3D Tissue Models
4th National Conference Emergency Medicine 2012
Hallam Conference Centre, London
44 Hallam Street London, United Kingdon W1W 6JJ, United Kingdom 020 7706 7700
London, United Kingdom
Gain insights into the benefits of simulation training in pre-hospital and
emergency medicine
• Increase understanding of ‘hot topics’ in pre-hospital care including new
research developments, paramedic specialist practice in critical and primary
care, and interprofessional education
• Learn about the advances in pre-hospital management including
obstetric emergencies, fluid management in trauma and assessment
of paediatric injury
• Hear expert views on the emergency management of sports injuries and
how to plan for big sporting events
• Examine the current issues in emergency medicine including the problems
of new recreational drugs, novel analgesia approaches, the benefits of stroke
thrombolysis, and the management of acute coronary syndromes
• Take part in an interactive symposium for students and trainees
• Share and exchange ideas with leading practitioners in the field

• Specialists in emergency
and acute medicine
• Paramedics and prehospital
care specialists
• Specialists in trauma and
• Specialists in critical care
and intensive care
• Anaesthetists
• General physicians
• Nurse specialists and
practitioners in emergency
medicine and critical care
• All trainees in these


Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, January 12, 2012
08:30:00 Registration and refreshments
09:25:00 Welcome and introduction Andy Newton
09:30:00 The benefits of simulation training in pre-hospital and emergency medicine John Donaghy
10:00:00 The future of commissioning ambulance services in emergency and urgent care Neil Kennett-Brown
10:30:00 Discussion
10:40:00 Pre-hospital care research | hot topics and current issues Malcolm Woollard
11:10:00 Discussion
11:15:00 Refreshments and exhibition viewing
11:45:00 Paramedic specialist practice in critical and primary care Andy Newton
12:15:00 Interprofessional education: luxury or necessity? Pete Gregory
12:45:00 Discussion
12:55:00 Lunch and exhibition viewing Pete Gregory
13:45:00 Pre-hospital obstetric emergencies Malcolm Woollard
14:10:00 Fluid management for trauma patients
14:35:00 Pre-hospital assessment of paediatric injuries Gareth Hughes
15:00:00 Discussion
15:15:00 OPTIONAL AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM FOR STUDENTS AND TRAINEES | Narrowing the theory-practice gap: are we getting it right? Julia Williams
15:15:00 Refreshments and exhibition viewing
15:35:00 The Olympic challenge: medical planning for big events Laurence Gant
15:45:00 OPTIONAL AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM FOR STUDENTS AND TRAINEES | Student case presentations: experiences of clinical placements
16:00:00 Emergency assessment of sports injuries
16:25:00 Causes, management and prevention of athletic sudden cardiac arrest
16:25:00 OPTIONAL AFTERNOON SYMPOSIUM FOR STUDENTS AND TRAINEES | Workshop: writing for publication
16:50:00 Discussion and close of day one
17:05:00 Close of day one
Friday, January 13, 2012
08:30:00 Registration and refreshments
09:00:00 Patient experience and the new quality indicators in emergency medicine Suzanne Shale
09:30:00 New recreational drugs: problems they cause and how to manage them David Wood
10:00:00 How to reduce alcohol-related re-attendance to the emergency department Robin Touquet
10:30:00 Discussion
10:45:00 Refreshments and exhibition viewing
11:15:00 Spotting the sick child in the emergency department Damian Roland
11:45:00 Managing respiratory difficulties in infants and children Caro Minasian
12:15:00 Major haemorrhage in children Julia Surridge
12:45:00 Discussion
13:00:00 Lunch and exhibition viewing
13:50:00 Novel analgesia approaches in the pre-hospital and A&E setting
14:20:00 The role of ultrasound at the scene and at the bedside Christopher Blakeley
14:50:00 Discussion
15:00:00 Refreshments and exhibition viewing
15:20:00 Stroke thrombolysis | the role of telemedicine in the East of England
15:50:00 Acute coronary syndromes Tim Kinnaird
16:20:00 Management of severe sepsis
16:50:00 Discussion and close of conference
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