Event_21/06/2017 Strategies and Solutions for Urgent and Emergency Care @masons301265 @CURE_SCHARR #BigData #CLAHRCs

STRATEGIES AND SOLUTIONS FOR URGENT AND EMERGENCY AND CARE

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 from 12:00 to 16:00 (BST)

The Source Skills Academy
Meadowhall
300 Meadowhall Way
S9 1EA Sheffield
United Kingdom

The NIHR CLAHRC YH Avoiding Attendances and Admissions Theme is holding a half day event to:

1) Showcase the findings of their routine linked data analysis and evaluation projects in emergency and urgent care.

2) Identify key interventions and strategies in emergency and urgent care (EUC) settings which have the potential to address some of the problems facing the system, such as rising demand and an ageing population with complex needs, and should be the focus of further evaluation.

Central to the event will be presentations on key work and analysis from our large data linkage studies examining pathways of care through the EUC system (pre-hospital 999/111 and acute hospital) for key patient groups, including:

  • Frail older people
  • Avoidable admissions
  • Non-urgent ED attenders

Workshops will also be held in which delegates will be invited to consider the evidence presented by the theme and identify key interventions which will most likely have the greatest impact on reducing strain on the emergency and urgent care centre.

REGISTER HERE 

Find the programme for the day here

For further information please contact: Ric Campbell r.j.campbell@sheffield.ac.uk

The AAA theme is funded and supported by the NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Yorkshire and Humber (NIHR CLAHRC YH). www.clahrc-yh.nihr.ac.uk.

 

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