Upcoming GIRFT webinars that present an overview of specialty reviews and key topics.
The schedule below provides more information and how to register your attendance…
Wednesday 6th March 2024
GIRFT adult crisis and acute mental health webinar: making intelligent use of information
Join Dr Ian Davidson, GIRFT clinical lead for adult crisis and acute care mental health to discuss the important issue of making intelligent use of information to ensure that patients with serious mental illness receive the right care at the right time.
This promises to be an interesting discussion on how to ensure patients transition from step-up or step-down care during different periods of need in their lives.
Wednesday 13th March 2024
Elective hubs: paediatric masterclass
For all clinical, operational and administrative staff working in elective hubs, this is the fourth masterclass in this series and will focus on paediatric surgery.
Professor Tim Briggs, chair of Getting it Right First Time (GIRFT) and NHS England’s National Director for Clinical Improvement and Elective Recovery, and Professor Simon Kenny, National Clinical Director for Children and Young People at NHS England, will present on the development of the paediatric module as part of the accreditation programme.
We will hear from experts highlighting their paediatric work in their elective hubs.
Thursday 14th March 2024
The effective management of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)
Join Professor Gerry Rayman to hear about new innovations and tools which can help achieve sustained improvements in DKA management.
Metrics relating to the hospital care of patients in hypoglycaemia and DKA are soon to be released on Model Health System (MHS) and this webinar will include a pre-view demonstration of the data.
We will also be presenting overview of the automated auditing system for digital evaluation of ketosis and other diabetes emergencies (DEKODE) programme, developed by Dr Punith Kempegowda and his West Midlands team.
The GIRFT diabetes emergency surgery pathway – getting it right for people living with diabetes
(28th February 2024)
Best practice for timely management of testicular torsion
(27th February 2024)
NCIP: orthopaedic surgery launch event
(22nd February 2024)