ICM regional training days 2020 - 2022

 

 

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Date

Topic

Venue

Organiser

15/10/20

Obstetrics

  • Physiological changes in pregnancy including physiology of labour
  • Peripartum emergencies: Major obstetric haemorrhage, pre-eclampsia / eclampsia, sepsis, amniotic fluid embolism.

Norfolk and Norwich

Deborah Easby

deborah.easby@nnuh.nhs.uk

01/12/20

Transplant/GI/Liver

  • Acute liver failure
  • Chronic liver failure & critical care admission & support
  • Liver transplant – indications, post-operative care
  • Intestinal failure
  • Management of UGI bleed
  • Severe acute pancreatitis

 

Addenbrookes

James Varley

james.varley@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Jan/Feb 2021

 

FFICM Topics

Ipswich 

Sri Nallapareddy

Sri.Nallapareddy@ipswichhospital.nhs.uk

April 2021

Paediatrics

  • Physiological differences between children and adults + implications
  • Paediatric emergencies – top 5 – DGH management
  • Referral & transfer to PICU
  • Ethical considerations in PICU

PICU Addenbrookes

Shruti Agrawal

Shruti.agrawal@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

May/June 2021

Specialist Cardiac

  • Advanced haemodynamic and cardiac output assessment (Echo, PAC) – with clinical examples and correlation
  • Management of Pulmonary HTN, including impact on critical illness
  • Valvular Heart Disease – diagnosis, management, tertiary referral, considerations for surgery (emergency & elective)
  • Mechanical assist devices to support circulation
  • Post-operative critical care following major cardiac surgery including transplant
  • Management of the cardiac transplant patient in the district general ICU

Papworth

Laurien Van Koppenhagen

Laurien.vankoppenhagen@nhs.net

July/Aug 2021

Simulation 1

James Paget, Great Yarmouth

Karl Blenk

Karl.Blenk@jpaget.nhs.uk

Sept/Oct 2021

Infection

  • Common presenting infections to ICU
  • Nosocomial infections
  • Immunosupresson & impact on critical illness
  • Infections in the immunocompromised host
  • Interpretation of common microbiological tests: central line infections, CSF, Peritoneal analysis
  • Antibiotic resistance
  • Antimicrobial treatment of common infections / spectrum of activity including resistant strains
  • Sepsis – recognition / management / evidence based guidelines (care bundles / early goal directed therapy)

Peterborough

Coralie Carle

Coralie.carle@nhs.net

Nov/Dec 2021

Perioperative Medicine and Surgical Patients in ICU

  • Risk stratification / indications for post operative critical care admission
  • CPEX
  • Peri-operative management of the high risk surgical patient
    • general principles
    • vascular
    • UGI
    • Lower GI
  • NELA
  • Abdominal compartment syndrome
  • Emergency laparostomy – role within the management of the acute surgical abdomen
  • Peritonitis  - differential and management

Chelmsford

Syed Sheik

Syed.Sheik@meht.nhs.uk

Jan/Feb 2022

FFICM topics

Ipswich

Sri Nallapareddy

Sri.Nallapareddy@ipswichhospital.nhs.uk 

March 2022

Neuro & Trauma

  • Management of traumatic brain injury
  • SAH
  • Medical neurology requiring specialist critical care
  • Stroke & Critical Care
  • Neuroimaging
  • Trauma Severity Assessment & Major Trauma pathways
  • Recognition & management of spinal cord injury
  • Major incidents & management of mass casualties

NCCU Addenbrookes

Ronan O'Leary

drronanoleary@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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