POPs

It is increasingly recognised that there is a need to have geriatric medicine input in surgical pathways for older people to improve patient outcomes.

11-12 Mar 2015 at Wellcome Collection, United Kingdom

Medical & Health Care, Health & Fitness

POPs 11-12 Mar 2015 Wellcome Collection, United Kingdom
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However the introduction of geriatric medicine specialists into complex surgical environments is highly challenging and evidence of successful service developments is sparse. With the increased pressure on budgets, making the case for funding to develop new services without robust evidence is also difficult.

This event, designed by the growing group of dedicated clinicians, from across geriatric medicine, surgery and anaesthetics, will present case studies and lessons learned when developing services and gathering evidence for the effectiveness of structured elderly medicine input into surgical care pathways for older people.

All members of the MDT are encouraged to participate; Nurses, occupational therapists, anaesthetists, surgeons and psychiatrists.

Structured over the course of two days, delegates will benefit from practical advice and guidance regarding the perioperative management of the complex older surgical patient, whilst also hearing first hand experiences and advice on the set up and day to day running of a surgical-geriatric liaison service.

Why attend:

Improve knowledge of issues related to peri-operative care for older people undergoing both emergency and elective surgery
Explore effective models of service delivery and clinical care for older surgical patients
Facilitate collaboration between all stakeholders involved in the care of older surgical patients (across elderly medicine, anaesthesia, surgery, allied health care professionals and the voluntary sector)
Improve outcomes for older surgical patients
Learn to assess the risk of an older person about to undergo surgery

Who should attend:

Geriatricians – Consultants & SpRs
Anaesthetists
Pre-Operative Nurses
Physiotherapists
Occupational Therapists

Price
BGS Member Consultant/ GPFull Meeting: GBP 200
BGS Member Consultant/ GP One Day: GBP 100
BGS Member SAS Grade/ StR Full Meeting: GBP 160
BGS Member SAS Grade/ StR One Day: GBP 80
BGS Member Nurse/Allied Health Care Professionals Full Meeting: GBP 120
BGS Member Nurse/Allied Health Care Professionals One Day: GBP 60
Non Member Consultant/ GP Full Meeting: GBP 240
Non Member Consultant/ GP One Day: GBP 120
Non Member SAS Grade/ StR Full Meeting: GBP 180
Non Member SAS Grade/ StR One Day: GBP 100
Non Member Nurse/Allied Health Care Professionals Full Meeting: GBP 160
Non Member Nurse/Allied Health Care Professionals One Day: GBP 80

Speakers: Dr Jugdeep Dhesi. Professor Finbarr Martin, Professor David Oliver, Dr Nigel Beckett, Dr John Chambers, Dr Fay Gilder, Dr Shane O'Hanlon, Dr Catriona Morrison, Dr David Shipway, Dr Phillip Braude

When
From: March 11, 2015 09:00
To: March 12, 2015 17:00
Where

Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Rd, NW1 2BE, United Kingdom

Category

Medical & Health Care, Health & Fitness

Contact email
g.collingridge@bgs.org.uk

Contact phone
+44 020 7608 1369

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