The conference is virtual and takes place over 2-days with timings adjusted to allow for school runs. You can log in and out across each of the days (although we hope you will stay for the entire event) and interact with the moderators to ask questions of the speakers.

Speaker biographies

Abstracts

Thursday 7 October 2021

10.00. Opening address & welcome – Dr Andy Pountney

10.10. State of the Association – Mr Paul Gates

10.30. Acute Behavioural Disturbance – Dr Alison Walker

11.00. Questions

11.10. Don’t take the P (value) out of Critical Appraisal – Dr Ari Ercole

11.40. Questions

11.50. Mechanism of Injury Around Gunshot wounds – Dispelling the Myths – Dr Tim Goldrein

12.20. Advancing Resuscitation: From AEDs to ECPR – Dr Paul Rees

12.50. Questions

13.00. Lunch

13.50. College of Paramedics: Bullying or Banter? – Mrs Tracy Nicholls

14.20. Medico Legal Implications of Pre-Hospital Practice – Mr Richard Steyn

14.50. Questions

15.00. KEY NOTE: Title TBC – Dr Dave Macklin

15.40. Questions

15.50. Poster competition, the winners – Mr Paul Gates

16.00. Closing remarks – Mr Paul Gates

Friday 8 October 2021

10.00. Opening comments – Dr Andy Pountney

10.10. Resuscitation Council: The Guideline Process & key 2021 changes – Dr Andy Lockey

10.40. Community Emergency medicine: The Opportunity – Dr Tony Joy

11.20. POCUS in PHEM, is it worth the effort? – Dr Sam Todd

11.50. New Speaker Presentation: Competition Winner – TBA

12.10. Questions

12.10. Lunch

13.20. Medical roles at complex incidents – Leading and advising – Mr Robert Flute

13.50. Followership: the forgotten part of successful teamwork – Mr Andrew Gibbons

14.20. Critical Decision Making – Dr Matt Thomas

14.50. Questions

15.00. Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care: FPHC & the British Association for Immediate Care: One Shared Vision – Dr Pam Hardy

15.35. Questions

15.45. Poster winners – Mr Paul Gates

15.50. Closing comments & thanks – Mr Paul Gates