This event will get you off the ground by sharing different pathways that have been developed and established, how the referral links work and what models have been implemented effectively. By sharing the experience of different size organisations with varying demographics and health infrastructures you will be able to identify with the drivers and parameters that are needed in your pathway.
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting? Please note that your attendance fee includes a £5 charity donation to the Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP) Foundation - Jo’s friends who are supporting the day. Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP) Foundation - Jo’s friends aim is to "make the unknown, known" by providing information and support to patients and carers, and promoting action that leads to improved diagnosis and the end of CUP. For further information click on the logo below.
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:
Gave a very positive outplook to the future of the CUP/MUO discipline and to keep plugging away at the service developmentSouthend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Well organised and very interestingNorthern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust
Informative, enthusiasticNorth Wales Cancer Treatment Centre
Very useful day! Was really helpful to hear about the successes and challenges of other teams round the UK. Feel like I have picked up some very useful information and insights to take back to my teamUniversity Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Great day to share experience and practice and to update new pathways/policies knowledge – UHB Felt comfortable attending a conference where I didn’t know anyone and been made to feel welcome. A supportive learning environmentYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Very informative. The day has given me lots of ideas about how to improve the service for CUP patientsThe Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust
Extremely useful hearing about other peoples/trusts experience and knowling you are not alone in the challenges you faceHampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Fantastic opportunity to network and identify good transferable practiceColchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from Cancer of Unknown Primary Pathway Development which took place on 09 March 2016 in Birmingham, includes the following presentations:
- Diagnosis and Treatment - Route of Admission and Outcomes
- The University College London Hospital - CUP Pathway
- Optimising the - Management of CUP Patients
- Research Insight - What is it Like to be the Patient on Diagnosis?
- Nurse-Driven CUP Service - Assessment of a Smaller Hospital
- Nursing Perspective on - Evolving the CUP Service
- Impact of a Fast Track CUP Service from - Primary Care
Conference documentation in both hard and electronic copy is available for purchase at £89 (there is no VAT charge). In addition to being posted a copy, all the documentation is now available to you in electronic format so that you can access the papers and presentations online.
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