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  • 23 Aug 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    End of Life Care (EoLC)

    Presented by Kieran Potts


    DESCRIPTION

    End of Life Care (EoLC) incidents are a common presentation for Paramedics; with an ageing population and a cutting edge health system, this is also a presentation that appears to be increasing in frequency. The aim of this webinar is to provide some insight into the documentation that ambulance crews may see on scene, as well as the legalities surrounding certain documents. Kieran also aims to explain what EoLC means to him as a Community Specialist Paramedic in the North West. 

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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  • 22 Aug 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


                 Airway Mischief in PreHospital Medicine

    Presented by Dr Lauren Weekes



    DATE

    Wednesday 22nd August 2018 - 8PM

    DESCRIPTION

    Does the stridulous patient fill you with fear? What's your plan for complete airway failure? This webinar will talk you through strategies for managing patients with acute airway pathology in the prehospital environment. 

    PRESENTER

    Lauren is a final year trainee in anaesthesia in Devon, and has undertaken a fellowship in difficult airway management. She has been responding as a prehospital doctor for BASICS Devon since 2010.

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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  • 24 Jul 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Identifying and Recognising Frailty

    Presented by Carol Robertson


    DESCRIPTION

    This webinar will focus on understanding frailty and how to identify frailty using the Rockwood Clinical Frailty Score (CFS). 

    PRESENTER

    Carol is a Community Specialist Paramedic based in Knutsford which from late last year also includes Macclesfield. Her role involves working and collaborating with other agencies, in particular, GPs, Community Matrons, CCGs, Care Homes and local schemes for example frailty teams. Due to the demographics within my areas, this led to her developing her role to support older people in particular. She attended an Allied Health Professionals event for identifying frailty; this event was delivered by Fusion48 and gave the tools and resources for identifying frailty to be disseminated within organisations. 

    Her work on frailty has led to some national involvement including participating in workshops for developing an Older Persons Pathways for NHS Rightcare, Core Competencies for Frailty for NHS England/HEE and Skills for Health and development of an Advanced Practitioner role in frailty with HEE. 

    Locally she is part of NWAS Patient Priority Group for Older People led by Julie Butterworth and in March she hosted an Older Persons day (with help from Barbara Coleman) in Knutsford, with guest speakers including Fusion48’s Dawn Moody; the event received fantastic feedback. She delivers falls and frailty training to care homes as well as frailty awareness to local groups eg the Women’s Institute, lunch clubs. Her plan is to develop academically with frailty by incorporating it into my Advanced Practice Masters. She is married to a fellow paramedic and she has a cockapoo who is very spoilt! 

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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  • 26 Jun 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


                 Learning from Excellence

    Presented by Dr Emma Plunkett



    DATE

    Tuesday 26th June 2018 - 8PM

    DESCRIPTION

    “Learning from Excellence” is an example of a positive reporting system, which was first introduced at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in 2014. This webinar will discuss the philosophy behind positive reporting systems; why we need them, how to set them up and how they can be used to improve the safety and quality of the work we do, as a complementary approach to traditional incident reporting systems. It will also consider how they might contribute to improving our workplace culture. 

    PRESENTER

    Emma is a consultant anaesthetist at University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) and Birmingham Women’s Hospital. Her main clinical interests are obstetric anaesthesia and pre-operative assessment. Emma’s non-clinical work focuses on ways we can support each other at work. She is a trained mentor and is part of the AAGBI Mentoring Scheme. 

    In 2015 Emma introduced the concept of Learning from Excellence (LfE) at UHB and she is part of the LfE team at the West Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative. Learning from Excellence is a system for capturing episodes of good practice with the dual aim of improving quality and morale of staff. Emma has also completed training in Appreciative Inquiry - a strengths based organisational development tool, which complements LfE. Emma joined the Q community in 2017 and believes that quality improvement results from noticing, appreciating and learning from good practice and from helping staff to be at their best. 

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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  • 24 May 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


                 Medical Interventions and Rescue at Height

    Presented by Phil Keating



    DATE

    Thursday 24th May 2018 - 8PM

    DESCRIPTION

    The webinar will be an introduction and discussion about the unique implications and limitations of providing Trauma care at height.

    PRESENTER

    Phil is an offshore medic and advanced Diver Medic. He is a member of the ATACC faculty and teach on the ATACC course and D13 course for firearms Police.

    Phil is the Trauma lead for the United Kingdom Rescue Organisation and a fellow of the Institute of search and technical rescue. He is also a technical rope rescue and PHTLS Instructor.

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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  • 15 May 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Emotional Intelligence Leadership

    Presented by Becci Martin, Boo Coaching and Consulting


    DESCRIPTION

    The difference between a good leader and an awesome leader is the ability to connect, to better understand ourselves and others. Strong connections are made when we are able to identify and manage our emotions and the emotional responses of others. This is called emotional intelligence. As a leader, you will frequently work with colleagues and teams who are looking to deliver successful outcomes for their customers, this session will offer leaders and future leaders the opportunity to; 

      - Build greater self awareness to strengthen your leadership approach

      - Enhance personal effectiveness and impact through using the four core emotional intelligence skills

      - Develop a better understanding of how people's emotions affect their decision making and response, and how to use this understanding to create successful relationships 

    PRESENTER

    Becci Martin is the founder of Boo Coaching and Consulting and leads the organisation in her role as Director of Coaching. Her passion is absolutely focused on enabling others to play to their strengths by combining her unique talents as a coach with her knowledge of cutting edge leadership development practices.

    Becci is internationally recognised for her contribution to coaching and works closely with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council as a volunteer on a number of UK events as well as moderating in the forums at the annual Mentoring e-conference.

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A


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  • 03 May 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Building and Maintaining a CPD Portfolio using CPDme and our Mobile Apps: 
    Presented by 

     Domini Lawson &

     Andrew Ormerod



    DESCRIPTION

    The CPD Portfolio building website demonstration is designed to help you get the most from our site, We are holding a series of live online webinars to help you better understand our great new features. The demo will include:

    * Using the CPDme App

    * Creating a CPD Diary Entry

    * What you can use as evidence to support your portfolio

    * Backdating your CPD Portfolio

    * Creating a Reflective Practice

    * Building your Complete CPD Portfolio

    * Sending your Portfolio for Audit / Interview


    Other dates available to register on the link below are:



    Thu, May 3, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM BST

    Tue, Jun 5, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM BST

    Tue, Jul 3, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM BST

    Tue, Aug 7, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM BST

    Tue, Sep 4, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM BST

    Wed, Oct 3, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM BST

    Wed, Nov 7, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM GMT

    Tue, Dec 4, 2018 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM GMT


    PRESENTER

    Mrs Domini Lawson and Mr Andrew Ormerod 

    DURATION

    45 Mins


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  • 26 Apr 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Enhancing Performance Under Stress

    Presented by Dr Clare Bosanko



    DESCRIPTION

    "To err is human" - how can we develop knowledge of human factors and crew resource management to improve safety and performance in prehospital medicine? This webinar will consider lessons from the military, armed police and elite sport in the field of performance psychology, and its impact on our ability to look after critically ill and injured patients. 


    PRESENTER

    Dr Clare Bosanko is a graduate of Birmingham Medical School. She trained in the Midlands with the CARE Team and worked as part of the Critical Care Team for Midlands Air Ambulance and WMAS MERIT, before relocating to the south west. Clare is the governance Lead and operational critical care doctor for Devon Air Ambulance and Consultant in Emergency Medicine in Plymouth. She is also the co-founder of PHEM Cast; a prehospital podcast as well as a lecturer for Plymouth University MSc in Prehospital Critical Care, Retrieval & Transfer. Clare has a Diploma in Immediate Care examiner. 


    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A


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  • 24 Apr 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)







    Recognise and prevent the effects of Compassion Fatigue in front line workers

    Presented by Jayne Ellis and Richard Carter


    DESCRIPTION

    The webinar aims is to raise awareness of the concept of compassion fatigue and highlight its impact on paramedics in their professional and personal lives. Our objective is to stress the importance of facing this issue and to take this threat to the staff’s mental health and wellbeing as seriously as physical health and safety. 

    Compassion fatigue is a set of symptoms that develop when the individual is becoming stressed and overwhelmed by the demands of their job. Many will suffer the signs and symptoms of chronic stress and perceive their workplace as a threat to their safety. In turn, this may lead to physical and psychological symptoms that will leave them shut down and angry not just with their work but also at home, in some this may show no outward sign but result in self harm. Symptoms often manifest from working long hours, unfriendly and tiring shifts, incompatibility with a crew mate or sheer work place pressure. Eventually staff will become detached and lose compassion for the people they care for and themselves. 

    PRESENTER

    Jayne Ellis is a nurse with 25 years experience in hospitals, hospice and community settings who still works clinically as part of the emergency medical teams at local racecourses and for a private ambulance service. Richard Carter is a former London paramedic, with experience in the Middle East and currently working as an ECP in an Urgent Care Centre. Both have a passion for teaching and with the understanding of the pressures of front line work and have invested into the research of understanding Compassion Fatigue.


    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A


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  • 10 Apr 2018 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Cardiac arrest management in the Pre-Hospital Environment

    Presented by Ashleigh Lowther



    DATE

    Tuesday 10th April 2018 - 8PM

    DESCRIPTION

    The webinar discusses Cardiac arrest management in the pre-hospital environment. Ashleigh has taught on Advanced Life support since 2013 and is attempting to create an equivalence for the pre-hospital setting. She believe wholeheartedly in the basics being done 100% but all too often we let academic curiosity overcome this. The talk is a chance to open the discussions, channel your thoughts on this subject and wonder how you may perfect the delivery of this.

    PRESENTER

    Ashleigh is an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Emergency Medicine at Heart of England NHS foundation trust, Birmingham. She trained as a nurse in the Royal Air Force which took here to Afghanistan twice, Oman, Cyprus, America and several hospitals in the UK. She has nursed in UK ED’s, a military trauma centre, the back of a Chinook Helicopter, a C17, a Tristar, a cruise ship and even a speed boat.

    Ashleigh has combined in hospital emergency medicine with pre hospital medicine for the last 10 years, working for the West Midlands CARE Team in the Midlands. In 2017 she successful passed the Diploma in Immediate Medical Care at the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) and was subsequently elected to be the nurse representative on the Faculty of Pre Hospital Care.

    Her main interests are resuscitation, trauma, human factors and how we maintain excellent patient care in increasingly difficult circumstances. She longs for a day when she doesn’t have an essay to write and for when she can actually get a dog!

    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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