Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: listen to best practice and reflect how to improve your approach to education, patient support and follow-up. This is a great opportunity to benchmark your team and take away new ideas to implement in your strive for excellence.
3 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
Do you want to know what other Critical Care Outreach Teams across the country are doing? If yes, this is the event for you. By focussing on shared success, experience and knowledge, you will take away new ideas to:
- Improve patient outcomes
- Advance your teams performance
- Expand the role of Critical Care Outreach
- Adapt triaging processes
- Develop your follow-up clinics
- Adjust your service during Covid-19
- Achieve enhanced patient safety
- Progress education for ward staff
Meet your education and training needs in your own time
Packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice, plus benefit from:
- 3 CPD hours of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring engaging video and accompanying slides
- Available at £299 + VAT for NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible to download and view
- CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
|5 presentations | 9 parts | 3 CPD hours | Filmed on Friday 16th July 2021|
Introduction, instructions and chair’s opening remarks
Developing an e-learning tool to enhance education and improve patient safety
Angela Hall, Clinical Data and Audit Coordinator, Emily Player and Seena Michle, Critical Care Outreach Senior Sisters, East Kent Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Achieving the Gold Standard
Anna Jones, Critical Care Outreach Lead Nurse, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Case study: Progressing an established Critical Care Outreach Team
Emma Coutts, Acute Response Team (CCOT) Matron and Trainee ACP, Medway NHS Foundation Trust
Q&A session with Emma Coutts
Evidenced based guidance for recognising and rescuing deteriorating patients
Nicki Credland, Critical Care Nurse, Senior Lecturer and Head of Department, University of Hull and Chair, British Association of Critical Care Nurses
Q&A session with Nicki Credland
Improving follow-up and adapting clinics during Covid-19
Lucy Pearson and Amy Grimadell-Jones, Critical Care Outreach Physiotherapists, Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Q&A session with Lucy Pearson and Amy Grimadell-Jones
First-hand speaker experiences
A unique forum packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice from:
Claire Rowley’s background is in Critical care. She started out her nursing career as a nursing assistant at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, where a passion for nursing was ignited. Claire has worked in ICU/HDU/CCU for the past 20 years, moving from Princess Royal in Haywards Heath to Crawley Hospital and finally to East Surrey hospital. Moving from ICU to Critical Care Outreach 4 years ago, opened Claire’s eyes to patient safety and the fact that the Critical Care Outreach team really are the eyes and ears of the hospital / the safety engine.
Claire gets a huge amount of work satisfaction in helping the hospital improve recognition in deteriorating patients (evidenced by decreasing in hospital cardiac arrests and increasing Medical Emergency team calls). Initiatives such as the Emergency Call Safety Huddle and the Escalation of Treatment forms (for all patients with a DNACPR), as well as a lot of education have enabled this to happen.
Claire really enjoys networking and sharing ideas. Her passions are recognition and early treatment of deteriorating patients as well as end of life care. Outside of work Claire loves to swim!
Seena works as a senior sister in the critical care outreach team at Queen Elizabeth and The Queen Mother hospital in Margate.
Seena qualified in 1999 from Mumbai and started her career as a qualified ITU nurse in cardiothoracic unit in Bombay hospital in India.
started her career in the UK from 2005 and was always passionate for
intensive care nursing. Seena has worked for the trust since 2006 in
ITU, Margate. In 2010, Seena moved to Basildon, working in
cardiothoracic intensive care unit for 4 years as Band 6. It enabled
Seena to get more insight in the cardiac care provided in England. Seena
then moved back to Margate in 2014 and continued her career development
in ITU as a Junior sister. Seena had the opportunity to further develop
her collaborative practice and realised that the multi-disciplinary
team is key to driving the efficiencies and producing the care to meet
the ever changing demands of the NHS moving into the 21st Century. Seena
had the opportunity to work as a senior sister in ITU before she took
up the job in CCOT in 2020.
Seena is not afraid to challenge herself and has been proud that she has moved from the comfort of working in a familiar environment to extend her skills and knowledge.
Seena’s role as a senior sister in the CCOT has allowed her to further develop an understanding of the multi-disciplinary team approach to patient care as she works across all wards and departments and liaises directly with the consultants in the ICU team. Seena realises that it is important not to work in isolation, but to develop new ways of working and build relationships with other departments to promote the role of ICU within the hospital.
Seena helped to organise and develop the Respiratory Moodle for the online blended learning platform and would like to present it in the conference with her colleagues.
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Past attendee feedback
Held as an interactive online forum and now available to you as a series of video presentations, here is some feedback on the excellent content from the professionals who attended:
"Excellently organised, option for test sessions. Brilliant content, relevant, inspiring, informative. Brilliant speakers. Opportunity for networking. Would highly recommend."
"A fantastic way to learn from others who are in the same clinical position as yourself. I will definitely be taking away some valuable information to share within my team."
"Really well done, timely and organised and allowed great networking."
"Good networking opportunity. Excellent presentations and it was nice to hear others perspectives."