N&AHP Scientific Writing Workshop

Who is it for and when is the next one?   The first N&AHP Scientific Writing Workshop was held during LIVES 2018 in Paris. Abstracts for the Society’s annual congress, LIVES, have to be of the highest quality and, by encouraging people to come forward and coaching younger intensivists in this way, a standard can […]

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POPPI Study – Conclusions

Final results of POPPI (Psychological Outcomes following a nurse-led Preventive Psychological Intervention for critically ill patients)   Initial results from the POPPI (Psychological Outcomes following a nurse-led Preventive Psychological Intervention for critically ill patients) study were presented at ESICM LIVES in Paris in October 2018. Now, the final results of the study are available and […]

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What is the Critical Care Rehabilitation Blended Learning Programme?

Chair of the N&AHP Committee, Carole Boulanger, explains   The Critical Care Rehabilitation Blended Learning Programmes is based on six webinars and looks not just at physical rehabilitation and the importance of mobilising patients early, but also psychological and emotional rehabilitation, including delirium and how to minimise the impact of the ICU environment on the […]

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N&AHP more involved in Masterclasses

Expert N&AHP join the faculty of ESICM courses   N&AHP experts are becoming increasingly involved in ESICM Masterclasses and now regularly join the Faculty, reflecting how care is delivered in the ICU.  It is also hoped that this will encourage more N&AHP participation in the courses. Speaking to ESICM, N&AHP Committee Chair, Carole Boulanger, says […]

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Closer integration of N&AHP in ESICM Master Classes

Why the Society is involving nurses and allied health professionals in its advanced training courses   Nurses and allied health professionals are starting to take over more advanced roles and the profession is changing.  Not all countries have enough medical physicians or intensivists to work in ICUs and more N&AHP are being recruited, according to […]

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