Personalised care in pancreatic cancer workshop
9th June 2022, 09.00 - 11.00, virtual via Zoom
Take part in our workshop exploring personalised care for pancreatic cancer patients and what best practice in this area might look like.
What is personalised care? Personalised care focuses on including the patient and making them the centre of their journey, whilst addressing their holistic needs and linking the patient in with other hospital services, healthcare professionals, peer support and community services.
For UGI / HPB CNSs and other Allied Healthcare Professionals working closely with pancreatic cancer patients, in the workshop, you will have the opportunity to:
- discuss current practice with your colleagues from across the UK
- establish what is working well and what isn’t working so well
- define what best practice might look like
- consider the role of the CNS and wider clinical community in delivering personalised care
- identify any barriers and potential solutions to address these issues
If you’re interested in giving a short, informal presentation on your approach to personalised care, we’d love to hear from you – please get in touch with us.
On the agenda
- 09.00 – 09.20: Welcome, overview of the Optimal Care Pathway initiative and patient reported issues – Georgia Papacleovoulou, Health Intelligence and Improvement Lead, Pancreatic Cancer UK
- 09.20 – 09.40: What is personalised care and why? Our practice in Stockport – Steph Gooder, Lead HPB CNS, Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport
- 09.40 – 09.45: Short break
- 09.45 – 10.45: Group discussions
In small breakout groups, we will discuss the following areas, including current practice, what is and isn’t working well, what best practice might look like, any barriers and potential solutions, and the role of the wider clinical community in delivering these:
- Holistic Needs Assessments; Health & wellbeing events; Treatment summaries
- Communications between different teams; Patient impact statements in MDT
- Information around supportive care; Existing services (hospital and community) and referrals
- Provision of CNSs, Cancer Care Coordinators and the wider clinical community in delivering personalised care and making this the responsibility of all
- How should personalised care be incorporated into the pathway?
- 10.45 – 11.00: Consensus polls, next steps and close
Please note that timings are subject to change.
Who is this session for?
This workshop is designed for UGI / HPB CNSs and other Allied Healthcare Professionals working closely with pancreatic cancer patients such as dietitians, cancer care co-ordinators, patient navigators etc.
It is an opportunity to come together to discuss current practice in personalised care for pancreatic cancer patients, establish best practice, and identify any barriers with potential solutions.
What platform will this session be hosted on?
This event will be held on Zoom. After you book, you will receive an email via Zoom with the joining details. You can join on a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone – any device with an internet connection.
If you don’t have access to the internet, you can also dial in from a standard telephone though we recommend joining with a device that has a camera and microphone so you can take part in the group discussions.
Will I receive a certificate of attendance?
Everyone who joins the session live on the day will get access to their certificate of attendance upon filling in the feedback form. Certificates are only available to live attendees.
Will the session be recorded?
Yes – the first half of the session will be recorded, where the speakers are happy to be recorded. If speakers do not wish to be recorded, then we won’t share the recording of their presentation. The second half discussions won’t be recorded in order to allow all attendees to feel comfortable sharing and discussing their ideas.
After the event, we will email all registrants with a link to the recording and presentation slides. For the best experience, we recommend joining live so you can take part in the group discussions.
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