BADS 2019 – BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF DAY SURGERY – 27TH & 28TH-JUNI 2019
ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE, LONDON

Timesco are looking forward to exhibiting at BADS 2019, the 30th annual BADS conference at the Royal Society of Medicine, London from 27th – 28Juni 2019. The meeting has been approved for 10 CPD credits by the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the provisional programme is detailed below:

Thursday 27th June 2019

8.30-9.30 – Registrierung – Ausstellung & poster viewing
9.30-9.45 – President’s WelcomeDr Mary Stocker, Consultant Anaethetist, Torbay
9.45-10.45 – Plenary 1 General Surgery Implementing a daycase gastric bypass servicethe St George’s experience 2A03 3A03 3A06
9.45-9.55 – Introduction and rationale for the serviceMr Marcus Reddy, Consultant General Surgeon, St George’s University Hospital NHSFT
9.55-10.25 – Development of the protocol. Chirurgische, Anästhetikum, Nursing perspectiveMr Omar Khan, Dr Ajit Kayal, Lavine Woolloff, St George’s University Hospital NHSFT
10.25-10.35 – ResultsMr Marcus Reddy, Consultant General Surgeon, St George’s University Hospital, NHSFT
10.35-10.45 – Discussion
10.45-11.15 – Coffee – Ausstellung & poster viewing
11.15-12.30 – Plenary 2 BADS PresidentsPlenary 3A06 3J00 3J01
11.15-11.35 – Going green in ambulatory surgeryProfessor Doug McWhinnie, Consultant Vascular and General Surgeon, Milton Keynes, President of International Association of Ambulatory Surgery (IAAS), past President of BADS
11.35-11.55 – Technology supporting the day surgery pathwayDr Ian Jackson, Retired Consultant Anaesthetist, past president of BADS and IAAS
11.55-12.20 – Benchmarking in day surgery: BADS Directory, model hospitalDr Mary Stocker, Consultant Anaesthetist, Torbay, President of BADS
12.20-12.30 – Discussion
12.30 – 13.30 – Lunch – Ausstellung & poster viewing
13.30 – 14.30 – Paper session 1 Presentations from submitted abstracts
14.40 – 15.40 – Parallel Workshops:

  1. Day case spinal anaesthesia 2G01 2G02 2G04Dr Ben Fox, Consultant Anaesthetist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn, Dr Anna Lipp, Consultant Anaesthetist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHSFT
  2. Does everyone need a carer for 24 Stunden? 3A06Ms Francine Horide, Staff Nurse, preoperative assessment, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHSFT, Dr Jane Montgomery, Consultant Anaesthetist, Torbay Hospital
  3. Optimising your day case pathway 3A06Mrs Fiona Belfield, Senior Sister Day Surgery, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Dr Theresa Hinde, Consultant Anaesthetist, Torbay Hospital

15.45-16.15 – Coffee – Ausstellung & poster viewing
16.15-17.15 – Paper Session 2 Presentations from submitted abstracts
17.15-17.30 – BADS 2019 Annual General Meeting
17.30-18.30 – Conference Networking ReceptionRSM atrium

 

Friday 28th June 2019

8.30-9.30 – Registrierung – Ausstellung & poster viewing
9.30-10.45 – Plenary 3 Urology 2A07, 3A03, 3A06
9.30-10.00 – “Chirurgische” Treatments for BPH treatmentTURP/HOLEP/Urolift/Green lightMr Mark Rochester, Consultant Surgeon, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHSFT
10.00-10.20 – Anaesthetic techniques for day case prostatic surgeryDr Mary Stocker, Consultant Anaesthetist, Torbay Hospital
10.20-10.35 – Practicalities of patient preparation and dischargeMrs Alex Alen, Senior Sister Day Surgery, Torbay Hospital
10.35-10.45 – Discussion
10.45-11.15 – Coffee – Ausstellung & poster viewing
11.15 – 12.15 – Prize papers
12.15-13.15 – Debate: “All slow surgeons and slow anaesthetists should be banned from Day Surgery.” 3A06Professor Doug McWhinnie, Consultant Vascular and General Surgeon, President of International Association of Ambulatory Surgery (IAAS), past President of BADS. Dr Ian Smith, Retired Senior Lecturer in Anaethesia, past President of BADS.
13.15-14.15 – Lunch – Ausstellung & poster viewing
14.15-14.30 – Prize presentations & Presidential handoverDr Mary Stocker
14.30-16.00 – Plenary 4 Gynaecology: Hysterectomy and Enhanced Recovery 2A07, 3A03, 3A06
14.30-14.50 – The enhanced recovery programmeMs Wendy-Rae Mitchell, Endometriosis Specialist Nurse, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford
14.50-15.10 – Pain management perioperatively, intraoperatively and postoperativelyDr Piers Johnston, Consultant Anaethetist, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford
15.10-15.40 – Laparoscopic hysterectomy intrafascial (LHi). Technical aspects, benefits and desired outcomesMr Andrew Kent, Consultant Surgeon, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford
15.40-16.00 – Discussion
16.00 CLOSE

 

BADS 2019 Two-day Resgistration Fee includes an all-inclusive two day package: refreshments, lunches, conference programme, access to conference app, including abstracts and attendance at the conference networking reception on Thursday evening.

BADS 2019 Day Delegate Rate covers entrance to the conference on the selected day of attendance and includes refreshments, lunch on that day, a conference programme and access to conference app, including abstracts. Thursday day delegates are also invited to the conference networking reception on Thursday evening at the RSM.

BADS 2019 Conference Networking Reception Thursday 27th June 2019 – This will be an ideal opportunity to network with speakers and other delegates. This will be held at the Royal Society of Medicine and is included in the conference fee for the two-day and Thursday day delegate rates.

Please register online at www.Bads.Co.UK

BADS Members Non-Members
Permanent Medical Staff/Hospital Managers £325 £435
Doctors in Training/Allied Health Professionals (Nurses/ODPs/Pas/ANPs etc) £250 £305
Full-time Students £150 £150
Day Delegates £200 £225
Student Day Delegates £75 £75

Early bird rate if booked by 1st May 2019
£20 discount off 2 day delegate rate

For more information or to book an appointment in the meantime, please contact us on 01268 297710. Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch.