Welcome to our Regional pages.
Welcome to the ANGLIA region News page
Hello! I'm Helen and as chair of the Anglia region committee, I would like to welcome you to the Anglia pages!
It is easy to find out what is going on in the BACCN in this area by taking a look at our pages. You will find information on future study events, who's who on the committee and how you can get involved with the BACCN in the Anglia region by becoming a link member or joining the committee. We are always keen to get new members and would like to have a link in every unit in the region. Can you help with this?
Each year, we aim to run three regional study events on a variety of topics, so keep an eye on the pages to see what is coming up. We always aim to provide quality study events which reflect current practice so, why not come along to the next one to see for yourself? It is always a great opportunity to meet the committee and other members from the region.
If you would like to know more or want to get involved in anyway, please get in touch, I would love to hear from you!
Chair, Anglia Region BACCN
If you would like to join our committee and help us shape the way forward for Critical Care in the region please contact Helen (Chair) at the e.mail address shown on the committee page.As you can see by our photo we are a really friendly bunch and ensure we always have fun!
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
We aim to promote the values and beliefs of the BACCN within the Anglia region. We will facilitate education and support professional development, by sharing best practice and exploring innovations within Critical Care.
Please find our Regional AGM report following our last AGM.
Our Next Study Day:
9th October 2014 - West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds
Our Recent Anglia Region Study Events:
Critical Kids - Holiday Inn Cambridge May 2014
This was a very successful event. Many thanks to all our speakers for some fanatastic and informative presentations and also well done to all the committe for all your hard work as usual!
Here are some of the presentations from the day :
The Aim of our link nurses: To develop an effective method of communication between members across the Anglia Region and the National Regional Committee.
- Establish a communication point in your local critical care area
- Hold and distribute membership application forms and information as required
- Receive and distribute information on BACCN activities including regional and national study events
- Identify the needs of local members and communicate this to the committee
The role remains fluid as the needs of the region change. Link members will receive regular communication and updates, contributing to the establishment of an effective communication system across the region.