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Improving Ward Round Process and Practice

Monday 13 November 2017
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

Improving Ward Round Process and Practice
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“Ward rounds - should add value, leading to clear actions, written up in notes and acted upon.” NHS Improvement 

“Ward rounds play a crucial part in reviewing and planning a patient’s care. They are an opportunity to inform and involve patients, and for joint learning for healthcare staff. However, there has been considerable variability in the way ward rounds are conducted.” Ward Rounds in Medicine: Principles of Best Practice Royal College of Physicians/Royal College of Nursing

This one day conference will focus on the improvement of ward round processes. Through national updates, case studies and interactive sessions you will hear from experienced clinicians who have improved ward round process and practice in their service. 

Benefits of attending
This conference will enable you to:

  • Network with colleagues who are working to improve Ward Round process and practice 
  • Understand and evaluate different models for Ward Rounds  
  • Self assess and improve your current ward round practice
  • Develop your skills in leading the Ward Round through Role Play and Interactive Discussion
  • Improve your skills in the recognition management and escalation of deteriorating patients 
  • Examine the role of Ward Rounds in adding value to patient care and outcomes through Red2Green
  • Ensure best practice in the use of handover, information sharing and escalation 
  • Identify key strategies to educate staff, change practice and improve ways of working 
  • Examine multidisciplinary team roles and team working 
  • Self assess and reflect on your own practice
  • Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence

“Identifying principles for best practice in ward rounds can improve patient safety, patient experience, shared learning, collaborative working and efficient use of resources.” Ward Rounds in Medicine: Principles of Best Practice Royal College of Physicians/Royal College of Nursing

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