Conference Presentations

Presentations Dynamics 2018

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S ession Title Authors
2A Organ optimization: Understanding the medical management of potential organ donors after the declaration of neurological death L Robinson and H Cohrs
3A Go with the Flow: The development of a rescue extra corporeal life support (ECLS) program in a non-surgical children's hospital T Spence and S Menzies


Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) in Manitoba - a Manitoba first! M Kiesman and J Walker-Tweed
4B Dummies on the Go: Utilizing telehealth during paediatric outreach education T Spence and J Chatfield
4D An innovative mobilization framework for delirium management: How to un-paralyze the assessment and implementation process C Filipek, et al
4E Bedside shift report (BSR): Benefits, barriers, and strategies for adopting a patient-centred approach to nurse handover. V Bains, et al            
5A Implementation of a critical incidence stress management program at a tertiary care hospital E Folz and R Kampman
5B Massive Pulmonary Embolism T Scullard
5C Turning up the HIET: High-dose insulin euglycemic therapy for calcium channel blocker (CCB) and beta-blockade (BB) toxicity. C Arias

Sepsis 3: Definitions, identification, and management.

Sepsis 3: Handouts

B Fagan
6E Understanding proning is not so hARDS: Beyond 'improving V/Q mismatch' & the physiology of proning C Arias
6G Delirium in critical care, little people get it too: Lessons learned from a paediatric intensive care unit (PICU). L Lee, et al
7C Transforming critical care orientation for novice nurses within the contemporary nursing workforce. L Brooking et al


Supporting critical care best practice with an integrated approach to quality improvement K Webb-Anderson, et al
PP1 Delegate's Choice Poster Recipient: Stepping up: Supporting critical care nurses in advocating for their patients with a mental health illness in a critical care setting. R Antonacci, et al
PP2 Did your patient get their sleep? Improving sleep for patients in the adult intensive care unit (ICU) E Boorman, et al
PP6 Implementation of a critical incidence stress management program at a tertiary care hospital E Folz and R Kampman


The role of the advanced practice nurse in supporting critical care nurses experiencing moral distress K Gibb, et al
PP11 A randomized controlled trial of a serious iIlness communication workshop for nurses in critical care. MM Marles, et al
PP15 ICU delirium: A multifaceted and multidisciplinary approach to prevention and treatment. K Webb-Anderson, et al
PP16 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) pressure injury prevention: When ‘under pressure’, use evidence to inform action!  K Webb-Anderson, et al