Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: determine how to provide seamless patient pathways, build your professional competencies and advance your nurse-led services at this unique, online NHS conference.
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3.5 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your gynaecology care pathways and work collaboratively across ambulatory services. Download and view now to refocus on:
- Building rapid access pathways to reduce A&E attendance
- Establishing your nurse-led services and improving your training strategies
- Demonstrating how 7 day gynaecology services can tackle post pandemic waiting lists
- Enhancing your colposcopy clinical understanding to ensure timely referrals
- Progressing your outpatient departments to champion nurse-led services
- Adapting your urogynaecology service to deliver new procedures
- Achieving a nurse-led ambulatory services through collaboration and supportive management
Meet your education and training needs in your own time
Packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice, plus benefit from:
- 3.5 CPD hours of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring engaging video and accompanying slides
- Available at £299 + VAT for NHS and public sector professionals
- Download and view in your own time
- CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
|5 presentations | 11 parts | 3.5 CPD hours | Filmed on Thursday 7th October 2021|
Introduction and chair’s opening remarks
Morag Boyd, Sister for Gynaecology Services, Northern Health and Social Care Trust
|Delivering Rapid Access to Gynaecology|
Establishing your Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) service to reduce A&E attendance
Danielle Perkins, Head of Midwifery and Gynaecology, NHS Frimley Health Foundation Trust
Questions and answers with Danielle Perkins
Case study: Building your 7 day gynaecology service to reduce waiting list times
Shiby Varghese, Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Jiji Paul, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Emergency Gynaecology and Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
|Delivering nurse-led Urogynaecology|
Case Study: Managing a nurse led Urogynaecology service
Susannah Elvy, Clinical Nurse Specialist Urogynaecology, Portsmouth Universities Hospitals Trust
Questions and answers with Shiby Varghese, Jiji Paul and Susannah Elvy
|Delivering nurse-led outpatient procedures|
Working collaboratively with your MDT to deliver nurse-led colposcopy services
Jilly Goodfellow, Nurse Practitioner for Colposcopy & Women's Health Unit Sister and Jill Fozzard, Nurse Colposcopist and Cervical Screening Training Facilitator at Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Questions and answers with Jilly Goodfellow and Jill Fozzard
Improving patient outcomes through collaboration in your gynae-oncology service
Patricia Rogers, Gynae-Oncology Nurse, Northern Health and Social Care Trust
Questions and answers with Patricia Rogers
Chair’s closing remarks
First-hand speaker experiences
Jilly Goodfellow has worked at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle upon Tyne for 35 years; she has worked within Gynaecology for 32 of those, as both a Staff Nurse and Ward Sister. She is one of the Nurse Practitioners for Colposcopy/Gynaecology and she is also the Senior Sister in the Women’s Health Unit.
Jilly works with Jill Fozzard (Nurse Practitioner for Colposcopy) and they are known locally as the CERVIX SISTERS for their love of their job and the fact they like to knit/bake/stitch anatomically correct pelvic organs!
Jilly has presented her work both nationally and internationally, in relation to supporting women who have learning disabilities, for cervical samples and colposcopy examination. She is on the committee of the UK and Ireland Colposcopy Nurses Group and helped pre-pandemic to organise a yearly conference.
Jilly is married to Alan and her weekends are spent being the Church Warden and Authorised Lay Minister of St Peter’s Church in Falstone near Kielder reservoir where she lives. The role is certainly not just ringing the bell and giving out the hymn books on a Sunday – like nursing there are always courses and meetings to attend!!
Susannah trained at St Bartolomews Hospital, qualifying in 1994. She has worked in several London teaching hospitals initially as a Urology nurse specialist and then in Urogynaecology. Susannah moved to the South Coast in 2008 and now works as Urogynaecology clinical nurse specialist at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth. Her roles include providing nurse led Urodynamics, running an ever-growing pessary service, performing flexible cystoscopies, and she is raining to give intravesical botox.
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Past attendee feedback
‘Brilliant conference from start to finish’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
‘Fantastic experience’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
‘Smooth set up, easy to follow and engaging’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
‘Excellent, knowledgeable speakers’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
‘Excellent presentations’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
‘Enjoyed it very much, well run day’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
‘Well organised and excellent time management’Streamlining Ambulatory Gynaecology Services, October 2021
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