Progressing your CUP Service
Enabling developments through improved GP referrals, nurse-led care and service measurements
Capacity and Demand - Cancer Pathway Planning
Develop a fresh approach to managing variation and waiting lists and upgrade your clinic and diagnostic capacity
Role of the Nursing Associate in Practice
Case study insights and practical advice for the implementation of the new function
Improving Clinical Practice for the Management of Sepsis
Proactive care and working collaboratively to ensure early identification and timely management
Tools and techniques for Clinical Human Factors
How to reduce error rates, increase team work and enhance a safety culture
Improving Patient Outcomes for Cancer Immunotherapies
Expand your service to deliver multi-site immunotherapy, manage toxicities and grow nursing roles
Setting up your 24-7 Nurse-led Cancer Hotline
Practical case-study insight to help you establish, staff and make the most of your dedicated hotline
Non-Medical Prescribing National Update
NMP National gathering on competency, accountability, service improvements, continuous development and support
Welcome to NHS Conferences and NHS Courses for Oncology Services
Researched with and designed for Heads of Services, Consultants, Lead Nurses, CNSs, AOSs, ANPs, Macmillan Nurses and Consultants and Service Managers across Cancer and Acute Oncology, each of these NHS conferences and courses have been specially designed to combat national challenges, share practical advice and drive forward workable solutions to enable you to advance and streamline your service delivery.
Featuring in 2017/2018 are:
'Developing your Cancer of Unknown Primary Service' tackles CUP service delivery and sustainability; whether you have an established CUP team or are looking to expand your service, this day provides a unique forum to network and benchmark your work.
Dedicated to streamlining service delivery, Capacity and Demand: Cancer Pathway Planning' is the only NHS course that takes a closer look at working collaboratively across cancer patient pathways, managing capacity and demand modelling, and future-proofing cancer services.
'Redesigning your Cancer Survivorship Pathway' addresses the service delivery challenges of meeting the ongoing needs of the growing number of people living with cancer.
'Managing Patients on Cancer Immunotherapies' is designed to provide you with a strategy to improve your pathway, administration and understanding of the side effect portfolio.
'Innovations in Cancer Treatments: Implementing Combination Therapy' responds directly to recent trails and approved NICE guidelines surrounding combination therapy; this NHS course looks at this approach as the new standard of care.
'Delivering Chemotherapy in a Community Setting' offers practical approaches to move chemotherapy away from day units and into the community to improve waiting times and cut costs.
Comprising of insightful case studies, informative presentations and immersive group sessions, each day is tailored to the specific audience needs. From benchmarking current practice to developing an action plan to take back to your team; these interactive forums present fantastic opportunities to network, learn and develop.
If you would like to attend or be involved in any of these events, please get in contact with firstname.lastname@example.org