29th September 2016 – Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster

29th September 2016 – Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster

Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster – Thursday 29th September 2016 at Manchester Conference Centre

Now in its 3rd year the Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster conference will continue to provide a National update on the transformation of urgent and emergency care services in the UK.

Whilst the national programme for transforming urgent and emergency care services in England continues, Open Forum Events are pleased to be hosting its 3rd annual conference, Transforming Urgent Care and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster. Previous events have successfully brought together key stakeholders in the urgent and emergency care sector to assess, discuss and debate the challenges facing the system.

Transformation of the urgent and emergency care system has been underway since a national review was launched in 2013. Increased demand has inflicted greater pressure on a system that is tasked with providing safe and effective care for patients when they require it. Despite positive progress since the review launch, there is little sign that the pressures are abating as accident and emergency attendances and inpatient bed occupancy rates continue to rise and waiting and response time targets are regularly missed.

Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster

Having successfully brought together key stakeholders in the urgent and emergency care sector to assess, discuss and debate the challenges facing the system. Open Forum Events are delighted to be gaining a reputation for “truly inspirational” health and social care conferences. Our delegates are telling us that they leave our events with “new ideas and approaches” they can actually apply within their own organisations.

This fully CPD accredited conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to take stock and analyse the progress to date and the ambitions for the forthcoming phases of the transformational programme. New models of working will be discussed and examples of best practice will be shared. The event will offer an increased understanding of how to manage the pressures and keep up with the demand in order to provide safe and effective care for patients when they require it. We will focus the agenda towards Collaboration through Urgent and Emergency Care Vanguards, Bringing Urgent Care Closer to Home, Thinking of the Urgent Care System as a Whole, Improving Patient Flow, Promoting Self Care and Engaging with the Community and Voluntary Sectors.

Delegates will hear from a line-up of expert speakers, the conference agenda has been designed to allow delegates to be fully briefed as to how the fundamental shift in the way urgent and emergency care services are delivered can produce quality care with patients at its centre.

Benefits of Attending

The Transforming Urgent and Emergency Care: Safer, Better, Faster conference provides the opportunity to take stock and analyse the progress to date and the ambitions for the forthcoming phases of the transformational programme. New models of working will be discussed and examples of best practice will be shared.

  • Hear about the current challenges facing the urgent care system.
  • Gain an insight into the how the Urgent and Care Review is progressing.
  • Discuss and debate which initiatives are having a positive impact.
  • How are the vanguards helping to promote collaboration and greater integration?
  • Discover about how patient flow can be improved.
  • Learn how greater self-management can be supported and promoted.
  • Discover what alternative options there are to providing treatment closer to home
  • Listen to examples of innovative initiatives that are positively contributing to supporting the national review
  • Benefit from the opportunity to question, discuss and debate current working practices and those for the future
  • Take advantage of knowledge sharing and professional networking
  • Gain the maximum number of 6 CPD points.

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