Welcome to the 2nd Annual Spring Webinar held by the Society of Clinical Perfusion Scientists of GB&I. This year we will be focusing our program on educational skills and learning from our community by discussing the shared experiences of being a perfusionist.
The morning program will feature experts in clinical education and mentoring, to advance the experience of teaching and mentoring students for qualified perfusionists as well as improve the experience of trainees.
The afternoon session is centred around the sharing of ideas and experiences within perfusion. "Do all perfusionists think the same?" - a live, interactive discussion forum of perfusionists asked the same question and see how their answers fall on the spectrum. This will provide a space for honest conversation, show our difference and similarities and open doors for a talk on larger scale.
Following this will be interesting talks on clinical debriefing and the medicolegal side of perfusion designed to inform on and highlight other aspects of the perfusion experience.Join us for the day learning - from the experts and from each other.
Join us for the day learning - from the experts and from each other.
Registration Opening soon
Cancellation Policy: A full refund will be given if a cancellation is made up to 7 days before the event. If a cancellation request is made less than 7 days before the event, there will be no refund (Non SCPS/CCPS Members)
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Our guide as everything you need to know about the various Webinar role i.e. Host, Co-Host, Panelists, and Attendees. Everyone is encouraged to skim through the contents to make the most of the Zoom webinar experience.
Dr Andrew Hadfield is a Consultant Anaesthetist at the University Hospital of Wales, with an interest in Head and Neck Anaesthesia. I also have an interest in Simulation Education and Debriefing, and am Simulation Lead for the Anaesthetic Department at UHW. I am also a Co-Author of the TALK clinical debriefing tool.
Siân is a consultant cardiothoracic anaesthetist at Royal Brompton Hospital, London. She treats patients of all ages with both congenital & acquired cardio-respiratory disease in both theatres & critical care areas. She has a major interest in medical education, having been the lead College Tutor for the Royal College of Anaesthesia (RCoA) and is currently a national trainer and examiner for the RCoA. She also acts as an external examiner for the Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi, and has worked with colleagues there developing knowledge and skills regarding pain control in multi-disciplinary team members across central east Africa.
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Panel Subject: Do all Perfusionist think the same? A panel discussion around shared (or not shared) opinions and experience in perfusion.
Kathryn Chapman is a Senior Clinical Perfusionist at University Hospital Southampton specialising in both adult and paediatric work. Kathryn completed her post graduate MSc at the University of Surrey with a review of CHEMOSAT – a percutaneous hepatic perfusion system delivering high dose chemotherapy to the liver. Kathryn currently heads up the paediatric ECMO service and works closely with the data management team developing informatics and software for electronic patient data recording. Kathryn has two young children and outside of work enjoys sailing and mountain climbing.
I am a pediatric perfusionist with 30 years’ experience who also does adults. I am a student of leadership and learning and recently completed my MBA in healthcare management as a Welch Scholar and was cited in the best 100 recent MBA graduates by Poets & Quants Magazine.My perfusion philosophy is encompassed by the following 2 quotes-In God we trust, everyone else bring data!- W.Edward DemingsAny fool can make something complicated. It takes a genius to make it simple- Woody Guthrie.
Philip Gamston is the Chief Perfusionist at Barts Health NHS Trust
Rachel Roylance is a perfusionist at Blackpool Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, having completed her training in January 2022.