Advanced Nursing Skills for Haematology
With the Advanced Practitioner role becoming more prevalent in haematological cancer services, this workshop is your chance to discover how to grow your role as a nurse and confidently assess, treat and educate patients. By boosting your knowledge of toxicities and refining your everyday practice as well as mapping the possibilities for upskilling your role, this workshop is your unmissable guide to advanced nursing skills for haematology.
Book your place for this unique study day and benefit from a peer-led guide outlining what advanced haematology looks like in practice, as well as honest case-studies offering guidance on overcoming your challenges and driving positive change for your whole team. Don’t miss this exciting chance to develop your skills by learning more about:
- Developing effective patient education strategies to improve clinical outcomes
- Recognising and responding to toxicities: managing side effects for haematology patients
- Offering support, advice and guidance to anxious or distressed patients
- Growing advanced nursing roles: identifying opportunities for team-wide improvement
- Assessing and treating patients: undertaking procedures and furthering clinical responsibility
Take this one day out to progress and advance your nursing practice by benchmarking your current position, discuss how to move past challenges and share peer-recommended advice to support you in your professional growth. Join together with other haematology nurses to:
- Further your clinical skillset: development opportunities and practical skills to grow your role
- Discover effective patient engagement strategies: enabling patients to cope in a positive way
- Create useful patient literature and educational tools: understanding and meeting needs
- Drive change in your haematology service: identify new pathways and move towards excellence
- Manage clinics to ensure that the right people are seen at the right time and treated effectively
If you are a haematology nurse keen to play a leading role in progressing your service, increasing capacity and ensuring great patient outcomes, this workshop is for you. The content of this day has been specifically designed to meet the needs of:
- Advanced Practitioners
- Myeloma CNSs
- Leukaemia CNSs
- Lymphoma CNSs
- Macmillan Haematology Nurse Specialists
- Anthony Nolan Clinical Nurse Specialists
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|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Leader’s opening remarks and introduction of attendees |
Rebecca James, Clinical Matron and Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Cancer Care, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|10.10||Developing effective patient education strategies to improve clinical outcomes |
Ensuring patients have the right knowledge to report concerns: teaching pragmatic self-care
Engaging families and carers in treatment: building relationships to support patients 24/7
Creating useful patient literature and educational tools: what methods and styles work?
|11.20||Recognising and responding to toxicities: managing side effects for haematology patients|
Rapidly treating severe toxicities such as neutropenic sepsis and spinal cord compression
Continued learning: strategies to stay aware of side effect profiles for new treatments
Managing patients who struggle to express symptoms: building an accurate picture
|12.00||Group discussion: offering support, advice and guidance to anxious or distressed patients|
How do you approach supporting patients who do not require medical attention but are nervous or upset about their symptoms/health? On the contrary, how do you engage patients who are not taking ownership of their health and may not report dangerous side effects
|1.40||Growing advanced nursing roles: identifying opportunities for team-wide improvement |
Upcoming changes to advance practice: update on the masters accreditation and regulation
Driving change within your haematology department: approaches to clinical excellence
Engaging the MDT: working alongside primary and community services to improve standards
|3.00||Assessing and treating patients: undertaking procedures and furthering clinical responsibility|
What opportunities are there for ANPs to develop their clinical practice?
Examples of how it works in practice: bone marrow aspirations and Hickman line removals
Ensuring continued best practice: who can help you to streamline your new skills?
|4.00||Close of day: Recap of objectives, understanding and tools to take away|
This workshop is being produced by Annie Maddock. If you are interested in a speaker slot, please email Annie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01732 897788.
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- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Tuesday 6th February 2018 at Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre, 25 Aytoun Street, Manchester, M1 3AE : £105 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
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