A&E- Big Questions and Future Priorities (1 day workshop), Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre, Tuesday, 01. October 2019

Did the cuts to social care lead to increases in urgent care?
What's the impact of GPs in A&E?
Is it feasible to predict pressures in A&E?
What do you think are the big questions facing A&E services? 

This FREE one-day session in Birmingham will bring you up to date on the most recent analysis and research into A&E delivery and operations, as well as giving you the rare opportunity to help set the priorities for future analysis.
A great opportunity to earn a day of CPD in an interactive and enjoyable setting.
There’s too often a disconnect between researchers and the realities of frontline delivery. We want to start to change that – by giving delegates the chance to explore some of the ‘Big Questions’ with us, and more importantly, to let them shape the agenda for future analysis.
We’re keen to involve a wide range of staff working in or on A&E, so this workshop would be suitable for:

A&E clinicians of any grade or background

Other staff working in A&E

Managers involved in A&E

Commissioners of A&E services

Key-note addresses will be followed by a series of parallel session where delegates will be free to attend the topics that interest them most.  Then in the afternoon delegates will be involved in identifying and prioritising the next Big Questions for A&E.  We'll seek funding to take forward the questions that come out on top.
Lunch and refreshments are provided. 

Key-note addresses
Context Matters: Recognising Silent Misdiagnoses in the Accident and Emergency Department  - Prof. Al Mulley, Director of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
The impact of GPs in emergency departments: early findings from the 'GPs in EDs' study - Prof Adrian Edwards & Dr Alison Cooper, Division of Population Medicine, Cardiff University

Parallel Sessions

Did the cuts to social care budgets lead to increases in urgent care? Paul Seamer, the Strategy Unit

Understanding the decline in performance against the 4-hour A&E target, Steven Wyatt, the Strategy Unit

Do Psychiatric Liaison Services reduce admissions via A&E? Paul Seamer, the Strategy Unit

Will adding delirium to the NEWS2 Score increase the number of alerts? Prof Mohammed A Mohammed, the Strategy Unit

What has driven the increase in ambulance queuing at A&E depts? Stacey Croft, the Strategy Unit

Does having more staff, cubicles and rooms in A&E improve the timeliness of care? Sarah Jackson, the Strategy Unit

How does bed occupancy and ED crowding influence decisions to admit? Steven Wyatt, the Strategy Unit

Is it feasible to predict pressures in A&E? Paul Seamer, the Strategy Unit

Developing a Model of Care for A&E provision in Central Lancashire, Kelly Bishop & Sophie Hargreaves, NHS Transformation Unit

Stock and Flow: Monitoring pressures in an ED in real-time, Andrew McCann, NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit

The Strategy Unit is a team of NHS staff, based in the West Midlands, helping the NHS to improve by conducting analysis, research and evaluations.   Our work on trends in admission thresholds via A&E, the causes of deterioration against the 4-hr target and the impact of social care cuts on emergency hospital admissions has received national recognition.

Tuesday, 01. October 2019, Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre, A&E- Big Questions and Future Priorities (1 day workshop)

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