Date: 18 November 2016, 24 February, 23 June & 24 November 2017
Location: Simulation suite, Postgraduate Medical Institute, Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1SQ
(The acutely or critically sick or injured child in the District General Hospital. A team response. Department of Health, 2007)
Multidisciplinary training for all those who manage acutely unwell or critically injured children. A full day of simulated practice at managing paediatric emergencies. Work as part of a team alongside your colleagues in our high-fidelity simulation suite - exactly as you do in real life!
Suitable for paediatricians, paediatric nurses, A&E doctors and nurses, recovery nurses, critical care doctors and nurses, anaesthetists and operating department practitioners (ODPs).
SCAMPS addresses the Department of Health's recommendation that all personnel involved in the care of the critically sick child in the district general hospital are able to:
SCAMPS is facilitated by senior paediatric nurses, paediatricians, ODPs and consultant anaesthetists from Broomfield and Southend hospitals.
Course Director: Dr Joseph Hussey.
SCAMPS is approved by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for five CPD credits
Register and pay in the Anglia Ruskin store (under Postgraduate Medical Institute Conferences and Events). Payment by credit card accepted. Confirmation will be sent to you on receipt of your application to attend.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or 01245 68 4646