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November 2018
9th November 2018
Name: Solving people challenges in an acute care setting
Venue: Medical Education Centre
Address 1: Western General Hospital
City: Edinburgh
Event Prices: £200
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Description: South East Scotland ICU Group presents a 1 day meeting: "Solving people challenges in an acute care setting"

Open to consultants and senior (ST6/7) trainees in ICM, anaesthesia, EM and AM.

Venue: Medical Education Centre, Western General Hospital.
Date: Friday 9th November
Timings : 0930-1630
Cost £200

It is a common belief among junior doctors that finishing specialist exams and achieving a consultant position is the rewarding end of training. And yet all those years of study prioritise clinical excellence, with limited focus on people management skills - critical to being an effective consultant.

How well do you understand your own leadership style, and the impact this has on your colleagues, juniors and the wider team?
How do you deal with your people frustrations to build collaborative behaviours that support patient care?
Do you want to know how to lead inclusively and be part of a speciality that engages the next generation but dread diversity training?
Are you fed up with the generic buzz around burnout but keen to explore your personal triggers and survival strategies?
Are you struggling to manage your millennial trainees and to appreciate their mindset and priorities?

Join us for a different kind of leadership/management training day to explore the following topics:

Know yourself to manage yourself
The value and danger of bias in an acute care setting
Avoiding burnout in an age of digitalisation
Managing millennial trainee

The day will be dynamic, interactive and practical. CPD credits will be applied for (5 credits expected).

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https://www.ed.ac.uk/clinical-sciences/divisionpgdi/anaesthesia/events/south-east-scotland-icu-group-meeting-9th-november
 
12th to
13th November 2018
Name: SICS Education Meeting
Venue: Edinburgh International Conference Centre
City: Edinburgh
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Description: Open to trainees, consultants, associate specialists, allied health professionals, nursing and students with an interest in Intensive Care Medicine.

Covering a broad range of topics including:

- Point of care ultrasound in the critically ill
- DAS critical care intubation guidelines
- Management of the critically ill obese patient
- Recovery following Intensive Care
- Peri-operative medicine for the high risk surgical population and it's influence on critical care services
- Music in the ICU
- HIV in the critically unwell
- Radiology for trauma
- Antibiotic resistance
- SIGSAG update
- Sleep hygiene
- Women in ICU
- Review of the year's key papers
- Pro/Con debate - ICU should be a solo specialty

+ more and there will be trainee case presentations and medical student poster and break out sessions.
 
22nd to
23rd November 2018
Name: Emerge10: Powered by Curiosity
Venue: The Hub
Address 1: Castlehill
City: Edinburgh
Postcode: EH1 2NE View Map
Contact: emerge@nhslothian.scot.nhs.uk
Description: The themes of the conference are Innovation, Education, Pre-Hospital Care and Global Health. We will be focusing on the latest research in emergency medicine and the advancement made in the last decade.

If you would like to submit a poster for the conference then we’d love to hear from you. We are looking for projects that are pushing innovation and asking questions about how we deliver care.

The closing date for submission of abstracts is Monday 10th September 2018 at 12.00 pm (GMT).
 
January 2019
24th to
25th January 2019
Name: SICS 28th Annual Scientific Meeting
Venue: Fairmont Hotel
City: St Andrews
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Description: The 28th Scottish Intensive Care Society ASM is taking place on the 24th and 25th January 2019 at the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews. A tremendous educational programme of international speakers has been lined up for you including Prof Derek Angus, Prof John Fraser, Prof Stephen Brett, Prof Bronagh Blackwood, Mark Byers and covering topics such as sepsis, ALI, ventilation, icu survivorship, chemical terrorism, new infectious diseases outbreaks and critical care, improving family decisions, weaning and much more.
 
February 2019
6th February 2019
Name: Women in Intensive Care Medicine - Critical Care Without Ceilings
Venue: Royal College of Anaesthetists
City: London
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Description: A fantastic opportunity for ICM specialists to connect and attend informative and engaging lectures and workshops.

With sessions on 'Leading with authenticity', 'Dealing with failure', 'Being an effective ally' and more, the day will focus on providing practical skills and advice leading to better working habits, environment and community.

WICM is a subcommittee of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and are a group of intensive care doctors promoting intensive care medicine as a career choice irrespective of gender. Everyone is welcome at WICM 2019 meeting as we aim to promote ICM for all.
 
8th February 2019
Name: Getting to the heart of the matter
Venue: Golden Jubilee National Hospital
City: Clydebank
Contact: Irene.kielty@gjnh.scot.nhs.uk
Contact Phone: 0141 951 5600
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Description: “core topics day comprising lectures and workshops looking at cardiothoracic issues within the intensive care unit..”
 
21st to
22nd February 2019
Name: Edinburgh Radiology Course for ICM
Venue: Edinburgh Training and Conference Centre
Address 1: St Mary's Street
City: Edinburgh
Contact: dawn.campbell@ed.ac.uk
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Description: The aim of the course is to help you develop a systematic method of reviewing images of common pathologies encountered in clinical practice in Critical Care Medicine. The course includes lectures and hands-on radiology case review workshops with Radiology experts with a maximum of 2 delegates per workstation.

Topics include:
Basic principles of radiology
Indications and limitations of different modalities
Interpretation of CXR and AXR including tubes and lines
CT chest and abdomen/pelvis including venous and arterial phase angiography
CT head and c-spine including near-interventinoal radiology
Pan CT trauma including common injuries and fractures.
 

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