Wednesday 2nd October 2013
The Durham Centre, Belmont Industrial Estate, Durham, DH1 1TN
Topics & Key Speakers
Adult Critical Care – Clinical Reference Group (CRG) – Dr Jane Eddlestone, Consultant Intensivist, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Chair of Adult Critical Care Clinical Reference Group
Trauma Network Update – Dr Dave Bramley, Emergency Medicine Consultant, City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust & Northern Trauma Network Medical Lead
Regional Weaning Units – Naz Lone, Advanced Critical Care Trainee
North of England – Assisted Ventilation Service: Interactions with Critical Care – Alison Armstrong, Respiratory Nurse Specialist, The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Implications for Critical Care; Francis Report – Joanna McBride, Network Manager NoECCN
The South Tees Experience Implementing NEWS – Lindsay Garcia, Critical Care Directorate Manager, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The Development of Acute Response Team (ART); The Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust – Hilary Lloyd, Assistant Director of Nursing & Caroline Lane, Acute Response Team Lead, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust
Simulation in Critical Care – Alan Platt, Senior Lecturer, Northumbria University
Area Teams and the new NHS Structures – Mike Prentice, Medical Director, Cumbria Northumberland Tyne and Wear Area Team
PICU Update: NECTAR Project – Iain Johnstone, Consultant Intensivist in Paediatrics, Great North Children’s Hospital & Medical Lead for North of England Critical Care Network & Lynda Pittilla, Retrieval Coordinator, The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & Paediatric Lead Nurse, North of England Critical Care Network
The role of the HCA in Rehabilitation after Critical Illness – Aileen Rooney, Nurse Practitioner, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust
Following the success of the network awards held at the NoECCN Conference last year, we would like to continue to celebrate the achievements and excellent work that is on-going with our region.
We are calling for you to nominate your colleagues for one of the following categories below.
Please give a short account using the following sub headings
Team of the Year Award
- Multi-disciplinary nature
- Time & effort involved
- Objective Improvements/Potential for external adoption
- Strategic nature of the work
- Clinical governance
- Patient Care or Service Improvement Award
- Measure benefit
- Addresses a recognised need
- Responsibility involved
- Educational Achiever of the Year Award
- Objective achievements
- Impact to the workplace/organisation
Please submit your nominations to myself by 20th September 2013
The Awards will be presented at the NoECCN Annual Conference on 2nd October 2013
**Call for Posters** at the Annual NoECCN Conference – 2nd October 2013
The NoECCN team would like to invite you to come along and share the excellent work you have been doing within your units in a poster format.
The network are happy to provide help if you require any advice or would like a poster template to use (please contact us for this).
For further information please see the website www.noeccn.org.uk or contact myself.
Please inform the team if you are bringing a poster on the day so we know how many poster boards we will need.
There is a prize for the best poster!