Southern Hub Regional scholarly event

When:  May 2, 2019 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM (GMT)
Associated with  Phi Mu Chapter

Phi Mu Chapter Southern Hub event

Bournemouth University, Lansdowne Campus, Room B330 Bournemouth House, 19 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LH

2nd May 2019, 1pm - 3.30pm

A map and directions can be found here

https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/about/contact-us/directions/directions-our-lansdowne-campus

 

1pm: Refreshments

1.10: Welcome and discussion about future hub and chapter events - Dr Janet Scammell, President and Southern Hub Lead

Scholarly presentations from hub members:

 1.30pm: Dr Ian Holt, Senior lecturer in Adult Nursing, Buckinghamshire New University

 Artificial intelligence supporting clinical decisions in wound care.

Abstract: This presentation outlines current research in wound care with health data science processes of artificial intelligence, machine and deep learning. The use of wound care algorithms and interaction of evidence-bases with clinical indicators and patient data will be discussed. The approach is of Care to Data to Care and will present the technology and staff development required to advance support for clinical decision making in wound care to meet patient outcomes and impact in the services provided. 

2pm: Dr Enrique Castro Sanchez, Lead academic research nurse at NIHR Health Protection Research Unit, Imperial College London

Fostering nursing leadership in antimicrobial stewardship

Abstract: Antimicrobial resistance is a growing global threat to human and animal health. The participation of nurses in antibiotic stewardship (interventions to manage antibiotics optimally, AMS) has been modest until now. I have investigated undergraduate education in the UK to identify gaps related to antibiotic stewardship (doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0150056), drafted multi-professional AMS competencies (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhin.2018.06.022), and led the development of technology-based interventions to support AMS (https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-3-658-07141-7_1.pdf). Finally, I have explored existing models of nurse participation in AMS identifying strengths and weaknesses (https://www.phe-events.org.uk/hpa/frontend/reg/absViewDocumentFE.csp?documentID=15515)

2.30pm Ashley Spriggs, Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Bournemouth University
Design and evaluation protocol for ‘DEALTS 2’: a simulation-based dementia education intervention for acute care settings.

Abstract: This presentation will discuss a project concerning dementia education. Health Education England (HEE) commissioned the Ageing and Dementia Research centre (ADRC) at Bournemouth University to produce a ‘train the trainer’ package to deliver Dementia simulation-based training to Tier 2 healthcare staff at Trusts across the country. This was evaluated and has been recently published in International Geriatrics.


3pm: Thanks and closing remarks: Dr Janet Scammell

3.10 – 3.30 Networking 

3.30 Close

 

Bournemouth University
Bouremouth House Room B330
19 Christchurch Road
Bournemouth, BH1 3LH
Janet Scammell
01202 962751
jscammell@bournemouth.ac.uk