Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: designed for Outpatient and Transformation Nurses, Service Managers and Leads. Tackle the challenges of the pandemic, gain practical strategies to re-open your services and optimise your outpatient virtual clinic pathway. This video and slide pack present a great opportunity for you to arm your reset strategy with the tactics to overcome patient backlogs and exciting new approaches to developing virtual clinics.
2.5 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
Is it time to reset your outpatient strategy? If yes, then this on-demand presentation video is for you.
- Future-proofing your service: Integrating the transformation programme with your reset initiatives
- How to improve clinic utilisation and maximise patient flow to tackle long waiting lists
- Reestablishing outpatient services and building a modernised service
- Reviewing virtual clinics in gynaecology under the pressures of the pandemic
Meet your education and training needs in your own time
Packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice, plus benefit from:
- 2.5 CPD hours of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring engaging video and accompanying slides
- Available at £209 for NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible to download and view
- CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
|4 presentations | 6 parts | 2.5 CPD hours | Filmed on Thursday 27th May 2021|
Future-proofing your service: Integrating the transformation programme with your reset initiatives
Sheila Glenn, Operations Director Transformation and Integration, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
How to improve clinic utilisation and maximise patient flow to tackle long waiting lists
Daniel Peach, Interim Group Director of Operations – Surgical Services, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
Questions and answers with Sheila Glenn and Daniel Peach
Reestablishing outpatient services and building a modernised service
Rachel Roberts, Matron, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust
Reviewing virtual clinics in gynaecology under the pressures of the pandemic
Professor Stephen Radley, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Questions and answers with Rachel Roberts and Professor Stephen Radley
First-hand speaker experiences
Sheila is a nurse by background and she is passionate about the NHS, continuous quality improvement, leadership and the potential of digital technology in health.
Sheila is an engaging, senior strategic leader, and transformational change agent with a proven track record of innovation, delivery and collaboration in complex multi-agency, education, local authority and health care settings. She is currently the Norfolk and Waveney STP lead for the national transforming outpatients programme.
Stephen is a Consultant Gynaecologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Honorary Professor at The University of Sheffield.
He is the Clinical Lead and Training Programme Director for the Urogynaecology Unit in Sheffield as well as being the Director of Research for the Jessop Wing. His medical education was at Queens’ College, Cambridge and King's College Hospital, London where he graduated in 1987.
His training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology began in Sheffield in 1989, since which time he has also spent 2 years in Reconstructive Urology. He became a Consultant in 2000 and obtained his MD with the University of Sheffield in 2005.
Stephen specialises in urogynaecology, female urology and pelvic floor disorders, including medical and surgical treatments for prolapse, incontinence and bladder, bowel, vaginal and sexual dysfunction. He works closely with other specialists in related fields of Gynaecology, Urology, Colorectal Surgery, Physiotherapy and Medical Imaging. Through these links, Stephen provides a genuinely multi-disciplinary approach, catering for a broad range of conditions.
The majority of surgeries that Stephen undertakes are performed without the need for a large incision or cut in the abdomen. This includes vaginal approaches to incontinence and prolapse, minimal access, laparoscopic, cystoscopic and hysteroscopic techniques. Most surgeries are therefore undertaken on a short stay, overnight or day-case basis.
Stephen regularly provides training for other surgeons in female urology, gynaecology and pelvic floor reconstruction, locally, nationally and internationally. He has co-authored numerous research publications relating to surgical techniques, developments and outcomes.
He provides surgical lectures and presentations at local, national and international meetings, as well as to GPs and Medical Students at the University of Sheffield, where he was made an honorary professor in 2018.
Stephen was responsible for the design, development, testing and implementation of ePAQ (electronic Personal Assessment Questionnaire). This web-based system is now widely used for the assessment of patients’ conditions, their quality of life and outcome in gynaecology as well other areas of healthcare.
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Past attendee feedback
"I liked how we were all given the chance to contribute our experiences and it was reassuring to know that we are all in similar boats"University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Reset your Outpatient Service, May 2021
"The topics today were definitely spot on in terms of what’s current in Outpatients"Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Reset your Outpatient Service, May 2021
"Good to network and see we are all in similar positions with no clear solutions yet"Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Reset your Outpatient Service, May 2021