- May 15, 2018
- Posted by: BHTA
- Category: BHTA Events, Healthcare News, Industry News
(3rd August 2018) Booking have exceeded 75% so please make sure you book in time for this event. Sponsorship opportunities are still available by contacting Jane Weller
Booking form for the BHTA Symposium 2018 – BHTA Booking Form Symposium
About this Event
The British Healthcare Trade Association are delighted to be offering an opportunity to hear some of the most influential international speakers on Tissue Viability this Autumn. Be part of this event to hear updates on the most recent research into shear, microclimate, sensors and materials relating to support surfaces and seating.
Fresh from the most recent ISO standards meeting in London, Professor Dan Bader from Southampton University will be chairing this Symposium that will highlight current thinking that will shape the future of pressure care.
What to Expect?
The latest on Microclimate and Shear. What new research is taking place and what’s taking shape for the future? Are you up to speed with the new science?
Nikki Stubbs, will speak about the findings of the Pressure 2 research, being one of the largest trials conducted comparing the effectiveness of high specification foam and alternating pressure mattresses in pressure ulcer prevention.
Performance effectiveness, are you monitoring and ensuring you have clinical evaluation to back up your data entries and products? Are you holding those necessary papers required?
There will also be an update on the new International Standards work being carried out by the ISO Working Group and it is intended with the permission of the presenters to publish the proceedings.
Dan Bader Chair of the Symposium
An Inspiring Speaker Line Up:
*Professor Dan Bader* *Professor Nicole Petrone*
**Professor Stephen Morgan* *Professor David Brienza*
*Jo Milnes* *Professor Evan Call*
*Professor Nikki Stubbs* *Dr Peter Worsley*
Thursday 25th October 2018
10:00am – Registration
11:00am – Start – Lunch (A buffet Lunch and beverages will be provided. If you require a special dietary requirement please advise at time of booking.)
18:00pm – Close
*Full Programme to be released at the end of May*
Where is the event taking place?
The Clayton Hotel, 626 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 5RY
Web address to hotel:
Situated in an ideal location in West London, Clayton Hotel Chiswick is only 20 minutes from London Heathrow Airport and has excellent links onto Great West Road, M4, A4, A406, accessible via the Chiswick Roundabout.
Car Parking Prices:
- £2.20 – per hour
- £15.00 7 – 10 hours
- £17.00 10 – 24 hours
*Please note that the maximum car park height is 2.0 metres. All parking spaces are subject to availability upon arrival to the car park. I have been informed that parking is very limited and should you be attending the ISO Meetings at the BSi to ask if you are able to park at their premises a short walk from the hotel*
Nearest Transportation Links:
Bus station at Oxford Road North is in front of the hotel. Service towards Hammersmith and Central London.
Gunnersbury train station is only a 2 minute walk from the hotel towards Central London.
**If you have any questions regarding the Symposium then please contact: email@example.com**