4/07/2019 : Nhs Resolution Conversations Consent

NHS Resolution: Conversations on consent

CityBristol
CountyBristol (GB017)
Date04/07/2019
Hours09:15
CategoriaEvents
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Bristol
Bristol (GB017)
Tel 2019-07-04
Categoria Events
Nhs Resolution Conversations Consent

For all details please visit: https://resolution.nhs.uk/events/conversations-on-consent Key discussions Nadine Montgomery A frank and open recount of Nadine Montgomery’s experiences in the birth of her son and the legal claim consequently taken, that has had such an impact on the importance of shared decision making in healthcare;     best practice, case stories and shared experiences of the consent process from professional bodies; and complex consent case stories discussed by a range of professionals, patients and their representatives; Is this something for you? This event is aimed at and will be allocated to, in the first instance front line clinicians that facilitate  decision making for clinical interventions and patient safety professionals. It is hoped delegates will in turn support learning in their organisations about this fundamental interaction.  Confirmed speakers: Nadine Montgomery - discussing her experiences and the effect her landmark claim has had on the healthcare landscape;  Dr Richard Griffiths, Consultant Anaesthetist, North West Anglia Foundation Trust Workshops we are running on the day: 1.

Consent is a two way street – are you going in the right direction? An interactive session to  understand the legal test  in determining whether consent has been properly obtained and what this means, in practical terms,  for the conversations clinicians need to have with their patients so they understand the material risks involved in any treatment and the reasonable alternative or variant treatment options. 2. A practical guide to shared decision making Discussing tools & guidelines for good consent. Reflecting on the standardisation with GMC and RCS guidance and understand challenges in the supporting shared decision making for healthcare interventions. 3. Complexities of consent Significant case stories will be explored where obtaining consent is a complex process with   complex underpinning legal requirements.
These include; patients with Dementia, children, learning disabilities and emergency department. If you want any further information contact us on [email protected] Please note that we will be monitoring registrations. If your job title, organisation and email address does not reflect the target audience we will decline your registration. As a result please enter your job title, organisation and work/professional email address.

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