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Creating a Sustainable ED Workforce & Sharing Solutions

Workforce is the most valuable resource in any Emergency Department. Join us at this free event as we share key ideas for a sustainable workforce, and showcase examples of successful approaches to recruitment and retention of staff.

This conference has been brought to you by NHS Improvement (Midlands and East) and endorsed by The Royal College of Emergency Medicine.

Watch The Live Stream

If you can't make it on the day, we will be live streaming the entire conference via our YouTube channel. There will also be a live Q&A session running throughout the day (see below), so please leave a comment or tweet using the hashtag #EDworkforceideas for our moderators to ask!

Why?

  • Learn about practical models and skills for recruiting and providing a sustainable workforce to ED.

  • Takeaway ideas that you can implement in your organisation.

  • Network with your peers and NHS Improvement colleagues.

When?

Friday

17th February 2017

09:30-16:30

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Where?

IET Birmingham: Austin Court (map)

80 Cambridge Street

Birmingham

B1 2NP


Guest Speakers

We will be accompanied on the day by esteemed members of the Emergency Medicine community, along with keynote speakers from The Royal College of Emergency Medicine.

Dr Pro Mukherjee

EM Consultant UHL

Mr Asif Malik

Head of School for EM East Midlands & EM Consultant NUH

James Pratt

ACP at NUH

Sandra Martin

Clinical Academic Lecturer, Manchester Pharmacy School

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Dr Ffion Davies

EM Consultant UHL & Head of Service Front Door


Event Schedule

This schedule will be routinely updated as more events are confirmed. Any events marked [TBC] are in the process of being confirmed.

09:30-10:00

REGISTRATION + COFFEE

10:00-10:10

Chair's welcome

Dr Taj Hassan and Mr Russell Emeny

10:10-10:20

Royal College of Emergency Medicine workforce strategy

Dr Taj Hassan

10:20-10:30

Safe and sustainable nursing workforce in acute care

Dr Pauline Milne MBE

10:30-10:40

Panel questions

Dr Taj Hassan and Dr Pauline Milne MBE

10:40-11:00

Planning a workforce based on 60 minutes to be seen

Dr Dan Boden

11:00-11:20

Making Emergency Medicine (EM) trainees love EM again

Dr Rob Galloway

11:20-11:40

COFFEE BREAK

11:40-11:55

ABC's: Attitudes / Behaviours / Culture in relation to workforce

Professor Matthew Cook

11:55-12:10

'Yes we can': Compassion in ED

Dr Pro Mukherjee

12:10-12:20

Panel questions

Professor Matthew Cooke and Dr Pro Mukherjee

12:20-12:40

The role of the Advanced Care Practitioner

Mr Asif Malik and James Pratt

12:40-13:00

The extended role of the Pharmacist in ED

Amanda Rawlings and Sandra Martin

13:00-13:40

LUNCH

13:40-13:45

Chair's afternoon opening

Dr Taj Hassan President and Mr Russell Emeny

13:45-14:20

International recruitment and individual experiences:

1. LEADit Leicester

Dr Jay Banerjee and Rachel Williams

International Middle Grade (IMG) to CESR

Dr Jalaj Tamber

2. Medical Training Initiative (MTI)

Dr Saad Jawaid

14:20-14:50

Geriatric Emergency Medicine: Frailty Pre-Hospital & the Front Door

Professor Simon Conroy and Dr Jay Banerjee

14:50-15:10

COFFEE BREAK

15:10-15:45

GP’s at the front door, two examples in practice:

1. A pilot project of GP’s approach to ambulatory care at the front door

Dr Ursula Montgomery

2. Streaming at the front door a multidisciplinary approach

Dr Ffion Davies

15:45-16:20

Learning in an Emergency: delivering education in intensive environments

Dr Damian Roland

16:20-16:30

Chair’s closing remarks

Dr Taj Hassan President and Mr Russell Emeny

Any questions? Contact NHS Improvement by email: [email protected]