Updating and Adapting Outpatient Hysteroscopy (OPH)
This interactive NHS workshop will focus on how to improve, adapt and update your Outpatient Hysteroscopy (OHP) service in the midst of wider gynaecology service remodelling. Take the opportunity overcome common challenges to ensure a streamlined, standardised and effective hysteroscopy service.
Attend this one-day NHS workshop to benchmark your service, hear national developments and gain case study insights from an experienced nurse in a leading hysteroscopy service. Rediscover national guidelines and take away ideas to improve your trust procedures. Take one day to evaluate your OHP service, develop strategies to navigate past funding challenges and improve patient flow.
By focusing on practical guidance to enable tangible change, you will leave this NHS workshop ready to:
- Benchmark your trust’s hysteroscopy guidelines
- Improve communication with your MDT
- Optimise your clinical staffing to promote change
- Implement RCOG national guidance and standards
- Upskill your team to provide good outpatient care
- Develop a business case to tackle funding challenges
- Revitalise your patient’s experiences
- Create a supportive nurse-led hysteroscopy service
This day is specifically designed for attendance by the whole gynaecology team who are responsible for performing and/or advising on hysteroscopy. We would expect attendance from, but not limited to:
- Hysteroscopy Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Gynaecology Nurses, Sisters and Matrons
- Gynaecologists and Obstetricians
- Service Managers
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This event follows on from the success of our 2019 event ‘Redesigning your Gynaecology Service’. This workshop was described by attendees as “a very useful day, excellent content and very valuable input from the course presenter who has a wealth of experience”, a “really good chance to network. Good to bring in all teams at different levels working in same service to share ideas” and “great for methodology and answers to help us with the issues we are facing”.
Developing guidelines, redesigning outpatient services and updating your practice
|9.30||Registration and refreshments|
|10.00||Opening remarks and introduction|
Developing and Implementing guidelines
|10.10||Compare and contrast: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology (RCOG) versus trust specific guidelines |
Understanding the Green Top guidelines
Benchmarking your trusts hysteroscopy guidelines
Moving forward: how to implement the latest guidance into your service
|11.30||Practicalities of delivering outpatient hysteroscopy in gynaecology|
Is this a suitable procedure? Criteria to evaluate which surgeries to move departments
Consultant-led, nurse-led or a combination of both?
Identifying the practical challenges of equipment and logistics
Navigating funding challenges
|1.40||Achieving funding and developing an effective business plan |
Building a business case: navigating the funding and tariffs involved
Surveying patient experience and utilising feedback to kick start the process
Getting staff buy-in to undergo training and embrace change in practice
Adapting and updating your service
|2.20||Developing nurse roles within the MDT to optimise clinical staffing|
Developing new roles: clinical supervision and training requirements
Who does what? Utilising staffing to make change work
Adhering to and incorporating updates from NICE guidelines
|3.20||Making it work and planning for the future of outpatient hysteroscopy|
How to cater for increased patient demand
Finding dedicated space, redesigning supplies and maximising roles
Measuring the outcomes to enable improvement: cost and patient experience
|4.00||Final summary and questions|
We are pleased to welcome a wealth of professional expertise. Delve into the practicalities of running a successful hysteroscopy clinic with Caroline Bell, the Hysteroscopy Lead at North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, Dr Oudai, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at West Cumberland Hospital and Dr Francis Gardener, Consultant Gynaecologist and Cancer Surgeon at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.
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