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May 08 - 09, 2019 | CPD 12.00 | GBP £644 | Scarborough, England
Care of the Critically Ill Surgical Patient (CCrISP) Course is organized by The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) of England and will be held from May 08 - 09, 2019 at Scarborough General Hospital, Scarborough, England, United Kingdom. The target audience for this medical event is CT1-2 and SAS grades. Senior trainees are also welcome to attend a CCrISP course if they have not done so before. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 12 CPD Points. Conference Description : CCrISP is a two-day, interactive course (including mandatory, pre-course eLearning) covering the practical skills and knowledge needed to look after surgical patients including those who are deteriorating or at risk of doing so. Highly knowledgeable faculty from both surgical and anaesthetic specialties will help you develop practical, theoretical and personal skills in a safe environment so that you can assess and manage critical situations in a systematic way. CCrISP is relevant to all specialties, however, examples are predominantly taken from general surgical patients. CCrISP is curriculum mandated training for Core Surgery and therefore eligible for HEE study leave applications. You will participate in a variety of practical training sessions during the CCrISP course, including: • Learning a system of assessment for the critically ill • Understanding the subtlety and variety of critical illness presentation, alongside ways to improve its detection • Understanding the importance of avoiding complications if possible • Recognising the surgeon’s role in delivering multidisciplinary care to surgical patients • Interacting with nursing staff, other surgeons, intensivists, and anaesthetists • Delivering the information and support that patients and their relatives require during surgical care Conference Objectives : • Adopt a structured, comprehensive approach to managing surgical patients • Judge which patients are at most risk and plan to reduce their risk of adverse outcomes • Recognise the deteriorating patient • Model your non-operative technical skills in a safe environment.