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The College of Paramedics and JRCALC are pleased to welcome a fantastic line up of speakers for this years ‘What’s new and What’s next?’
The last 12 months have been extremely challenging for us all and with an ever increasing workload the team at JRCALC wanted to bring you the latest updates from the authors themselves in one complete day. Hear from the authors, find out the latest updates and pose a question to the panel, this one day event is sure to be packed full of information to develop us to face the next 12 months.
Taking place on Thursday 18th November, topics covered include key changes and updates in anaphylaxis, resuscitation and steroid treatment for dependent patients. In addition we’ll be given an insight into new guidelines around non-traumatic back pain and assessing and managing a patient hanging before finally delving into research and welcome authors of the Paramedic3 trial, assessing data on Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest and what we can expect in the near future.
With opening address from 09:00 by John Martin, President, College of Paramedics, Dr Alison Walker - Chair of JRCALC and Medical Director for West Midlands Ambulance Service and Dr Fenella Wrigley, Chief Medical Officer, LAS and specialised topics by a wealth of speakers with expert knowledge, which include:
09.20-09:45 - Frailty & Older People Presented by Dr John Martin, Chief Paramedic and Quality Officer, LAS, & President of the College of Paramedics and Dr Ben Underwood, Dementia Clinical Lead for CRN Eastern
09.45-10:15 - Non Traumatic Back Pain Pain (Draft New Guideline): Presented by Amanda Hensman-Crook, Consultant MSK Physiotherapist and the Health Education England National Allied Health Professions
10.15-10:35 - Paramedic3 Trial – where why and when? Presented by Prof Gavin Perkins, Professor of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Warwick
10.50-11:05 - Anaphylaxis – What’s changed and Key Considerations Presented by Prof Charles Deakin, Honorary Professor of Resuscitation and Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine
11.05-11:30 - What’s New? Summarising 2021’s Bundle updates including Steroid Dependent Patients Presented by Dr Simon Brown, Assistant Medical Director South Central Ambulance Service and JRCALC Guideline Editorial Lead
11:35-12:00 - Paediatrics - Care pathways and decision making Presented by Tim Edwards, Consultant Paramedic, LAS
12:00-12:30 - New Born Life Support & Neonate Care Presented by Amanda Mansfield, Consultant Midwife, LAS & Dawn Kerslake, Consultant Midwife, SECamb
12:55-13:20 - Human Factors – following guidelines in the real world Presented by Ashley Richardson, Consultant Paramedic, Clinical Education and Training at South East Coast Ambulance Service
13.20-13:40 - Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes data: What does the data tell us? Presented by Prof Gavin Perkins, Professor of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Warwick
13.40-14:00 - Hanging – (Draft New Guidance) Assessment and Management Presented by Dr Dhushy Surendra Kumar, Consultant in Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine and Anaesthesia at University Hospital Coventry
14.00-14:30 - Resuscitation – What to do and when not to... Presented by Prof Charles Deakin, Honorary Professor of Resuscitation and Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine
14.30-14:55 - Panel Discussion Q&A What’s Needed Next? A chance for you to ask your questions to our panel of experts.
Plus a chance to win a £50 Class Professional Publishing Voucher and an exclusive discount code offer for all delegates attending on the day!
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