Quality Systems for Endoscopy Decontamination
This dedicated NHS course has been developed to give endoscopy staff a relevant and useful guide to managing and understanding decontamination. If you would benefit from the opportunity to refresh your knowledge of what the guidelines are, what they mean in practice and how they should influence your decision making then this is the event for you.
If you are unsure of decontamination guidelines, how to optimise ISO13485 or want to improve your bed-kit management, then this interactive forum will enhance your understanding and help you to run a smoother endoscopy service. Come together to learn strategies to:
- Benchmark with other NHS services and discover how they respond to alerts and challenges
- Stay up to date with the guidelines and implement changes clearly and effectively
- Understand the implications of moving to a paperless system
- Clearly define standards and improve infection control
- Share knowledge amongst a group of supportive like-minded professionals
Previously described as “very informative and enlightening on what we should be doing!” this unique workshop will illuminate the grey areas for endoscopy decontamination and answer your questions on resolving recurring issues and procedures to follow after non-compliant test results. Take one day out and inform your approach to the technical side of decontamination guidance:
- How to achieve ISO 13485: what you need to know
- Following JAG guidelines: understanding and overcoming the common challenges
- Improving tracking and tracing: guidance on Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) for your trust
- Practical approaches for advancing your infection control and minimising outbreaks
This specialised endoscopy decontamination course will provide a useful guide to standards, challenges and technical procedures. Past attendees include:
- Endoscopy Technicians
- Sterile Services Manager and Deputy Manager HSSD
- Decontamination Manager and Endoscopy Decontamination Supervisor
- Clinical Support Worker and Senior Clinical Support Worker
- Endoscopy Sister and Staff Nurse
- Director of Decontamination Services
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Previously held in October in Leicester, this course was described as an “informative, with a speaker who is very good at explaining why things may happen” and “very educational. Pitched at a good level for all standards of knowledge”. Attendees left the training experience with “good relevant information that they learnt a lot from”.
View further details and find out how to buy the documentation for Interpreting Technical Guidance for Endoscope Decontamination 2018
From tracking and tracing your scopes to achieving IS013485: ensure the best practice for your service
|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Opening remarks and attendee introductions|
Updating Quality Management Systems
|10.10||How to achieve ISO 13485: what you need to know|
NICE guideline update: ensuring compliance and understanding of different types of endoscopes
Why have an endoscopy decontamination technician? Applying for and justifying funding
Understanding retention times: how long to keep your records and where
Improving JAG Compliancy
|11.20||Following JAG guidelines: understanding and overcoming the common challenges|
Benchmarking and defining high-quality, safe and appropriate endoscopy service
Supporting your MDT: how to support and ensure a motivated workforce
How guidance and legislation helps: JAG recommendations, HTM 01-06 and ISO 15883:4
Developing your Transition Process
|1.30||Improving tracking and tracing: guidance on Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) for your trust|
Transitioning from paper to electronic systems: where are you now?
Ensuring your audit trail is accurate all the way through
What to do if there is a recall: following the correct procedures and protocols
Improving Infection Control
|2.50||Practical approach for advancing your infection control and minimising outbreaks|
Understanding infection incidents and an insight into MHRA alerts
Managing a bedside cleaning kit: understanding compliance and tackling infection
Complying to working instructions and quality control produces to eliminate infection
|3.50||Discussion session: How can you progress your decontamination service? What does the future look like? |
Discuss with your workshop leader the future for decontamination services. Benchmark your good practice with other professionals across the country and create new ideas to tackle the increasing work load and streamline your service.
|4.20||Recap of objectives and understanding|
Take this time to consider the main messages of the day and create a toolkit of new strategies to implement in your service.
|4.40||Close of day|
Helen Campbell from the Institute of Decontamination Science has been described as “very interesting, invigorating and a great knowledgeable speaker. Lots of experiences to share and allows great networking input and forward thinking” as well as “really good and approachable”.
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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