VMN (Vibrating Mesh Nebulisation) 2020

12th and 13th November

Coombe Abbey Hotel, Warwickshire, CV3 2AB

Meeting chair: Dr Malcolm Sim, Glasgow & Prof. Geoff Bellinghan, UCLH, London

Medical education event to bring key opinion leaders together to debate the current role of nebulisation within the ICU in the UK. The meeting is appropriate to senior level healthcare professionals interested in nebulisation in the Intensive Care Department.

To secure your place at this meeting, please complete the form below.

View the promotional video filmed at VMN 2019 below:

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Programme

12th November
12:30 Welcome and Registration
13:00 Welcome, Introductions and Objectives
Malcolm Sim, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
13:15 A word from the Sponsors
Representative from Aerogen
13:25 Aerosolising Medicines - The past and the present
Malcolm Sim, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
14:00 Keynote Presentation
Geoff Bellingan, University College Hospital, London
14:30 Q & A
14:45 Afternoon Refreshment
15:00 Hot topics in the ICU - where does nebulisation fit?
Malcolm Sim, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
15:40 Antimicrobial Resistance: Does aerosolisation have a role?
Duncan Wyncoll, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust
16:15 Noninvasive ventilation and bronchodilator delivery
Sunny Kaul, Royal Brompton and Harefield
16:45 Open Discussion 1
- Researching the unmet medical need in aerosolised drug delivery
17:30 Meeting Close
19:00 Conference Dinner
13th November
09:00 Recap of Day 1
09:15 The High- Flow Challenge
Aerogen Representative
10:00 The Research Hour
10:00 Secretion Study
Malcolm Sim, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
10:20 Brave Study
TBC
1040 UCLH ED Study
Samer Elkhodair, UCLH
11:00 Refreshment Break
11:20 Research Pipeline for Ventilation
F&P Representative
11:40 TBC
TBC
12:00 Open Discussion 2
- The Future
12:45 Meeting Close

Who should attend?

The meeting is appropriate to senior level healthcare professionals interested in nebulisation in the Intensive Care Department.

CPD

This meeting has been approved for 9 CPD credits.

Costs

The registration costs of this meeting are being covered by our sponsors, and the event is free of charge for healthcare professionals to attend. Places are strictly limited by room capacity. Hotel accommodation for the night of Thursday 14th May is included in the registration.


Registration

To register for this event please complete the form below. If for any reason you are unable to register due to hospital firewalls etc please just email us the below details directly and we will complete this for you.

If there are any queries please contact Andy Cockayne at Page Medical :

events@pagemedical.co.uk

 

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