As you work to improve care for patients while managing increased demand, we want to support you as physicians, working across specialties, to develop and deliver best practice collaboratively, that will help. Physician leaders and ‘Getting it Right First Time', GIRFT, clinical leads have therefore designed a series interconnecting webinars, acute medical pathways – responding to increased demand. They aim to stimulate and guide local teams, while connecting with national guidance and linking you to practical examples and experience of best practice to help respond to increase in demand.
Join us as we look at how we can modernise ward rounds, and ensure the safe patient transition home, part of our acute medical pathways - responding to increased demand series. Learn from clinicians leading improvement on how to improve multidisciplinary ward working, ensuring safe, efficient and consistent care. There will also be a discussion after the presentations exploring the key issues raised with the opportunity to ask our panel of experts your questions.
5.00pm Welcome, introductions and purpose of the webinar
Dr Sarah Clarke, clinical vice president, Royal College of Physicians, joint national GIRFT lead for cardiology
5.05pm Modern ward rounds: good practice for multidisciplinary inpatient review
Dr John Dean, clinical director for quality improvement and patient safety, Royal College of Physicians and Dr Nichola Ashby, head of professional learning and development, Royal College of Nursing
5.20pm What happens after hospital? Post discharge follow up with community diabetes
Dr David Lipscomb, consultant in diabetes, Diabetes Care for You, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
5.30pm Safer medication following hospital discharge
Jen Flatman, clinical fellow for medications safety, Royal College of Physicians
5.40pm Question and answer session with our speakers and panellists
Dr Daniel Smith, clinical associate, Emergency Care Improvement Support Team, NHS England and NHS Improvement and respiratory SpR, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Dr Wajid Hussain, clinical director for digital health, Royal College of Physicians and Gary Cleeve, consultant practitioner - frailty, registered nurse, The New Forest Frailty Support Team, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
6.15pm Close of meeting
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