The Trainee's Prize & Jackson Rees Medal
The meeting was opened by the President, Dr Ewen Forrest. He introduced the following speakers who each presented for 10 minutes followed by 5 minutes of questions from the audience.
‘P4 immunotherapy augments phagocyte bacterial killing in patients admitted to critical care with severe community-acquired pneumonia.’ - Dr Ben Morton
‘Do we flush our cannulae following anaesthesia? – An audit of practice’ - Dr Kate Kennedy
‘Changes in muscle architecture in long stay intensive care patients’ - Dr Peter Turton
‘Are we providing equity of critical care in UK obstetric units? A national survey’ - Dr Victoria Williams
‘Using High Fidelity Simulation to Investigate Latent Errors in the Operating Theatre’ - Dr Emma Welfare
The audience voted for the best two presentations using scorecards provided. Once all votes had been counted the winner was announced as Dr Emma Welfare who was presented with the Jackson Rees Medal and the runner-up was Dr Kate Kennedy.
28th February 2015