- 08.00AM – 09.00AMRegistration, Coffee & Networking
- 09:00AM - 09:10AMChairs Opening Comments
- 09:10AM - 09:30AMRecognizing and responding to the deteriorating patient, Driving improvement standardising language and practice within and between healthcare organisations.
Speaker: Matt Inada Kim, National Clinical Advisor on Sepsis and Deterioration, Hampshire Hospitals (Confirmed Via Video Link)
- 09:30AM - 09:50AMPIER – Focusing on Identification and Early Escalation of soft signs of deterioration in whatever healthcare setting
Speaker: Daniel Hodgkiss, Patient Safety Assistant Programme Manager, WMAHSN (Confirmed)
- 09:50AM - 10:10AMSystem Problem; System Thinking; System Solution: Building the Bacterial Infection and Sepsis (BIS) Insights Dashboard’
Speaker: Kenny Ajayi, Programme Director - Patient Safety, Imperial College Health Partners (Confirmed)
- 10:10AM - 10:30AMT.B.C
Speaker - Dr Chris Carey, Clinical Lead, Health Education England. RCoA Council Member. (Confirmed)
- 10:30AM - 10:40AMQuestions
- 10:40AM - 11:10AMMorning Coffee & Networking
- 11:10AM - 11:50AMIndustry Leaders Workshop 1: Technology plays a key role in the detection of patient deterioration
Presented by - HillromSpeakers:
- 11:10AM - 11:50AMIndustry Leaders Workshop 2: Point of Care Diagnostics
Presented by - AbionicSpeakers:
- 11:50AM - 12:00PMTransition
- 12:00PM - 12:30PMPublic Sector Workshop 1 - Infant / Maternity – Canulation – Early symptoms
- 12:00PM - 12:30PMPublic Sector Workshop 2 - Recognition of the sick in the out-of-hospital environment.
- 12:30PM - 01:30PMLunch, Networking and Poster Viewing.
- 01:30PM - 02:10PMIndustry Leaders Workshop 4 - T.B.C
Presented by Bruker Daltonik GmbHSpeakers:
- 02:10PM - 02:20PMTransition
- 02:20PM - 02:50PMPublic Sector Workshop 3 - Discussion/case study - ReSPECT
- 02:20PM - 02:50PMPublic Sector Workshop 4 - Recognising and Responding to a Deteriorating Patient
- 02:50PM - 03:20PMAfternoon Coffee, Poster Viewing and Networking
- 03:20PM - 03:25PMChairs Comments
- 03:25PM - 03:45PMVariable Services – National Report
Speaker: Dr Anna Batchelor, Consultant anaesthetist and intensivist, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Chair, Critical Care Leadership Forum (Invited)
- 03:45PM - 04:05PMSepsis Survivor Prognosis Score - Informing recovery
Patients who recover from sepsis (sepsis survivors) have long-term health problems. One in three sepsis survivors are re-hospitalised within 30-days and one in six sepsis survivors die within a year following hospital discharge.
- 04:05PM - 04:25PMConnected Care – Past, Present and Future
Using technology to support people to remain in the place of their choice for longer, this session will take us on a journey to create a vision for the future of health care monitoring, system interfaces that compliment current pathways, working smartly towards a common goal.
- 04:25PM - 04:45PMWound Care, Leg Ulcers and Bed Sores
- 04:45PM - 04:55PMQuestions and Answer Session
- 05:00PMClosing Remarks & Close of Conference