Developing Sustainable Education for Neuroscience in an Uncertain Climate

Developing Sustainable Education for Neuroscience in an Uncertain Climate

Programme for BANN 2017 Oxford Conference
Friday 20th October
08.30 – 09.15 / Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing
MAIN EXHIBITION ROOM
09.15 – 09.20 / Welcome and Opening Ceremony
Anne Preece, President BANN
09.20 – 09.30 / Opening Address
Andrew Carter, Associate Chief Nurse,Oxford University Hospitals
09.30 – 10.00 / Key Note Address
Seamless care: from crisis (NICU) to community (home ventilation) – an Anaesthetists role
Dr Chris Kearns, Consultant Anaesthetist, OUH
10.00 – 10.30 / Capacity, Cognition and Challenging behaviour on a neuroscience ward
Dr David Okai, Consultant in Psychological Medicine, OUH
10.30 – 10.45 / Question and answer session with speakers
10.45 - 11.15 / Refreshments and Exhibitions / Poster Viewing
MAIN EXHIBITION ROOM
11.15 – 11.45 / Challenges of the multigenerational workforce: The generation game
Juliet Anderson Health Education England, Thames Valley
11.45 – 12.15 / The Development of a Community Neurology Specialist Nurse Service
Jo Bromley, team leader, Oxfordshire community specialist neurology team
12.15 – 12.45 / BANN AGM
12.45 – 13.30 / Lunch and Exhibitions / Posters viewing
13.10-13.30 Presentation of posters and marking
MAIN EXHIBTION ROOM
13.30 – 14.00 / An insight into the patients experience of neuroscience care
Lucy Whittaker and Anna Coles with Mary Quirke, OUH
Concurrent Sessions
CHERWELL SUITE –
Stroke/SAH / WOLVERCOTE SUITE – / CHARLBURY SUITE - Education
14.00 – 14.30 / Triage, Treat and Transfer – a model of hyperacute stroke care
Michael Keeling
York Teaching Hospitals / Automated pupillometry in neurocritical care
Danilo Jataas
Addenbrookes
1 hour / The future of nurse education including apprenticeships
Gemma Brown
Health Education England, Thames Valley
14.30 – 15.00 / Development of the SAH Nurse Role
Cat Lamb OUH / Keeping an accredited neuro course afloat in the West Midlands
Claire Lynch UHB
Ruth Trout Bucks New Uni
14.00 – 15.00 / Main Exhibition Room: UK Alliance of Neuro Rehab Nurses Meetingwith presentation“Working with families in neurorehabilitation : challenges and opportunities” by Dr Audrey Daisley Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, Oxford Centre for Enablement, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust .
15.00 – 15.30 / Refreshments and Exhibitions / Poster Viewing
CHERWELL SUITE / WOLVERCOTE SUITE / CHARLBURYSUITE
15.30 – 16.00 / Giving Evidence: Practical tips
Judith Leach,
Royds Withy King / Practical session:
Skills for using ICP monitors/EVDs
Richard Harrison
Deltasurgical / Developing sustainable education for neuroscience in an uncertain Climate
Kat Cane OUH
16.00 – 16.30 / Developing a SAH support group
Cat Lamb OUH / Neuroscience Benchmarking
Cath Waterhouse
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals / Rehab following traumatic brain injury
Sally Moore Leigh Day
Programme for BANN 2017 Oxford Conference
Saturday 21st October
08.45 – 09.15 / Registration, Refreshments and Exhibition Viewing
MAIN EXHIBITION ROOM
09.15 – 09.20 / Welcome and Opening of Day Two
Dr Mary Braine, President Elect, BANN
09.20 – 09.50 / Key Note Address
Paediatric Neurosurgery
Mr Jay Jayamohan, Neurosurgeon Oxford University Hospitals
09.50 – 10.20 / Surgical management of difficult aneurysms
Mr Patel, Consultant Neurosurgeon, OUH
10.20 – 10.50 / The Magnet Journey
Professor Dickon Weir-Hughes, Oxford University Hospitals and The Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Research
10.50 – 11.00 / Question and answer session with speakers
11.00 – 11.30 / Refreshments and Exhibitions / Poster Viewing
MAIN EXHIBITION ROOM
11.30 – 12.30 / Nurses experience of using painful stimuli during GCS assessment – survey results and open discussion
Dr Neal Cook, Reader, Ulster University, Dr Mary Braine, Senior Lecturer, University of Salford, and Ruth Trout, Senior Lecturer Bucks New University
12.30 – 13.00 / Facilitating learning within neuroscience placements: a student nurses experience
Hannah Braun and Emma Stearn, Oxford Brookes University
13.00 – 13.45 / Lunch and Exhibitions / Posters viewing
MAIN EXHIBTION ROOM
13.30 – 14.00 / Poster Presentations for markers and viewing for delegates
Concurrent Sessions
CHERWELL SUITE / WOLVERCOTE SUITE - Epilepsy / CHARLBURY SUITE – Workshop/simulation
14.00 – 14.30 / Advances in neuromodulation technology for intractable headache
Liz Moir ORH / Epilepsy: a new classification of seizures
Nicola Smith Sheffield Teaching Hospitals / Practical session:
Skills for using ICP monitors/EVDs
Richard Harrison
Deltasurgical
14.30 – 15.00 / The value of putting your experiences into print - Exploring the process of writing and journal publication.
Chris Gibbs, OUH / The role of the epilepsy specialist nurse
Nicola Smith Sheffield Teaching Hospitals / Breaking the myths around compensation
Sally Moore, Leigh Day
Refreshments
MAIN EXHIBITION SUITE
15.15 – 15.45 / Organ Donation and the role of the Specialist Nurse for Organ Donation
Habiba Ahmed, Oxford University Hospital
15.45 – 16.00 / Poster & Oral Presentation Prizes, and Closing Comments
Anne Preece, President BANN

Developing sustainable education for neuroscience in an uncertain Climate

Kat Cane OUH

Poster Presentations
Organ Donation and the role of the Specialist Nurse for Organ Donation
Habiba Ahmed, Specialist Nurse for Organ Donation, Oxford University Hospitals
New Technologies in the management of the patient with deep brain stimulation
Beth Forrow, Surgical Movement Disorder CNS, Oxford University Hospitals
Community based rehabilitation for patients with brain tumours
Catharine James, Neurological Tumour Specialist Nurse, University Hospital of the North Midlands
Triage, treat and transfer model of hyperacute stroke care
Michael Keeling, Stroke Specialist Nurse, York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Neuroscience education – keeping an accredited course afloat in the West Midlands
Claire Lynch, Clinical Educator for Neurosciences, University Hospitals Birmingham and Ruth Trout, Senior Lecturer, Buckinghamshire New University
Advances in neuromodulation technology for the management of intractable headaches
Liz Moir, Lead Nurse Pain Modulation Service, Oxford University Hospitals
Developing an electronic patient diary
Louise Roberts, Senior Sister, Cambridge university NHS Trust
Challenges of creating a new clinical nurse specialist neuromuscular service
Alice Roe, Neuromuscular Clinical Nurse Specialist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Seizure prevention following traumatic brain injury
Mariana Santos Lima, Senior Staff Nurse, Oxford University Hospitals
The Value of Benchmarking in Neuroscience Nursing Practice
Catheryne Waterhouse, Clinical Nurse Educator, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Trust.