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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

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Healthcare Conferences UKHealthcare Conferences UK organises and produces high quality healthcare conferences, masterclasses and exhibitions with a specialist interest in a medical and clinical audience. Our events support knowledge sharing, continued professional development and take a practical approach to learning through case study based best practice.

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Course Details

The Mental Capacity Act and Advance Decisions

Tuesday 2 July 2013, London

Facilitated By Kate Hill, Solicitor and Senior Trainer, InPractice/Radcliffes Le Brasseur Solicitors

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 codified several areas of common law and brought in some fundamental changes to the law surrounding those who lack capacity. This course will explore the rationale behind the Mental Capacity Act 2005, the major changes since the act was introduced and how the MCA interacts with the Mental Health Act.
One of the major impacts of the legislation is the duty of staff to encourage dialogue with patients about their wishes concerning future treatment. Staff have to be able to provide support and advice to patients who wish to make an advance decision or statement.

Delegates will have the opportunity to raise issues and concerns specific to their own organisation. The course will be run by a practicing healthcare lawyer.

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Nursing Staffing Levels and Skillmix

Tuesday 2 July 2013, Manchester

This conference focuses on getting staffing right for patient safety and high quality patient care. Topics will include:

  • Nursing Staffing Levels and Skillmix
  • Nurse staffing levels, quality and patient safety: implementing the recommendation on nurse staffing and skillmix from the - Nursing and Care Forum
  • Planning nursing staffing
  • Increasing Nurse to Patient Ratios: What to do next? Putting forward a case for safe and effective nursing staffing and skillmix to the board
  • Ensuring and assessing effective skill mix
  • Reviewing nursing staffing and skillmix in your service:
    • Case study: Safe staffing for older peoples wards
    • Case study: Community and practice nursing
    • Case study: Calculating safe and effective nursing staffing levels
  • Managing staffing and staffing budgets
  • Developing the future nursing workforce

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Recognising and Responding to the Deteriorating Patient

Wednesday 3 July 2013, Manchester

'Recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient - if its not the number one priority for your organisation it should be'. Dr Jane Eddlestone speaking at our Deteriorating Patient Conference Jan 2013

Prof Derek Bell, Member of the National Early Warning Score Development Group said 'this is a hugely unique opportunity for the NHS to lead the way internationally as the first country to have a national standardised scoring system” Jan 2013

This one day conference will focus on recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient including implementing the new National Early Warning Score (NEWS), improving the reliability of patient observations and ensuring quality of care to reduce failure to rescue of acutely ill patients on the wards.

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Masterclass: Getting Published

Wednesday 3rd July 2013, London

The day examines the processes behind selection of articles for publication in medical journals and how to write articles that are attractive to journal editors.
Getting an article published in the medical literature is not an easy undertaking. The pathway to publication nirvana is laced with pitfalls and odd conventions. This programme provides an elementary course of tutorial-type sessions designed to introduce delegates to the world of research publication. It examines the “need” for publication, the types of publication that can be submitted and tries to identify whether the delegates are ready to publish work and, if so, how to go about this successfully. 

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