The Deteriorating Patient – Let the numbers do the talking

Date: 16/03/2017 | Time: 09:00 - 14:00
Location: Cheltenham Chase Hotel, Shurdington Rd, Brockworth, GL3 4PB
Organised by: West of England AHSN
Tel: 0117 900 2543
Email: events@weahsn.net

Event summary

Marking the two year anniversary of the launch of the West of England Patient Safety Collaborative Deteriorating Patient and National Early Warning Score (NEWS) programme, this event will focus on celebrating our impact and demonstrable results across the region.  We will share our experiences of our NEWS journeys, supported by data evidencing our work.  We will collaborate on data collection top tips and methodologies, discuss further opportunities for embedding and sustaining our work and contemplate the final phase of this programme and what success will look like.

The programme

The  programme for the day will outline the following:

Time:
Activity:
09:00
Registration
09:30
Welcome and Introduction
09:45
Update on our process measures and from across the region
11:00
Breakout/Networking
11:30
Workshops: Let the numbers do the talking
Delegates will break out into the following sector workshops:
·         Secondary Care
·         Community and Primary Care (inc community mental health, primary care nurse practitioners and any third sector organisations)
·         Community and Mental Health In Patient
These workshops will be an opportunity for organisations to share good practice on how we can evidence our patient safety work, how we can improve the quality of the data we collect, how we can improve outcomes and discuss what success will look like.
12:30
The Deteriorating Patient programme – Evaluation and Research
An update from the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West
13:00
Wrap up/Summary
13:15
Lunch – Demonstrations by Snap40 www.snap40.com and LiveObs www.liveobs.com
14:00
Deteriorating Patient breakout session
This will be an invite only session for established forums working throughout the region.
15:30
Close

Benefits of attending

In the words of WE Deming, “without data you are just another person with an opinion”.  Delegates will benefit from reviewing data that demonstrates our excellent achievements in the region in improving the recognition of the deteriorating patient and the communication of NEWS at the points of handover of care.  Delegates will learn how organisations from across the region have measured their success in improving outcomes for patients and will get the opportunity to share and learn from these experiences.

Who should attend

We would welcome attendees from all organisations who have worked on deteriorating patient work-streams or have an interest in improving the recognition of the deteriorating patient across the system.  Specifically, we would actively encourage attendance from primary and community care (including Practice Nurse and Mental Health services), GP referral units or single points of clinical access, South Western Ambulance Trust, Emergency Departments and secondary care wards so we can demonstrate the improvements we have made across all services across the region.

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