Haematological Cancer Service Delivery
This one day conference has been created for Haematology CNSs, Consultant Haematologists and Specialist Nurses and is designed to provide an insight in to recent advances in diagnosis and treatment, as well as practical advice on managing demand and increasing efficiency from referral all the way through to survivorship. If your team could benefit from peer-led case studies on improving care for patients with haematological cancers, then this event will deliver guidance and strategies to ensure that you always achieve best practice.
This unique conference is a chance to benefit not only from the information presented, but also from having time to ask your questions. Discover practical strategies to grow your outcomes as well as your capacity:
- New drugs, strategies and treatment possibilities: managing toxicities and side effects
- Streamlining GP referrals: building effective pathways from primary to secondary care
- The journey from inpatient to outpatient care: minimising length of patient stay
- Patient perspective: helping patients to deal with the rapid pathway from diagnosis to treatment
- Enabling survivors to live well: supporting and empowering survivorship
- Post-transplant case study: managing complications and enabling better quality of life
- Staffing strategies case study: setting up nurse-led clinics and services to increase capacity
- Setting up your 24/7 haematology telephone triage service: how it works in practice
By attending this haematological cancer training day, you will be linking in with services from around the country to outline, discuss and overcome your challenges to implement successful care packages in the current NHS climate. Come together with some of the most innovative haematology professionals in the country to:
- Learn about progressions in diagnosis and treatment: update and improve patient care
- Improve the patient pathway: ensure that transitions of care are completed efficiently
- Benchmark your service: compare your current delivery and gain ideas to progress
- Streamline patient care: practical strategies to manage toxicities, understand post-transplant complications and deliver the support that patients find most helpful
- Manage capacity and demand: maximising capacity with nurse-led clinics and triage lines
Whether you are part of a small nursing team in a District General Hospital or a Consultant at a large cancer centre, it is vital that your haemato-oncology knowledge is up to date. Book your place today to re-focus your professional approach and get to grips with the practical side of haematological cancer service delivery. This day will benefit:
- Macmillan Haematology Nurse Specialists Myeloma, Leukaemia and Lymphoma CNSs
- Consultant Haematologists and Consultant Haemato-Oncologists
- Lead Haematology Nurses
- Anthony Nolan Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Advanced Nurse Practitioners
- Cancer Matrons
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|8.45||Registration and refreshments|
|9.20||Chair’s opening remarks|
Recent Advances in Treatment
|9.30||Clinical developments for myeloma: new drugs, strategies and treatment possibilities |
Clinical trials update: increasing stem cell transplant effectiveness and developing alternatives
Combination treatments: what effects can this have on overall survival rates?
Tailoring treatment for elderly patients: how can we improve outcomes for over 65s?
Christopher Parrish, Consultant Haematologist, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
|10.00||Clinical developments for lymphoma: managing toxicities and secondary cancers |
Promising new treatments: updates from the trial stages and how will they improve outcomes?
Secondary cancers: how can we prevent or minimise the impact in patients cured of lymphoma?
Managing toxicities: understanding what to look out for and how to empower patient reporting
|10.30||Clinical developments for leukaemia: mapping variations in treatments and side effects |
New treatments: targeted therapies and the effects on outcomes, toxicities and interactions
Deciding treatment approaches: when age and performance status inhibit treatment options
Delivering treatment in the community: how community chemotherapy works in practice
Dr Manoj Raghavan, Consultant Haematologist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Improving the Patient Pathway
|11.20||Streamlining GP referrals: building effective pathways from primary to secondary care |
Transforming Cancer Services for London Team: uniting 33 CCGs to achieve better transitions
Improving continuity and clarity for patients: how the project will boost patient experiences
Developing an online tool and hub to share knowledge and make information accessible
|11.50||The journey from inpatient to outpatient: minimising length of patient stay|
Inpatient treatment: delivering the necessary treatments as quickly and as well as possible
Outpatient clinics: ensuring that clinics respond thoroughly and efficiently to patients needs
Uniting your MDT: getting the balance between gatekeeping services and meeting all needs
|12.20||Group discussion: working with services beyond the acute trust to provide holistic care|
How often does your team interact with community services, social workers and charities? Share ways in which you could work more closely across these teams to ensure that you are all working towards the same goal; effective and efficient patient care.
Streamlining Patient Care
|1.50||Patient perspective: dealing with the rapid pathway from diagnosis to treatment|
Understanding diagnosis: how can clinicians support the rapid transition in to being a patient?
The psychological effect of cancer: responding to depression, anxiety and the wider effects
Living with haematological cancers: how could the NHS promote and enable ‘living well’?
|2.10||Enabling survivors to live well: educating, supporting and empowering survivorship|
What are the core principles of survivor support? Identifying how you can make an impact
Symptom management: ensuring that your practice enables people to live as fully as possible
Expanding availability: managing the demand to deliver support for as long as people need it
Deborah Grimes, Haematology Clinical Nurse Specialist, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
|2.40||Post-transplant case study: managing complications and enabling better quality of life|
Identifying and treating early post-transplant complications: infection and regeneration
Identifying and treating later post-transplant complications: monitoring recovery closely
Providing support on a limited budget: what can services do if they can’t access specialist staff?
Managing Capacity and Demand
|3.30||King’s College case study: setting up Nurse-led clinics and services to increase capacity|
Outlining capacity and how it compares with demand: which areas are most challenging?
How do you secure the time and space to run nurse-led clinics, telephone follow ups etc?
Capturing data correctly: why is accurate recording important for capacity and demand?
Orla Stewart, Lead Lymphoid Nurse Specialist, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|4.00||Setting up your 24/7 Haematology telephone triage service: how it works in practice |
What is the initial input? Understanding the staffing and training commitment to set up
What is the benefit of having a 24/7 system in place? Patient experiences vs staff output
Overcoming challenges: bed availability, workload increases and managing expectations
|4.30||Chairs closing remarks|
|4.40||Close of day|
Grow your knowledge of recent advances in diagnosis, treatment and service improvement strategies for a range of haematological cancers with presentations led by:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- 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
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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Certification of Attendance
A certificate for Continuing Professional Development will be given to each participant who completes the course, as a record of your continuing professional training and development.
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