Oncology Services


Supporting Children with Long Term Complex Conditions

Effective patient pathways and family and sibling support driven by care closer to home, established transition and palliative care processes

Tuesday 20 March 2018
  09:30 - 16:10
Leeds City Centre
Hilton Leeds City
Supporting Children with Long Term Complex Conditions

Acute Oncology Patient Flow

From reducing admissions to enabling discharge: delivering a more comprehensive AO service

Wednesday 25 April 2018
  09:30 - 16:20
Manchester
Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
Acute Oncology Patient Flow

Introduction to the Tools for Clinical Human Factors

How to reduce error rates, increase team work and enhance a safety culture

Wednesday 25 April 2018
  10:00 - 16:00
Manchester
Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
Introduction to the Tools for Clinical Human Factors

Capacity and Demand Strategies for Bed Management

Develop a fresh approach to maximising your bed-pool, improving resource utilisation and managing variation throughout the patient pathway

Thursday 26 April 2018
  09:50 - 16:00
Manchester
Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
Capacity and Demand Strategies for Bed Management

Delivering Nurse Led Acute Oncology

Demonstrate improved patient flow, cost efficiency and best practice patient care

Thursday 26 April 2018
  10:00 - 16:00
Manchester
Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre
Delivering Nurse Led Acute Oncology

Resolving Verbal Complaints

Practical approaches to managing verbal complaints using sound evidence

Wednesday 23 May 2018
  10:00 - 16:00
London
Farringdon - The Hatton
Resolving Verbal Complaints

Improving Patient Experience with your MUO-CUP Service

Achieving earlier diagnosis, delivering continuity of care and improving access to treatment: practical improvements that will make a difference

Tuesday 12 June 2018
  09:00 - 16:40
Bristol
Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa
Improving Patient Experience with your MUO-CUP Service

Using Ambulatory Care to Expand Chemotherapy Delivery

Practicalities of improving patient access to your service: extending your ambulatory care into the community and closer to home

Wednesday 4 July 2018
  09:30 - 16:30
Birmingham
Birmingham City Football Ground
Using Ambulatory Care to Expand Chemotherapy Delivery

Role of the Nursing Associate in Practice

Case study insights and practical advice for the implementation of the new function

Tuesday 11 September 2018
  09:30 - 16:20
Birmingham
Birmingham City Football Ground
Role of the Nursing Associate in Practice

Welcome to NHS Conferences and NHS Courses for Oncology Services

Researched with and designed for Heads of Services, Consultants, Lead Nurses, CNSs, AOSs, ANPs, Macmillan Nurses and Consultants and Service Managers across Cancer and Acute Oncology, each of these NHS conferences and courses have been specially designed to combat national challenges, share practical advice and drive forward workable solutions to enable you to advance and streamline your service delivery.

Featuring in 2018 are:

  • 'Developing your Cancer of Unknown Primary Service' tackles CUP service delivery and sustainability; whether you have an established CUP team or are looking to expand your service, this day provides a unique forum to network and benchmark your work.

  • Dedicated to streamlining service delivery, Capacity and Demand: Cancer Pathway Planning' is the only NHS course that takes a closer look at working collaboratively across cancer patient pathways, managing capacity and demand modelling, and future-proofing cancer services.

  • 'Redesigning your Cancer Survivorship Pathway' addresses the service delivery challenges of meeting the ongoing needs of the growing number of people living with cancer.

  • 'Managing Patients on Cancer Immunotherapies' is designed to provide you with a strategy to improve your pathway, administration and understanding of the side effect portfolio.

  • 'Delivering Chemotherapy in a Community Setting' offers practical approaches to move chemotherapy away from day units and into the community to improve waiting times and cut costs.

Comprising of insightful case studies, informative presentations and immersive group sessions, each day is tailored to the specific audience needs. From benchmarking current practice to developing an action plan to take back to your team; these interactive forums present fantastic opportunities to network, learn and develop.

If you would like to attend or be involved in any of these events, please get in contact with sarah.kemm@sbk-healthcare.co.uk

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SBK Healthcare provides conferences, seminars and forums for NHS staff to come together and learn from NHS leaders across the country as well as each other. Every NHS course held by SBK Healthcare focuses on the unique clinical or operational demands that are putting the NHS workforce under pressure. By sharing examples of achievable service delivery, case studies of innovative clinical implementation and forums for attendees to meet like-minded individuals who are all striving for change, each NHS conference is designed to inform, inspire and motivate. Every NHS course is thoroughly researched and produced to help different NHS services to improve their patient experience, drive forward efficiency, and build better outcomes.

In 2017, we developed over 95 forums taking place in Manchester, Birmingham, York, Bristol, Leicester, Leeds, Cambridge and Stirling. These events covered the following NHS service areas: Acute Oncology, Admissions and Discharge, Cancer, Chemotherapy, Clinical Coding, Clinical Governance, Clinical Research, Continuous Glucose Monitoring, Critical Care, CAMHS, Diabetes Prevention, Diagnostics & Radiology, Digital Solutions, Endoscopy, Emergency Unscheduled, Family Integrated Care, Gynaecology, Heart Failure, IAPT, IV therapy, Immunotherapy, Information Governance, Insulin Pumps, Maternity, Medical Devices, Mental Health, Neonatal, Non-Medical Prescribing, Nuclear Medicine, Nurses, Ophthalmology, Outpatients, Paediatrics, Pathology, Palliative Care, Patient Experience, Pathology, Pre-Operative Assessment, PWP Development, Rehabilitation, Renal, Respiratory Service, Stroke, Virtual Clinics.

Operating as a small business, SBK Healthcare provide industry-supported National Networking Forums in addition to SBK Healthcare conferences and courses, which are research driven and enabled through attendee funding.

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