Rehabilitation after Critical Illness (RaCI) is recognised by NHS England as an important element in patient care through its inclusion in the service specification for critical care. This puts units are under increasing pressure to implement NICE CG83, but with limited time and resources, setting up a Rehab after Critical Illness service can be daunting. For those who have already set up a service, there is often little support or opportunity to learn from other successful programmes. Take one day out of your organisation to hear from one of the early implementers of a RaCI service, network with colleagues and go back to your trust with the tools you need to develop your RaCI programme.
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:
Learnt a lot about developing use/putting case forward for further P inducement in rehab on ICUThe Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Very professionally run course, covering key features, excellent speakers – great knowledgeRoyal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
Brilliant ideas, networking. Filling up the gaps, was a nice confirmation that I was doing the right thingsNobles Hospice
Very informative – well presentedNHS
Very useful practical advice and discussionThe Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust
Informative and valuable learning experience. Good to meet people working in the same area to share experiencesColchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust
Very informative, good mix of multidisciplinary team. Relaxed and inclusive environment, encouraging exchange of ideas and discussions as to what is happening in other trustsCountess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from Establish and Progress your Rehab after Critical Illness (RaCI) Service which took place on 18 May 2016 in Leeds, includes the following presentations:
- Meeting the challenges of setting up a RaCI service (MP &MC) - •Rehabilitation pathway (including prescription, diaries, information booklets, ward based follow up, clinic follow up) •NICE 83 guidelines
- Using patient diaries in critical care - •Understanding memory problems •Practical strategies for introducing and managing(MC) •Clinical and cost effectiveness
- Setting up and running a successful follow up clinic (MP) - •Challenges faced •Impact of follow up clinics •Key outcome measures
- The patient experience (MP and MC) - •Building improvements •Next steps •Evaluating the service
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