National Critical Care Conference 2010
Critical Care: Luxury or Necessity?
Thursday 23rd
September 2010
08.45 – 17.00
High...
Final joining instructions, directions to the
stadium and other useful information is
provided on the final page of this p...
Agenda
08.15 Conference registration opens
Exhibition viewing (Highbury Suite)
Tea, coffee & pastries
09:15 Chair for morn...
Final Joining
Instructions
Travel
Tube and rail:
Holloway Road
(Piccadilly Line)
is the nearest
tube station (five minutes...
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  1. 1. National Critical Care Conference 2010 Critical Care: Luxury or Necessity? Thursday 23rd September 2010 08.45 – 17.00 Highbury Suite Emirates Stadium Arsenal, London N5 1BU Registration from 08:15 “A strategic conference on current and future critical care delivery challenges “ Critical Care Networks of England, Wales and Northern Ireland IMPORTANT For access to the stadium – please bring your NHS/Workplace ID badge and a copy of this programme to show security staff.
  2. 2. Final joining instructions, directions to the stadium and other useful information is provided on the final page of this programme. (This conference is now full) Purpose of the conference The Critical Care Networks of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, National Conference is an annual event. Aim To provide a strategic (not clinical) conference for critical care network leads and lead clinical staff within critical care or critical care related services in the UK; Objectives To provide an opportunity to identify, share and discuss the emerging NHS landscape within the economic climate and following the change of Government and publication of the White Paper. To consider some of the challenges and opportunities for critical care within this evolving landscape to inform local network and trust activities. We hope you enjoy the day. Please complete an evaluation form before you leave and collect your attendance certificate This event has been made possible through the support of sponsoring companies. Please visit the Sponsors’ Exhibition in the Highbury Suite where all refreshments breaks are being held. Communicare (GB) Ltd
  3. 3. Agenda 08.15 Conference registration opens Exhibition viewing (Highbury Suite) Tea, coffee & pastries 09:15 Chair for morning: Nigel Edwards Introduction to the day Nigel Edwards Acting Chief Executive NHS Confederation 09:30 Providing high quality critical care in a changing healthcare landscape Candy Morris Chief Executive South East Coast SHA 10:00 Acute Trust CEO perspective of critical care management in current financial climate Professor Graham Ramsey Chief Executive Mid Essex NHS Trust 10:30 Questions and discussion 10:45 Refreshments, exhibition & networking (Highbury Suite) 11:15 Nigel Edwards Acting Chief Executive NHS Confederation 11:45 Value driven quality and productivity in critical care Maureen Davies Deputy Chief Nurse NHS London 12:15 Questions and discussion 12:30 Lunch, exhibition and networking (Highbury Suite) 13:35 Chair for afternoon: Dr. Jane Eddleston Introduction to the afternoon Dr. Jane Eddleston Critical Care Advisor, Department of Health Session one – The overall climate for critical care Session two – Adapting to financial climate change Session three – Financial climate control : emerging models of care and delivery 13:40 Extending the ICU: problems & solutions Professor Tim Evans Vice President Royal College of Physicians 14:10 Stretching the boundaries of respiratory support Maria Buxton Consultant Physiotherapist, NWL Hospitals NHS Trust 14:25 Major trauma and critical care – a networked approach Dr. Bob Winter President ICS 14:45 Questions and discussion 15:00 Refreshments, exhibition & networking (Highbury Suite) Introduction: Dr. Ganesh Suntharalingam 15:30 Olympics 2012 –the challenge and scope of a national NHS response Russ Mansford Strategic Ambulance Advisor Department of Health 15:50 Terrorism and critical care Dr. Steve Brett Consultant ICM, Hammersmith Hospital Imperial College Healthcare Trust 16:10 Critical care evacuation Dr. Ganesh Suntharalingam Medical Lead, Critical Care Network North West London 16:25 Questions and discussion 16:35 Key overall themes for Networks 16:55 Close of conference & vote of thanks Dr. Loua Shaikh Dr. Ganesh Suntharalingam 17:00 Keith Young, Critical Care Lead (DH) Retirement Presentation Dr. Jane Eddleston Critical Care Advisor, Department of Health Session four – Weathering the storm
  4. 4. Final Joining Instructions Travel Tube and rail: Holloway Road (Piccadilly Line) is the nearest tube station (five minutes walk) and Highbury & Islington station (Victoria Line, North London Line and over-ground) is around 10 minutes walk. The latest travel information is available on the Transport for London website: www.tfl.gov.uk Car parking is not available on site, however there is a pay & display car park located on Hornsey Road, (next to Sobell Leisure Centre) approximately 10 minutes walk. For those using satellite navigation, the postcode is N7 7NY. Registration - Highbury Suite, Highbury (West) entrance This will take place in the Highbury Suite from 08:15 Please enter through the Highbury (West) entrance indicated on the map above. For those travelling with luggage There will be a left luggage facility near to the conference registration desk. Please allow time to register your bag. Timing We have a very full programme and would appreciate your help in keeping to time. Please allow more time than you think you will need for getting to the Emirates Stadium during rush hour. During the conference please return to the Royal Oak Suite five minutes before the start of the next session (so we can kick off promptly). Photographs may be taken by the organisers during the day for use in any written evaluation and in publicity for future Network events.

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