The PREDICT Delphi poster was a great success at ICEM 2016 in Cape Town, generating lots of interesting feedback.
People were impressed with the use of (HPP) Hanlon Prioritisation Process and the numbers of respondents. Delegates were very interested to know what PREDICT is planning next and keen to chat about their own Delphi process or comparing experiences with their own Delphi studies.
Franz Babl presented the APHIRST head injury rules data at ICEM in Cape Town. The data was also presented as part of plenary sessions in the trauma and PEM sections as well as at the PEM Marketplace. This was the first time the data had been presented internationally or outside the PREDICT group and it was not clear what reception we would receive.
Overall feedback, both after the presentations and during the Marketplace sessions was very positive. There was also some constructive feedback from our Canadian colleagues who were involved in the derivation of the CATCH rule. This will assist is shaping the messages of the core paper which is now in draft form.
And the final word
“Cape Town – what an amazing city: great views, beautiful weather and yummy seafood”.