Nearly 350,000 patients currently spend over three weeks in acute hospitals each year.”
NHS Improvement March 2019
Following the National Ambition to cut long hospital stays by 25% this conference focuses on improving patient flow, discharge arrangements and admission avoidance to reduce long stays in hospital.
Chaired by Dr Liz Deutsch, Consultant Nurse (Acute Medicine) and Post Doctoral Research Fellow, University Hospitals Birmingham and University of Birmingham.
This conference will enable you to:
- Network with colleagues who are working to reduce long hospital stays
- Reflect on national developments and learning
- Learn from outstanding examples of changing culture and practice to improve patient flow
- Improve the way you manage discharge planning to reduce overstaying older people
- Learn from an organization that has achieved a 0% overstaying older people rate
- Develop your skills in undertaking long stay patient reviews: Understanding the root cause of long stays in your service
- Understand how you can improve the way you work to keep people out of hospital including looking at the role of the Virtual
- Identify key strategies for implementing the SAFER Care Bundle and Red to Green
- Ensure you are up to date with the latest evidence on discharge2assess and ensuring safety at discharge
- Learn from trusts that have improved rates of same day discharge
- Reduce Long Stays for Frail Older People
- Self assess and reflect on your own practiceFor further information visit
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Feedback from delegates attending the last event on this topic:
“It was a perfect conference – no improvement, well organised”
“Amazing programme, very well explained changes/news about other trusts’ achievements, and new improvements from NHS England”
“Very informative and lots of ideas that could be adapted to my service”
“Very well structured and organised. Relevant topics for discussion – all speakers very passionate about patient centred care”
“All talks were brilliant, full of inspirational facts and updates”
A 15% discount is available to all but the first person in a booking. We can offer increased discount rates for bookings of 5 or more, contact email@example.com.
Interested in Exhibiting at this event?
This conference includes an exhibition for delegates to hear about, discover and takeaway details of new products and services.
or call Carolyn Goodbody on 01932 429933
Don’t miss this important opportunity to join in the discussion and personal development around promoting the needs of Children and Young People in Care.
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The Strengths-based practice framework for professional practice was released in February 2019.
A Strengths-based practice is a social work theory that focuses on people’s strengths and goals rather than their problems. This conference focuses on implementing a Strengths-based approach, and applying the Strengths-based Based Practice Framework for Professional Practice in Adult Social Work.
“A strengths-based approach explores, in a collaborative way the entire individual’s abilities and their circumstances rather than making the deficit the focus of the intervention…. When using a strengths-based approach, risk is looked at as an enabler, not as a barrier.”
Strengths-based approach practice framework February 2019
This conference will enable you to:
- Network with colleagues who are working to implement a strengths based approach to adults social work
- Learn from outstanding practice in applying the Strengths-based Based Practice Framework for Professional Practice in Adult Social Work
- Reflect on national developments and learning, and the lived experience
- Understand the five quadrant model promoted as a set of practice triggers or prompts bought to action through knowledge, values, experiential learning, theories and skills
- Develop your skills in Delivering a Strengths-based approach to Adult Safeguarding
- Understand how you can improve the assessment process and the way you look at risk issues
- Identify key strategies for quality assurance
- Ensure your practice and interventions are proportionate through case study examples
- Self assess and reflect on your own practice
- Gain cpd accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidenceFor further information visit
The Safeguarding Adults Summit 2019: Improving Adult Safeguarding Practice Decision Making, User Involvement & Outcomes is taking place on Monday 10th June 2019 at the De Vere West One Conference Centre, London. The conference, chaired by Fran Pearson – Chair, National Network for Chairs of Adult Safeguarding Boards & Independent Chair, Safeguarding Adults Partnership Board, London Borough of Newham/Luton, aims to bring together adult safeguarding leads to understand current issues and the national context, and to debate and discuss key issues and areas you are facing in practice in moving forward with ‘making safeguarding personal’ and a developing a strengths based approach to adult safeguarding.
The day includes an opening address by Kenny Gibson – Head of Adult Safeguarding, NHS England. Other speakers on the day include Moira Tombs – Associate, Encompassing Health, Prof Samantha Baron, Head of Social Work, Manchester Metropolitan University & Co Author, Strengths-based approach practice framework, Department of Health and Social Care and Ruth Ingram – Co-Author, Adult Safeguarding and Domestic Abuse: A Guide to Support Practitioners and Manager & Safeguarding Adults Consultant
For the full programme and speaker line up visit the website: www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/adult-safeguarding-summit
What you will learn by attending…
• Network with colleagues who are working to improve adult safeguarding practice
• Understand the national context of your safeguarding practice
• Move towards full implementation of Making Safeguarding Personal
• Reflect on how you can develop and embed a strengths based approach to adult safeguarding
• Ensure the learning from Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) is used to identify systemic risk issues and improve practice
• Learn from others to enable a user focused approach to adult safeguarding, including hearing from service users
• Monitor and improve service user led outcomes for safeguarding
• Learn from a different approach to safeguarding young adults
• Understand the legal context including implications of recent developments such as the move from DoLS to Liberty Protection Safeguards
• Improve your skills in decision making in adult safeguarding: understanding mental capacity
• Develop your skills in safeguarding investigation, undertaking a safeguarding enquiry and report writing
• Improve practice in multi-agency information sharing including GDPR in safeguarding
• Self assess and reflect on your own practice
• Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence
100% of delegates who attended our last conference on Adult Safeguarding would recommend the conference to a colleague
How to register:
To secure your place, please register using one of the following options:
1. Book your place online
2. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Download the conference brochure and booking form
GROUP DISCOUNTS: A discount of 15% will be applied to fees for any extra delegates. For bookings of 5 + delegates, email email@example.com as greater discounts are available