Acute Kidney Injury Event 2016

NIHR CLAHRC Greater Manchester and the Greater Manchester and East Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network jointly organised 2016's Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) conference at the Imperial War Museum North at Salford Quays.

 

The programme aimed to build on lessons from the previous years event and to focus on the full spectrum of AKI care, from the community to the hospital and back, from prevention to management and post-AKI care. As such, there was a strong emphasis on AKI care in primary care and the primary/secondary care interface.

 

The conference was opened by Professor Donal O’Donoghue (Consultant Nephrologist and Renal Association President Elect) reflecting on the link between AKI and 20th century wars.

 

A string of impressive talks and workshops followed based on the learning, experience and work from healthcare professionals across the country looking into the patient journey:

 

  • Tackling AKI in the Community
  • Tackling AKI at the primary / secondary interface
  • Priority setting in:
  1. Prevention
  2. Management
  3. Post AKI Care

 

The last session of the day was a priority setting activity, click here for a summary of the findings.

 

For a blog by Susan Howard from the event, please see click here.

 

You can recap on all the twitter activity on Storify here.

 

  • Presentations and abstract submissions are available here
    • Outreach in the community by secondary care physicians to improve knowledge and attitudes in AKI care: academic detailing Sheila McCorkindale /James Tollitt
       
    • An AKI alerting and helpline service: the South Tees experience Jon Murray / Nigel Rowel
       
    • The Liverpool experience of joint primary and secondary care to improve AKI care in the community Shahed Ahmed
       
    • Prevention and early management of AKI in a high risk group: Nursing home residents Tim Patterson / Rob Nipah
       
    • A novel ambulatory care model for AKI at the primary / secondary care interface Dan Lasserson
       
    • Managing sepsis at the emergency department - lessons for AKI improvement and ideas for joint strategies Henry Morriss
       
    • How do we measure improvement in AKI? Fergus Caskey Click to View
       
    • Experience of a regional improvement body Sam Doddridge Click to View
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury days or time to recovery a novel sensitive metric for AKI improvement Prasanna Hanumapura Click to View
       
    • Point of care creatinine testing for early identification of sepsis associated AKI in the community Dimitrios Poulakikos Click to view
       
    • Experience of development and use of AKI app James Rithie Click to view
       
    • Characterising acute kidney injury using a linked clinical database Hilda Hounkpatin Click to view
       
    • Experience of sick day rule guidance Bec Elvey
       
    • Evaluating pharmacist medication interventions in community acquired AKI emergency admissions to SRFT  Liz Lamerton Click to view
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury: A Quality Improvement Approach Chedia Hoolickin Click to view
       
    • Reducing Harm from AKI and Improving Patient Safety - A Dedicated Specialist Service Suzanne Wilson Click to view
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury Care In The Oncology Population - A Novel Venture Tamer Al-Sayed Click to view
  • Abstracts are available here
    • To Assess The Compliance at St Helens & Knowsley NHS Trust with Nice Guidance on The Management of Intravenous Fluid Therapy Jayne Bray and Keila Calland Click to view
       
    • A Collaborative Quality Improvement Project to Improve Management of Primary Care AKI (PC-AKI) using E-alerts and an Educational Outreach Programme Tollitt J, Poulikakos D, Flanagan E, McCorkindale S, Glynn Atkins S, Emmett, L, Darby D, Sinha S Click to view
       
    • Prevention, management and post AKI care both in the community and hospital settings in the northwest of England Prof Donal O’Donoghue, Dr Ragit Varia, Sam Doddridge, Nancy Prosper Click to view
       
    • ‘Sick day guidance’ for preventing Acute Kidney Injury in primary care: implementation and evaluation Rebecca Elvey, Tom Blakeman Click to view
       
    • Characterising acute kidney injury using a linked clinical database Hilda Hounkpatin, SD Fraser Click to view
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury days or time to recovery a novel sensitive metric for AKI improvement Prasanna Hanumapura Click to view
       
    • Evaluating Pharmacist Medication Interventions in Community Acquired Acute Kidney Injury Emergency Admissions to Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Amelia Reed Click to view
       
    • New interventions for managing Acute Kidney Injury in primary care: implementation and evaluation Rebecca Elvey, Delphine Corgié, Tom Blakeman, Susan Howard, Sarka Grayson Click to view
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury: A Quality Improvement Approach (poster) Chedia Hoolickin Click to view
       
    • Reducing Harm from AKI and Improving Patient Safety - A Dedicated Specialist Service Suzanne Wilson Click to view
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury Care In The Oncology Population - A Novel Venture Dr Tamer Al-Sayed Click to view
       
    • The introduction of the “AKI care app” Lynne Sykes, Rob Nipah, Jim Ritchie Click to view
       
    • Concurrent Use of a “Manchester” and “National” Algorithms to Improve Detection of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Prasanna Hanumapura Click to view
       
    • Implementation of a new way to assess and document fluid balance Deryn Waring, Prasanna Hanumapura & Sarah Pinnington Click to view
       
    • Lancashire Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust (LTHTr) acute kidney injury service developments in preventing and managing AKI Denise Brooks, Sally Fray Click to view
       
    • Understanding context in quality improvement: ethnographic hospital case studies of AKI improvement initiatives in Greater Manchester Clara Weisshaar, Simon Bailey & Adam Brisley Click to view
       
    • Acute Kidney Injury: Education and Awareness (poster) Chedia Hoolickin Click to view
       
    • “Sick-Day Guidance”: Written guidance to reduce the risk of AKI in patients at risk in primary care K.Isayama, N.Vallabh Click to view
       
    • Reduction of in-hospital AKI incidence using a multidisciplinary model Morlidge C, Marshall C, Mathavakkannan S, Findlay A and Berresford K Click to view
       
    • The impact of Safety Culture in Medication Errors in medical-surgical nurses working in Saudi ArabiaBader Alrasheadi, Lyvonne Tume, Joy Duxbury Click to view   
  • Posters

 

 


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