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Service Collaboration to Improve Ulcer Care

Service Collaboration to Improve Ulcer Care - NNF 

Tuesday 24 September 2019

Birmingham City Football Ground, Birmingham
Registration 8:30 AM | Start 9:00 AM | Close 4:40 PM
Public Sector Price: 149 + VAT on or before the 30th July

What is it about?

This trail-blazing national NHS conference will focus on developing standardisation across wound care services. Build on your understanding of ulcer care to bridge the gap between community and acute services, reduce variability and increase accessibility. Throughout this unique day, you will share best practice and workable ideas for tackling variation, improving time to heal and reducing amputations.        

Why should you come?

This NHS conference has been specially crafted to optimise your ulcer care practice and streamline your service through collaborative work. Throughout the day you will be encouraged to reflect on your good practice, national wound care strategies and patient pathways. You will leave this education day with the inspiration to develop your ulcer care practice by:

  • Improving access and standards: the importance of early treatment with GIRFT and the national wound care strategy
  • Reducing variation in service delivery: tackling inequality and delivering clinical standards across acute services
  • Developing your ulcer care: create specialised wound care teams and the role of the Non-Medical Consultant in acute wound care
  • Considering new ideas to tackle issues surrounding procurement and ensuring the consistency of the standard of treatment

Key learning outcomes

This unique and inspirational networking day will connect you with like-minded professionals with similar clinical goals. Be inspired by hearing case studies of clinical progression and take away implementable ideas for change to improve your ulcer care and clarify patient care pathways. You will leave this NHS networking forum, with the motivation to:

  • Gain new insights into wound care strategy
  • Establish the Get It Right First Time (GIRFT) initiative
  • Benchmark education and training to improve patient care
  • Advance service collaboration for a clearer patient pathway
  • Reduce variation within your service and product procurement
  • Progress specialised non-diabetic ulcer care to reduce amputations

Benchmark your service and share your first-hand experiences with:

  • Naseer Ahmad, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Manchester University Foundation Trust
  • Paul Chadwick, National Clinical Director, College of Podiatry
  • Martin Fox, Vascular Specialist Podiatrist, Manchester Local Care Organisation
  • Mike Horrocks, Clinical lead for Vascular GIRFT, Ambassador for GIRFT, Former Secretary General of the European Society of Vascular Surgery, Past President of the Vascular Society
  • Christine Moffatt, Professor of Clinical Nursing Research, University of Nottingham School of Health Sciences
  • Lisa Sutherland, Harm Free Care Lead, East Suffolk and North Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
  • Beverley Morris, Leg Ulcer Associate Specialist Nurse, Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust
  • Emily Scott Walker, Leg Ulcer Associate Specialist Nurse, Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust

 

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