Priorities and Challenges of Nurse-Led Acute Oncology
With guidance on oncology emergencies that you can’t afford to miss, this unique day will bring you together with your peers to respond to the most pressing challenges faced by Acute Oncology departments across the country. This dedicated workshop will enable you to benefit from the experience of Dr Chit Cheng Yeoh, Medical Oncologist who will share the cutting edge developments that are taking place at Portsmouth NHS Trust and equip you with the most current tools and techniques for delivering care in acute oncology.
Having previously led courses on Acute Oncology service delivery with feedback including; 'I have come away feeling inspired and motivated, equipped with lots of ideas to take back to try to implement' and 'It has been a great day, such a good experience. Motivational. I finish today loving what I do and what it could be done.' Dr Yeoh will help tackle your key concerns, so you can continue to drive an effective, quality acute oncology service, sharing interactive guidance on:
- Managing acute oncology emergencies: explore associated definitions and protocols
- Guidance on the associated complications of immuno-oncology
- Why is CUP still such a grey area? How CUP cases typically present
- Responding to the future challenges for AO: auditing service performance, overcoming capacity challenges and driving forward ongoing training programmes
Come together with acute onocology nurses from across the country to address your most pressing challenges and improve your service delivery. Your key learning outcomes are:
- From neutropenic sepsis through to tumour lysis syndrome: understand treatment protocols for each oncology emergency
- Take away case study insight on the management of immuno-oncology: symptoms and side effects
- Improve CUP patient communication: create and communicate more effective management plans
- Respond to capacity crises and look to the future: POC testing patients, IT systems and equipment updates
Calling all acute oncology nurse and consultant leads – this workshop is your chance to identify what business models make sense and what your service can achieve for:
- Acute Oncology Lead Nurses
- Acute Oncology Team Leaders
- Acute Oncology Sisters
- Acute Oncology Matrons
- Oncology Ward Managers
- Acute Oncology Nurse Specialists
- Acute Oncology Advanced Nurse Practitioners
- Consultant Medical Oncologists
- Consultant Clinical Oncologists
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Address your most pressing challenges and ensure you able to deliver the best possible care to every patient that comes through your door:
|Oncology Emergencies: What you Need to Know|
Exploring definitions, protocols and management guidance:
Malignant spinal cord compression
Supra vena cava obstruction
Vomiting and Diarrhoea
Tumour Lysis Syndrome
|Introducing Immuno-oncology: Complications and Side Effects|
Case study explorations of the management of Immuno-oncology complications
Side effects: what to look out for and how to respond
Developing effective patient info for improved patient experience
|Cancer of Unknown Primary: Where are we Now|
Exploring the history of CUP
How CUP typically presents and what you can’t afford to miss
Management plans: working with the patient and family early
Looking at prognosis: chemotherapy, DXT or supportive care?
|Responding to the Future Challenges for AO|
Auditing for success: how to audit your service to sustain effective outcomes
Overcoming capacity challenges: what to do when demand overwhelms
NHS England generic Oncology Advice: Flu Vaccine update
Utilising IT to benefit patient experience and improve capacity
Implementing excellence in training and regular teaching
Point of Contact Testing: Devise for AOS FBC and WBC differential
USS Bladder Kit: For siting Ascites drains Training
PEG-GCSF OnPro Kit (Amgen) Self-initiating GCSF injections
Benefit from evidence-based service delivery strategies and unique peer insight from your workshop leader:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Wednesday 20th March 2019 : £110 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
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Certification of Attendance
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