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Presentations

 

European Society of Intensive Care Medicine 30th Annual Congress, Vienna, 2017 (Poster) SILENCE - Patient sleep in the intensive care unit remains elusive, Julie L Darbyshire, J. Duncan Young, September2017

173rd Acoustical Society of America, Boston, Massachusetts, June 2017 (Oral), Machine listening in combination with microphone arrays for noise source localization and identification, Markus Müller-Trapet; Jordan Cheer; Filippo M. Fazi; Julie Darbyshire; J. Duncan Young, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141, 3964 (2017); doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/1.4989025

Wessex Clinical Research Network Anaesthesia & Critical Care Research Meeting, 2017 (Oral) SILENCE - sleep in the Intensive Care Unit, Julie L Darbyshire, May 2017

Intensive Care Society State of the Art, 2016 (Poster) Deep experience is never peaceful: Raising awareness of noise sources in the ICU, Darbyshire JL, Barrett C, Edmonds P, Young JD, Hinton L, London, December 2016

Thames Valley Clinical Research Network Urgent Care Research Symposium, 2016 (Oral) Sleep deprivation in the Intensive Care Unit Darbyshire JL, Young JD, Oxford, November 2016

Thames Valley Clinical Research Network Urgent Care Research Symposium, 2016 (Poster) An Audit to Review Rehabilitation Practices within Intensive Care Hird C, Wright C, Beck L, Greig PR, Darbyshire JL, Oxford, November 2016

Thames Valley Clinical Research Network Urgent Care Research Symposium, 2016 (Poster) Acoustic Source Localisation with Microphone Arrays for Remote Noise Monitoring in an Intensive Care Unit, Markus Mueller-Trapet, Jordan Cheer, Filippo Maria Fazi, Julie L Darbyshire, J Duncan Young, Oxford, November 2016

DIPEx International Meeting, 2016 (Oral), Experiential learning in the ICU: Using the AEBCD approach in practice, Hinton L, Darbyshire JL, Tenerife, 13th November 2016

Markus Mueller-Trapet presented at the MENSUS industry Showcase, Southampton, 11th October 2016

31st Annual British Association of Critical Care Nurses Conference, 2016 (Oral), Experiential learning in the ICU: Using the AEBCD approach in practice, Darbyshire JL, Edmonds P, Khan N, Hinton L, Patients and staff help design experiential teaching for the Intensive Care Unit, Glasgow, September 2016

Intensive Care Society State of the Art, 2015 (Poster) Noises in the Intensive Care Unit: What goes bump in the night?, Darbyshire JL, Jeffs EL, Vollam S, Hinton L, Young JD, Journal of the Intensive Care Society November 2015 16: 104-128, doi:10.1177/1751143715615287 

Thames Valley Clinical Research Network Critical Care Research Symposium, 2015 (Poster) Measuring sleep in the intensive care unit: A systematic review of the literature, Emma L Jeffs, J Duncan Young, Julie L Darbyshire, Oxford, November 2015

Thames Valley Clinical Research Network Critical Care Research Symposium, 2015 (Oral) Noises in the Intensive Care Unit: What goes bump in the night?, Darbyshire JL, Jeffs EL, Vollam S, Hinton L, Young JD, Oxford, November 2015

Kings Fund: Transforming patient experience, 2015 (Oral) Patients and staff join researchers to design environmental changes in the Intensive Care Unit, Julie L Darbyshire, J Duncan Young, Carolyn Barrett, Peter Edmonds, Lisa Hinton, London, November 2015

33rd Congress of the Scandinavian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Congress (Oral), Sleep in the ICU: Recovering patients continue to experience sleep deprivation, Senaratne, DNS, Young, JD, Darbyshire, JL, Recovering patients in Intensive Care Units continue to experience sleep deprivation, Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 59:41-41 · June 2015

 

Publications

Measuring Sleep in the Intensive Care Unit: A Critical Appraisal of the Use of Subjective Methods

"I can remember sort of vivid people...but to me they were plasticine." Delusions on the intensive care unit: what do patients think is going on?

Noise in the ICU - the patient's viewpoint

Excessive noise in intensive care units

An investigation of sound levels on intensive care units with reference to the WHO guidelines