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11th Annual International Conference on Rapid Response Systems and Medical Emergency Teams

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18-19 May 2015, Amsterdam

Rapid Response System as engine for hospital safety

 

Accreditation

  • Nederlandse Vereniging voor Anesthesiologie: 12 punten
  • Nederlandse Vereniging voor Neurologie: 12 punten
  • Nederlandse Vereniging voor Neurochirurgie: 12 punten
  • Nederlandse Internisten Vereniging: 12 punten
  • Nederlandse Vereniging voor Cardiologie: 12 punten
  • Nederlandse Vereniging voor Heelkunde: 12 punten
  • Accreditatiebureau Verpleegkundig Specialisten Register: 13 punten
  • Nederlandse Vereniging van Artsen voor Longziekten en Tuberculose: 12 punten
  • Nederlandse Vereniging van Spoedeisende Hulp Artsen: 12 punten
  • European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME): 12 punten

Monday 18 May 2015

11th Annual International Conference on Rapid Response Systems and Medical Emergency Teams

18-19 May 2015, Amsterdam

Theme: Rapid Response System as engine for hospital safety

Monday 18 May 2015 
08.00h Registration and coffee 
09.00h Conference organiser’s welcome + SRRS vice president’s welcome
Daan Sep
Gary Smith
09.15h Chair:
Daan Sep
Gary Smith
  Rapid Response Systems as engine for hospital safety
Michael Buist
09.45h Dutch National Safety Program and Rapid Response Systems
Cordula Wagner 
10.15h The Dutch approach: two tiered
Peter Tangkau 
10.30h Morning coffee 
11.00h Afferent limb: calling criteria & monitoring
Chair: Cor Kalkman / Colette Ram
Education/ training and RRS
Chair: Anne Lippert / Peter Tangkau
  Single vs multiparameter
Gary Smith
Simulation
Micha Erwteman
  Continuous monitoring
Ralph So
Education EWS
Niels Egholm Pedersen
  The Worried Sign
Gooske Douw
Team Resource Management
Ada van den Bos
  Australian initiatives for deteriorating hospitalized patients
Daryl Jones
E-learning
Geke Blok
13.00h Lunch & posterwalk
14.30h Qualitative limb: audit tools
Chair: Mandy Odell / Bernard Fikkers
Pediatrics
Chair: Chris Bonafide / Joris Fuijkschot
  Chart analysis
Martine de Bruijne
Patient Safety Management
Cynthia van der Starre
  Video Reflective Feedback
Bas de Vries
PEWS: Achilles heel or holy grail? 
Damien Roland
  Score-to-Door time
Chris Subbe
Triage at the A&E department
Henriette Moll
  Existing registrations
Steve Harris
Alarm fatigue and its relationship to rapid response system effectiveness: The pediatric perspective
  Chris Bonafide
16.00h Afternoon tea 
  Plenary Session
Chair: Chris Subbe / Ralph So
16.30h Critically ill well assessed: evaluation of the RRS in a university medical centre
Friede Simmes 
17.00h Costs and Outcomes of Medical Emergency Teams (COMET trial)
Jeroen Ludikhuize 
17.30h Close of the day and drinks reception
Daan Sep

Tuesday 19 May 2015

11th Annual International Conference on Rapid Response Systems and Medical Emergency Teams

18-19 May 2015, Amsterdam

Theme: Rapid Response System as engine for hospital safety

Tuesday 19 May 2015 
08.00h Coffee 
08.20h Opening of the day
Daan Sep
08.30h Chair: Gary Smith / Peter Tangkau
 

Clinical deterioration in hospital inpatients: the need for another paradigm
Daryl Jones

09.00h Risk and stratification in ward patients
Cor Kalkman
09.30h Morning coffee
10.00h Efferent limb
Chair: Mandy Odell / Anja Brunsveld
Philips session: If the patient is not blue, then the breathing is normal.” - Importance of respiration measurement and EWS workflow
Chair: Dr. Carl Machado, Senior Global Segment Marketing Manager, Philips HealthCare. Böblingen, Germany
  MET
Dave Tjan
An Austrian experience of EWS implementation and the importance of respiration measurement
Prof. Dr. Jens Meier, MD, Chief Physician, Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine. General Hospital Linz, Austria
  Outreach
John Welch
Is respiration that important?” Research & Development insights towards new ways of measuring respiration
Dr. Marcel Dirkes, MD, Philips Research, Department of Patient Care & Measurements, High Tech Campus, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
  The Consultative Intensive Care Nurse
Anita Kogels and Marije van der Terp
 
  Different hospitals, different teams?
Daryl Jones
 
11.30h Lunch & postersession (top 5) & posterprizes
13.00h Presidential address iSRRS
Michael DeVita
13.30h Changing the culture
Chair: Solvejg Kristensen / Maaike Langelaan
Roundtable: role of leadership in implementing RRS
Chair: Ian Leistikow and Hans Kerkkamp
  Culture change and national safety program
Maaike Langelaan

Pro-Con Debate: The ICU should triage and assess all deteriorating ward patients
Chair: Michael Buist
Pro: John Welch
Con: Frank Bosch

 

Surgical Ward
Wilma Jansen

  Culture change and Danish national Safety Program
Solvejg Kristensen
 

Dutch Surviving Sepsis Campaign
Arthur van Zanten

15.00h Afternoon tea
15.30h Qualitative limb: communication & teamwork
Chair: John Welch / Dave Tjan
Qualitative limb: education
Chair: Michael DeVita / Jan van Vliet
  Advance directives and MET
Frank Bosch
Education curriculum RRS
Anne Lippert
  Barriers to activation of RRS
Mandy Odell
Teaching adv trainees to deal with MET calls
Alex Psirides
  Plenary session
Chair: Ralph So / Chris Subbe
16.30h Hospital of the future
Lucien Engelen
17.00h What is next?
Roundtable
17.30h Closing comments + Society Members Business Meeting + close of the conference
Daan Sep / Daryl Jones

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