Neonatal Ventilation - Three day course - 30th April - 2nd May 2019 INCLUDING PRACTICAL SESSIONS

30 May 2019

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THIS COURSE RUNS 30th APRIL - 2nd MAY 2019

Suitable for Neonatal and Paediatric consultants, trainees and nurse practitioners who have a basic understanding of the principles and practice of invasive and non-invasive neonatal ventilation and wish to advance their training in this area.Course is 1-3 days.Day 1 introduces basic concepts of ventilation.Days 2 and 3 deal with more advanced concepts of ventilatory practice.

Lecture and scenario based.

Course Organisers: Dr Gusztav Belteki & Dr Rajiv Chaudhary

"Good course. Teachers demonstrated excellent knowledge, would recommend it! Accommodation was worth the money and Cambridge is beautiful."

"Very well organised course at a great venue. Troubleshooting (simple) problems can be added – for alarms / tubes etc during scenarios. Don’t change the venue!"

Programme

Day 1

Introduction of the course - Dr Gusztav Belteki

Mask ventilation - Professor Colin Morley

Intubation and video laryngoscopy - Dr Rajiv Chaudhary

Conventional mechanical ventilation - Dr Gusztav Belteki

Lunch and ventilator demonstrations

Responding to blood gases and emergencies of ventilated infants - Dr Shazia Hoodbhoy

Neonatal chest X ray interpretation - Dr Jacqueline Hughes

Ventilation case reviews I - Dr Gusztav Belteki

Day 2

How to read ventilator screens - Professor Colin Morley

Monitoring ventilation - Dr Theodore Dassios

Ventilation in the transport setting - Dr Rajiv Chaudhary

Ventilation case reviews II - Dr Gusztav Belteki

Lunch and ventilator demonstrations

TBA - Dr Rob Ross Russell

Ventilation Workshop -

- Video Laryngoscopy

- Setting up ventilators

- Conventional ventilation modes

Day 3

Nitric oxide in the term and preterm infant - Dr Anne Curley

Management of PPHN- Dr Zoltan Molnar

Echocardiography of the ventilated infant- Dr Yogen Singh

Lunch and ventilator demonstrations

HFOV - Dr Gustav Belteki

Disease specific ventilation strategies - Dr Anna Curley

Ventilation workshop II-

- HFOV and lung recruitment

- Responding to ventilator emergencies

- Difficult cases

Summary and closure of the course - Dr Gusztav Belteki

    Faculty

    Gusztav Belteki - Cambridge

    Rajiv Chaudhary - Cambridge

    Anna Curley - Dublin

    Theodor Dassios - King’s College, London

    Shazia Hoodbhoy - Cambridge

    Jackie Hughes - Cambridge

    Zoltan Molnar - Oxford

    Colin Morley - Melbourne & Cambridge

    Rob Ross-Russell - Cambridge

    Yogen Singh - Cambridge

Course fee:

£495.00 (£455 East of England / £300 Addenbrooke's)

For the 3 day ventilation course excluding workshops please click here

For the one day course on the 15th May 2018 please click here

Please be advised that your course fee is refundable for up to 14 days following your application. Thereafter course fees are non-refundable.

RCPCH CPD approval has been sought for this course

Pharmaceutical sponsorship has been sought for this course.

This course takes place at:

Clare College Conferencing Centre, Clare College, Queens Road,Cambridge CB3 9AJ

The organisation is one which contracts Clare College for the use of facilities, but which otherwise has no connection or association with Clare College or the University of Cambridge

Course Administrator

Polly Maunder
01223348884

Course Location

The course takes place at:

Clare College Conference Centre, Queens Road, Cambridge CB3 9AJ

01223348884
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