Cardiac Arrest CPD Study Day - West Midlands Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

20 Feb 2014 3:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

West Midlands Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine

CPD Study Day



Main Lecture Theatre, Clinical Sciences Building

UHCW NHS Trust, Coventry, CV2 2DX

 

Monday 7th April 2014

Cardiac arrest

Awarded 6 CPD points by

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

 

0845 – 0900 Introduction

                        Imogen Virgo - Consultant Emergency Medicine

0900 – 0930 Journal Club: Maintaining SBP after arrest increases survivors

                        Caroline Leech – Consultant Emergency Medicine, PHEM TPD

0930 - 1030  Cardiac Arrest Management and the use of KPI’s

Adam Chesters – Consultant Emergency Medicine, Training Lead for EHAAT

1030 – 1100 Relative Hypoxia may be beneficial

Nageena Hussain – West Midlands PHEM trainee 

1100 - 1130   Coffee (not provided)

1130 - 1215 Morbidity & Mortality Case Review 1

TBC

1215 – 1300 The LUCAS device

                        Richard Walsh - Physio-Control

1300 – 1345 Lunch (not provided) Demonstration of LUCAS device.

1345 – 1415 Submersion and Hypothermic Cardiac Arrest Management

                        Arun George – West Midlands PHEM trainee

1415 - 1500 Morbidity & Mortality Case Review 2

                        Adam Nash – TAAS Paramedic

1500 – 1530 SAH and Cardiac Arrest

                        Imogen Virgo – Consultant Emergency Medicine

1530 - 1545 Closing remarks and feedback

 

Attendance is free. To reserve a place you must email caroline.leech@uhcw.nhs.uk with your job title and organisation


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