Programme: Friday 13 May 2022
09.00 Session 5. Registrars’ Prize The Assembly Room
Chair: Chris Gildersleve
Oral Presentations (Click on abstract number to access abstract)
Each presentation is scheduled to be 8 minutes long, with 3 minutes for questions and discussion
O1 Are paediatric anaesthetists costing the earth?
M. Kerr, Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS FT
O2 Improving difficult paediatric intravenous access in a tertiary children's hospital.
C. Abeysekera, NHS Bristol
O3 Paracetamol dosing in hospitalised children - a national survey.
J. Craske, Alder Hey Children’s NHS FT
O4 A comparison of age-banded and weight-based oral paracetamol dosing in hospitalised children.
K. Wright, St Helens And Knowsley NHS
O5 Use of virtual reality (VR) experience and gaming to improve anxiety and patient experience during induction of general anaesthesia. phase 2: refinement through a pdsa cycle to generate our ‘how to’ guide at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, UK.
D. Lee, Birmingham Children's Hospital
O6 Come to the PARTy!: An educational programme improving quality in post-anaesthesia care of children.
V. Whittaker, NHS Oxford
O7 CASAP Organisational Survey - A National Survey of Structural Indicators of Quality Care for Children Undergoing Emergency Abdominal Surgery in Hospitals in the United Kingdom.
A.Selman, Evelina Children’s Hospital
10.30 Break, Posters and Exhibition: Lower Hall
11.00 Session 6. Paediatric Anxiety Management
Chair: Karen Bartholomew
Living With Autism
Jamie and Lion
Managing Periop Anxiety.
Consultant Anaesthetist and Honorary Associate Professor, Great Ormond Street Hospital For Children and UCL
Children With Complex Needs - A multidisciplinary challenge.
Nadia Ladak, Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist,
Sheffield Children's NHS Trust
12.30 Lunch, Posters and Exhibition Lower Hall
13.30 Session 7. Sustainability in Paeds
Chair: Steve Froom
Applying COP26 to Anaesthesia
Justin Skowno, Senior Staff Specialist in Paediatric Anaesthesia, Associate Professor (Conjoint), University of Sydney
Director of Research, Department of Anaesthesia, The Children’s at Westmead, Australia
Can We be Green in Paediatric Anaesthesia?
Jayne Sutherland, Clinical Fellow, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
How Can Regional Organisations Contribute to Making Anaesthesia Sustainable
Frank Swinton, Consultant in Anaesthesia, Airedale NHS Trust, Climate Change Lead, West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership
15.00 Break, Posters and Exhibition
15.15 Session 8. The Big Catch-up
Chair: Felicity Howard
‘Children’s Acute Surgical Abdomen Programme (CASAP): What have we learnt?'
Amaki Sogbodjor, Consultant in Anaesthesia, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Operational Delivery Networks
Consultant in Anaesthesia, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust
Recovery of Children’s Surgical Services
Professor Simon Kenny, Consultant in Paediatric Surgery, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool
Thank you to the support of our exhibitors, located in the Lower Hall