Improving Clinical Practice for the Management of Sepsis
When there is increasing pressure to tackle the management of sepsis by improving your clinical practice this timely NHS conference will equip you with an action plan to ensure early identification and timely management of sepsis. From national updates and clinical guidance to patient experiences and collaborative working, this day will get you on the road to being fully equipped to diagnose and treat sepsis.
Come together with NHS colleagues from different departments and services across the country to hear lessons learnt and best practice advice on providing timely, effective and high quality care to tackle sepsis. You will leave inspired to work collaboratively across primary, urgent and acute care with a plan to provide improved care for sepsis in your role and service.
By focusing on practical guidance to enable tangible change, this NHS course will empower you to:
- Reduce the risk of human factors
- Explore clinical guidance
- Empower collaborative work
- Build effective referral processes
- Link with other primary, urgent and acute services
- Sustain efficient treatment processes
- Guarantee timely diagnosis
- Address paediatric sepsis
- Create an improvement plan
This focused NHS conference has been developed to ensure that your service can deliver efficient and quality care to those suffering with sepsis. Designed for, but not limited to, those working in primary, urgent and acute care this conference will help all across the NHS tackle the management of sepsis. We will expect to see attendance from service managers, directors and leads, consultants, general practitioners, paramedics, matrons, sisters and nurses from departments including; A&E, critical care, maternity, neonatal, paediatrics, as well as other inpatient, community and ambulance services across the NHS, who are looking to improve their capability to care for sepsis patients.
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|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
Ensuring sepsis treatment is right
|9.40||Where is sepsis now, and how should you be tackling it? |
National overview: what is sepsis, what progressions have been made and how can you combat it?
Sepsis explored and assessed: what has been done well and what could be done differently
Shared case studies: an expert’s guide for screening sepsis and exploring varying treatment options
Ron Daniels, CEO, UK Sepsis Trust
|9.40||National policy update: defining and measuring suspicion of sepsis|
Exploring and getting to grips with the new definition of sepsis
Measuring sepsis: guidance on how to get early diagnosis and treatment of sepsis
Outcomes shared: what was established by the research and what should be taken into account
Matthew Inada-Kim, National Clinical Advisor Sepsis and Consultant in Acute and General Medicine, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|10.10||Implementation of the National Early Warning Score for sepsis care in an NHS trust|
How has NEWS improved consistency in diagnosing sepsis? Assessing patient safety and standards
Supporting primary and urgent care to rapidly and effectively diagnose patients at risk of deterioration
Results of NEWS in practice: patient and staff experience, and reducion in mortality rates
John Welch, Consultant Nurse and Clinical Lead for Sepsis, University College London Hospitals
|11.10||Sepsis screening project explored: connecting diagnosis and treatment from pre-hospital to acute care|
From idea to implementation: mapping the journey of the project and assessing its aims
Measuring the outcomes: what has been achieved pre-hospital and in A&E?
Moving forward and future research opportunities
Stuart Lee, Advanced Paramedic and Clinical Sepsis Lead, North West Ambulance Service
|11.40||NCEPOD Just say Sepsis report explored: shared experiences from Wales |
The remedial factors highlighted and what has been implemented country wide since publication
Improvement of the quality of care in relation to sepsis due to the NCEPOD report
Reduction in sepsis related mortalities: delivering and maintaining the outcome
Chris Hancock, Wales Acute Deterioration Lead, Public Health Wales
|12.10||Application of the NICE guidance for sepsis in 2016 in practice |
Key factors and important practices outlined in the guidance
Impact and influence on the recognition, diagnosis and early management country wide
Outcome measures: how attitudes towards sepsis have changed since the guidance
Catherine Plowright, Nurse Consultant Acute Care, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
Creating a proactive care plan
|1.50||Implementing a sepsis care improvement programme: practical steps to enable change |
From idea to implementation: developing, delivering and maintaining an improvement programme
Lessons learnt: barriers overcome to estblish an improvement programme for tackling sepsis
Measuring the outcomes: how an improvement programme can drive forward sepsis care
Jacqui Jones, Sepsis Nurse and Chair, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK Sepsis Nurse Forum
|2.20||Patient story: How sepsis changed a life and an insight into the patient journey|
How easily sepsis can be missed: patient experience and journey explored
What could have been done differently to help and improve emotional wellbeing throughout
What's next? Accessing the support after a case of sepsis
Russell Kimble, Patient Respresentative
Addressing Paediatric Sepsis
|2.50||Managing paediatric sepsis: reconciling the guidelines |
Exploring the latest guidelines for sepsis in children and their impact on services
Using tools for recognition of a child at risk of deterioration and ensuring a smooth patient pathway
Raising awareness and improving early detection in paediatric sepsis
Jeremy Tong, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
Enabling timely management
|3.40||Case study: Improved clinical practice for sepsis by an ambulance service |
Implementing necessary improvement to achieve collaborative working and staff capability
How an ambulance service designed a whole system pathway based around NEWS
Measuring the impact: acute admissions, correct diagnosis and support for the deteriorating patient
Daniel Haworth, Clinical Support Officer, North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust
|4.10||Case study: How GPs and healthcare professionals are diagnosing sepsis in the community|
Utilising the GP sepsis decision support tool: what have been the results?
Best practice approach to pre-hospital sepsis: how to achieve consistent early identification and treatment
How to implement effective collaborative working to improve survival, long term health and reduce costs
Jeremy Lade, Medical Director, WestCall, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
|4.40||Close of day|
Take away new ideas and best practice guidance from experienced and inspiring sepsis leads from across the country and hear case based presentations from:
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- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
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