WAIT 2011 : The Rose Bowl, Southampton (21st October 2011)
WAIT 2011 was held at The Rose Bowl, Southampton on Friday 21st October 2011. It was attended by 70 anaesthetists from across the region as well as college tutors and the training program directors. Lectures from leaders in the field were given on Matching Michigan, Human Factors, Patient Safety and Preparing for the Consultant Interview. Trainees had the opportunity to enter the poster competition and five gave oral presentations. The afternoon was finished off with some lively debates.
Oral presentations :-
- Joint Winner - Improving the Safety of Procedural Sedation in the Emergency Department - Michael Stewart
- Joint Winner - Cricoid Pressure and Audit of Knowledge and Practice of Intensive Care and Emergency Department Staff - Erica Jolly & Louise Young
- Preoperative investigation of the surgical patient - Robert Wiltshire
- A Survey of the use of the ASA classification in the Wessex Region - Beena Varghese
- Promotion of safer practice by a Phased Return to Work programme - Alice Aarvold
Poster presentations :-
- Winner - Anaesthetic Management of Patients with Fractured Neck Of Femur. Elizabeth Killick, Nick Jones & Kevin Camden-Smith
- Runner up - A mulitifaceted approach to improving post-operative pain management in day case orthopaedic patients. Fran Haigh, Nicola Howarth, A Hempel, Alison Schulte & Jenny McLachlan.
- Extubation planning amongst Wessex Trainees - Andrew Lumley & Matthew Turner
- The Difficult Airway Trolley: An audit of DAS guidelines in 3 acute departments across all hospitals of the Wessex Deanery - Adrian Wong & Matthew Turner
- Case Report : Pancreatitis in Pregnancy - Timothy Hanham
- Introduction of a Portsmouth Airway Database (IPAD) - Patrick Tapley & Henry Nash
- Management of a patient with Osteogenesis imperfecta for Elective LSCS, A case report - Narmatha Thiagarajan, Ilans D-Buelles & Samar Al-Rawi
- How good is our airway assessment in the aftermath of NAP4? - Timothy Hanham
- Maternity Sepsis : A Case Discussion. The role of source control and an update in the Surviving Sepsis Campaign - Adrian Wong & Samar Al-Rawi.
- Plasmapheresis in the management of a case of Hyperlidiemic Pancreatitis trigerred by Venlafaxine - Stefan Sevastru & Mai Wakatsuki
The Rose Bowl
Phone: 023 8047 2002
Website : The Rose Bowl (now the Ageas Bowl)
08:30 - 08:50
Arrival, Registration & Refreshments
08:50 - 09:00
Welcome & Introduction
09:00 - 09:45
"Matching Michigan in the UK"
Dr Mark Patten - An Intensivist in Luton and one of the main champions of the Matching Michigan campaign. Also involved with Human Factors and other bodies. He will speak on how to make a difference from a clinician's point of view and show us some of the results of the campaign
09:45 - 10:30
"Human Factors in Airway Management in Light of NAP4"
Dr Chris Frerk - One of the authors of NAP4 with an interest in human factors and airway management. He will talk on the impact of human factors in the light of the NAP4 results and how to take it forward in terms of our training
10:30 - 10:50
Tea & Coffee, Poster Judging
10:50 - 11:35
"Patient Safety - what can national organisers do?"
Mr Charlie McLaughlan - Director of professional standards at the Royal College of Anaesthetists, member of the Safe Anaesthesia Liaison Group and heavily involved with the RCoA safety programmes.
11:35 - 11:50
"A non clinical OOPE"
Dr Duncan McPherson
11:50 - 12:00
"Human factors training in Wessex"
Dr Jeremy Nightingale
12:00 - 12:15
Dr Ian Mettam & Dr Fran Haigh
12:15 - 13:10
Lunch & Poster Judging
13:10 - 14:10
Trainee presentations (Judges - Dr Paul Spargo, Dr Dan Dalgleish & Dr Jane Goddard)
14:10 - 15:00
"Preparing for the Consultant Interview"
Dr Jonathan Harrison - Consultant anaesthetist in Portsmouth with an interest in the medical interview process. The creator and now a regular speaker at the GAT Consultant interview seminar. Talking on CV building and planning for applications for consultant posts
15:00 - 15:30
Out of Programme Experience
"Cambodia" Dr Juliette Kemp
"AMREF" Dr Renee Ford
15:30 - 15:50
Tea & Coffee
15:50 - 16:50
"This house believes that in light of projected discrepancies between consultant posts and CCT holders that trainees should be prepared to consider non-consultant grade posts"
Dr Sean Santos, Associate Specialist & Dr Jonathan Chambers, Consultant & College Tutor
"This house believes that in the current economic climate with increasing pressure to save money that trainees should be prepared to contribute more financially to their training"
Dr Jessica Wiggins & Dr Sheona Chapman
16:50 - 17:00
Trainee Prizes, Certificates & Close
A3 Promotional Poster here (pdf).
Programme (Colour booklet) here (pdf).
Organisation : Anne-Marie Bougeard
Organisation : Jessica Wiggins
Speakers : Duncan McPherson
Treasurer : Andrew Vaughton
Sponsors : James Walker
Sponsors : Renee Ford
Website & Registration : Timothy Hanham