This highly informative and interactive day will enable you to return to your trust, armed with the tools and strategies to drive forward your acute oncology service. Take away best practice Acute Oncology Service insight about where we are going with AO Services? Funding challenges and how to prove our worth, implementing a nurse led, integrated acute oncology service, developing and embedding a new pathway for patients presenting with an unknown primary, examining different models of care for AO pathways: developing your MDT, overview of MSCC and its management and measuring an effective AO Service: What would constitute a National Data Set?
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Good to see how other trusts deal with services and learn from themNorth Bristol NHS Trust
Very informative with good innovations to take forward & improve my AO ServiceMid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Excellent study day. Subjects relevant to my area. Very interesting and well presented – excellent speakersThe Christie Clinic
Excellent networking and opportunity to see what others are doingShrewsbury & Telford NHS Trust
Interesting to compare different services from different areasOxford University Hospitals
Great overview of what is current and issues that are sharedNHS Dumfries and Galloway
The documentation from New Models of Acute Oncology Service which took place on 24 March 2015 in Manchester, includes the following presentations:
- Introductory Session - Where we are going with AO Services?
- Implementing a Nurse Led - Integrated Acute Oncology Service
- Developing and Embedding a New Pathway - for Patients Presenting with an Unknown Primary
- Oxford University Hospital - Examining Different Models of Care for AO Pathways
- The Development of the MSCC Coordinator Service - in the Manchester Cancer Network
- Case Study: Admission Avoidance - and Transforming in-Patient Care with a 7 Day Service
- Case Study: Setting up and Managing - the 24 hour Oncology Helpline
- Implementing a 24/7 Acute Oncology Service - Benefits vs Challenges Explored
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