Mary Ward House
5-7 Tavistock Place
Early bird by 27.03.23
Bringing together experts in the field of Persistent Disorder of Consciousness for this not to be missed one day event. The event will explore the early management, ongoing treatment, assessment, rehabilitation and ongoing ethical issues that touch the lives of clients in PDOC. The day will explore the role of clinicians, families, case managers and court of protection.
This event will cover
Competencies – the event covers competencies 1-5
1 – communication
2 – strategy
3 – coordination and management
4 – monitoring
5 – duty of care
Following this study day delegates will:
Mathieu Culverhouse – Partner at Irwin Mitchell
PDOC cases and the law
Dr Chris Danbury – Consultant Intensive Care Physician, University Hospital Southampton
Early management and ethical considerations – DNA, CPR, Consent, the role of the family
Dr Karen Elliott – Gill-Thwaites & Elliott Consultants, Specialists in Disorders of Consciousness
SMART assessment, managing a team as a case manager, direction of therapy, the role of the family
Dr Stephen Ashford – Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant Physiotherapist
Physical management of people in a prolonged disorder of consciousness
Management of posture, tone, contractures, PDOC guidelines
Amy Pundole – Clinical Lead Speech and Language Therapist
Assessment of emergence, what to look for, oral intake
Dr Sal Connolly – Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
Psychological perspective, family support and team support
Dr Andrew Hanrahan – Consultant in Neurorehabilitation
Removal of nutrition, ethical issues and clinical best interests
We are proud of the continued success and added value offered to sponsors and exhibitors of our training and events programme. For our Optimising Outcomes: Managing the Rehabilitation Pathway for Treatment of Disorders of Consciousness, we are offering:
(All prices quoted are plus VAT)
Programme Advert in delegate pack, Full Colour A4 page £100
Programme Advert in delegate pack, Full Colour ½ page £75
Location benefits from a prime location in Central London in Tavistock Place, south of Euston Road. The transport links are excellent 5 minutes’ walk from Euston Station, 8 minutes’ walk from St Pancras International and Eurostar terminals, 10 minutes’ walk from Kings Cross Station, 5 minutes’ walk from Russell Square and Euston Square Underground.
Nearest parking is Euston Station.
For further information on this event, please contact the BABICM office.
BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE
In the event of any changes to government guidance or local measures which prevent events taking place at the time, all delegates will be entitled to a full refund as per our usual terms and conditions.
For events that need to reschedule, all tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date; with refunds available for any delegates who cannot make the rescheduled date.