Home Mechanical Ventilation UK Meeting 2021
The meeting brings experts from around the UK to present lectures, clinical trial updates, case studies, and interactive Q and A sessions. HMV UK has been designed to provide many opportunities for open discussions between healthcare professionals.
The topics covered will include:
- Complex home ventilation
- Weaning processes
- Critical care
- Specialist home ventilation units
Who should attend
This one day meeting is ideal for those working with patients with chronic respiratory failure. This includes, but is not limited to, consultants in respiratory and critical care, rehabilitation medicine, sleep medicine and neurology, specialist registrars, therapists and clinical nurse specialists.
The HMV UK Meeting provides a multi-disciplinary network for established clinicians and healthcare professionals that are either caring for patients dependent on home mechanical ventilation, or that have an interest in continual care using highly advanced specialist technologies.
The meeting offers an invaluable opportunity to learn more about the latest advances in the management of children and adults with chronic respiratory failure. The HMV UK Meeting is also renowned for providing respiratory professionals and experts from around the country with the opportunity to network and knowledge share.
A Year in Review
Keynote Lecture: The results of clinical experience in HMV: 3 people, 3 patients, 3 papers
Mark Elliott, Consultant, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Transition in LTTV: results from NCEPOD
Mark Juniper, Consultant in Respiratory and Intensive Care Medicine
HMV: from patient to partner. Living longer, healthier and active
Baroness Campbell of Surbiton DBE
Surge capacity and lessons for the future pandemic
Nick Hart, Clinical and Academic Director, Lane Fox Respiratory Service, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Making your service pandemic ready
Active Trials in Home Mechanical Ventilation
Rebecca D’Cruz, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Lane Fox Respiratory Unit & King’s College London