Have you booked your place at EEAST’s clinical day?

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Less than half of the available places are left for the Trust’s clinical briefing day – so make sure to book yours today if you want to come.

Hosted by the clinical team, the 29th July event will be filled with lectures, workshops, information stands, and competitions with prizes stretching from new clinical textbooks to a holiday!

Taking place at the Menzies Hotel in Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire, experts in the clinical field from both in and outside the Trust will be on hand to share their learning, covering everything from sepsis and ‘capacity to consent’, to inquests and ECGs.

You’ll need to attend in your own time but lunch is provided and you’ll be given a goody bag to take away with you, including a copy of the new clinical manual, plus a certificate of attendance – and it’s a great opportunity to network with other clinicians from across the Trust.

Places are booked on a first-come first-served basis, so if you’d like to attend please register your interest by emailing risk@eastamb.nhs.uk.

Official sponsors of the event include: Teleflex, Prometheus, Physio Control (Lucas), Laerdal, and Class Publishing.

Follow news and updates about the event using #EEASTclinical.

Full agenda:

9-9.30am: Registration and refreshments

9.30-9.40am: Welcome – Sarah Boulton, Trust Chair

9.40-10.10am: The importance of quality and safety in the NHS agenda 

10.10-10.40am: The importance of learning; perspectives from the family 

10.40-11.10am: Teleflex presenting EZIO

11.10-11.40am: Coffee break

11.40am-12.30pm: Openness, honesty and transparency

12.30-12.45pm: Launch of quality strategy

12.45-1.45pm: Lunch and networking – includes stands by Prometheus, Teleflex, Lucas Physio, Laerdal, EEAST clinical research, the Patients Association, Corpuls, and Class Publishing, plus a compressions only CPR competition run by Laerdal.

1.45-4.30pm: Workshops (delegates choose one workshop for each time slot)  

      • 1.45-2.30pm: Identification and management of sepsis; OR ECG competition; OR Listening to patient concerns (Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman)
      • 2.35-3.20pm: Capacity to consent; OR ECG and the cardiac patient (Paul Murray); OR EZIO workshop (Teleflex)
      • 3.20-3.50pm: Coffee break
      • 3.50-4.30pm: Involvement in inquests; OR Clinical mentoring and supervision (Marcus Bailey); OR Management of complex patients 

4.35-5pm: Close of briefing and distribution of prizes, Sarah Boulton and Sandy Brown.

Published 9th July 2015 

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