Delivering your Integrated Frailty Pathway
- Start Date:
- Wednesday, 7 December, 2016
- End Date:
- Wednesday, 7 December, 2016 4:20am
- Pain Management, Family Practice
What is it about? Attend this interactive frailty seminar to take away good examples of front end care. Hear how you can reduce the chance of patients coming into hospital and prevent them from becoming trapped in the system. Examine both ends of the frailty pathway and explore strategies to ensure older people being discharged from hospital are being supported when they leave hospital to prevent readmission. Why should you attend? With sessions dedicated to examining the front end of the hospital and reducing admissions of length of stay for older patients, this day will also explore the role an effective discharge programme can have on quality of life for older people.
The main themes for the day are:Recognising frailty and its impact on patients: examine the key identifiers for frailtyStreamlining urgent care for older people: avoiding admissions and focusing on dischargeIntegrating CGAs into your frailty pathway: trust and patient benefits of a CQUIN for frailtyCommunity care for older people: enhancing quality of life and understanding anticipated care plans Key learning outcomes Attend this interactive seminar focused on caring for older people and examine ways you can engage with your hospital staff outside of the frailty team.
Explore ways to put frailty in the minds of your staff and encourage them to recognise and embrace the frail older person and do the right thing for them. Your key learning outcomes:Understand frailty, its manifestations and progressExplore treatment options and impact reduction for frailtyHear how one trust has instigated an effective front door policy and its impactBenefit from one hospitals effective acute frailty service modelDiscuss the advantages of an integrated discharge processExamine how to get the best from CGAsReview strategies to develop a true MDT approach to CGAsRealise the benefits of an effective hospital avoidance policyDebate the role anticipated care plans play in the treatment of frailty Who should attend? Are you interested in developing your frailty team? Would you like to know more about how to prevent frailty and enhance quality of life for your older patients? Do you want to provide the best possible support for individuals with severe frailty at the end of their life? Are you looking to reduce hospital admissions or length of stay? Then this conference is for you: Aimed at acute, integrated and community trusts, this highly useful seminar will bring together community and hospital advanced nurse practitioners, hospital, community and district nurses, GPs, consultants, geriatricians and therapists responsible for providing exceptional care for older people.
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Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare
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