Full Program (2015)

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PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS (Afternoon only Wednesday 2ND SEPTEMBER)

Mechanical Ventilation
Dr Susannah Leaver, Dr Jonathan Ball, Dr Luigi Camporota

Cardiovascular Physiology and Haemodynamic Monitoring
Dr Maurizio Cecconi, Dr Ignacio Monge Garcia, Dr Nick Fletcher, Dr Nawaf Al Subaie

THURSDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER

09:30

Registration and coffee


Session 1 - Chaired by Dr Andrew Rhodes and Dr Maurizio Cecconi

10:00

Welcome

Dr Andrew Rhodes
St George’s Hospital, London

10:00

Critical Care in 2015. What do I need to know?

Professor Jean Louis Vincent
University of Brussels, Belgium

10:30

What have I learned in the last 30 years?

Professor Luciano Gattinoni
University of Milan, Italy

11:00

Break


Session 2 - Chaired by Dr Jonathan Ball and Professor Jean Louis Vincent

11:30

Ebola, my experience of West Africa

Dr Greg McAnulty
St George’s Hospital, London

11:50

Treating shock: art or science?

Professor Didier Payen
Lariboisière University Hospital, Paris

12:10

New therapies for ARDS

Dr Geoff Bellingan
University College London

12:30

Physiology: when EBM has no answers

Professor Jean Louis Vincent
University of Brussels, Belgium

12:50

Panel discussion


13:00

Lunch


Session 3 - Chaired by Professor Didier Payen and Dr Greg McAnlty

14:30

Biomarkers and Critical Care outcomes

Dr Marlies Ostermann
St Thomas’ Hospital, London

14:50

Acute kidney injury: scar for life?

Professor Lui Forni
Royal Surrey Hospital

15:10

Fluids, wet, dry or something else?

Dr Morten Bundgaard-Nielsen
Copenhagen University Hospital

15:30

Perioperative outcomes: just exercise!

Professor Mike Grocott
Southampton University Hospital

15:50

Panel discussion


16:00

Break


Session 4 - Chaired by Dr Andrew Rhodes and Dr Jonathan Ball

16:30

Non-invasive assessment of fluid responsiveness

Professor Azriel Perel
Tel Aviv University, Israel

17:00

Discussion


17:10

Close


FRIDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER

08:30

Registration and coffee


Session 5 - Chaired by Dr Maurizio Cecconi and Professor Azriel Perel

09:00

Water, electrolytes and acid base balance

Professor Luciano Gattinoni
University of Milan

09:20

Advanced Respiratory Care Units: who benefits?

Dr Luigi Camporota
St Thomas’ Hospital, London

09:40

What is a perioperative physician, and what will they do?

Professor Monty Mythen
University College London

10:00

Sedation in ICU: what’s the state of the art?

Dr Scott Brudney
Duke University Hospital, USA

10:20

Panel discussion


10:30

Break


Session 6 - Chaired by Dr Scott Brudney and Professor Monty Mythen

11:00

Let me get this right: right ventricular failure

Professor Didier Payen
Lariboisière University Hospital, Paris

11:20

Emergency surgery for the elderly: how to do it?

Dr Nicolai Bang Foss
Hvidovre, Copenhagen, Denmark

11:40

Expanding the outer envelope of haemodynamic monitoring and still remain non-invasive

Professor Azriel Perel
Tel Aviv University, Israel

12:00

Time for some CALORIES?

Professor Richard Beale
St Thomas’ Hospital, London

12:20

Panel discussion


12:30

Lunch


Session 7 - Chaired by Dr Andrew Rhodes and Professor Richard Beale

14:00

Guidelines on the management of shock: what do I need to know?

Dr Maurizio Cecconi
St George’s Hospital, London

14:20

Multi-drug resistance: what can we do?

Dr Tim Planche
St George’s Hospital, London

14:40

Improving quality in ICU

Professor Simon Mackenzie
St George’s Hospital, London

15:00

Break


Session 8 - Chaired by Dr Jonathan Ball and Dr Maurizio Cecconi

15:30

Protecting the brain from long term damage

Dr Jonathan Ball
St George's Hospital, London

15:50

What happens to our patients when they leave?

Dr Stephen Brett
Imperial College London

16:10

What is new from the Surviving Sepsis Campaign?

Dr Andrew Rhodes
St George’s Hospital, London

16:30

Panel discussion


16:40

End