SUPPORTED BY NHS ENGLAND, NHS DIGITAL AND THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, THIS TIMELY EVENT WILL EXAMINE IN DETAIL THE MANY FACETS OF URGENT & EMERGENCY CARE AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO IMPROVE THE SITUATION AND PROVIDE PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS.

With just a few weeks to go to our 4th Annual Urgent Care Conference, places at this event are now limited. Why not secure your place(s) this week or ask us to hold you a place while you consider attending to ensure that you do not miss out.

 

At this event delegates will be able to listen to successful interventions that are reducing attendances to A&E and avoiding hospitalisation in the first instance. The event will discuss the different stages of care such as primary, ambulatory, social and community and showcase examples on how they can be integrated.

We are delighted to announce at this late stage that Cllr Ian Huspeth, Chair, LGA Wellbeing Board has confirmed to speak about what can be done to improve the situation and provide practical solutions including the recent LGA green paper.

Click here to view the full event info and to register your place

Topics being discussed include:

  • Whole-system Approach
  • The challenges facing the urgent care system in respect of reduced patient flow
  • Managing the Social Care Crisis
  • From Hospitals to Community Care
  • Urgent Care in Scotland
  • Looking at our Ambulance Services
  • The Recent LGA green paper.
  • Maximising the Benefit of Phone Assessment Through NHS 111
 
 
When
26th September , 2018 8:30 AM   through   4:30 PM
Location
Etc Venue in Manchester
Piccadilly Gardens
11 Portland Street
Manchester, GTM M1 3HU
United Kingdom