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SBK Healthcare Ltd

Effective Rehabilitation for Patients after Critical Care

Date: 28 November 2018
Time: 09:30 until 16:30
Length: 1 day
Venue: De Vere Colmore Gate, Bull Street, Birmingham, West Midlands,

This dedicated NHS conference will bring together RaCI professionals from across critical care to share new ideas and discuss best practice methods for ensuring that patients have the necessary support and access to effective services throughout their rehabilitation pathway. This dedicated forum will provide experienced insight into how trusts can improve on their critical care rehabilitation services, develop follow-up clinics and rehab groups and enhanced cognitive function in the critical care unit, whilst reaching and maintaining quality standards.

Programme sessions, themes and workshops

Implementing quality improvement projects and driving forward early mobilisation David McWilliams, Consultant Physiotherapist Critical Care, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Development of the OT role within critical care Sally Feinmann, Senior Occupational Therapist, Critical Care Team Lead, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust Clarissa Stamper, Senior Occupational Therapist,
Case study: How University Hospital of North Midlands NHS Trust established a new RaCI service in practice Lucy Powell, Critical Care Rehab Coordinator, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust Joanne Steele, Critical Care Rehab Coordinator, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
How to improve patients' psychological funtion at inpatients and outpatients in line with NICE Guidelines Julie Highfield, Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Critical Care (Adult and Paediatric), Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Evidenced insight into the reality of an online innovation for ICU survivors and their families Pam Ramsay, Research Fellow in Critical Care, Edinburgh Napier University
Developing and implementing a rehab app: improving quality of care for critical care patients Lewis Blacow, Charge Nurse, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


£399+VAT 1 place for NHS, public sector, charities and private hospitals staff
£299+VAT 2/3 places for NHS, public sector, charities and private hospitals staff
£279+VAT 4 or more places for NHS, public sector, charities and private hospitals staff
£699+VAT 1 place for all commercial organisations
£599+VAT 2/3 places for all commercial organisations

Contact Information:

For further information, application, registration and booking forms, please apply to the event organiser:

Name: Georgie Orchard
10 Churchill Square, Kings Hill, West Malling, ME19 4YU
West Malling
ME19 4YU

Tel: 01732897788
Mobile/Pager: 01732897788

Continuing Education Accreditation

CPD Available: A certificate of Continuing Professional Development will be given to each participant who completes the conference, as a record of your training and development

Submitted by Georgie Orchard on Friday, 12 October, 2018 15:10:15 GMT

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