Elective recovery still remains a significant focus of the NHS. Although progress has been made on long waits, waiting list numbers remain at record highs and in response The Elective Recovery Taskforce has been set up to help tackle this further. It is clear we must work differently to respond to these unprecedented waits and Day Case surgery offers us a way to help increase efficiencies and make an impact on these waiting times.
Join us to see how units across the UK have been leading the journey to successful Day case arthroplasty. It has been proven to be safe, achievable and has been replicated across several trusts. Learn how to embark on your day case journey and also see how Elective hubs can increase day case numbers further. You will also see how digital technology can aid this and move us towards a more virtual way of working
Increasing the delivery of day case total joints across the NHS is achievable and it is important to share learning so that day case arthroplasty becomes the normal in units across the UK.
This conference will enable you to:
- Network with colleagues who are working to improve day surgery orthopaedic services
- Learn from outstanding practice in day surgery arthroplasty
- Reflect on national developments and learning
- Understand how you can improve your day surgery pathways
- Identify key strategies for implementation of a day surgery joint replacement service
- Ensure you are up to date with the latest national practice
- Self assess and reflect on your own practice
- Supports CPD professional development and acts as revalidation evidence. This course provides 5 Hrs training for CPD subject to peer group approval for revalidation purposes
Chair & Speakers include:
- Dr Kim Russon Past President, BADS; Consultant Anaesthetist, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
- Mr Graham Walsh Medical Director & Knee Surgeon, Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network
- Kayleigh Wright Team Leader & Clinical Specialist, In-Patient Orthopaedics Therapy Services, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
- Madeleine Connolly Deputy Director Clinical and Financial Information, Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme NHS ENGLAND
Reduced rates for BADS Members and Trainees (medical, nursing, allied health professionals) of only £100 + VAT on BADS/HCUK events.