDNEYS
Chair(s): Jeremy Groves
11:15Fluid and Haemodynamic Management in AKIMarlies Ostermann
11:30Biomarkers for Early Detection and Predicting Outcomes in AKILui Forni
11:45Challenges of Drug Prescribing in Renal Failure and during RRTEmma Graham-Clarke
12:00Mechanisms of Drug Induced Kidney InjuryCelia Bradford
12:15Panel Conversation and QuestionsMarlies Ostermann, Lui Forni, Emma Graham-Clarke and Celia Bradford
Room Northern Ireland
Hall 10
Session 51
SEPSIS UNPLUGGED
Chair(s): Hannah Wunsch & Liz Staveacre
11:15Does Vitamin C Lessen Organ Dysfunction?Francois Lamontagne
11:35What Is the Risk of Death in Sepsis Survivors?Manu Shankar-Hari
11:55Sepsis HysteriaMervyn Singer
12:15Panel conversation and questionsFrancois Lamontagne, Manu Shankar-Hari, Mervyn Singer & Hannah Wunsch
Room Birmingham
Hall 5
Session 52
SHOWCASING WEST MIDLANDS
Chair(s): Teresa Melody & Catherine Snelson
11:15600 Transfers and Counting: Road to Success for ACCPGavin Denton
11:35Gamification of ICU RehabilitationCharlotte Small
11:55Research in West MidlandsGavin Perkins
12:15Panel conversation and questionsGavin Denton, Charlotte Small & Gavin Perkins
12.30 - 14.00

LUNCH (provided), Symposia & ePosters Viewing and Judging in Exhibition Area (Hall 3)

14.00 - 16.30
CLOSING PLENARY
Room England, Hall 1
Chair(s): Kenneth Baillie & Natalie Pattison
Aoife Abbey @WhistlingDixie4
14:00 - 14:10
AWARD ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PRIZE GIVING

ePoster; Oral Platform Presentation; MDT Diaries; The Cauldron; RPE & ICS Gold Medal Ganesh Suntharalingam

14:10 - 15:15
HOT TOPICS

14:10 Detecting Sepsis before It Happens! Roman Lukaszewski
14:30 Blood Culture Results Before and After Antimicrobial Administration in Patients With Severe Manifestations of Sepsis: A Diagnostic Study (FABLED) David Sweet
14:45 The Association between Supra-Physiologic Arterial Oxygen Levels and Mortality in Critically Ill Patients Edward Palmer
15:00 SepTIC – Anthony Gordon

15:15 - 16:15
THE EDITORS CUT

15:15 The Editors Top Published Paper of 2019
Chair(s): Bronwen Connolly & Dan Martin
Nick Hart – Joint Editor-in-Chief, Thorax
Steve Brett – Associate Editor, Critical Care
Hannah Wunsch – Associate Editor, American Thoracic Society Journals
Anders Perner – Deputy Editor, Intensive Care Medicine

& special guest in the ‘Statistical Corner’ – David Harrison

16:15 Close

 

16:15 - 16:30
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