• Free CPD at the Emergency Services Show

    by Alan Batt. Last modified: 23/05/16

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    The Emergency Services Show, the leading UK annual event for all emergency services personnel, brings the sector together with the single aim of improving public safety. The Show reflects the importance the services are placing on finding new ways of working together for the mutual benefit of the individual organisations involved and for the benefit of the public they all serve.

    The Emergency Services Show is a marketplace for an emergency services industry looking to drive efficiencies through collaboration.

    The first Show was held in 2006 at The Royal Horticultural Halls in London with just 90 exhibitors and 1,000 visitors. The Show grew and moved to Stoneleigh Park where it was held from 2007 to 2012. The requirement for more space took the event to the NEC in Birmingham from 2013, moving this year to  Hall 5, the NEC’s most prestigious event space. With 450 exhibitors and a 10% increase on visitors to the 2015 event, 2016 will be the biggest ever Show from organisers Broden Media.

    Free visitor registration here.

    College of Paramedics CPD Workshops

    The free 30 minute CPD workshops will be delivered from the expanded College of Paramedics area on stand J51. All sessions are free – no pre-booking required. Just turn up on the day.

    CPD certificates will be issued to all those attending these sessions.

    Day One – Wednesday 21 September

    10.00-10.30
    Emergency Childbirth – Breech Birth
    Aimee Yarrington, Education and Training Officer, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    10.45-11.15
    1st on Scene
    Richard Steggall, Clinical Supervisor (Specialist Paramedic), South West Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    11.30 – 12.00
    Decisions in Trauma Care within the Pre-Hospital Environment
    Ben Watts, Paramedic, South West Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    12.15 – 12.45
    What’s new in Sepsis?
    Mike Smyth, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and Flight Paramedic, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    13.30 – 14.00
    Treating our wisest and most vulnerable patients. Let’s talk about age
    Martin Berry, Teaching Fellow, Oxford Brookes University

    14.15 – 14.45
    What’s new in Sepsis?
    Mike Smyth, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and Flight Paramedic, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    15.00 – 15.30
    Trauma in Pregnancy 
    Aimee Yarrington, Education and Training Officer, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    15.45 – 16.15
    Positive Mental Health
    Stuart Vallance, Education and Training Officer, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    Day Two – Thursday 22 September

    10.00 – 10.30
    1st On Scene
    Richard Steggall, Clinical Supervisor (Specialist Paramedic), South West Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    10.45 – 11.15
    Emergency Childbirth : Antepartum haemorrhage
    Aimee Yarrington, Education and Training Officer, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    11.30 – 12.00
    AACE guidelines on Seizure Management for Paediatrics
    Will Broughton, Honorary Paramedic, Paediatric Emergency Department, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

    12.15 – 12.45
    Decisions in Trauma Care within the Pre-Hospital Environment
    Ben Watts, Paramedic, South West Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    13.00 – 13.30
    Positive Mental Health
    Stuart Vallance, Education and Training Officer, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    13.45 – 14.15
    AACE guidelines on Seizure Management for Paediatrics
    Will Broughton, Honorary Paramedic, Paediatric Emergency Department, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

    14.30 – 15.00
    The hidden killer – sepsis in obstetrics
    Aimee Yarrington, Education and Training Officer, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

    15.15 – 15.45
    Treating our wisest and most vulnerable patients. Let’s talk about age
    Martin Berry, Teaching Fellow, Oxford Brookes University

    All sessions are free – no pre-booking required. Just turn up on the day. CPD certificates will be issued to all those attending these sessions.

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    Alan Batt

    Alan Batt

    Paramedic, educator, researcher
    Alan is a critical care paramedic, paramedic educator and prehospital researcher, currently working around the world as an educator and researcher. He has previously worked and studied across Europe, North America and the Middle East. He holds a Graduate Certificate in Intensive Care Paramedic Studies, and an MSc in Critical Care. His main interests are in care of the elderly, end-of-life care, patient safety, professionalism (including role and identity), and paramedic education.

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