Deteriorating Patient Webinar Series - Trigger, Escalation and Response

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SPSP Acute Adult – Deteriorating Patient Webinar Series- Trigger, Escalation and Response

About this event

Focused Webinar on

Early Warning Scoring: A digital solution in this digital age

NHS Fife experience of implementing Electronic Early Warning Scoring

• reflect on the implementation challenges and outline the key successes.

Led by: Dr Gavin Simpson (NHS Fife), Consultant in Critical Care and Anaesthetics, NHS Fife

There will also be an opportunity to further explore this exciting development with Gavin answering your questions.

Gavin Simpson, Consultant Critical Care and Anaesthetics, NHS Fife.

Gavin Simpson is the chair of the Resuscitation Committee and is a clinical advisor for the Deteriorating Patient Management Team, which develops strategy to improve care planning for clinically unstable patients.

How do I join?

Register using the button at the top of this page. You will then be sent an email confirming your registration and joining details. Please keep this email handy as you will need it on the day.

Registration is on an individual basis so if you have colleagues you think would be interested in joining, please feel free to send the registration link to them but don’t share your joining details with others.

On the day, please join at least 5 minutes before start time.

• It is an MS Teams presented Webinar.

• Click the link you have been sent to see the visuals and join in with the online discussions.

Questions?

Please get in touch with us at his.acutecare@nhs.scot

**Your line will be muted during the presentations to help keep any line interference to a minimum but all the discussions will take place via the chat box. We encourage all attendees to use the chat box to get involved in discussions, ask questions and interact with colleagues. Our facilitators will scan the chat box, and pull out any questions to ask to our speakers.**

About the Deteriorating Patient Webinar Series

The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting on acute hospital capacity but clinicians acknowledge that patients, who have contracted Covid-19, can experience a sudden deterioration in their physical condition. This deterioration can result in a stay in intensive care. The Scottish Patient Safety Programme has worked to reduce patient harm and mortality over the past decade. NHS Scotland Boards have told us that the care of the deteriorating patient remains a key focus for quality and improvement work.

Who is this Webinar series for?

This Webinar series is anyone working in healthcare who has an interest in improving health outcomes for people and learning more about the care of patients who experience a deterioration in their physiological condition.

What to expect from the Webinar series:

The interactive aspects of the Webinar will enable you to connect with peers, whilst providing feedback about the topics that matter to you. This is a dynamic Webinar series where the topics will change each session, to ensure that we are focusing on the most current and relevant topics in acute care.

The aims of this Webinar:

- Support clinicians to share ideas to improve outcomes for people through early recognition, escalation and response.

- Provide the opportunity to network, to share progress and discuss opportunities and challenges of Deteriorating Patient improvement work.

- Examine the wider context for successful change and generate ideas for improvement.

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Organiser HIS, Improvement Hub, SPSP Acute Adult

Organiser of Deteriorating Patient Webinar Series - Trigger, Escalation and Response

The Improvement Hub (ihub) Acute Care portfolio brings together the Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP) Acute Adult and Older People in Acute Care improvement programmes to support improved experience and outcomes for people in acute care.You can find out more about the work of the Acute Care portfolio here

Healthcare Improvement Scotland sits within NHS Scotland and helps health and social care services to improve. You can find out more about our work at: www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org

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We intend to take a recording of the webinar which we intend to publish on our social media channels and our website. Microsoft Teams has a chat function, any comments you make during the webinar will be viewable during and after the event by participants. Chat comments will not be viewable in the recording. We may use comments made on the webinar in future documents however this will be anonymous.

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