Join senior NHS professional from across the country at The 6th Annual Urgent and Emergency Care: Facilitating Patient Flow conference where will examine in depth the aims of the long-term plan and how they will impact on urgent and emergency care delivery. .

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Key areas of focus include:

  • The emphasis on greater ‘out of hospital care’
  • The roll out of new ways of working within the acute hospital setting
  • The plans to cut the delays in patients returning home

    The agenda will provide delegates with a greater understanding of how the long-term plan will shape the future of urgent and emergency care provision and discuss the opportunities and the challenges in providing a sustainable service that is reactive to demand.

Confirmed & Invited to speak at this event include:

Chair’s Opening Address
Suzanne Mason, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Sheffield University

Nick Hall, Head of Integrated Urgent Care Delivery, NHS England

Elizabeth Bradbury, Director, Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) (confirmed)

Dr Gareth Stuttard, National Medical Advisor for the NHS 111 Service

Andy Collen, Medicines and Prescribing Project Lead, College of Paramedics

Laura Lane, Advanced Community Practitioner , Central Cheshire Integrated Care Partnership (confirmed)

Dr Richard Scott, Clinical Chair of NHS North Tyneside CCG

Dr Zia Din, Clinical Lead for AEC, Royal Stoke University Hospital

Dan Smith, Area Clinical Paramedic, North West Ambulance Service (NWAS)

Chris Powell-Wiffen, Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT

Speaker TBC, AQuA

 

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When
8th October , 2019 8:30 AM   through   4:30 PM
Location
Manchester Conference Centre
Sackville Street
Manchester, M1 3BB
United Kingdom

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