Streamlining the Patient Pathway for RaCI
This dedicated NHS conference will bring together professionals from across critical care to share new ideas and discuss best practice methods for ensuring that patients have the necessary support and access to effective services throughout their rehabilitation pathway. This dedicated forum will provide experienced insight into how trusts can improve on their critical care rehabilitation services, develop and support follow-up clinics and rehab groups whilst building psychological awareness in the critical care unit.
This unique and specially designed NHS conference will provide you with brand new insights and ideas. Embrace this opportunity for your critical care rehab team to dynamically improve the process of transition from ICU to wards and improve patient experiences throughout their rehabilitation journey. Utilise this national networking opportunity to share best practice approaches with your NHS colleagues and benchmark your service against the national picture, address the challenges of staffing and funding and help patients to achieve their physical and psychological goals. You will leave this NHS conference inspired to make a significant step towards improving the pathway for patients; to make it clearer, smoother and less traumatic.
In one day, you will benefit from practical guidance, evidenced case studies and useful networking, sharing current practices and discussing the next steps to be taken. In this productive and educational environment, you will delve into key topics which will help you to:
- Develop effective critical care follow-up
- Deliver constructive psychological and psychological support
- Provide peer-to-peer support groups
- Build your multi-disciplinary team (MDT)
- Drive forward online tools and innovations to support patients and families
- Implement processes and procedures to meet national guidelines
- Tackle building and educating your multidisciplinary team
- Ensure patients’ rehab pathways are individual and in place from admission to discharge
Having previously been described as ‘An excellent informative and data gathering and networking experience’ in November 2018, this conference has been previously attended by:
- Critical Care: Managers, Lead Nurses, Charge Nurses, Practice Nurses, Matrons, Practitioners and Consultants
- Outreach: Nurses, Therapists and Managers
- Follow-up: Therapists, Nurses and Project Managers
- Education: Facilitators, Leads, Practitioners
- Therapists: Speech and language therapists, Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists
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This event follows Developing your Rehab after Critical Illness (RaCI) Service in March 2017 and Drive Forward Effective Rehabilitation for Patients after Critical Care in November 2018. These previous event were described as ‘inspirational and thought provoking’ and great to network & share ideas.’ One attendee wrote that it was ‘wonderful to see so many people focused on rehab and willing to share different methods used to improve services for patients and staff’.
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Navigate through the patient pathway, achieve rehabilitation goals and establish your MDT to ease the transition throughout the discharge journey
|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
Catherine Plowright, Nurse Consultant Acute Care, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
NICE Quality Statements
|9.40||Physical goals: Developing collaborative working, engaging the patient and overcoming the barriers|
Creating and engaging the patient in short and long term goals improve recovery times
Working collaboratively to encourage early mobilisation: measuring and exploring the benefits
Overcoming the barriers: creatively improving mobilisation without extra equipment
Helen Molesdale, Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist in Critical Care, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
|10.20||Clinical psychology in adult critical care: Preventing psychological distress to inpatients |
Exploring the influence of medicines, stress and pain in a patient’s cognitive ability
Recognising and intervening early to prevent the decline in good mental health
Supporting diary entries, orientation and communication aids to hasten recovery
Mathew Beadman, Clinical Psychologist Adult Critical Care, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Polly Fitch, Clinical Psychologist Adult Critical Care, Barts NHS Foundation Trust
Smoothing the transition from ICU to ward
|11.30||Case study: Promoting recovery and combining support groups with 1-1 follow up services|
Establishing a support group: finding space and utilising staff
Tackling the challenges of combining support groups with a 1-1 follow up service
Demonstrating the benefits of collaborative support on the patients recovery
Stephanie Lee, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|12.10||Discussion: Follow-up rehab post critical care: a ward service perspective |
Do you want to ensure your patients are receiving an individualised structured rehabilitation programme during ward-based care? Hear what others are doing to work effectively and smoothly with MDTs across the whole critical care pathway and measure the outcomes on the patient, families and staff.
|12.30||Exhibitor insight: Presentation delivered by Baxter|
Paul Whittle, Senior Evolving Health Manager at Baxter International Inc.
Exploring patient experiences
|1.50||Patient experience: Exploring the patient pathway journey|
Hear first-hand experiences from a service user from the moment that they woke up the discharge and explore how their healthcare providers were able to motivate, rehabilitate and rebuild their lives.
Russell Kimble, Necrotising Fasciitis Survivor
Preventative psychological intervention
|2.30||Case study: First look at the Provision of Psychological support to People in Intensive care (POPPI)|
Treating delirious or agitated patients and overcoming a lack of formal training
Psychological training for nurses to improve patients’ well-being after a stay in the intensive care unit
Exploring the findings of POPPI: what have we learnt?
Debbie Smyth, Senior Nurse in Critical Care and Anaesthetics, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Creatively resolving understaffing
|3.30||Utilising your multi-disciplinary team (MDT) to tackle understaffing |
Maximising your MDT to address understaffing and ease workloads
Promoting the recruitment of ACCPs as a workforce solution for critical care units
Collaborating and establishing a follow up clinic with AHP’s
Carole Boulanger, Consultant Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine
|4.10||Discussion session: How can you continue to develop the role of the Critical Care Practitioner? |
How can you actively improve the deliverance of your care? Discuss and strategize with other like-minded healthcare professionals how you can make small, implementable changes that will have a big difference to your patients and their families.
Catherine Plowright, Nurse Consultant Acute Care, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
|4.30||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.40||Close of day|
Hear evidenced based experiences from the trailblazers and how they tackled their challenges in the rehabilitation of patients after critical illness. Check back here for speakers+ soon!
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- 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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Monday 15th October 2019, EC1N 8HN, Tel: 020 7242 4123.
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