8 International Meeting on Behavioural Sciences Applied to

8th International Meeting on Behavioural Sciences Applied to
Surgery and Acute Care Settings
3.00pm – 4.30pm
Early careers workshop: writing for publication – Professor Bryony
Dean Franklin, Associate Editor BMJ Quality and Safety in Healthcare
4.30pm – 6.00pm
6.00pm – 8.00pm
Post workshop drinks at Front Line Club – dinner on your own
9.00am – 9.45am
Coffee & Registration
9.45am – 10.00am
Welcome and introduction to BSAS
10.00am – 11.00am Keynote 1: Professor David Birnbach (University of Miami, USA):
The University of Miami Patient Safety experience: Reducing
operating room and labor and delivery suite risk through improved
communication, teamwork, and simulation-based education
11.00am – 11.30am Coffee and Posters
11.30am – 12.30pm Presentation Session 1 – Training Studies
(10mins, 3mins questions per paper)
Talk 1: Russ et al (University of Aberdeen, UK): Exploring the use of
‘moderated online discussions’ in medical education for discussing
non-technical elements of clinical behaviour
Talk 2: Mundt et al (Danish Institute for Medical Simulation, Denmark):
Lessons learned from training multi-disciplinary OR teams using
individual non-technical skills tools
Talk 3: Hunningher et al (Barts Health NHS Trust, UK): The Barts
Health ‘MATCH’ team training project
Talk 4: O’Connor et al (National University of Ireland, Ireland): The
impact of reduced working hours: A time use diary study of junior
12.30pm – 1.30pm
1.30pm – 2.30pm
Presentation session 2 – Teams Studies
(10mins, 3mins questions per paper)
Talk 1: Schmutz et al (ETH Zurich, Switzerland): Size matters:
Influence of team size on coordination and clinical performance in
pediatric emergency teams
Talk 2: Tschan et al (University of Neuchatel, Switzerland): Talking
may help or hinder: Case-relevant and case-irrelevant communication
during surgeries and surgical site infections
Talk 3: Keller et al (University of Neuchatel, Switzerland): Effects of
noise peaks on teamwork: Noise inhibits case-relevant but not caseirrelevant communication among the surgical team
Talk 4: Romijn et al (VU University Medical Center, Netherlands):
Cohesion among professionals within the obstetrical care
2.30pm – 3.30pm
Debate: This house believes…. (title to be decided) – 2 experts
pitching 2 opposing ideas, 5-7mins each, followed by discussion
3.30pm – 4.00pm
Coffee and Posters
4.00pm – 5.00pm
Keynote 2: Professor Rebecca Lawton (University of Leeds, UK):
Using behaviour change theory to support teams to implement NPSA
guidelines: the case of nasogastric tubes
First day close
6.00pm – 10.00pm
Dinner at Cantina Laredo
9.00am – 9.15am
9.15am – 10.15am
Keynote 3: Professor John Paige (Louisiana State University Health
Sciences Center, USA): TBC
10.15am – 11.00am Panel Discussion – Topic and panel to be confirmed.
11.00am – 11.30am Coffee and Posters
11.30am – 12.45pm Presentation Session 3 – Validation studies
(10mins, 3mins questions per paper)
Talk 1: Weigl et al (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Germany):
Associations of mental workload, intra-operative disruptions, and
technical performance in a full-scale simulated procedure
Talk 2: Gjeraa et al (Danish Institute for Medical Simulation,
Denmark): Correlation between anaesthesiologists’ non-technical and
technical skills in a video recorded simulation scenario of difficult
airway management
Talk 3: McVeigh et al (National University of Ireland, Ireland): How
effective is deliberate practice in acquiring laparoscopic skills in novice
trainees? – a randomised control trial
Talk 4: Johnston et al (Imperial College London, UK): Development,
validation and evaluation of the Quality of Information Transfer tool for
deteriorating post-operative patients
Talk 5: Burtscher et al (University of Zurich, Switzerland):
Development and validation of a tool for assessing team mental
models in pediatric resuscitations
12.45pm – 1.45pm
1.45 pm– 2.30pm
Presentation Session 4 – Decision Making Studies
(10mins, 3mins questions per paper)
Talk 1: Murtagh et al (Imperial College London, UK): Communication
during intra-operative decision making: A qualitative study
Talk 2: Lahlou et al (London School of Economics, UK): Decisionmaking in the operating room studied with subjective evidence-based
ethnography: A pilot
Talk 3: Engelmann et al (Klinikum Brandenburg, Germany): The
enigma of the theatre list – how the game is played in times of real
time IT planning tools
2.30pm – 3.00pm
Coffee and Posters
3.00pm – 4.00pm
Keynote 4: Professor Charles Vincent (University of Oxford, UK):
4.00pm – 4.30pm
Closing remarks, prize giving, BSAS 2015 announcement