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Cheltenham Easter Eggstravaganza Study Day

Presentations from our study day held on the 3rd April at Pitville Pumprooms.  A great day with many talks including Autonomic Dysreflexia, Saturation Probes, ICNARC and EMDR amongst others.

South East Critical Care - Our Work

South East Critical Care Conference - 11th June 2019

This year’s Critical Care Conference will be held at the Crown Plaza in Crawley on 11 June 2019.

Attached is our updated draft programme which, you will see, has some excellent speakers and subjects including John Haslam from Salisbury NHSFT who gave such a successful talk at ICS in December and a live demonstration of Lung Ultrasound.

POSTERS

We are hoping you will bring posters for our competition and we are especially looking for posters about:

  • Shared learning from incidents
  • Post registration ICU course students project summaries
  • Local research initiatives

Please let us know if you are bringing a poster – the best one will win a prize!

We have organised some great sponsors and stands for you and will again be running our quiz for you to get to know their products and for them to introduce themselves to you!

To Register:  Please use the on-line form here REGISTRATION FORM or let me know if you have any difficulty with it.

For any questions or if you would like more details, please contact Caroline or Sue on met-tr.secccn@nhs.net

draft 2019 SECCN Critical Care Conference Programme 21 02 19

South West Critical Care - Our Work

Presentations from Delirium Day - 9th October 2018

The presentations that were shown at our Delirium Study Day on the 9th of October at the Southmead Hospital Learning and Research Department are now available to view and share.  This was a very successful day with full attendance and inspirational speakers, please feel free to take a look at the information and use in your units.  With thanks to all that attended and our speakers including: Kate Tantam, John Bell, Sam Heaton, Sonia Maisey, Tom Hulme, Natasha Rac, Allan Sinclair, John Warburton, Dr Roger Garrett, Graham Brant, Keith Davies and Ann Touboulic.

Please click here for the documents

If you would like any further information, please contact swccn@uhbristol.nhs.uk

 

South East Neonatal - Our Work

Time = Brain

Time=Brain is a regional Neonatal Therapeutic Hypothermia project devised and led by Dr. Peter Reynolds and supported by South East Neonatal Network and the Maternity, Children & Young People’s Strategic Clinical Network.

The South East Neonatal Network (SENN) Time=Brain project aims to enhance the protection of babies’ brains when there is evidence of moderate or severe encephalopathy through optimising the use of therapeutic hypothermia (cooling).

There are four key aims to this project:

  1. To ensure that the decision to cool babies is consistently applied across the SEC region
  2. To achieve the target temperature range safely & promptly, avoiding under- or over- cooling
  3. To achieve the target temperature (33-34°C) within 6 hours of birth (or postnatal collapse event)
  4. To maintain the target temperature during handover and transport of babies

The key message for Time=Brain is that there is sufficient time to examine and document the baby’s neurology, diagnose the Grade of Encephalopathy and start servo-controlled cooling for moderate and severe grades, to reach the target temperature within 6 hours of birth according to NICE Guidelines.

NICHD Scoring for HIE

The NICHD chart (downloadable/printable below) should be used to guide clinicians as to when to commence cooling. This replaces the previously used Thompson/BadgerNet scoring. The criteria for babies being at particular risk of HIE has not changed. We continue to encourage clinicians to take time to evaluate the baby on the neonatal unit, with repeated clinical examinations, use of CFM where available, and discussion with a senior clinician at the local NICU, before initiation of cooling. Starting cooling on delivery suite is not recommended.

In line with current NICE guidance, we aim for babies to be at the target temperature of 33-34 degrees C. The use of servo-controlled cooling devices will normally achieve this within an hour of commencing cooling.

TimeBrain NICHD Chart

Thames Valley & Wessex Neonatal - Our Work

TV & W Guidelines and Policies

Nursing Guidelines

Light Guideline – Final July 2010 – reviewed June 2016 v3 – ratified 07 Jul ’16

Neonatal Palliative Care Guideline – Final 2017 – Reviewed Oct ’17 – v6 approved

Noise Guideline – Final July 2010 reviewed June 2016 v4 – ratified 07.07.2016

Non Nutritive Sucking Guideline – Final Oct ’10 – revised Aug ’16 – v3 approved

Non Nutritive Sucking – Parents Information Leaflet – v1 approved Oct ’16

Nursing Care of CPAP or Bi Phasic CPAP. V4, Feb 2018. Final Version.

Nursing Guideline for Neonatal Behavioural Cues, V3, March 2018. Final Version.

Phototherapy guideline- updated Oct 2013 KR131015

Positioning and Handling on the Neonatal Unit, V3, July 2017. Final version

Positive Touch Guideline – Final reviewed Apr ’17 v3 Ratified Oct 2017

Skin Integrity Guideline – Final May ’12 – reviewed Jun ’16 v3 approved

Suction Guideline – Final Aug ’16 – v1 approved

Taste & Smell Guideline- Final May ’16 v1 approved

Taste and Smell Booklet – A5 Parent’s Information – Final May ’16 v1 approved

Umbilical Cord Care Guideline. V3, Feb 2018. Final Version.

Clinical Guidelines

ROP Care Pathway Final Ratified V1.1 Aug 2018

TV Wessex Cardiac Care Pathway Final August 2018

TV Wessex Surgical Care Pathway Final Aug 18

TV Network Surfactant Guideline – Final Feb ’17 – v4 approved

TV Guideline for NAS – v2.1 FINAL Oct 2017

Wessex Bilious Vomiting Pathway – Malrotation guideline final Feb ’15 – reviewed Apr’17 v1.9 approved

Wessex Guideline for Nutritional Care of Infants – UHS May ’16 – v2 Final October 2017

 

Policies

Exception Reporting Policy -reviewed June 18 Final version

Mortality Review template FINAL Dec 2016 Ratified Oct 17

Repatriation of neonates from NICU-LNU to the local SCU version2 Final ratified version Sep 18

 

Transfer Policy for LNU SCU 2018 Final Version ratified Sept 2018Exception Reporting Policy -reviewed June 18 Final version

 

Paediatric Critical Care - Our Work

TV&W PCC ODN - Paediatric Critical Care Minimum Data Set (PCCMDS)

The PCCMDS is a mandated, national dataset which captures Level 1, 2 and 3 patient activity using the national XB01Z-XB09Z HRGs.

The ODN has asked all Trusts in the region to collect this data on an ongoing basis for inpatients to inform and support our work with the national review for Paediatric Critical Care and Paediatric Surgery.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q1: Which codes should we include in our reporting?

A1: Please include any XB HRG codes which come out of the grouper. NB. XB08Z relates to retrieval transport and should not appear in DGH data.

Q2: Should we only collect data on patients in recognised high care bed spaces?

A2: No, we want data to represent the true level of PCC activity in our region so data should be collected on any admitted patient irrespective of the level of bed they are in.

Q3: Should we include 30-60 minute drug therapies such as phenytoin or phenabarbatone as continuous infusions?

A3: No, a continuous infusion means non-stop and needs to be given for more than 4 hours to meet PCCMDS criteria.  Intermittent infusions such as phenytoin will not trigger PCCMDS criteria unless the patient also has a reduced level of consciousness (GCS).

South East Critical Care - Our Work

Useful Links

Evelina London Children’s Healthcare – South Thames Retrieval Service (STRS)

The South Thames Retrieval Service (STRS) is an intensive care service, transporting critically ill children from local hospitals to intensive care units (PICUs). The team is made up of doctors and nurses from their intensive care unit who are specially trained in stabilising and transferring critically ill children. The team give advice to staff at district general hospitals before their arrival to retrieve a child. They then provide intensive care to the child before they leave hospital, while they are travelling in an ambulance, helicopter or plane and when they are settling in to a PICU. Two teams are available to transport children 24 hours, 7 days a week. When they are not transporting children, the team are working within the intensive care unit. For comprehensive advice on referrals; clinical guidelines and drug calculations; medical formulas; information for patients and relatives visit: https://www.evelinalondon.nhs.uk/our-services/hospital/south-thames-retrieval-service/overview.aspx

London and South East England Burn Network

The LSEBN serves a population of around 21 million people, living in London, the East of England, Kent Surrey and Sussex, Thames Valley and Wessex: http://www.lsebn.nhs.uk/

South West London and Surrey Trauma Network

Serves the population of South West London and Surrey.  The Major Trauma Centre is St. George’s Hospital which is supported by 7 Trauma Units: https://www.swlandstn.com/

South East London Kent and Medway Trauma Network

Serves the population of South East London and Kent and Medway. The Major Trauma Centre is King’s College Hospital which is supported by 7 Trauma Units.

Sussex Trauma Network

Serves the population of Sussex. The Major Trauma Centre is the Royal Sussex County Hospital which is supported by 4 Trauma Units: http://sussextrauma.org/

 

South East Critical Care - Our Work

Rehabilitation

The optimisation of recovery from critical illness, rather than mere survival, has developed increasing prominence as the physical and psychological ramifications of a stay in critical care have become widely acknowledged. Research on the longer term consequences of critical illness has shown that significant numbers of patients surviving critical illness have important continuing problems.

“For many, discharge from Critical Care is the start of an uncertain journey to recovery characterised by, among other problems, weakness, loss of energy and physical difficulties, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress (PTS) phenomena and, for some, a loss of mental faculty (termed cognitive function). Family members become informal care givers, and that itself can exert a secondary toll of ill-health; family relationships can become altered and financial security impaired.” (NICE 2009)

Information for patients and relatives

SECCN Critical Illness Poster – Information for patients and relatives

FPH Anxiety Resource 2015

FPH Depression Resource 2015

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)

Recognition of the unmet clinical needs of patients surviving critical illness prompted NICE to publish guidelines for rehabilitation – Clinical Guidelines 83 and Quality Standards 158:

NICE CG83

NICE QS158

SECCN guidance documents to support critical care units to deliver rehabilitation throughout the critical illness pathway

SECCN Rehabilitation Summary Document September 18

SECCN Rehabilitation Pathway Standards September 18

SECCN Short Clinical Assessment September 18

SECCN Patient Diary Guidelines

Useful links

Link to Frimley Park Hospital on line training for patient diaries:   http://www.frimleypark.nhs.uk/e-learning/PatientDiaryTraining/launch.html

ICU Steps – Intensive Care Patient Support Charity: http://www.icusteps.org

 

 

 

 

 

Paediatric Critical Care - Our Work

Education & Training

The Paediatric Critical Care network prides itself on maintaining a focus on training and education for all staff in the network to support paediatric critical care work in our Trusts.  Where possible education will be free to attend.

All current courses available for paediatrics can be viewed on the Wessex PIER website.

In addition, keep your eyes peeled for specific ODN offerings such as the annual education day (May), and annual M&M (September).

If there is something you would like us to be focusing on, please get in touch and let us know.

Paediatric Critical Care - Our Work

TV&W PCC ODN Quality Dashboard

The idea behind the dashboard was to develop a simple set of metrics which could demonstrate outcomes of our services, and more importantly could be used to monitor trends in performance so Trusts can explore and understand variation in performance.

The metrics focus on quality data measures such as;

  • Unplanned PICU admissions,
  • Medication Errors reaching the patient,
  • Deaths,
  • Sepsis performance and,
  • Time Critical Transfers.

The dashboard was started in early 2017 and some of our Trusts have done great work in using it to raise the profile of paediatric services within their Trusts.

Paediatric Critical Care - Our Work

Paediatric Nursing Competencies - Level 1

The Nursing Competencies programme has been designed from the national Time to Move On document (RCPCH 2014) and offers a short course (2 days) for nurses wanting to refresh or develop their Level 1 Critical Care skills.  Funding by Health Education England, the course is free to attend and is available six times a year across Thames Valley & Wessex locations.

Alongside the study days, a competency document must be completed back at your place of work. For more information and to book your place visit PIER website.

South East Neonatal - Our Work

Our Units

South East Neonatal Network covers Kent, Surrey & Sussex; there are 11 Acute Trusts and 13 units in the Network. Two acute Trusts straddle the borders with Thames Valley & Wessex Neonatal Network, we work collaboratively to ensure that patient flows are appropriate for the level of care required.

South East Neonatal Network consists of 4 Neonatal Intensive Care Units, 3 Local Neonatal Units and 6 Special Care Units. South East Coast Neonatal Transfer Service operates across the Network, undertaking both emergency retrievals and repatriation back to local units.

Hospital Contacts
Medway Maritime Hospital

Medway

Oliver Fisher Neonatal Unit

NICU

Lead Clinician: Dr Aung Soe
Ward Manager: Anna Francis
Darent Valley Hospital

Dartford

Special Care Baby Unit (Walnut Ward)

SCU

Lead Clinician: Dr Abdul Hasib
Ward Manager: Annette Pope/Kathy Wood
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital

Margate

Special Baby Care Unit

SCU

Lead Clinician: Dr Kalu Ogbureke
Ward Manager: Louise Ruiz
William Harvey Hospital

Ashford

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

NICU

Lead Clinician: Dr Vimal Vasu
Ward Manager: Louise Ruiz
The Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury

Neonatal Unit

LNU

Lead Clinician: Dr Hamudi Kisat
Ward Manager: Julia Moat & Lou Mair
Royal Sussex County Hospital,

Brighton

Trevor Mann Baby Unit

NICU

Lead Clinician: Dr Phil Amess
Ward Manager: Julia Simpson
Conquest Hospital,

St Leonards on Sea

Special Care Baby Unit

SCU

Lead Clinician: Dr Mani Kandasamy
Ward Manager: Wendy Thompsett
Princess Royal Hospital

Haywards Heath

Trevor Mann Baby Unit

SCU

As for Royal Sussex
St Peters Hospital,

Chertsey

Neonatal Unit

NICU

Lead Clinician: Dr Peter Martin
Ward Manager: Sara Robertson
East Surrey Hospital

Redhill

Neonatal Unit

LNU

Lead Clinician: Dr Abdul Khader
Ward Manager: Ingrid Marsden
Frimley Park Hospital

Frimley

Special Care Baby Unit

LNU

Lead Clinician: Dr Sanjay Jaiswal
Ward Manager: Jennifer Lomas
Royal Surrey County Hospital

Guildford

Neonatal Unit

SCU

Lead Clinician: Dr Michael Hardo
Ward Manager: Geizel Pulanco
Worthing Hospital

Worthing

Beeding Ward

SCU

Lead Clinician: Dr Katia Vamvakiti
Ward Manager Abi Seal

South East Critical Care - Our Work

SECCN About Us

The South East (formerly South East Coast) Critical Care Network was established in April 2013 as a result of the merger between the critical care networks of Kent & Medway; Surrey and Sussex.

The role of the network is to enable Critical Care Services to work together to promote the highest quality of care for people in the South East of England. Critical Care is a vital hospital service for people with life threatening injuries and illnesses. Critical Care encompasses intensive care and high dependency care units and is where the sickest patients in hospitals are treated. Critical Care staff also provide support to ward areas to ensure the early recognition and response to acutely ill patients wherever they are in the hospital.

The SECCN promotes clinical engagement and collaboration across the South East region to ensure the delivery of safe and effective services for critically ill patients throughout the patient pathway. It provides guidance on service standards to ensure equity of the care patients and their families and loved ones receive. Critical care pathways are audited and best practice identified to serve as a benchmark for service improvement.

The SECCN provides a link between commissioners and providers of critical care to promote integration and coordination of services. The SECCN assists commissioners and providers to coordinate resources to secure the best outcomes for patients. Critical Care activity is monitored across the region to assist capacity planning and to forecast demand, to ensure that supply and demand of Critical Care services are matched even at times of peak activity.

Members of the SECCN work collaboratively to share learning, experience, knowledge and skills; to enable staff to have the skills and confidence to develop Critical Care services in line with initiatives and progress in medical practice and to meet the expectations of commissioners and the public.

Our network hospitals:

Hospital Lead Clinician Lead Nurse
Darent Valley Hospital Dr Mike Protopapas Maria Crowley
Kent & Canterbury Hospital Dr Martin Mayall Julie Cristall
Maidstone General Hospital Dr Dan Moult Angali Clifton-Fearnside
Medway Maritime Hospital Dr Paul Hayden Jane Westhead
Queen Elizabeth the
Queen Mother Hospital
Dr Craig Guest Deirdre McFarlane
Tunbridge Wells Hospital
at Pembury
Dr Dan Moult Jane Sansom
William Harvey Hospital Dr Mark Snazelle Jane Kirk-Smith
East Surrey Hospital Dr Claire Mearns Caroline Allison/
Chris Beevers
Frimley Park Hospital Dr Mark Blackmore Mary Virtue
Royal Surrey Hospital  Dr Amish Patel Jackie Yeruva
St Peter’s Hospital Dr Tony Parsons Denise Hallet
Eastbourne General Hospital Dr Alex Trimmings Sylvia Harris
Princess Royal Hospital Dr Owen Boyd/
Dr John Kilic
Clare Hebditch
Queen Victoria Hospital Dr Matt Lees Claire Tait
Royal Sussex Hospital Dr Owen Boyd/
Dr John Kilic
Clare McGregor
St Richards’s Hospital Dr Justin Dickens Emma D’arcy
The Conquest Hospital Dr Alex Trimmings Caroline Ellis
Worthing Hospital Dr James Nicholson Adam Rogers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South East Critical Care - Our Work

SECCN Transfer of the critically ill

Patients who are critically ill in hospital may, during the course of their care, require transfer to another hospital or to another department within the same hospital.
Indications for transfer include specialist investigation or treatment; lack of availability of a staffed critical care bed, repatriation to a local hospital from a specialist center and transfer back to a local critical care unit from a more distant hospital.
Transferring a critically ill patient evokes risks but having a clear pathway of referral, risk assessment and clinical protocol the risk is minimised.

Transfer and Handover Forms

The SECCN transfer form and checklist for inter hospital ensure appropriate risk assessment prior to and preparation for transfer.

For ordering details: SECCN transfer charts ordering details

To view: Transfer form 1.0 FINAL2

To view: Checklist 1.0 FINAL2

 

 

 

The principles of safe transfer are applicable to patients transferred between hospital departments. The SECCN intra hospital risk assessment and transfer form is available for printing in A4:

SECCN Intrahospital transfer form V2 September 2018

 

 

 

Safe handover of care from one team to another is promoted by a standardize controlled process.

The SECCN standard operating procedure for handover is available for printing in A4:

SECCN Handover Form September 2018

 

 

Transfer guidelines

The SECCN transfer guidelines are currently being updated and will be uploaded as soon as possible. In the interim, please contact caroline.wilson2@nhs.net for any information or access the Intensive Care Society guidelines for the critically ill adult: ICS transport_of_the_critically_ill_adult

Transfer Training

Each critical care unit runs transfer training for staff. An Intensive Care Society accredited simulation based transfer course (STricT) has been developed by St Peter’s Hospital and Royal Surrey County Hospital critical care units supported by SECCN and Health Education Kent, Surrey & Sussex. This course is also run at East Sussex Hospitals. For further information on STricT please visit https://strictcourse.co.uk or contact strictcourse@gmail.com,

Useful Links

The North West London Critical Care Network website contains comprehensive critical care transfer information and can be found at: www.londonccn.nhs.uk

South East Critical Care - Our Work

SECCN Annual Critical Care Conference

SECCN has held a critical care conference annually since 2014 and the event continues to go from strength to strength, attracting renowned speakers from within and outside the network and is attended by members of all health professional groups working in critical care. The event is kindly sponsored by a variety of companies which ensures that the event is free to delegates. A poster competition is held each year as well as a short quiz and each has a small prize for the winner.

The 2018 conference was held on 16th May

SEC Critical Care Conference Programme 2018

Speaker notes

Presentations

CRRT with Regional Citrate Anticoagulation on ESHT ICU – The first 8 years

Respiratory Weaning in Spinal Injury Rehabilitation

Sarcopenia and Muscle Wasting on ICU – a dietetic perspective

The Physiotherapy Role in Critical Care Outreach – stretching professional boundaries (2)

We’ve always doen it this way – Is it time to explore new ways of sharing information

Posters

The use of high-flow nasal oxygen therapy (HFNOT) outside critical care – a deanery wide survey
Dr P T Thorburn, Dr I Francis and Dr F Baldwin (Brighton & Sussex University Hospital)

 

 

 

Use of Simulation Based Learning in Critical Care Transfer Training
R.Mody, P. Wilder (Frimley Health)

 

 

 

Audit: Use of stress ulcer prophylaxis in critically ill patients
Dr. Sinan Bahlool, Dr. Krushna Patel, Dr. Andrew Baigey (East Kent Hospitals)

2017

SECCN Conference List of Speakers 2017

SECCN Critical Care Conference Programme 2017

2016

SECCN Conference List of Speakers 2016

SECCN Critical Care Conference Programme 2016

 

 

South East Neonatal - Our Work

South East Neonatal Transfer Service

The Kent, Surrey and Sussex Neonatal Transfer Services is comprised of three separate teams which operate to cover the entire region and offers a comprehensive planned and unplanned neonatal transfer service. This enables the movement of critically ill patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week across the region and the elective transfer of less unwell infants.

Kent, Surrey & Sussex Neonatal Transfer Service is part of the London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Neonatal Transport Service coordinated through the Emergency Bed Service. During the daytime two teams operate over the three regions between 08:00 – 20:00 for planned and unplanned transfers. From 20:00 – 08:00 one of the three teams offers the night cover for the region on a rotational basis.

Trevor Mann Baby Unit at Royal Sussex County Hospital
Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Unit at Medway Maritime Hospital
Neonatal Unit at St. Peter’s Hospital

Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care - Our Work

Thames Valley & Wessex ACC Transfer Group

The Network has an active Transfer Group, led by Carolyn Barrett & Nikos Makris (Thames Valley) and Neil Johnson (Wessex). Recent priorities for the group include standardising the Network Transfer Form and a Network Competency Workbook, as well as an audit of the current provision of Transfer Training that is being delivered within the Network and Transfer Equipment.

View the Network Transfer Policy

View the Network Transfer Form – Thames Valley

View the Network Transfer Form – Wessex

View the Network Incident Form

Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care - Our Work

NHS England South – Adult Critical Care Improving Value (QIPP)

Combined quality improvement work with NHS South is ongoing and a NHS South strategy for capacity, currency and costing is being developed. This will necessitate active engagement with STP’s and CCG’s as well as provider trusts. A programme of engagement events will continue throughout 2018/19 and units will be supported to complete a demand, capacity and costing review by a programme of network visits.

More details to follow.

Paediatric Neurosciences - Our Work

Delivering work up for Epilepsy Surgery closer to home

Delivering work up for Epilepsy Surgery closer to home

The team has been working with the Children’s Epilepsy Surgery Service (CESS) based at Bristol Children’s Hospital, and the epilepsy teams at Southampton and Oxford Children’s Hospitals. The project aims to ensure that children with complex epilepsy from the Wessex and Thames Valley regions who are being considered for epilepsy surgery are able to receive as much of their pre-surgical care and diagnostics at their home tertiary centre as possible. This means less travel for the families and improved consistency of care from the epilepsy teams that they already have a relationship with.

A ‘hub and spoke’ model has been developed with the regional centres to ensure that access to paediatric epilepsy clinical care, neuro-psychological and psychiatric assessment, MRI, Video EEG and other diagnostic requirements can be provided as close to home for the patients as is appropriate.

There is a set tariff for pre-surgical evaluation (PSE) for epilepsy surgery and we have negotiated a division of the tariff between the CESS centre and the tertiary neurosciences centres to support the teams delivering the care.

From 1st April 2018 all PSE for children from the Wessex region will be delivered at Southampton Children’s Hospital. A similar arrangement for children from the Thames Valley region is being developed at Oxford Children’s Hospital.

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Events Calendar

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Event: Lung US, Mechanical Ventilation, LISA (June 2019 Date TBC)
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Neonatal
Location: TBC
Date: TBC
Time: TBC
Information: Wessex-Oxford Neonatal Study Day   (June 2019 Date TBC) For more details and to register for the study day please visit the WONEP website on Wessex-Oxford Neonatal Education Programme Find out more
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Event: Thames Valley & Wessex ACC Clinical Forum – October 2018
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Location: Shaw House, Newbury
Date: 17th October 2018
Time: 10:00
Information: If interested in attending to represent your Unit, please email england.tv-w-criticalcarenetwork@nhs.net Find out more
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Event: Thames Valley & Wessex ACC Network Study Day
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Location: Ark Conference Centre, Basingstoke
Date: 6th November 2018
Time: TBC
Information: Bookings now being taken for our Network Study Day: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thames-valley-wessex-adult-critical-care-network-study-day-tickets-46798198672?ref=estw Find out more
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Event: TV PCC Clinical Forum
Networks: Paediatric Critical Care
Location: Seminar Room, Level 4, Women & Children's Centre, OUH
Date: 8th November 2018
Time: 09:00 - 11:00
Information: Find out more
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Event: Wessex PCC Clinical Forum
Networks: Paediatric Critical Care
Location: Meeting Room 2, Oakley Road
Date: 12th November 2018
Time: 09:30 - 12:00
Information: Find out more
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Event: TVW PCC ODN SORT, Governance & Board meeting
Networks: Paediatric Critical Care
Location: West Berkshire Community Hospital, Newbury, RG18 3AS
Date: 19th November 2018
Time: 09:00 - 15:30
Information: We will be holding these three meetings together on this date at the following times; SORT – 0900 – 1100 Governance Group – 1100 – 1300 ODN Board – 1330 – 1530   Find out more
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Event: NHS South Standardised Mobilisation Meeting
Networks: South West Critical Care, Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care, South East Critical Care
Location: Tidbury Farm, SO21 3QQ
Date: 23rd November 2018
Time: 10:30 - 14:30
Information: For further details contact caroline.wilson2@nhs.net Find out more
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Event: SECCN Pharmacy Leads Meeting
Networks: South East Critical Care
Location: TBC
Date: 11th January 2019
Time: 10:00 - 13:00
Information: The inaugural Pharmacy Group Meeting is to be held on 11th January, 2019. Representation from all critical care units welcome. For further details contact caroline.wilson2@nhs.net Find out more
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Event: Quality Improvement in Neonatal Care
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Neonatal
Location: Jan Heath Clinical Skills Room University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust
Date: 28th January 2019
Time: TBC
Information: Wessex-Oxford Neonatal QI Study Day.   For more details and to register for the QI study day please visit the WONEP website on Wessex-Oxford Neonatal Education Programme   Find out more
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Event: TVW PCC ODN Exercise Kite
Networks: Paediatric Critical Care
Location: TBC, Reading area
Date: 27th February 2019
Time: 08:30 - 17:00
Information: Exercise Kite is an all day exercise in conjunction with ambulance services and trauma networks testing provider responses over Days 1-3 of a major incident scenario.  Public Health England are sponsoring the day.  Each TV&W hospital Emergency Planning lead (EPRR) is co-ordinating MDT attendance from their Trust so please speak to your EPRR lead if […] Find out more
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Event: Thames Valley & Wessex ACC Clinical Forum – March 2019
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Location: Shaw House, Newbury
Date: 5th March 2019
Time: 10:00
Information: If interested in attending to represent your Unit, please email england.tv-w-criticalcarenetwork@nhs.net Find out more
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Event: SECCN Governance and Clinical Forum 5th March 2019
Networks: South East Critical Care
Location: Ashtead Hospital, Surrey, KT21 2SB
Date: 5th March 2019
Time: TBC
Information: The next SECCN is to be held on 5th March, 2019. Items for the agenda to caroline.wilson2@nhs.net please. Find out more
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Event: Neonatal Palliative Care and Bereavement
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Neonatal
Location: Jan Heath Clinical Skills Room University Hospitals Southampton NHS Trust
Date: 23rd April 2019
Time: TBC
Information: Wessex-Oxford Neonatal Palliative Care Study Day For more details and to register for the study day please visit the WONEP website on Wessex-Oxford Neonatal Education Programme   Find out more
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Event: TVW PCC ODN Education Day 2019
Networks: Paediatric Critical Care
Location: Guild Hall, Winchester
Date: 17th May 2019
Time: 08:30 - 17:00
Information: Save the Date for the 2019 Thames Valley & Wessex Education Day! More details to follow. Find out more
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Event: SECCN 11th June 2019 Conference Save the Date
Networks: South East Critical Care
Location: Crown Plaza Hotel, Crawley, RH11 7SX
Date: 11th June 2019
Time: TBC
Information: SECCN 2019 Conference Save the Date Inspiring speakers! Interactive sponsors! Poster competition! CPD accreditation!   Find out more
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What's new

News: SECCN Newsletter March 2019
Networks: South East Critical Care
Date: 6th March 2019
Information: The SECCN March 2019 is now live and can be accessed via the following link: SECCN Newsletter March 2019 Read more
News: SECCN New Year Newsletter 2019
Networks: South East Critical Care
Date: 31st December 2018
Information: The SECCN New Year Newsletter 2019 is now live and can be accessed via the following link: New Year Newsletter 2019 Read more
News: TV&W ACC Network Newsletter – November 2018
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Date: 15th November 2018
Information: Our latest network newsletter is now live! If you wish to view the newsletter, then please click here. Please do also get in touch if you have content that you would like added for future newsletters! Read more
News: South West Critical Care Network Newsletter
Networks: South West Critical Care
Date: 3rd October 2018
Information: Our summer newsletter for the South West is available to view, please click here for more.  If you would like to comment on content or add something to the next newsletter, please email us at: swccn@uhbristol.nhs.uk Read more
News: SECCN Newsletter September 2018
Networks: South East Critical Care
Date: 7th September 2018
Information: The September 2018 newsletter is now live. If you wish to view the newsletter (or subscribe to future newsletters), then please click the link below. September 2018 newsletter  Please do also get in touch if you have content that you would like added for future newsletters! Read more
News: Network Newsletter – August 2018
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Date: 9th August 2018
Information: Our Summer network newsletter is now live! If you wish to view the newsletter (or subscribe to future newsletters), then please click the link below. https://mailchi.mp/3bb3daec82c5/thames-valley-wessex-acc-odn-network-newsletter Please do also get in touch if you have content that you would like added for future newsletters! Read more
News: Thames Valley & Wessex ACC Study Day – bookings now being taken!
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Date: 30th July 2018
Information: Bookings are now being taken for our Network Study Day. Full programme details to follow, but bookings cane be taken here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/thames-valley-wessex-adult-critical-care-network-study-day-tickets-46798198672   Read more
News: Thames Valley & Wessex ACC ODN : New Transfer Forms
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Date: 30th July 2018
Information: Our new Network Transfer Forms are now available on our website! The link to these forms can be found on our Transfer Group page: https://southodns.nhs.uk/projects/thames-valley-wessex-acc-transfer-group/ Read more
News: SECCN Newsletter January 2018
Networks: South East Critical Care
Date: 18th May 2018
Information: New Year newsletter Read more
News: Network Newsletter – May 2018
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Date: 15th May 2018
Information: Our First network newsletter is now live! If you wish to view the newsletter (or subscribe to future newsletters), then please click the link below. https://mailchi.mp/4e7847fc0f50/tvwacc-network-newsletter Please do also get in touch if you have content that you would like added for future newsletters! Read more
News: New Website – TV&W ACC
Networks: Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care
Date: 10th May 2018
Information: Welcome to our new website, we hope you find it useful. If you are part of the Thames Valley & Wessex Critical Care Network, and you have any relevant news or events that you would like added to the site (or our newsletter), then please email: england.tv-w-criticalcarenetwork@nhs.net Read more
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