Three-day interactive course
Madingley Hall, Cambridge, UK
6th - 8th February 2017
ECMO Lead Clinician, Consultant in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
ECMO Lead Nurse, Critical Care Practitioner
Places are limited, so early booking is recommended
Aim of the course
- Cardiac and respiratory support
- Dedicated practical sessions
- Case-scenario and computer simulation
- Basic physiology
- Ethical considerations
- Newest circuits and technologies
- Theoretical and practical assessment
- Endorsed by Cambridge University Health Partners
- Dedicated practical sessions in small Groups
- Royal College of Anaesthetists accredited - 15 CPD points
- Multidisciplinary expert speakers
To book a place click the "register" button.
Course fee is inclusive of refreshments, lunches, two nights accommodation, course materials and a Cambridge College Dinner.
For further information:
Telephone: 01480 830541
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When & Where
Papworth Hospital is one of Europe's largest specialist cardiothoracic (heart and lung) hospital and includes the UK's main heart and lung transplant centre. Over the last three years, it has performed the highest number of heart surgery procedures in the UK whilst achieving the country’s lowest cardiac surgery mortality rate.
The Hospital has an extraordinary commitment to deliver the highest levels of clinical quality and for providing the best possible standards of personalised care to its patients.
The hospital treats over 23,800 patients and sees 73,000 outpatients each year from across the UK. Papworth Hospital’s services are internationally recognised and include cardiology, respiratory medicine, sleep medicine, cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery and heart & lung transplantation.
Papworth Hospital is located in Cambridgeshire in the East of England and sees patients for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiothoracic (heart and lung) disease, it is also a national centre for a range of specialist services, including pulmonary endarterectomy (PEA).
Papworth Hospital has the largest respiratory support and sleep centre (RSSC) in the UK.