Streamlining Andrology Services
This networking driven NHS conference will focus on benchmarking national standards and promoting best practice within your multi-disciplinary andrology service. Streamline your andrology clinics by; improving patient pathways, tackling capacity and demand challenges, driving forward multi-disciplinary working and delivering effective workforce improvements. Find out how to make these vital changes and drive forward the quality of your care by attending this day of insightful presentations and lively discussions.
Take this opportunity to step back for just one day and reflect on how your service is delivered. This motivational day will provide you and your team with the ideal opportunity to identify new ideas, reflect, reassess and reinforce your current best practice. Discuss where your challenges lie, share any successful strategies you have implemented and find out how to overcome your obstacles through unique networking with other andrology services from across the NHS.
Return to your andrology service equipped with the knowledge to drive forward the quality of your care. Learn how to:
- Improve treatment for erectile dysfunction
- Encourage supportive initial assessments
- Deliver a streamlined psychosexual pathway
- Effectively utilise your multi-disciplinary team
- Drive forward workforce improvement strategies
- Understand national standards and develop trust guidelines
This educational seminar will identify stumbling blocks and suggest solutions for the current and future challenges facing urology and andrology professionals. The conference is a unique professional development opportunity for:
- Urology and Andrology Nurse Specialists
- Urology and Andrology Clinical Leads
- Urology and Andrology Consultants
- Urology and Andrology Service Managers
- Sexual Health Nurses
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Hear about the pioneering work being done in andrology and join the discussion for change:
|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chairs opening remarks|
Ian Pearce, Consultant Urological Surgeon and Andrologist, Manchester University NHS Foundation and Editor in Chief Journal of Clinical Urology
Balancing capacity and demand
|9.40||Streamlining andrology services to improve patient flow|
Co-ordinating your multi-disciplinary team to streamline the patient care
Updating assessment criteria to ensure effective and efficient appointment times
Standardising andrology care: improving access to streamline the admissions process
Easing the patient pathway
|10.20||Ensuring timely access to collaborative services to streamline the patient pathway |
Case study: the suspected Prostate Cancer Best Timed Pathway (BTP)
Benchmarking success: understanding and developing on the second-line treatment pathway
Appropriate escalation to the third line surgical treatment plan and delivering patient support
Developing a collaborative workforce
|11.20||Building a business case to develop your nurse led andrology services|
How to build a business case and creatively find space to expand your dedicated andrology service
Tackling time restraints on your nursing workforce and resolving staffing issues
Promoting collaboration with your MDT to manage capacity demands and streamline patient referrals
|12.00|| Discussion session: how to promote andrology services and ensure a future workforce?|
As specialist fields continue to be under threat from understaffing, how can andrology services remain visible and an attractive career option? Discuss with your colleagues how you manage to recruit and retain your staff within urology and continue to develop specialist interests.
Maximising patient referrals
|1.30||Case study: ensuring holistic approaches for andrology and diabetes management|
Navigating through the diabetes patient pathway and ensuring accurate referrals
Developing communication strategies in order to signpost appropriate referrals
Improving in clinic assessments: How to protect your assessment times and ensuring supportive clinics
|2.10||Case study: promoting best practice for prostate cancer in andrology services|
Collaborating with you MDT to ensure an effective and streamlined treatment pathway
Ensuring timely referrals to ED services and managing patient expectations at service entry
Exploring the Patient Prostate Pathway: how does this synthesise with andrology services?
|3.10||Effective collaborative working with psychosexual clinics |
Improve you understanding of a psychosexual service to enhance the patient pathway
How has multidisciplinary working benefitted the service and improved patient experiences
Case study: collaboration to deliver an holistic approach to andrology
Emma Mathews, Psychosexual Therapist, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
|3.50||Case study: effective communication with younger patients to empower their treatment pathway |
Developing communication tactics: tools to engage younger patients in effective treatments
Upskilling your team to prepare for communication barriers within the initial assessment
Case study: improving understanding and the treatment of penile cancer in younger patients
Aditya Manjunath, Consultant Urologist with Special interest in Men’s Health, North Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
|4.30||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.40||Close of day|
Equip your andrology team with the right knowledge to progress clearly and efficiently. Speakers confirmed to-date include:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS and Public Sector Price: £299 + VAT before 10th April 2020
- NHS and Public Sector Price: £399 + VAT after 10th April 2020
- Commercial Organisation Price: £599 + VAT before 10th April 2020
- Commercial Organisation Price: £699 + VAT after 10th April 2020
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Wednesday 11th November : £120 + VAT
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Certification of Attendance
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