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1 Enhanced Recovery Partnership Programme National Event 09:00-09:30 - Registration and refreshments – Smile Suite 09:30 – Overview of ERPP and General Principles: Professor Monty Mythen - National Clinical Lead & Janine Roberts, Programme Lead 10:00 – the benefits for patients – Mr Neil Betteridge – Department of Health Patient & Public advisor London 7 th July 2010 – Venue TBC – 09:30 -16:30 10:25 – Strategic context, benefits and opportunities of ERP – Professor Sir Mike Richards – National Clinical Lead for Cancer Coffee 11:00 – Informed decision making – what does it really mean? Dr. Mary Archer, Chairman of Urology informed decision making – Addenbrooke’s, Cambridge 11: breakout sessions see below Colorectal Chair: Mr Alan Horgan Gynaecology Chair: Kate Hall Urology Chair: Dr Martin Kuper MSK Chairs: Mr Ian Bayley, Enhanced Recovery National Clinical Advisor Room: Smile Suite, ground floorRoom: Expand 1, 2 nd floorExpand 2, 2 nd floorRoom: Imagine Mr Robin Kennedy – Enhanced Recovery in Colorectal Surgery Mr Mark Coleman – National Laparoscopic Programme update St Mark’s NHS Trust – ER implementation experiences & learning + Q&A Jennie Burch East Kent model of Enhanced Recovery Sonali Kaushik – Clinical Fellow (St Georges NHS Trust) Cambridge University NHS Trust’s approach to Enhanced Recovery Mr. Robin Crawford – Enhanced Recovery National Clinical Advisor NHS North Bristol model of Enhanced Recovery – Lead Cancer Clinician & Consultant Urology Surgeon Mr. David Gillatt Royal Devon and Exeter application of Enhanced Recovery principles Enhanced Recovery National Clinical Advisor Mr. John McGrath NHS Wansbeck General Hospital – Northumbria fast-track total hip & total knee replacement Acute Pain Nurse Specialist Leigh Kelly & Senior Specialist Physiotherapist Clare Casson West Suffolk NHS Trust approach Stephen Myers NHS Hillingdon - Rapid Recovery – total hip & knee Consultant Anaesthetist Dr. Cheryl Messer

2 12:45 – 13:30 – Lunch – served in each breakout room + restaurant 13: :30 – Afternoon breakout sessions see below 14:30 – 14:50 – Coffee 14:50 – Optimising Haemoglobin Levels –– Andrea Harris, Transfusion Liaison Nurse, NHS Blood and Transplant Enhanced Recovery Partnership Programme: National Event London 7 th July 2010 – Venue tbc - 09:30 -16:30 15:20 – Business Case for Change – What investment is required - Ann Driver, Director NHS Improvement 15:45 – Next steps – Janine Roberts 16:00 - Chairs summary Professor Monty Mythen 1615 – Close Commissioning & Primary Care Chair: Catherine Hill Anaesthetics + Pre-Op Assessment Chair: Professor Monty Mythen AHP / Nursing perspectives Chair: Angie Robinson Practical steps for getting started Chair: Richard Arnold Room: Imagine 2, 1 st floorRoom: Smile Suite, ground floorRoom: Imagine 1, 1 st floorRoom: Expand 1 + 2, 2 nd floor PBC pilot updates & Benefits of IDM to commissioners – Enhanced Recover Primary Care advisor Dr Alan Nye Map of Medicine Implementation Consultant Kathryn Holt The Map of Medicine: Delivering Care Pathways Nursing perspective of pre-op assessment – Chair Preoperative Association Jane Jackson National Clinical Advisor – pre-operative elements Dr Mike Swart Dr Martin Kuper –intra -operative elements and results of individualised goal directed audit – National Technology Adoption Centre NHS Wirral University Teaching Hospital Ward Manager + Enhanced Recovery Lead Sister Wendy Lewis joined by Ursula Scully - Deputy Ward Manager / Enhanced Recovery Nurse and Laura Hayward – Ward Nurse Teresa Fenech - Enhanced Recovery Nurse Advisor Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Nursing, Nicki McNaney, Programme Director, Scotland Like what you have heard but not sure how to get started? This is a practical session with tools and techniques to help you and your teams get started with implementing enhanced recovery

3 National Event Enhanced recovery is an innovative approach to elective surgery, which ensures that patients are in the optimal condition for treatment, have different care during their operation, and experience optimal post-operative rehabilitation. Patients on enhanced recovery pathways recover more quickly following surgery, and so can leave hospital and get back to normal activities sooner. Until now, enhanced recovery has been applied to colorectal, orthopaedic, gynaecological and urological operations, but could be extended to some other forms of surgery. There is an improved patient experience and improved clinical outcomes, and the need for ongoing care interventions are reduced. Patients around the country are already benefitting from this progressive approach - but the scope for even more patients to benefit is broad. The programme is closely aligned with many critical items on the NHS agenda including the operating framework, 18 weeks, cancer reform strategy, WCC and the quality and productivity challenge. Register now to learn how your patients and organisation can benefit from this innovative model of care. Who should attend? Multidisciplinary teams, primary and secondary care clinicians, surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses and allied health professionals, commissioners, NHS managers in PCTs and acute hospitals. Enhanced Recovery Partnership Programme: National Event London 7 th July 2010 –Venue TBC- 09:30 -16:30


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