8th East Midlands Critical Care and Perioperative Medicine Conference

14th and 15th October 2021

Conference accredited by the
Royal College of Anaesthetists with 12 CPD credits


Over 12 hours of educational content over two days

Organised by Dr Sandeep Dhir – Midlands Medical Conferences


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,
  • 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…


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# 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