4th - 6th July 2017

EBPOM 2017

Agenda

Institute of Education, London, UK, WC1H 0AL


09:00-11:00
Plenary Session 1: Recent Trials and New Results
Chair:  Mike Grocott
09:00
“State of the Nation”: update from POMCTN (Peri-Operative Medicine Clinical Trials Network)
09:25
POQI - The Peri-Operative Quality Initiative
09:40
Associations between intraoperative hypotension and myocardial injury, acute kidney injury, and death
09:55
Forgetting we are scientists: Myths and legends in peri-operative medicine
10:10
Discussion
10:30-11:00
Visiting Professor Lecture
11:00-11:30
Refreshments
11:30-13:00
Plenary Session 2: Peri-Operative Medicine - A Global Perspective
11:30
A view from the East
11:45
Shared decision making - how and why
12:00
Is the UK leading the way?
12:15
A global education initiative in perioperative medicine
Phil Sherrard
12:30
Discussion
13:00-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:30
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 3: GWFD (The Great World Fluid Debate)
Chair:  Monty Mythen
14:00
Increasing oxygen delivery to a target level (probably) improves outcome after major surgery.
14:15
Discussion:
14:45
The choice of resuscitation fluid in major Surgery really does matter
OPTION 2
Workshop: Regional Anaesthesia Workshop with LSoRA (London Society of Regional Anaesthesia)
Beenu Madhavan
Khalid Syeed
Aasifa Treday
Alex Eeles
Leo Phylactides
15:30-16:00
Refreshments
16:00-17:30
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 4: Bringing about change in healthcare
16:00
The PQIP (Perioperative Quality Improvement Program) approach to improvement
16:20
The science of Quality Improvement
16:40
Applying the science of improvement in peri-operative care: Some practical wisdom from recent improvement projects in emergency general surgery
OPTION 2
Workshop: Passive Leg Raise Workshops
With Cheetah Medical
16:00-17:30
How to avoid excess fluid and hypotension. 50% of your patients do NOT respond to fluid, how do you detect them before giving fluids? Passive Leg Raising is a reversible volume challenge to assess the fluid responsiveness. Repeatable without a drop of fluid given. No risk of pulmonary oedema.
17:30
CLOSE OF DAY 1
09:00-11:00
Plenary Session 5: Peri-Operative Care
Chair:  David Walker
09:00
Policy changes - good or bad for peri-operative care?
09:15
Flow based therapy in the OR - how and why?
09:30
What about the blood pressure?
09:45
National Emergency Laparotomy Audit - improvements and latest results
10:30
Ernest Henry Starling Lecture: Visiting lecturer
Perioperative risk and decision making
11:00-11:30
Refreshments
11:30-13:00
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 6: Intra-Operative Care
Chair:  Sol Aronson
11:30
Cardiac patients and non-cardiac surgery - what’s changed?
11:45
FLO-ELA (FLuid Optimisation in Emergency LAparotomy) and the emergency laparotomy
12:00
Cardio-respiratory care intra-operatively
12:15
Are we better at controlling PONV (Post-Operative Nausea and Vomiting)?
OPTION 2
Goal directed fluid therapy to enhance recovery after liver resection: The Leeds experience
Nick Butler (Senior Fellow), Deesa Ward (ERAS liver practitioner), Leeds
With Lidco
13:00-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:30
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 7: Enhanced surgical Recovery with the American Society for Enhanced Recover (ASER)
Chair:  Monty Mythen
14:00
The widespread adoption of Enhanced Surgical Recovery in the USA
Clifford Ko
14:20
Panel Discussion
14:40
Pre-operative pathways - is the patient 'Fit for an Anaesthetic' and/or 'Fit for Surgery'? - In the USA
14:55
Pre-operative pathways - is the patient 'Fit for an Anaesthetic' and/or 'Fit for Surgery'? - In the UK
15:10
Panel Discussion
OPTION 2
Airway management workshops: Intubation through a supraglottic airway and emergency Front of Neck Access
Chair:  Viki Mitchell
14:00-15:30
Learning Objectives: These hands on workshops are aimed at anaesthetists and intensivists. They will consist of small group teaching of two of the skills recommended in the Difficult Airway Society 2015 guidelines for the management of difficult intubation1: scalpel cricothyroidotomy and intubation via a supraglottic airway including the use of the Aintree airway exchange catheter
Faculty Viki Mitchell, Anna Fowler, Emilie Martinoni Hoogenboom, Pete Thomas, Elizabeth Cervi
15:30-16:00
Refreshments
16:00-17:30
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 8: Surgical Perspectives on Care
Chair:  John Myburgh
16:00
I want the best for my patient - how do I get that?
16:15
Surgical outcomes to drive improvements
Clifford Ko
16:30
Getting it right first time - outcome improvements
John Abercrombie
16:45
Educating the next generation surgeon - a new approach?
Iain Anderson
17:00
Discussion
Julie Thackar
Clifford Ko
John Abercrombie
Iain Anderson
OPTION 2
Airway management workshops: Intubation through a supraglottic airway and emergency Front of Neck Access
Chair:  Viki Mitchell
16:00-17:30
Learning Objectives: These hands on workshops are aimed at anaesthetists and intensivists. They will consist of small group teaching of two of the skills recommended in the Difficult Airway Society 2015 guidelines for the management of difficult intubation1: scalpel cricothyroidotomy and intubation via a supraglottic airway including the use of the Aintree airway exchange catheter
Faculty Viki Mitchell, Anna Fowler, Emilie Martinoni Hoogenboom, Pete Thomas, Elizabeth Cervi
OPTION 3:
Breakout with Deltex Medical: TruVue flow and pressure throughout the heart beat - Horizon 2020 funding for multicentre study
Graham Lowe
17:30
END of DAY 2
09:00-11:00
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 9: POETTS ANNUAL MEETING
(Peri-Operative Exercise, Testing and Training Society)
Chair:  Mike Grocott
09:30
CPET and risk communication for shared decision making
10:00
Using predicted mortality to plan peri-operative care
10:30
CPET and short and medium term peri-operative mortality
OPTION 2
Breakout: Predictive Monitoring; can we avoid hypotension?
with Edwards Lifesciences
11:00-11:30
Refreshments
11:30-13:00
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 10: POETTS ANNUAL MEETING (continued)
Peri-Operative Exercise Testing &Training Society
11:30
Fit 4 Surgery
12:00
Prehabilitation - potential mechanisms
12:30
CPET, cardiac ischaemia and pre-operative optimisation
OPTION 2
Enhanced Surgical Recovery: EBPOM/ASER (American Society of Enhanced Recovery) Joint Session
Chair:  Tim Miller
Monty Mythen
11:30
Case presentations including: Patient Education, Carbohydrate Loading?, Bowel Prep?, Oain Management?, Fluid Management?, Early Drinking, Eating and Mobilisation, Postop GI tract Function, Outcome measures
Julie Thacker
Clifford Ko
12:45-14:00
Lunch
13:15-14:00
David Bennett Research Prize Oral Finalist
Chair:  David Walker
13:30-15:30
OPTION 1
Plenary Session 11: TRIPOM ANNUAL MEETING
Trainees with an Interest in Peri-Operative Medicine
13:30-14:00
David Bennett Research Prize Oral Finalist Presentations
Finalists
14:00-14:10
TRIPOM: An educational collaborative
TRIPOM Committee
14:10-14:35
Communicating Risk - A fresh perspective
Alexandra Freeman
14:35-15:00
Risk communication and caring for an ageing population
David Shipway
15:00-15:30
A case in point - open discussion
OPTION 2
POETTS Session: Physiology & Research and AGM
Peri-Operative Exercise Testing and Training Society
Chair:  Helen Anderson
14:00
CPET: Ventilatory efficiency, limitations and perceptions
14:30
POETTS AGM
15:00
Abstracts and Research Proposals
OPTION 3
Workshop: Regional Anaesthesia Workshop with LSoRA (London Society of Regional Anaesthesia)
Beenu Madhavan
Khalid Syeed
Aasifa Treday
Alex Eeles
Leo Phylactides
15:30-16:00
Refreshments
16:00-18:00
Plenary Session 12
TRIPOM ANNUAL MEETING (continued)
Chair:  John Whittle
16:00-16:40
The CPET Olympics: Gassers vs Slashers
Claire Morkane
16:40-17:15
Innovations in peri-operative care: the Australian Model
17:15-17:50
Australia vs UK: TRIPOM Down Under
Justin Nazareth
17:45-18:00
Introducing TRIPOM
TRIPOM Committee
18:00
David Bennett Research Prize Awards
CLOSE OF EBPOM 2017

Event Information

Date
4th - 6th July 2017
Location
Institute of Education, London, UK, WC1H 0AL
CPD credit
15 Points
Matrix Codes
TBC