Day 1 (16th May)
08.30 Registration, Refreshments, Free Posters & Trade
09.10 Welcome, Housekeeping & Introduction
Dr Jugdeep Dhesi, London
ELECTIVE SURGERY IN THE OLDER PERSON
09.15 Cardiac surgery in the older patient- what’s new?
Dr Guillermo Martinez, Cambridge
09.35 What has the National Joint Registry taught us in the past 14 years about arthroplasty in older patients?
Prof John Skinner, Stanmore
09.55 Pre-assessing the older patient in a DGH
Dr Emma Chan, Peterborough
10.25 Refreshments, Free Posters & Trade
EMERGENCY LAPAROTOMY IN THE OLDER PATIENT
10.55 National Emergency Laparotomy Audit update
Dr Hannah Boyd-Carson, Derby
11.15 The surgeon’s view
Mr Nick Lees, Salford
11.35 Physicians’ views
Dr Barry Evans, Nottingham & Dr Arturo Vilches- Moraga, Salford
12.00 The anaesthetist’s update
Dr Mevan Gooneratne, London
12.25 Lunch, Free Posters & Trade
THE OLDER PATIENT AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
13.15 AAGBI Guidelines for surgery in patients with dementia
Dr Stuart White, Brighton
13.35 Translating guidelines into clinical practice – perioperative care of patients with dementia.
Dr Adam Gordon, Nottingham
13.55 What do the patients with cognitive disorders want?
Dr Cliff Shelton, Lancaster
14.15 Keynote Address: Neurocognitive Decline
Prof Lars Rasmussen, Denmark
15.00 Refreshments, Free posters & Trade
PERIPROSTHETIC FRACTURES – THE NEXT TSUNAMI
15.30 What about the medical and ethical aspects?
Dr Stuart White, Brighton
15.50 What are the anaesthetic challenges?
Prof Richard Griffiths, Peterborough
16.30 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
19.30 CONFERENCE DINNER
Day 2 (17th May)
08.15 Registration, Refreshments, Free Posters & Trade
09.00 FREE PAPER PRESENTATIONS
10.00 Refreshments, Free Posters & Trade
TRAINING & EDUCATION
10.20 Does the surgical curriculum reflect reality?
Mr Jonathan Lund, Derby
10.35 Has my anaesthetic training prepared me for dealing with reality in periop medicine?
Dr Julia Neely, Cambridge
10.50 Does the anaesthesia curriculum reflect reality in dealing with the older patient?
Dr Chris Carey, Brighton
11.15 Key findings from the NHFD report 2018
Dr Iain Moppett, Nottingham
11.35 Do we cause dementia with anticholinergic drugs?
Prof Chris Fox, Norwich
11.55 Hip fracture network update
Dr Subash Sivasubramaniam, Birmingham
12.10 A National Anaesthetic Guideline
Dr Dom Hurford, Glamorgan
12.25 DOACs - revisit
Dr Amy Mayor, Huddersfield
12.50 Lunch, Free Posters (Judging) & Trade
13.45 Keynote address: An overview of the recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) process.
Catherine Baldock, Resuscitation Council (UK)
OTHER TRAUMA IN THE OLDER PERSON
14.30 An overview
Dr Mark Baxter, Southampton
14.50 Trauma triage in the older patient
Dr Harriet Tucker, London
15.10 What is happening with chest trauma in the older patient?
Mr Ben Olliviere, Nottingham
15.30 Refreshments and Trade Exhibition
15.50 Neuro-trauma in the older patient
Dr Matt Wiles, Sheffield
16.10 Peri-prosthetic fractures- should I operate?
Mr Benjamin Davies, Cambridge
16.40 Prize Giving and Conference Close