An Introduction to the
Presented by Dhushy Surendra Kumar
Tuesday 10th December 2019 - 8PM
DESCRIPTIONReSPECT is a national process for discussing, making and recording recommendations about future emergency care and treatment, including CPR. The Webinar will provide an introduction into the process and will cover:
There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the webinar session.
- What ReSPECT is and who developed it
- Relevance to ambulance services
- Background to ReSPECT
- The ReSPECT form
- Aims of ReSPECT
- Who ReSPECT is for
- ReSPECT – who keeps it?
- Key Points
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dhushy Surendra Kumar is a Consultant in Critical Care, Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine and Anaesthesia at University Hospital Coventry.
He is the Chair of the Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee (JRCALC). As an Honorary Associate Clinical Professor at Warwick University he led the creation of the Critical Care Paramedic Programme and is the course director of the Coventry Adult Transfer course at UHCW. Dhushy is also the Director of Clinical Audit for TARN and has previously been the clinical lead for the pre-hospital dataset.
His involvement in trauma outside the hospital setting incorporates work on air ambulances (as air crew and previously as medical director), road ambulances (as a responder, medical adviser and medical major incident adviser) and within motorsport. In the UK he was Chief Medical Officer at Rockingham Motor Speedway from 2007-2012 and has worked as a doctor at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone since 1994. He was the Chief Medical Officer for the British round of the Formula E Championship. Dhushy’s motorsport involvement internationally led to him commissioning the medical services and medical centre for the inaugural Formula One Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
45 Mins & Q&A
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