FRAILTY AND COMPLEX CO-MORBIDITY: CLINICAL UPDATE

FRAILTY AND COMPLEX CO-MORBIDITY: CLINICAL UPDATE

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    Delivered virtually via ECHO Zoom for business (Secure) AND at LOROS Hospice

    Access details will be provided following registration

    Leicester

    LE9 3QE

    United Kingdom

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    A clinical update for Primary Care Clinicians that will focus on a holistic and evidence-based approach to frailty & complex co-morbidities

    About this event

    Join us for the next workshops in our series of interactive clinical updates on supporting patients with complex co-morbidity and frailty.

    The workshops focus on the following topics, and we are pleased to be able to offer remote or face to face sessions (at LOROS).

    **PLEASE CHECK THE SCHEDULE BELOW TO REGISTER FOR THE CORRECT SESSION BEFORE SELECTING A DATE**

    Sessions 2 and 3 build on session 1. So, if you have not already done the introductory workshop (offered in Autumn 2021), we recommend that you book this first. However, we will provide links to the presentations when you register for sessions 2/3.

    Session 1: Introduction to frailty and complex co-morbidity

    Thursday 19 May from 13:00 – 17:00 (Virtual)

    Session 2: Prescribing, Medicines Management and Proactive Care

    4 May from 13:00 – 17:00 (Virtual]

    25 May from 13:00 – 17:00 (Virtual]

    14 June from 09:00 - 13:00 (Face to face at LOROS Hospice)

    Session 3: Recognising/responding to deterioration (Emergency Healthcare Planning and ReSPECT)

    18 May from 13:00 – 17:00 (Virtual] POSTPONED

    14 June from 13:15-17:15 (Face to face at LOROS Hospice)

    6 July from 13:00 – 17:00 (Virtual]

    13 October from13:00-17:00 (Virtual)

    These are fully funded, interactive workshops for Primary Care Clinicians (including GPs, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, emergency/acute care practitioners, ambulance paramedics and technicians). Colleagues from practices, PCNs, out-of-hours, ambulance and community services are welcome.

    The workshops will take a holistic and evidence-based approach to these situations.

    • Practical: focusing on discussing ‘real life’ dilemmas, case studies and scenarios that happen in practice.

    • Interactive: responding to your questions and the challenges that you face in your practice.

    • Supportive: recognising that these topics are clinically, ethically and emotionally challenging.

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