8th East Midlands Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine Conference

Nottingham 14th and 15th October 2021

12 hours of educational content over two days!

JOIN US FOR TWO  DAYS OF VIRTUAL / HYBRID MEETING

Over 12 hours of educational content over two days

Organised by Dr Sandeep Dhir – Midlands Medical Conferences

AND MUCH MORE…

Confirmed Faculty

  • Professor Ramani Moonesinghe – London
  • Dr Fiona Donald – Bristol, UK
  • Professor Ravi Mahajan – Nottingham, UK
  • Dr Alison Pittard – Leeds, UK
  • Dr Sally Hancock – Nottingham, UK
    • Dr Kathleen Ferguson – Aberdeen, UK
  • Associate Professor Karin Amrein – Graz, Austria
  • Dr Subrahmanyan Radhakrishna – Coventry, UK
  • Dr Suzanne O’Neill – Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
  • Dr Dan Harvey – Nottingham, UK
  • Dr Carolyn Johnston – London, UK
  • Professor Sir John Burn – Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
  • Professor Nicholas Hart – London, UK
  • Dr Sarah Hare – Kent, UK
  • Professor Mervyn Singer – London, UK
  • Professor Sorin Brull – Florida, USA
  • Professor Madhav Swaminathan – North Carolina,
    USA
  • Dr Jugnu Mahajan – UK
  • Professor Anil Hormis – Rotherham, UK
  • Assistant Professor Dr Marie-Louise Meng
    – North Carolina, USA
  • Dr Caz Sampson – Leicester, UK
  • Dr Thea de Beer – Nottingham,UK
  • Dr Ian Nesbitt – Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
  • Dr Alex Scott – Middlesbrough, UK
  • Dr Alan Fayaz – London, UK
  • Dr Anna Whittle – Kent, UK

Themes and Topics

  • Keynote lecture:
    Outcomes from sepsis – Reasons for hope
  • ‘When it’s not CAP and not COVID-19’
  • Volatile anaesthetics for ICU sedation –
    establishing service in a DGH
  • Perioperative management of pelvic fractures
  • Update on Vitamin D and Covid
  • Controversies and perspectives on management
    of delirium in critically ill adult patients
  • Point of Care Ultrasound in Major Trauma
  • State of the Art – Weaning, Rehabilitation & Home
    Ventilation Centres
  • Genomics: What’s it got to do with us
  • NHSE/International perspective on critical care
    and COVID
  • Pain Management in 2021
  • After COVID19, where next for emergency
    laparotomy care?
  • Delivering perioperative medicine for older
    people at a DGH
  •  And many more to be shared soon…

DELEGATE REGISTRATION FEES - BOTH DAYS

 19th July 2021 onwards
Both days
VirtualHybrid
Consultants / Specialty
Doctors
£70£190
Trainee Doctors / Retired
Doctors / Nurses / ODPs / Allied
Health Professionals / ACPs
£50£110
Foundation Year Doctors /
Medical Students / Doctors*
£20£50

# Delegates would be able to attend both days of conference in person, subject to government guidelines at the time. Due to inherent uncertainty with COVID-19, if delegates registered for attending in person aren’t allowed to, then difference between hybrid and virtual delegate fees would be refunded.


* Doctors currently working in Low-income and Lower middle income countries (According to World Bank) eligible for reduced delegate fees for the conference.

List of countries: https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledgebase/articles/906519

Any questions, please email: info@midlandsmedicalconferences.org