Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient 25th-27th March 2015

£590.00

Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient

This Royal College of Surgeons approved two and a half day course is designed to advance the practical, theoretical and personal skills necessary for the care of critically ill surgical patients.

Course Objectives

  • Develop the theoretical basis and practical skills necessary to manage the critically ill surgical patient
  • Be able to assess critically ill patients accurately and appreciate the value of a system of assessment for the critically ill
  • Understand the subtlety and variety of presentation of critical illness and the methods available for improving detection
  • Understand the importance of a plan of action in order to achieve clinical progress, accurate diagnosis and early definitive treatment, and be able to formulate a plan of action and involve appropriate assistance in a timely manner
  • Appreciate that complications tend to occur in a cascade and realise that prevention of complications is fundamental to successful outcome
  • Be aware of the support facilities available and interact with nursing staff, other surgeons, intensivists and anaesthetists, being aware in particular of the surgeon’s role in the delivery of multi-disciplinary care to the critically ill
  • Understand the requirements of the patients and their relatives during critical illness and be able to inform and support both appropriately

Format

Limited to 16 places, the above is delivered through a series of lectures, practical workshops and simulated procedures

Course Director

Dr Simon Holbrook, Consultant Anaesthetist, Harrogate & District NHS Foundation Trust

Target Audience

CT1 – ST3

Candidates receive the greatest benefit when CCrISP is taken in CT2/ST2 but candidates in the earlier part of specialist training  – CT1/ST1 – may also apply.  However, it is strongly recommended that they have had six months general surgery training, not including foundation training

Candidates at ST3 level and above, who have not successfully completed the CCrISP course before, may also apply

All participants on the course:

  • Must know the basics of ECGs – best source “ECGs Made Easy” by HAMPTON
  • Should have completed a BSS course
  • Should ideally have completed an ATLS course although this is not a prerequisite
  • It is advisable that if the participants are registered on the MRCS STEP Distance Learning Course they read the related areas in the text or in similar standard textbooks

 

This is an assessed course in which candidates will be allocated a mentor who will provide personal feedback

Certificates will only be awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons upon successful completion of the entire course and completion of their on-line evaluation within two weeks of the course

Please note Foundation Trainees (F1 & F2) are no longer accepted and are recommended to attend the START surgery course.  If a trainee at Foundation level (1 or 2) attends the CCrISP course, he or she will be removed from the course without compensation

What’s Included?

  • Course Manual – to keep
  • Mentor who will provide personal feedback
  • Refreshments
  • Lunches

 

Require Accommodation?

Please visit www.visitleeds.co.uk for accommodation listings.  The two nearest hotels to the hospital are located in the Waterfront Area and are a 5-10 minute drive from the hospital depending upon traffic, they are:

Holiday Inn Express Leeds City Centre Armouries, Armouries Drive, Clarence Dock, Leeds, LS10 1LE

www.hiexleeds.co.uk

Ibis Budget (formerly Etap), 2 The Gateway North, Crown Point, Leeds, LS9 8BZ

www.accor.com  Please note, as the name suggests, the Ibis Budget offers low-cost, no frills accommodation

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Cancellation Policy

In the event you need to cancel this course, the following terms and conditions apply.

Cancellation of course 30 days prior to commencement date, course fees will be returned minus £50.00 administration fee.  If you receive any course materials these must be returned prior to any refund

Cancellation within 30 days will result in a loss of fees.

If there is another course available, you may be able to transfer but a £50.00 administration fee will be charged to your card

 

Further Information

Mags Flanagan

Tel:                         0113 206 5749

Email:                    margaret.flanagan1@nhs.net

 

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Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient

This Royal College of Surgeons approved two and a half day course is designed to advance the practical, theoretical and personal skills necessary for the care of critically ill surgical patients.

Course Objectives

  • Develop the theoretical basis and practical skills necessary to manage the critically ill surgical patient
  • Be able to assess critically ill patients accurately and appreciate the value of a system of assessment for the critically ill
  • Understand the subtlety and variety of presentation of critical illness and the methods available for improving detection
  • Understand the importance of a plan of action in order to achieve clinical progress, accurate diagnosis and early definitive treatment, and be able to formulate a plan of action and involve appropriate assistance in a timely manner
  • Appreciate that complications tend to occur in a cascade and realise that prevention of complications is fundamental to successful outcome
  • Be aware of the support facilities available and interact with nursing staff, other surgeons, intensivists and anaesthetists, being aware in particular of the surgeon’s role in the delivery of multi-disciplinary care to the critically ill
  • Understand the requirements of the patients and their relatives during critical illness and be able to inform and support both appropriately

Format

Limited to 16 places, the above is delivered through a series of lectures, practical workshops and simulated procedures

Course Director

Dr Simon Holbrook, Consultant Anaesthetist, Harrogate & District NHS Foundation Trust

Target Audience

CT1 – ST3

Candidates receive the greatest benefit when CCrISP is taken in CT2/ST2 but candidates in the earlier part of specialist training  – CT1/ST1 – may also apply.  However, it is strongly recommended that they have had six months general surgery training, not including foundation training

Candidates at ST3 level and above, who have not successfully completed the CCrISP course before, may also apply

All participants on the course:

  • Must know the basics of ECGs – best source “ECGs Made Easy” by HAMPTON
  • Should have completed a BSS course
  • Should ideally have completed an ATLS course although this is not a prerequisite
  • It is advisable that if the participants are registered on the MRCS STEP Distance Learning Course they read the related areas in the text or in similar standard textbooks

 

This is an assessed course in which candidates will be allocated a mentor who will provide personal feedback

Certificates will only be awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons upon successful completion of the entire course and completion of their on-line evaluation within two weeks of the course

Please note Foundation Trainees (F1 & F2) are no longer accepted and are recommended to attend the START surgery course.  If a trainee at Foundation level (1 or 2) attends the CCrISP course, he or she will be removed from the course without compensation

What’s Included?

  • Course Manual – to keep
  • Mentor who will provide personal feedback
  • Refreshments
  • Lunches

 

Require Accommodation?

Please visit www.visitleeds.co.uk for accommodation listings.  The two nearest hotels to the hospital are located in the Waterfront Area and are a 5-10 minute drive from the hospital depending upon traffic, they are:

Holiday Inn Express Leeds City Centre Armouries, Armouries Drive, Clarence Dock, Leeds, LS10 1LE

www.hiexleeds.co.uk

Ibis Budget (formerly Etap), 2 The Gateway North, Crown Point, Leeds, LS9 8BZ

www.accor.com  Please note, as the name suggests, the Ibis Budget offers low-cost, no frills accommodation

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Cancellation Policy

In the event you need to cancel this course, the following terms and conditions apply.

Cancellation of course 30 days prior to commencement date, course fees will be returned minus £50.00 administration fee.  If you receive any course materials these must be returned prior to any refund

Cancellation within 30 days will result in a loss of fees.

If there is another course available, you may be able to transfer but a £50.00 administration fee will be charged to your card

 

Further Information

Mags Flanagan

Tel:                         0113 206 5749

Email:                    margaret.flanagan1@nhs.net

 

 

 

 

 

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