Taking it Further for 2020 - Best Practice for Hip Fractures
This interactive NHS study day will delve into the practicalities for working collaboratively to streamline your hip fracture surgical pathway. Utilise this opportunity to discover how you can take the Hip Fracture Practice Tariff (BPT) further, ensure your patients are medically fit for surgery, develop an effective MDT approach to enhanced patient recovery and optimise your service to provide the best possible care for your hip fracture patients.
This workshop will deliver informative case study presentations as well as valuable interactive discussion sessions, which will provide you with the knowledge, confidence and motivation to develop your hip fracture clinical pathway further for 2020. Take one day out to attend this workshop and benefit from the expertise of your enthusiastic workshop leader, Atif Malik, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the shared experiences and lessons learnt from your colleagues from across the country.
This exciting workshop will enable you to build an action plan to drive forward and progress your hip fracture patient pathway. You will leave the day with the knowledge to:
- Achieve and take the best practice tariff further
- Implement the latest recommendations in hip fracture care
- Develop efficiency in your service
- Meet your targets
- Ensure your patients are medically fit for surgery
- Advance enhanced recovery for hip fracture
- Utilise early mobilisation to improve recovery
This workshop has been specially designed for those working within the hip fracture clinical pathway and would benefit from whole team attendance from:
- Orthopaedic Surgeons and Physicians
- Orthopaedic Nurses
- Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists
- Medical Social workers and Dieticians
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Working collaboratively to streamline your surgical pathway and develop an enhanced recovery programme
|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Opening remarks and introduction|
Achieving the Best Practice Tariff
|10.10||National update: Understand how you can take the Hip Fracture Best Practice Tariff (BPT) further|
What is best practice care and how can it be measured in your service?
Explore the latest changes: what can we expect in 2020 for BPT?
Taking the next steps for BPT: implementable recommendations for further improvements in hip fracture care
Discussion session: Share your experiences of achieving BPT and how you will take it further for 2020
Streamlining the Neck of Femur (NOF) Surgical Pathway
|11.30||Achieving efficiency and meeting targets: how to ensure your patients are medically fit for surgery |
Implementable tips and guidance to meet ‘time to surgery’ targets
Overcoming the challenges for preparing patients for surgery and managing their pain effectively
How you take best practice further pre and post-op for your patients
Discussion session: Build an action plan to improve time to surgery and ensure your patients are medically fit
Build an MDT Approach to Enhance Patient Recovery
|1.30||Working collaboratively with your MDT to achieve best practice for hip fracture care |
Building and implementing a plan to improve and maintain a whole team approach
From the anaesthetics to rehabilitation: understanding everyone’s role in hip fracture care
Overcoming challenges of collaborative working to achieve and take best practice care further for your patients
Discussion session: Share your experiences of MDT working. How can you work more collaboratively to improve hip fracture care?
Advancing Hip Fracture Recovery
|2.50||Building an implementable strategy for hip fracture enhanced recovery programmes |
How can enhanced recovery be used to achieve best practice for hip fracture care?
Explore the latest techniques for enhanced recovery and ensuring care is tailored to individual patients
Getting patients on the road to recovery sooner with early mobilisation: measuring the outcomes and taking them further
|3.50||Inactive session: How can we optimise our service to develop support and provide the best care for hip fracture patients? |
Utilise this opportunity to reflect on the day, ask final questions and share your experiences, challenges and solutions. Leave with an implementable plan and the knowledge to take best practice further for hip fracture care.
|4.30||Close of day|
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