Managing Deteriorating Conditions 2022
Online Conference Series

Managing Deteriorating Conditions Online Sessions 2022 will examine funding, priorities and innovation relating to their management. Recognition of deterioration has been made a priority area by NHS as it seeks to focus upon key areas. What advances are being made in the recognition and treatment of Sepsis?

Managing Deteriorating Conditions Online Sessions will explore those issues and more in a series of online broadcasts. Delegates will be able to interact and ask their questions of our participants in live online sessions

Running throughout September/October/November 2022

Conference Programme

You can register for the full conference series at the bottom of the page…

Sepsis: Improving clinical outcomes and the power of new rapid diagnostics

Live Webinar on Thursday 29th September @ 1:00pm BST

Sepsis, the bodies overwhelming response to an infection which if not treated effectively can lead to tissue damage, organ failure and even death. Sepsis has always been a challenge to diagnose, however with the improvement of clinical guidelines and rapid diagnostics, the future looks bright. Please join our panel of experts who will guide you through their experiences. UK, are we ready for the next generation of diagnostics?

Dr. Ron Daniels – Chief Executive – UK Sepsis Trust

Siân Annakin – Deteriorating Patient Lead – Deteriorating Patient Team – Russell’s Hall Hospital

Dr. Sandy Estrada – Clinical Pharmacist – Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial stewardship – Medical Affairs expert

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Kidney deterioration and failure

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Becky Bonfield – Lead Advanced Nurse Practitioner – University of Southampton & Association for Nephrology Nurses.

Harnessing the Power of Advanced Diagnostics.

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Examining the NHS investment in Diagnostics and benefits to patients and practitioners

Doris-Ann Williams MBE – Chief Executive – British In vitro Diagnostics Association.

Sepsis – The Landscape for Research and Development.

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Kenny Ajayi – Programme Director for Patient Safety – Imperial College Health Partners.

The imminent threat of AMR – What can we do?

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Abid Hussain – Associate Medical Director – Consultant Medical Microbiologist – Infection Control Doctor – Deputy Clinical Services Lead – University Hospitals Birmingham.

The recognition of the deteriorating patient in the out-of-hospital environment.

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Mark Ainsworth Smith MBE – Consultant Pre-Hospital Care Practitioner – South Central Ambulance Service NHS FT

The Peripheral Arterial Disease Quality Improvement Programme.

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Andrew Garnham – The Vascular Society.

Sepsis – Time to Reassess

Pre-recorded Presentation on Thursday 13th October

Examining the “Statement on the initial antimicrobial treatment in sepsis” by the academy of medical royal colleges and considering what does that actually mean in practice?

Siân Annakin – Deteriorating Patient Lead – Deteriorating Patient Team – Russell’s Hall Hospital

Early Identification of Deteriorating Conditions

Live Webinar on Thursday 24th November @ 1:00pm BST

Exploring the impact of Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN): 2022/23 on identifying deteriorating conditions and advances in practice leading to earlier and improved patient care

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