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Transforming Paediatric Urgent Care

Start Date:
Tuesday, 13 September, 2016
End Date:
Tuesday, 13 September, 2016 4:40pm
Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care

What is it about? In 2015, the RCPCH launched their new standards for children's urgent and emergency care. This event takes a close look at how those standards are making a difference to services in 2016. Beginning with an update from the RCPCH itself, the seminar then offers a wealth of practical case studies from innovators in paediatric care who will be sharing service models and approaches that you can use to improve care in your own organisation.

Why should you attend? You'll leave this conference armed with practical guidance and unique insights into transforming your service in ways that will reduce ED attendance and acute admissions, as well as offering an improved patient experience. You'll make new contacts and get a host of fresh ideas to use in your own organisation. Key learning outcomes Learn how innovators in paediatric urgent care are reducing acute admissions and length of stayGet unique CCG and provider perspectives on developing an integrated community and paediatrics serviceOvercome the challenges of delivering nurse-led care that reduces cost and improves patient experienceLearn how to build a business case and overcome the practical challenges of setting up acute care in the community Who should attend? This useful seminar is specifically designed for Paediatric Nurses, Consultants and Service Managers from both acute and community paediatric services, as well as Commissioners of Children's Services.


Maple House,
150 Corporation Street,
B4 6TB

Organizer Details

Conference organized by SBK: Leading Events in Healthcare

SBK Healthcare is the leading provider of service delivery conferences, seminars and workshops for managers, nurses and clinicians working in the NHS.

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