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Infection Prevention 2017


18 - 20 September 2017



Manchester Central 

Organised by the Infection Prevention Society, the conference aims to bring together infection prevention and control professionals from across the UK and further afield to share and debate best practice, research and discuss issues from across the infection prevention field.

Over the three-day event, the programme will deliver an array of sessions covering all your infection prevention needs including opportunities to learn from Scott Drawer, Head of Performance Hub at Team Sky and Ruth May, Executive Director of Nursing, NHS Improvement, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer and National Director for Infection Prevention and Control. We are also delighted to welcome Professor Michael Borg, Julie Storr, Dr Dev Anderson, Professor Sanjay Saint and many other esteemed professionals to speak on our programme.

We hope you can join us on the 18th – 20th September in Manchester.


For further information: 292042

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RCS South Central Conference


29 September 2017



Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton

In partnership with the Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative, part of Wessex Academic Health Science Network. Join RCS to learn about the foundations of surgical safety in emergencies and how you can deliver a safer service.

Planned workshops include:

  • Introduction of a Surgical Quality Assurance Meeting
  • Laparoscopic emergency surgery - reduced hospital stay and improved patient outcomes
  • Using structured mortality reviews to learn from surgical deaths
  • Surgical Care Practitioners

Find out more and book your place at the RCS website.

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Setting up and Running Virtual Clinics


9 October 2017



De Vere West One, London

Chaired by Mr Bibhas Roy Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Virtual Orthopaedic Clinic Lead at Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, this conference focuses on setting up and running virtual clinics. Virtual clinics are increasingly being used in healthcare to reduce outpatient appointments, reduce DNA rates, save money and ensure the patients that do need to be seen face to face by a consultant have enough dedicated time. A large number of appointments can be replaced by virtual clinics, for decision making, consultation and outcome analysis.

For further information and to book your place visit the website or email

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Theatres and Anaesthesia Innovations in Care Conference


13 October 2017



Queens Hotel, Leeds

The NHS Leeds Teaching Hospitals, NHS Trust are holding the Theatres and Anaestheisa Innovations in Care Conference. The presentations include: Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Day One Trauma, Patient Feedback on their experience, Theatre Productivity, Scan4Safety, Scenario based training, NELA - National Emergency Laparotomy Audit. The conference is suitable for Surgeons, Anaesthetists, Perioperative Practitioners and Managers.

To book your place please visit the website here or for more information contact Vicky Tye on 0113 206 5580.


OneTogether Expert Conference


23 November 2017



Birmingham Conference and Events Centre,= Birmingham

Join us for the fourth annual OneTogether Expert Conference 2017. This event will see the launch of two toolkits designed to support quality improvements in perioperative skin preparation and patient warming. These toolkits include summaries of the latest scientific and clinical evidence, guidance on developing local policies, educational materials and competency checklists. The event will also see the launch of the first OneTogether Impact Awards.

To Register please visit the website here.


Annual Conference of Perioperative Care


4 November 2017



The Studio, Birmingham

This meeting is open to all perioperative practitioners, as well as surgeons who work closely with advanced practitioners (e.g. surgical care practitioners, surgical first assistants etc) and have an interest in the future of the surgical team.

There will aslo be an informal meeting the day prior, at the RCSEd Regional Centre in Birmingham, providing an opportunity to meet and advise us on what other forms of education and support you would wish the Faculty to provide perioperative practitioners. If you are interested in attending this session, register your interest by emailing or visit the website here.


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