Acute & General Medicine, 21- 22 November 2017, EXCEL LONDON

EUROPE’S MUST ATTEND CLINICAL TRAINING
CONFERENCE FOR ALL HOSPITAL DOCTORS 

12-13 NOVEMBER 2019, EXCEL LONDON

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2018 Seminar Programme

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An opportunity to standardise the management of deterioration and sepsis

Streams: Acute Medicine
1. Current position
2. Variation in EWS
3. Evidence for NEWS
4. The New National Sepsis definition
5. The new CQUIN for sepsis
6. The New NEWS (NEWS2)
7. Developing pathways for your local units and regions
8. Evolving pan system pathways

For too long, we have allowed unnecessary variation to occur in critical processes across the NHS. This is particularly evident in the assessment of patients admitted with emergency conditions, and during communication and handover, as patients commonly traverse multiple healthcare settings. Currently, hospitals across England don’t use a standardised early warning system (EWS) to identify patients at risk of deterioration or sepsis, or in need of intervention. No other safety-critical industry would tolerate this. The NHS has evolved into tribes who use different dialects to describe sickness both internally and externally.
Learning outcomes:
1. Where we are now
2. why we need to change
3. Where we could be
4. How we can get there
 
Speakers
Dr Matthew Inada-Kim, Consultant Acute Physician, National Clinical Advisor - NHS England & NHS Improvement

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