Project Management and Oversight

This page provides details of who is taking part in the HiSLAC project, and in time will have information and resources specifically aimed at project participants. Chief Investigator Prof Julian BionProfessor of Intensive …

HiSLAC Newsletters

ISSUE 6: WHAT’S NEXT FOR HISLAC? 2019 AND BEYOND DescriptionThis year sees HiSLAC enter the final phase of the project – analyses and publication of final findings.  Date of Publication: …

Resources

The content of these pages will be updated and added to over time. Download Academy Report, Seven Day Consultant Present Care: Implementation Considerations Download HiSLAC research protocol v4.0 Download Academy …

Contact Us

Chief Investigator, Professor Julian BionProfessor of Intensive Care Medicine, University of Birmingham c.s.price@bham.ac.uk Project Manager, Emma LancashireUniversity of Birmingham e.r.lancashire@bham.ac.uk ommunication Fellow, Louise RowanUniversity of Birmingham rowancommunications@gmail.com Telephone: 07780 548588 Research …

Point Prevalence Survey

The HiSLAC project aims to examine the impact of consultants and associate specialists on reducing the mortality associated with weekend admission to hospital, as part of an independent evaluation of …

About the study

The rationale for HiSLAC (High-intensity Specialist-Led Acute Care) is based on research in diverse health systems demonstrating poorer outcomes for patients admitted to hospitals at weekends. In the UK, four …