The day is designed to share practical case studies and provide you with new ideas on delivering an effective gynaecology service. Now in its 6th year, the topics for 2015 include: developing a nurse led gynaecology, setting up a one stop clinic, managing ectopic pregnancies, termination of pregnancy service, ambulatory care and outpatient management, measuring the outcomes of a nurse-led urogynaecology service, enabling 7 day working and emergency gynaecology services.
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2015, you will be able to talk directly to this gynaecology service audience, build familiarity and takeaway leads. Confirmed Standard Exhibitors this year include:
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:
Great networking experience. Lots of ideas to implementUniversity Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
Content was all very relevant, stimulating, useful and practical. Very useful to see how others are working to meet the challenges we all face.Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust
The information about ambulatory care was very usefulIpswich Hospital
Interesting topics and good deliveryEast Surrey Hospital
Informative, interesting and reassuring that other trusts are facing the same issues/challenges. Great to share ideasCountess of Chester hospitals
Excellent, thought provoking, innovative ideas sharedUniversity College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
New to my role this was an excellent introduction & variety of the pathways available to womenMid Essex Hospital
Very informative, interesting & very current in relation to where I workMid Essex Hospital
Excellent content and variety of areas within Gynae servicesNHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Particularly enjoyed Victoria Sephton as a speakerUniversity Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
The documentation from Driving Forward your Gynaecology Service Delivery which took place on 16 September 2015 in Birmingham, includes the following presentations:
- Making an Impact on Your Costs: - How to Create a Nurse Led Gynaecology Service
- Setting up a One Stop Clinic: - Improving Patient Satisfaction and Tackling Resource Concerns
- Managing Ectopic Pregnancies: - Delivering Best Practice in Patient Safety
- The Role of Ambulatory Care in - Improving Patient Satisfaction
- Making the Move to 7 Days: - How to Stretch Resources In Order To Implement Quality Week Long Care
- Enabling Your Resources for Implementation: - From Outpatient Hysteroscopy to See and Treat Services
- Measuring the Outcomes of a Nurse-Led Urogynaecology Service: - Cost Implications and Patient Satisfaction
- Emergency Gynaecology Services in Practice: - Enabling a Fluid Pathway and Halting A&E Admissions
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