Transforming Gynaecology Elective Care Services
In the wake of huge NHS changes with the new NHS England guidance being rolled out nationally, this conference will share case study examples of remodelling, merging and changing services so that you can take way new ideas. Gain experienced insights into how to achieve funding for expanding services, enable and train nurses, manage patient demand and measure outcomes.
Whether you have successfully adapted and remodelled your service and are looking for the next step, or planning to merge your elective services, use this unique opportunity to share best practice with your colleagues from across the country, and find out how your services compare. Establish how to successfully develop your nurse-led services, and find out what you should be doing to manage capacity and cope with patient demand. If you are committed to finding out how to adapt your service to successfully tackle the challenges of patient flow, and how you can develop and streamline your service delivery, this interactive and educational day is for you!
This case-study driven and practical day is designed to offer you ‘how to’ support to improve your understanding of how to drive forward gynaecology elective care services. Streamline your new service models with this unique day that will focus on:
- National update and guidance explored: managing the rising demand for elective care services and providing easy access to care
- Remodelling gynaecology services: how to drive forward your successful services, implement new nurse-led clinics, prepare for change and understand new staff roles to maximise your service performance.
- NICE guideline updates: keep up to date with new NICE guidelines and perfect your GAAP analysis skills to ensure optimum productivity.
- Supporting service development: establishing your nurse-led services and improve your training strategies.
- Tackling increased capacity: benchmark your service solutions with other trusts to manages the peaks and troughs of clinics
Featuring unique discussions and practical sessions, this day will bring together representatives from Gynaecology and Nurse-Led Gynaecology services to share ‘how to’ advice. This day will benefit the following:
- Gynaecology Nurse Practitioners and Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Consultant Gynaecologists and Obstetricians
- Junior and Senior Sisters
- Unit and Service Managers
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This event follows on from the success of our 2019 event ‘Redesigning your Gynaecology Service’. “A very useful day, excellent content and very valuable input from the course presenter who has a wealth of experience”, “Really good chance to network. Good to bring in all teams at different levels working in same service to share ideas” and “Great for methodology and answers to help us with the issues we are facing”.
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Improve patient flow, benchmark merging elective services and gain a national perspective
|8.30||Registration and refreshments|
|9.00||Chair’s opening remarks and introduction|
Monica Duncan, Chief Executive, Benson and Duncan Associates Ltd
Exploring the next steps for service transformation
|9.10||National update and guidance explored: The future of NHS gynaecology elective services |
Managing the rising demand for elective care services and developing a service strategy
Improving patient experiences and enabling easy access to care
Addressing capacity and demand within clinical settings: overcoming to new hurdles
Providing fully integrated and person-centred care in line with NHS plans
Monica Duncan, Chief Executive, Benson and Duncan Associates Ltd
Remodelling gynaecology services
|9.50||Case Study: How to drive forward a successful service: adapting to remodelling |
Maintaining standards of care whilst overcoming funding barriers
How to implement new nurse-led clinics: enabling nurses to develop their roles and skills
Freeing up capacity: what can be done in the community?
Morag Boyd, Sister for Gynaecology Services, Northern Health and Social Care Trust
Tackling increased capacity
|11.00||Improving patient flow and managing referrals across remodelled services|
Managing inpatients and outpatients: determining inpatient versus outpatient procedures
Case study: exploring the impact of streamlining high intake services
Overcoming capacity and demand challenges: reducing triage waiting times by 90%
Tracey Williams, Head of Nursing for Gynaecology, Fertility and Theatre, Birmingham Woman's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
Transforming emergency services
|11.40||Lessons from a pilot site: Progressing your emergency care triage service|
Remodelling emergency services to fit the Right person, right place, first time initiative
Fully integrating a multi-disciplinary triage service to improve patient flow
Case Study: diverting GP referrals away from acute care setting to reduce patient intake
Shiby Varghese, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Emergency Gynaecology and Early Pregnancy assessment Unit, Queens Hospital
Jiji Paul, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Emergency Gynecology Unit, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
|12.20||Industry insight: Managing patients more efficiently with technology|
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Supporting nurse-led development
|1.50||Establishing, sustaining and running a nurse-led gynaecology service |
Writing a business plan, demonstrating cost benefit and signposting relevant support
Changing service culture and improving training strategies
Utilising your consultants to support and improve your nurse led team
Caroline Bell, Hysteroscopy Lead, North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|2.30||Case study: Managing and sustaining a nurse-led endometriosis service |
Identifying symptoms of endometriosis and ensuring the best treatment pathway
Caring for post-operative endometriosis patients in the community to improve patient flow
Advancing the co-ordination of care for outpatients to ensure a streamlined service
Wendy Mitchell, Gynaecology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Deborah Panes, Endometriosis Clinical Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
|3.30||Discussion session: Adapting to change and transforming your elective service pathway|
Take away the confidence to bring about real change in your service by sharing your struggles and identifying practical solutions. How you can overcome key hurdles such as a lack of time or cost considerations? Share different experiences and benefit from the knowledge of your peers in this round table session.
Monica Duncan, Chief Executive, Benson and Duncan Associates Ltd
|3.50||Case study: Building a business case to upskill nurses and reduce waiting times|
How to build a business case and demonstrate a response to clinical needs
Promoting collaborative working with your consultant and MDT
Refining professional roles to improve patient support and reduce waiting times
Deborah Panes, Endometriosis Clinical Nurse Specialist, St Michael’s Hospital, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
|4.30||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.40||Close of day|
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