Date: 25 Sep, 2017
Time: 09.00 - 17.00
Address: Holiday Inn, Queen's Dr, Wakefield WF5 9BE, Yorkshire
A joint event between the College of Paramedics and the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE)
Introducing the new and updated Clinical Guidelines with special focus on Obs, Gynae, Sepsis and Falls in the Older Adults.
Includes lunch, refreshments and CPD certificates.
|08.00||Early Arrivals Tea, Coffee & Bacon Roll. Registration Desk Open|
The two maternity sessions will be a practical and pragmatic update covering aspects of the revised content:
- Maternity care
The sessions will be presented by Amanda Mansfield & Kim Hinshaw
Mr Kim Hinshaw MB BS FRCOG
Amanda Mansfield BSc (Hons), MSc, PGDip, PGCert in Supervision of Midwives, RN, RM, FPOS
|10.30||Refreshments & Exhibitors|
Falls in the Older Adult, Dr Alison Walker
This session will cover:
Dr Alison Walker has been a pre-hospital clinician for over 20 years, an Emergency Medicine Consultant with a Specialist interest in Prehospital Care and an immediate care doctor. She has been a Royal College of Emergency Medicine JRCALC Committee member for over 10 years and was previously an Ambulance Service and Air Ambulance Medical Director.She is a Clinical Research Network Divisional lead including for Injuries and Emergencies and has published on ambulance service clinical pathways. She is the co-chair for the JRCALC Older People who Fall Guideline Group and was the ambulance service lead author for the "Silver Book".
|13.30|| So What’s Changed?
This session will outline the guidelines process and future developments including electronic publications.
Simon Brown, Chairman JRCALC Guidelines sub-committee, Assistant Medical Director SCAS, Thames Valley Air Ambulance Clinical lead, GP Sandhurst
Safeguarding in the Ambulance Service – National Perspective
This session will cover: How relevant safeguarding is for front line staff; The wider remit of a safeguarding agenda; challenges in raising the profile of safeguarding; national data/benchmarking and its implications; and
Sarah Thompson, Deputy Director of Nursing, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.
Sarah, a registered nurse since 1986, has worked in the field of safeguarding for the past 20 years in varied positions - as a frontline Health Visitor, Safeguarding Clinical Advisor, Named Nurse and in the past 4 plus years as the Head of Safeguarding/Designated Officer for Allegations in South Western Ambulance Service ( SWAST). She holds an MA in Child Care law and Practice and is currently Deputy Director of Nursing in SWAST the portfolio of which also includes the Staff Welfare Service, Patient and Public Engagement, Designated Officer for Allegations and CQC compliance. She is married, has four children and lives on the Dorset Coast.
Sam Thompson, Forensic Paramedic, Kent Police and Senior Lecturer at St George’s, University of London.
Trauma & Medical Conditions in the Older Patient
This session covers:
Dr Alison Walker
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