Why Attend

Why attend?

Nurses like you are involved at every touchpoint along the patient journey. So, we wanted to provide a unique opportunity for nurse leaders to gather and share best practice as well as learn more from innovative projects to improve patient flow. Including insights into how services are managing increased demand, reducing admissions and enhancing discharge planning to transform the patient experience.

Whether you’re seeking a solution to the patient flow challenge, want to be inspired by your peers or share the innovative ideas you have, the Nursing Times Patient Flow Forum is for you.

By joining our event you’ll benefit from:

  • Discussing the unique impact on patient flow caused by the Covid-19 crisis and hearing about and sharing the new ways of working developed as a result
  • Guidance on the NHS Long Term Plan’s aims in a range of areas including reducing A&E waiting times and reduced delays in discharge planning
  • Evidence of progress from nurse-led initiatives that improve patient safety, flow and capacity in the healthcare system
  • Advice and guidance to deliver greater ‘out of hospital care’
  • Examples of new ways of working in urgent and emergency care settings
  • Collaboration with both public and private providers to share solutions and address a common challenge
  • Flexibility and choice to engage in real time live text chat and video meetings. Alternatively, catch up on anything you’ve missed, on demand and from the comfort of your own home with no travel costs

People you will meet virtually include:

  • Directors, deputies and team leaders
  • Clinical improvement leads
  • Consultant nurses: acute medicine and emergency care
  • Clinical leads: health and social care integration, community services
  • Clinical nurse specialists
  • Associate directors
  • Medical directors
  • Ward managers
  • Nursing and care home managers
  • Reablement teams
  • Patient experience teams
  • Patient flow co-ordinators
  • Patient safety teams
  • Service improvement managers

Tickets are now available for this virtual event, save £100 when you book before Friday 3 March!

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