Running and setting up virtual surgical outpatients clinics
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Interested in finding out more about virtual clinics? This full day conference will enable you to implement an effective virtual clinic in your surgical unit. You will hear from pioneering surgeons and nurses who have implemented the concept themselves in discussions chaired by RCS East Midlands Regional Director Professor Angus Wallace. Hear your peers’ first hand experiences and the benefits these clinics have for patients, hospitals and surgeons.
Who should attend?
This conference is open to all career grades and specialities. If you are interested in receiving practical advice, hearing case studies and networking with a range of people involved in virtual clinics, this is the event for you.
How will I benefit?
- Understand how to set up and run a virtual clinic
- Develop various skills that can be used when setting up a virtual clinic
- Acquire strategies to enhance your knowledge in productivity and provide more accessible routine follow-up outpatient appointments
- Find out more about the development of clinics and the practical increased practice efficiency
- Learn how you can become a future innovator through web-based consultations
- Improve your problem solving skills and find your own success.
For further details of the day have a look at our current programme
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Speakers and programme highlights
Speakers and chairs
Chaired by Professor Angus Wallace
Professor Wallace is the Regional Director for the East Midland and is a proud Scotsman who was appointed Professor of Orthopaedic & Accident Surgery in Nottingham in 1985. He is retired from full time work as an NHS Specialist Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon carrying out over 400 operations per year.
Shanti is a Consultant Physician with special interest in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Barts Health NHS Trust where she leads the Young Adult and Transitional diabetes service. She has been exploring the role of online care since 2011 and she is currently leading a Health Foundation-funded project exploring national scaling up of online consultations. This follows a recently concluded NIHR-funded project examining clinician-patient dynamics and organisational impact of online care
Dan H Williams is a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery and is a specialist in primary hip and knee replacements, as well as revisions. He is a highly experienced surgeon, qualifying from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1998. He trained in Wales, Australia and South Africa before becoming a registrar in the South West of England and is a practicing consultant at the Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust and Duchy Hospital in Truro. Dan is also the Co-founder of MyClinicalOutcomes.com, Trelissick parkrun and host of LifetimeHip.com.
Is a lead hip surgeon at the University Hospitals of Leicester. His elective practice is primary, complex and revision THR. Trauma practice is NOF and femoral fractures and he also helps run the bone metastases service. Being the hip lead for the Leicester Arthroplasty Review Clinic (LARC) he also started virtual THR reviews in 2015. All THR / TKRs in Leicester are followed up by LARC.
For full details of the day, please click here to view the programme
Post Event Information
Please see below the links to the speakers slides:
David McDonald and Lech Rymaszewski - Virtual clinics, the Scottish perspective
Shanti Vijayaraghavan - Scaling up online consultations – the local and national experience
Andrew Miles - How we run our colorectal virtual follow-up telephone clinic
Tina Marshall (Visiba Care) - Visiba Care presentation
Angus Wallace - The hurdles I had to overcome in 2011 to start an NHS shoulder telemedicine clinic at Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust
Dan Williams - Virtual clinic follow up of hip and knee joint replacement
*Free for RCS Members and Fellows. A £20 refundable deposit is required to secure your place, this will be refunded upon attendance at the event.
Please note we operate a 1 week cancellation policy.
£50 fee for non-members