SOA22 PROGRAMME

3 DAYS I 4 STREAMS I 100+ EXPERT SPEAKERS | 1000+ PARTICIPANTS

DAY 1 (29 JUNE)

9:00

Registration and arrival refreshments, exhibition and networking

10.00 - 12:00
Moderator: Avinash Jha

 

1a. Conference Opening

Sandy Mather, Stephen Webb

 

1b. The COVID Global Response

Chair: John Myburgh, Stephen Webb

Kevin Fong, Shiela Myatra, Djillali Annane

 

1c. The human in the machine - what do patients really want?

Chair: Aoife Abbey

Kathryn Mannix, Lawrence McCrossan, Chris Bassford, Rob Tobin, Katie Tantam

 

1d. The New Revolution in Healthcare Learning

Chair: Nitin Arora

Adrian Wong, Segun Olusanya, Sadie Diamond-Fox, Mark Forrest

 

12.00 - 13.30
Lunch,  Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break

MINI THEATRE

12.00 - 13.30

Evidence For High Flow Nasal Therapy In Hypercapnic Respiratory Failure - need for action

Sponsored by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Murali Shyamsundar

ROOM 1

AUDITORIUM

STUDIO

MEETING ROOM 3

MEETING ROOM 4

13.30 - 14:45

2a. Critical Airway

Moderator: PJ Zolfaghari

Chair: Linda-Jayne Mottram

 

The Project for Universal Management of Airways (PUMA) - what does it mean for ICU?

Sheila Myatra

Andy Higgs

 

Human Factors in ICU Difficult Airway Management

Fiona Kelly

 

Videolaryngoscopy in Emergency and Critical Care: Recommendations and Evidence Base

Tim Cook

 

Panel Debate

2b. The New C word: How I treat COVID-19 in 2022

Moderator: Sadie Diamond-Fox

Chair: Marlies Ostermann

 

How I ventilate

Danny McAuley

 

Conventional therapies

Djillali Annane

 

The state of play with biologic treatments

Naz Lone

 

The wider impact of COVID-19 on the UK and the NHS

Stuart McDonald

 

Panel Discussion and Q&A

2c. Crossing the Communication Barrier - Speech and Language in the ICU

Moderator: Danielle Bear

Chair: Sarah Wallace

 

We're Only Human After All - The Impact of Voicelessness on Patients

Helen Newman

 

Your Nightmare is Over

Michael Brett

 

Look Who's Talking

Aeron Ginnelly

 

AAC: Easy as 1, 2, 3?

Louise Rose

 

Panel Debate

2d. ABCD of intensive care

Moderator: Sarah Scott

Chair: Fran Tait

 

The Glycocalyx for Dummies

Ashley Miller

 

Ultrasound guideline tips and and tricks

Emma Jackson

 

What is wrong with stats in ICM

Nick Plummer

 

Sodium Disorders

Jonny Wilkinson

 

Safety and never events on ICU

Matt Beadle

 

Facing FFICM

Segun Olusanya

 

14:45 - 15:30

Refreshments, Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break 

MINI THEATRE

14.55 -15.10

 

Haemodynamic Monitoring Video

Sponsored by Vygon

15:30 - 16:45

AUDITORIUM

3a. Respiratory Critical Care: The Cutting Edge

Moderator: Jeremy Bewley

Chair: Bronwen Connolly

 

Advances in lung injury: a dialogue

Nuala Meyer

 

Diagnosis and treatment of lung infection in ICU

John Simpson

 

Stromal cell therapy in ARDS and COVID-19 - The REALIST trial

Ellen Gorman

 

The emerging role of respiratory support units

Ben Messer

 

Joint Q&A / Panel discussion

STUDIO

3b. Point of Care Ultrasound

Moderator: Fran Trait

Chair: Ashley Miller

 

Butterflies in the brain - Introduction to NeuroPOCUS

Aarti Sarwal

 

RIght Heart Ultrasound

Hannah Conway

 

Clinical Application of Venous Excess Ultrasound (VExUS)

Phillipe Rola

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 3

3c. Diversity in ICU: Reflecting Those We Serve

Moderator: Danni Bear

Chair: Sekina Bakare

 

The IMG & International Nurse Experience in UK Critical Care

Mariam Amoran
Shashi Chandrashekaraiah

 

Micro-Aggressions and Work Culture

Rosie Baruah

 

Allyship & an Ethical Approach to Inclusivity

Xander Stephenson Allen

 

Diversity in the UK national workforce - NIHR intersectionality data

Paul Dark

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 4

3d. The ethics of care: futility or functional gain?

Moderator: Emma Jackson

Chair: Victoria Metaxa

 

The legal framework

Rob Tobin

 

Ethical factors

Robin Gill

 

Caring for COVID patients who seem to have little chance of surviving – family/staff conflicts and long term impacts

Carla Daly

 

A patient with devastating brain injury

Paul Kenny

 

An international perspective

John Myburgh

 

Panel Debate

17:00 - 18:00

Welcome Drinks in the Exhibition Hall

End of Day 1

DAY 2 (30 JUNE)

8:15

Registration and arrival refreshments, exhibition and networking

ROOM 1

AUDITORIUM

STUDIO

MEETING ROOM 3

MEETING ROOM 4

9:00 - 10:30

AUDITORIUM

4a. It's legal but is it right? Organ donation and best interests

Moderator: Jeremy Bewley

Chair: Dale Gardiner

 

Welcome & Update on UK Deemed Consent

Dale Gardiner

 

The Story Behind Dáithí’s Law

Máirtín Mac Gabhann, Seph Ni Mheallain

 

Introduction and Background of the Donation Actions Framework

Tom Billyard

 

A Live Action Performance: How to use the Donation Actions Framework

Helen Buglass

Amy Preston (SNOD)

Karen Otty (SNOD)

 

Formal launch of the UK Donation Actions Framework

Paul Dean

STUDIO

4b. Applying Science to Aid: Evidence-Based Humanitarian Healthcare

Moderator: Jonny Wilkinson

Chair: Paul Dark

 

Standards for effective humanitarian healthcare

Tony Redmond

 

Evidence Aid: championing evidence-based humanitarian action

Mike Clarke

 

Aid in danger: impacts of violent attacks on healthcare

Larissa Fast

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 3

4c. Developing Multiprofessional Careers: Navigating a Career in Critical Care

Moderator: Fran Trait

Chair: Sadie Diamond-Fox, Emma Brereton

 

What promotes success as … a critical care clinician?

Gemma Jones

Sarah Cook

 

What promotes success as… a critical care researcher?

Brigitta Fazzini

Danielle Bear

 

What promotes success as ... a critical care educator

Becky Haylett

Sara Scott

 

What promotes success as... a critical care leader?

David Sapsford

Michaela Jones

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 4

4d. Clinical Education session – Rapid fire updates

Moderator: Avinash Jha

Chair: Sarah Marsh

 

Neuro ICM education for everyone

Jessie Welbourne

 

Key concepts in trauma management

Scott Grier

 

NAP 4/5/6 sudits – take home messages for ICM

Tim Cook

 

Non invasive respiratory support: what, why, how and where?

Ben Messer

 

Panel Debate

MINI THEATRE

9:15 - 10:30

Managing complex serious invasive fungal and gram-negative infections in ICU

Sponsored by Pfizer

Robert Krause, Lisa Nwankwo

10:30 - 11.15

Refreshments, Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break

MINI THEATRE

10.40 - 11.10

Supporting your clinical practice with the MultiFiltrate Pro

Sponsored by Fresenius Medical Care

 Speaker and topic coming soon...

11:15 - 12:30

AUDITORIUM

5a. Best Care for the Critically Ill Mother

Moderator: Sara Scott

Chair: Nuala Lucas

 

Maternal Medicine - An Intensivists Perspective

Katie Cranfield

 

The development of Enhanced Maternity Care

Debbie Horner

 

Maternal Medicine Networks

Lucy Mackillop

 

Panel Debate

STUDIO

5b. Research Prioritisation Exercise

Moderator: Fran Trait

Chairs: Nazir Lone, Marlies Ostermann

 

INtravenous iron and eryThropoietin to treat Anaemia following CriTical care-2 (INTACT-2)

Akshay Shah

 

DELTA-EEG (DELirium and ThiAmine-Electroencephalogram)

Cathy McKenzie

 

Neurally Adjusted Ventilatory Assist: A randomised, controlled, clinical and cost effectiveness trial

Daniel Hadfield

 

Airway Pressure Release Ventilation (APRV) vs conventional lung protective ventilation for patients with moderate to severe acute hypoxemic respiratory failure

Luigi Camporota

 

Audience Vote

MEETING ROOM 3

5c. Grand Designs: Building the Perfect ICU

Moderator: Jeremy Bewley

Chair: Julie Highfield

 

Building ICUs: a Phoenix from the Flames

Jonny Wilkinson

 

How to sleep well and why it matters for everyone [virtual]

Julie Darbyshire

 

Building ICUs...and not burning them down again

Fiona Kelly

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 4

5d. Global ICU: Networks Across Borders

Moderator: Nitin Arora

Chair: John Myburgh

 

Building a cross-border LMIC research network

Rashan Haniffa

 

Setting up RCTs in the Middle East

Prashant Nasa

 

North-South cross-border research in the British Isles & beyond

Kenny Baillie

 

Panel Debate

 

 

5e. MDT Diaries

Chairs;

Sandy Mather, Sarah Wallace, Nicki Credland, Reena Metha

 

A breath of fresh air

Christopher Marsh

 

Re-humanisation; recognising the person behind the patient

Naomi Watson

 

Born with resilience

Ellen Thompson

 

Would you mind putting my out of office notification on

Emma Jackson

12:45 - 13.45

 

Patient Deterioration and Enhanced Care

Sponsored by GE

Daniele Bryden

 

What lies beneath: The hidden threat of Invasive Fungal Disease in the ICU

Sponsored by Gilead

Duncan Wyncoll, Eavan Muldoon, Sarah Khorshid

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch, Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break

MINI THEATRE

13.20 - 13.35

Symposia Session

Sponsored by Verathon

Speaker and topic coming soon...

14:00 - 15:15

AUDITORIUM

6a. What Have We Learned About Transfers?

Chair:

Scott Grier

 

Adult Critical Care Transfer - When Reality Meets Dogma

Scott Grier

 

Improving the transfer care of time-critical neurosciences patients

Jessie Welbourne

 

The COVID-19 Pandemic: Serendipity and Critical Care Transfer

David Menzies

 

Maintaining, adapting and evolving: How transfer services continue to meet the needs of an ever-changing population

Brian Mullen

 

Panel Debate

STUDIO

6b. Pulse: Cardiovascular management

Chair: Alistair Proudfoot

 

Return of the PAC: The value of haemodynamic phenotyping in cardiogenic shock

Jason Katz

 

Drop the Pressure: Unloading and decongestion in the management of cariogenic shock

Sai Bhagra

 

Movin' on up: When to refer and what the heart transplant centres want to know

Veronica Baston

 

Josh's Story

 

The Times They Are A-Changin: the UK cardiogenic shock framework document

Peter McGuigan

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 3

6c. Planetary Life Support: Sustainability and the ICU clinician

Chair: Maria Romanello

 

The Race to a Net Zero NHS

Manraj Phull

 

The Sustainable ICU: An Oxymoron?!

Forbes McGain

 

Planetary emergency

Richard Hixson

 

What are we doing at the ICS?

Eleanor Damm

Sandy Mather

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 4

6d. Clinical equipoise and the science of uncertainty

Chair: Paul Dark

 

Learning for Dealing with Clinical Uncertainty in Healthcare

Richard Conn

 

Whose Choice is Equipoise in Clinical Trials?

Matt Morgan

 

Dealing with equipoise in clinical research

Mike Clarke

 

The Challenges of Embedding Clinical Research in Critical Care

Bronagh Blackwood

 

Panel Debate

 

6e. ICM and the global trainee

Chair: Fran Tait

 

United Kingdom Trainees - Intensive Care Society and Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine

Fran Tait

Cat Felderhof

 

European Trainees - European Society of Intensive Care Medicine

Stefan Schaller

Saraschandra Vallabhajosyual

 

Australian and New Zealand trainees - College of Intensive Care Medicine

Jaimie Henry

 

Q&A and Panel Discussion

 

15:15 - 16:00

Refreshments, Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break

MINI THEATRE

15.25 - 15.55

It’s time to talk about the last taboo: the link between our money and mind

Sponsored by Schroders

Mark French, Marcelo Rodriguez

16:00 - 17:15

AUDITORIUM

7a. Renal Response & Recovery

 

Chair: Marlies Ostermann

 

Emerging Pharmaceutical Therapies for AKI

Peter Pickkers

 

How I manage RRT in ICU

Marlies Ostermann

 

Drug Management during RRT

Reena Mehta

 

Reconfiguring Care for Critically Sick Patients with AKI

Paul Cockwell

 

Panel Debate

 

STUDIO

7b. Infection in the ICU - Science & Controversies

 

Rational use of PPE: were we protecting ourselves at the expense of patients? What shall we wear this winter?

Jennie Wilson

Paul Dean

Healthcare worker safety: aerosols and AGPs

Tim Cook

 

Who needs side rooms anyway? and other stories - Mythbusting in ICU infection control, and the costs of getting it wrong

Jennie Wilson, Natalie Pattinson

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 3

7c. Ultrasound

Chair: Marcus Peck, Ashley Miller

 

Brain-Body interactions - can POCUS help focus on neurological outcomes in critical care:

Aarti Sarwal

 

Abdominal Ultrasound

Cian McDermott

 

Practical Applications of TOE in ICU

Antonio Rubino

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 4

7d. Abstract Oral Presentations

Chair: Shondipon Laha

 

Baseline plasma interleukin-18 may allow identification of patients with the acute respiratory distress syndrome that benefit from simvastatin therapy

Andrew Boyle

 

Can eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing improve psychological recovery following COVID-19 related critical illness? The CovEMERALD feasibility trial

Andrew Bates

Defining a core outcome set for dysphagia intervention trials in intensive care

Sallyanne Duncan

 

Feasibility and Metabolic Analysis of the Use of Alternative Substrates in the Critically Ill Subject (ASICS)

Anne Langan

 

Outcomes of a Pilot Contribution Database for the ICU Pharmacy Team at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Sarah Cooke

 

Panel Debate

7e. Workshop: Deconstructing Debrief

Richard Conn, Walter Eppich, Julie Highfield

20:00 - 00:00

Social Event, Dark Horse

End of Day 2

DAY 3 (1 JULY)

08:15

Registration and arrival refreshments, exhibition and networking 

ROOM 1

AUDITORIUM

STUDIO

MEETING ROOM 3

MEETING ROOM 4

09:15 - 10:30

AUDITORIUM

8a. You only live twice: rehabilitation after ICU

Chair: David McWilliams

Making sense of the rehabilitation workforce data

Paul Twose

 

Increasing Awareness and Diagnosis of Dysphagia

Sarah Wallace

 

Where Are We Now With Delirium Prevention?

Manuel Martin Del Canizo

 

Combating Malnutrition On and Off the ICU

Danni Bear

Abandonment

Sarah Vollum

 

The view from the hoist - a patient perspective

Jonathan Newell

 

Panel Debate

 

STUDIO

8b. Resuscitation at the cutting edge

Chair: Jason Katz

 

Extracorporeal CPR

Simon Finney

 

Intra-cardiac Arrest Drugs

Gavin Perkins

 

Emergency Treatment of Anaphylaxis: New Guidelines

Jasmeet Soar

 

Temperature Control after Cardiac Arrest

Jerry Nolan

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 3

8c. Workforce: ICU in the next quarter century

Chairs: Sadie Diamond Fox, Andy Breen

 

Future Workforce: An International Perspective

Cora Presley

 

Future Workforce: Nursing

Nicki Credland and Derek Cribbin

 

Future Workforce: Pharmacy

Reena Mehta

David Sapsford

 

Future Workforce: Pharmacy

David Sapsford

 

Future Workforce: Advanced Practioners in Critical Care

Rick Faulkner

 

Future Workforce: Doctors

Paul Dean

 

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 4

8d. Why the '-omics' matter: emerging science in critical care

Chair: Nicole Juffermans

 

Insights from Immune Profiling in Critical Illness

Nuala Meyer

 

What genomics may mean for future ICU practice

Kenny Baillie

 

Where will metabolomics take us?

Zudin Puthucheary

 

Panel Debate

10:30 - 11:15

Refreshments, Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break

11:15 - 12:30

AUDITORIUM

9a. Intravenous Fluid Therapy: A case for change?

Chair: Jonny Wilkinson

 

Fluid therapy: What's the Harm?

Ashley Miller

 

Making Changes: Hospital-Wide Impact

Marcia McDougall

 

Can We Get It Right Across The Country? Implementation and Measurement.

Andy Breen

 

Panel Debate

STUDIO

9b. Small Humans: What can we learn from Paediatric Critical Care?

 

Transition from PCC to ACC: What Does Good Look Like? A Summary of the New Joint PCCS/ ICS Guidance.

Rum Thomas,Claire Windsor

 

Ways of Working: What I learned as an ICM trainee on a PICU

Chris Duncan

 

Paediatric Inflammatory Multisystem Syndrome (PIMS-TS),

Hari Krishnan

 

Clair Windsor

Panel Debate

MEETING ROOM 3

9c. Blood Music: Haematology in the ICU

 

Blood Transfusion during Critical Illness

Nicole Juffermans

 

CAR-T Cell Therapy and Implications for Critical Care

Victoria Metaxa

MEETING ROOM 4

9d. The Cauldron

Chair: Marina Romanello

Sarah Clarke 
Shashi Chandrashekaraiah
Steve Mathieu
Segun Olusanya

What I've learnt from Netflix

Rachel Jones

 

Training the Intensive Care Medicine leaders of the future: Another brick in the wall?

Zoe Brummell

 

Patchwork Quilts and French Plaits

Catherine Challifour

 

Intensive Care Consultant: Superhero or normal human being but more capable!

Sandra Gelvez Zapata

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch, Exhibition, EPoster viewing and networking break

MINI THEATRE

12:45 - 1:15

Rapid precision PCR diagnostics in Sepsis

Sponsored by Biomerieux

Andrew Walden

14:00 - 15:30

Closing Plenary

 

Awards

 

Crossing Mountains for Critical Care

Chair: Stephen Webb, Sandy Mather

 

Gary Pittaway, Sarah Sanders, Sarah Clarke, Mike Margarson

 

Care Under Fire

Chair: Julie Highfield

 

Stephanie Simmonds, Andrew Bates, Paul Dean and Sarah Wallace

 

Thank you and Goodbye

Stephen Webb, Sandy Mather

 

15:40

Conference Close

The programme for SOA22 is continually updated with new sessions and speakers.

The conference is supported by delegate fees and educational grants from various companies who have had no influence over the programme content or speaker choice. Sessions delivered with input from pharmaceutical and/or med tech companies are clearly shown on the programme