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  • 30 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Assessment of Acute Abdominal Pain Presented by Dr. Chris Jefferies


    DATE

    Thursday 30th July 2020 at 8:00PM


    DESCRIPTION

    Abdominal pain is a common presentation and making an accurate diagnosis can be a challenge. In this session, we will develop your confidence in assessing patients with abdominal pain and discuss several case studies. We will also cover clinically relevant anatomy and refresh your knowledge on how to perform an abdominal examination.


    DURATION

    45 Mins

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 28 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Focus On What's Strong Instead of What's Wrong! Presented by Becci Martin


    DATE

    Tuesday 28th July 2020 at 8:00PM


    DESCRIPTION

    Becci will be joined by guests as we reflect on the impact stress can have on us all and our mental health. She will explore how we can reduce stress and share some ideas on how to focus on what’s strong instead of what’s wrong! 


    DURATION

    45 Mins

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 22 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Clinical Debriefing - Essential Learning from the Clinical Frontline Presented by Shaun Tierney


    DATE

    Thursday 25th June 2020 at 8:00PM


    DESCRIPTION

    Clinical Debriefing – essential learning from the clinical frontline:

    Carried out well debriefing is a powerful tool to enhance our clinical practice and learn at an individual, team and organisational level. A poorly run  debrief can demotivate staff and miss opportunities to learn and improve.  Join us to understand why debriefing matters, and what influences the success or failure of a debrief.


    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Since my earliest days working on Patient Transport through to my current role as an Advanced Paramedic, one thing that the past 29 years have taught me is that we should always aim to improve our practice. Be that through formal education or those informal staff room debates we’ve all participated in, and even then we are never the polished, finished article. It was this pursuit of continually learning from practice that led me to examine the process of debriefing  within the ambulance service as part of my MSc. in Advanced Practice; and the more I researched  it was evident that as a profession we needed to improve on our current position. After writing for the British Paramedic Journal on this topic, in 2019 I was fortunate enough to be able to share my findings nationally within the UK at the College of Paramedics annual conference, and internationally at the EMS World Expo in New Orleans. The journey of learning and further improving our clinical practice through the process of debriefing should be central to all healthcare professionals, and the more we understand our practice and what influences it – then the better our patient care and outcomes.


    DURATION

    45 Mins

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 21 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Double Sequential External Defibrillation for Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation: The DOSE VF randomised controlled trial Presented by Dr. Sheldon Cheskes MD


    DATE

    Tuesday 21st July 2020 at 8:00PM


    DESCRIPTION

    The webinar will provide participants knowledge regarding the first ever randomized controlled trial (RCT) exploring alternate defibrillation strategies for patients presenting in Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation. We will review the methodology and findings of the recently published DOSE VF pilot RCT, the impact of changes in the pilot RCT incorporated into the main trial as well as a glimpse at the early findings of the RCT. 


    DURATION

    45 Mins

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 15 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


                Blast Injury: The Science Presented by Dr. Emrys Kirkman



    DATE

    Wednesday 15th July 2020 - 8PM


    DESCRIPTION

    Explosions cause injury by a variety of different mechanisms. Some (a few) are ‘special’ to blast, whilst others such as blunt and penetrating injuries can also be seen in other circumstances. This lecture looks briefly at the forces in an explosion that cause injury and describes the traditional classification of blast injury according to the forces that caused them.  It then goes on to look at examples of specific injuries and combination of injuries, their pathophysiology and finally implications for resuscitation.


    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Dr Emrys Kirkman is a Dstl Fellow and Principal Scientist working for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl, part of the UK Ministry of Defence) at Porton Down where he is one of two academic leads for the Combat Casualty Care research programme.  He has worked in the field of trauma since 1987 focusing on the systemic and local effects of haemorrhagic shock and resuscitation in both conventional and blast injuries.  His areas of interest include haemostasis and cardiovascular, respiratory, oxygen transport and microcirculatory changes, and related consequences such as secondary organ damage, systemic inflammation and coagulopathy.  He was awarded a Royal College of Anaesthetists’ Macintosh Professorship in 2009.  In 2016 he was awarded an OBE “for services in support of military medical treatment”.  He holds honorary senior lectureships at Durham University and Sunderland University.


    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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  • 08 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


                Closed Chest Compressions in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest - Good, Bad or Indifferent Presented by Dr. Sarah Watts MRCVS


    DATE

    Wednesday 8th July 2020 - 8PM


    DESCRIPTION

    The purpose of the talk is to stimulate debate regarding the utility of closed chest compressions in the context of cardiac arrest due to severe hypovolaemia. The talk will focus on presenting the data from a pre-clinical study that compared the use of closed chest compressions alone or in conjunction with fluid therapy to fluid therapy alone in a model haemorrhage induced cardiac arrest.


    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    I graduated from Royal Veterinary College in 1994 and after 3 years working as a vet in mixed practice in Leicestershire returned to university to complete a PhD. I joined Dstl in 2000 and began working in the Trauma Research Team in 2002. I am currently Senior Principal Scientist and I am one of the Technical Leads for the Medical Sciences Programme, the aim of which is to undertake research that supports Defence Medical Services and their delivery of excellent trauma care. In my spare time I enjoy cycling, golf and yoga, and although I also enjoy cooking I must be one of the few people in UK that has not made a sourdough loaf during lockdown!


    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 08 Jul 2020 4:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Live Q&A Session With The CPDme Team


    DATE

    Weekly, Every Wednesday at 4pm

    NEXT SESSION SCHEDULED: 8th July 2020

    DESCRIPTION

    Join the CPDme team for one of our weekly live and interactive Q&A sessions taking place every Wednesday at 4pm. It’s a great opportunity to ask any of your questions live, whether that be about how to maximise the potential of your CPDme account, building your portfolio and using some of our other key system features.

    You may also want to ask the team more in-depth questions in relation to your own learning and development and how CPDme can support you. Here at CPDme, we pride ourselves in high quality customer service and the support we provide to you as an important member of our CPD community.

    We will be able to answer your questions in real-time as well as share some of the most commonly asked questions after the event. We look forward to seeing you online.

    Missed our previous Q&A Sessions. CLICK HERE to catch-up on all sessions.

    DURATION

    20 Mins

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    Once you have registered, you will receive the unique link to use and access the session. We will also send you through a reminder 15 minutes before the session begins. 

  • 07 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    CPD Portfolio Building Demonstration Presented by Domini Lawson


    DATE

    Tuesday 7th July 2020 at 8:00PM


    DESCRIPTION

    The CPD Portfolio building demonstration is designed to help you get the most from our website and mobile app 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

    - Creating a Reflective Practice

    - Automated Certificates dropping into your Portfolio

    - Building your Complete CPD Portfolio

    - Backdating your CPD Evidence / Entries

    - Sending your Portfolio for Audit / Interview

    Attending this session will generate a CPD Certificate that will automatically populate your CPD Portfolio.


    DURATION

    45 Mins

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 01 Jul 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Human Factors in Clinical Practice: Lessons from COVID-19

    Presented by Dr. Mike Davis



    DATE

    Wednesday 1st July 2020 at 8:00PM

    DESCRIPTION

    The recent events arising from the COVID 19 pandemic have raised some interesting issues in effective management of large numbers of patients. Among these has been adequate preparation of the physical environment – the ergonomics – but also the social – the nature of group interaction that can lead towards the effective team management of challenging circumstances. 


    This webinar will build on an earlier webinar (Non-technical skills issues at a time of crisis: effective team working under pressure – 20th April 2020) and will reflect on training strategies that have emerged, with specific reference to future training needs and how these might be met.

    PRESENTER

    My name is Mike Davis and I am a freelance consultant in continuing medical education based in Blackpool but working throughout the UK and Europe. I have been engaged in this work for over 20 years and work mainly through medical education charities, Royal Colleges and European-wide networks. Prior to this, I was an English teacher in comprehensive schools and then a researcher and lecturer in universities. I am currently an honorary senior lecturer in medical education at Keele University.

    We look forward to seeing you on the webinar!

    DURATION

    45 Mins

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
  • 24 Jun 2020 8:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


                Paediatric C-Spine Fractures - Initial Investigation and management Presented by David McConnell



    DATE

    Monday 24th June 2020 - 8PM


    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    - ST6 EM Registrar in the SW Peninsula.

    - Currently serving full time in the Royal Navy.

    - Live in Plymouth but work at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.


    DURATION

    45 Mins & Q&A

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    Once you have registered. You will receive the joining instructions and also a reminder both 7 days and 1 day before the event.
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