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Educational objective: To improve the abilities to solve critical events by means of safe and effective teamwork
We invite all members of your PICU team join us and nearly 300 colleagues to attend our annual PICS conference in Bristol on September 19-21st. The theme of the conference is the ‘PICS of the Future’. Our program aims to review aspects of best clinical practice currently available but also to look to the future in terms of technology on the horizon and how it may affect our clinical practice. Our conference aims to appeal to those across the multidisciplinary critical care team, and will also focus on key areas that affect us all: recruitment, member retention, and how we support each other in the difficult work we do. More details
This course will be delivered by a skilled faculty of national and international experts. It is appropriate for multi-professional candidates with clinical roles in acute paediatrics.
• Face to face lectures, seminars and tutorials
• Simulated clinical learning sessions
• Self-directed learning and literature review with distance learning support
Internal Delegates: £300
External Delegates: £500
The 7th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies
October 30-November 3, 2018 in Paris, France.
Abstract Submission Deadline: April 16, 2018
Early Registration Deadline: July 10, 2018
Serving as a nexus for the wealth of knowledge provided by three leading paediatric societies, the 7th Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies (EAPS 2018) promises to build on the reputation of previous highly successful meetings. Paediatric professionals from around the world will gain unparalleled access to the best scientific research programmes.
Firmly established yet dedicated to thinking outside the box, EAPS 2018 aims to engage the world’s best in a hearty exchange of experiences and expertise in research and clinical care. Europe’s foremost paediatrics subspecialty societies EAP, ESPNIC and ESPR have dedicated their time and formidable talents into organizing an stellar educational/research forum that will celebrate outstanding science in all areas of paediatrics.
This one-day course collaborates a gathering of speakers from integrated specialties of paediatric infectious disease and microbiology (Evelina London, St Bartholomew’s, Royal Brompton, University of Southampton), paediatric intensivists and critical care pharmacists (Royal Brompton and GSTT).
Delivering Paediatric Intensive Care in the NHS: Understanding the wider context