East Midlands Palliative Care Research & Audit
Date and time
29th September 2020
Duration: 3.5 hours 13:00 – 16:30
VenueNot Applicable Not Applicable
About this workshop
This annual event will be virtual this year. The key note session will be from the team at LOROS who have been funded by the NIHR to explore the experiences of people from BAME communities about thinking ahead about deterioration and dying.
The event is open to anyone interested to learn more about what research is going on in palliative care in the East Midlands and to inform your evidence based practice.
• To discuss research activity in the East Midlands
• To promote recruitment to NIHR portfolio studies
• To use evidence to discuss, challenge and improve practice and outcomes
• To develop research skills in the East Midlands palliative care workforce
1.00-1.30 Sign in to ECHO session. Networking via chat
1.30 Welcome: Chair Christina Faull, Consultant, LOROS
1.35 Anne Patterson, Research Fellow, LOROS Emerging findings for the NIHR funded study: Thinking ahead
2.10 Penny Millward, Research Operations Manager, CRN East Midlands Palliative Care Portfolio Review
2.30 Becky Payne, palliative medicine SpR, Kettering Hospital Withdrawal of NIV in patients with type 2 respiratory failure
2.55 David Wenzel, Academic Clinical Fellow IMY3, LOROS Managing respiratory distress in patients that are dying from COVID, the UHL experience.
3.30 Kerri McEvoy, palliative medicine SpR, University Hospital of Leicester Bereaved carers experiences of Just in Case medicines
3.55 Chris Williams, GP NIHR Clinical Lecturer, University of Leicester. Pre-Transfer Clinical Discussion and Assessment for frail patients in care homes: pilot study
4.20 Becky Robinson, palliative medicine SpR Royal Derby Hospital and Rebecca Boyland, Final Year Medical Student, Nottingham University A second audit: Opioid use in syringe drivers
4.45 Evaluation and close
4 CPD Credits