Programme

EM2C 2019 Programme

Wheatcroft Suite, Radisson Blu East Midlands Hotel, 7th June 2019

0730     Registration & Breakfast (courtesy of Galen)

0830     Introduction
Raza Dar

0840     A welcome from Health Education East Midlands
Jonathan Corne,
Acting Postgraduate Dean, Health Education East Midlands

0900     EPRR the view from the top
Bob Winter,
National Clinical Director For Critical care, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response at NHS England

0930     Trauma – making a difference; The changing face of our Major Trauma service – 10 years on
Jo Ollerton,
Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham

1000     Sim 1 – Leicester

1015     EM Pearls 1
Martin Behounek,
Consultant Cardiologist, Glenfield Hospital, Leicester

1030     TEA AND POSTERS

1100     Sim 2 – Nottingham

1115     Paediatric Emergency Medicine — What’s the Point
Colin Gilhooley,
Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham

1145     Learning in pressured environments
Ian Lewins,
Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine, Royal Derby Hospital, Derby

1215     CASE PRESENTATIONS – EMERGENCY MEDICINE AND QUIP

Use of ultrasound to identify acute pulmonary oedema in a patient with COPD as a cause of acute respiratory distress
Himanshu Gul Mirani, Specialty Doctor

Listen to the patient and they will tell you the diagnosis
Hannah Phillips, F2

Atypical Presentation of Pulmonary Embolism
Marjan Gohar

Penthrox (Methoxyflurane) – Use in the Emergency Department
Umar Khan ST5 Emergency Medicine

‘TRUMANSHOW’- A Quality Improvement Project for Early Detection of Aortic Dissections in the Emergency Department
Rama Subrahmanyam, Higher Speciality Registrar, Dr Ben Loryman, Consultant, Emergency Medicine

The Development of In-Situ Simulation in the Emergency Department around patients with Psychiatric Illness
S. Edwards, S. Jutla, M. Williams, D. Roland

Clinical Frailty Score as a decision-making tool in the elderly population – a step towards better patients’ outcome!
Qurrat-ul-ain Tahir – SHO Emergency Medicine, Aine Mitchell – Geriatric Emergency Medicine Fellow

1300     LUNCH IN RUNWAY RESTAURANT

1400     Innovation and Entrepreneurship to transform the NHS
Prof Tony Young,
National Clinical Director for Innovation at NHS England

1430     EM Pearls 2
Mark Williams,
Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Leicester Royal Infirmary

1445     The Secret, Mystical Art of Algorithms
Martin Wiese,
Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Leicester Royal Infirmary

1515     EM Pearls 3
Aamer Ali,
Consultant in Health Care of the Elderly, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham

1530     TEA AND POSTERS

1600     Sim 3 – Kettering

1615     The ACP story — Beyond Clinical
Amber Bristow, Advanced Practitioner, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham
Matt Wensley, Lead Advanced Practitioner, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester

1645     CASE PRESENTATIONS – PAEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE AND TRAUMA

Redcurrant jelly with intussusception: not always a late sign
Vikram Baicher (ST7 PEM) & Dr Gisela Robinson (Consultant PEM)

“Cylindrical battery ingestion” – Don’t kid around too long
Carl Leith van Heyningen, OOPE Paediatric Emergency Education Fellow

Syncope in children: ECGs not to miss
Vickie Wells PANP, Amy Atkinson PEM Consultant, Ffion Davies, EM Consultant

Introducing a teaching package to aid emergency physicians with the insertion of intercostal chest drains
Riad Hosein Consultant Emergency Medicine

Are we considering Non Accidental Injury (NAI) as a cause of major trauma in the Under 1s?
Rachel Tricks (ST8 Paediatric Emergency Medicine), Elizabeth Saunders (Consultant Emergency Medicine)

Could antibiotics be the new trend for elderly chest trauma?
Dr. Ahsan Manzoor (ST5 A&E), Dr. Jo Ollerton (Consultant ED)

1730     PRIZES AND CLOSING REMARKS

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