East Surrey Hospital will be hosting the first KSS Intensive Care Medicine Regional Training Day for the new academic year 2019/2020 on October the 7th which has been approved by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for 5 CPD points.
The day boasts an extensive list of speakers; Sash intensive care consultant Dr Theophilus Samuels, will be presenting work he is shortly to publish on artificial neural networks in critical care medicine and Dr Donald Leith, one of the ICU echo fellows from 2018/2019 will be returning to talk about how he managed to obtain accreditation in Level 1 British Society of Echocardiography (one of only 9 people to hold this qualification) and how learning echo has impacted his clinical practice.
Dr Ravi Kumar, European Centre Director for the European Diploma of Intensive Care, will be talking about how professional ICM exams are developed and quality assured – and how to pass them!
In addition Professor Julia Wendon, one the top international specialists in hepatology and liver intensive care (as well as executive medical director for King’s College Hospital) will be lecturing in the afternoon and Dr Nicholas Lees from the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals will delivering a lecture on ECMO and heart and lung transplantation.
Although the day has been designed specifically to appeal to intensive care trainees of all grades, anyone who is interested in the topics or doctors in training considering a career in intensive care are welcome to attend.
To book a place intensive care trainees should register on synapse: