The NHS Surgery Conference 2021: Innovating through backlogs

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02nd Mar 2022
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Our upcoming NHS Surgery Conference 2021: Innovating through backlogs will provide a platform for NHS based surgeons to listen and learn about new policy and best practice while networking and sharing insights with NHS based and international peers.
The NHS Surgery Conference 2021: Innovating through backlogs

Surgical innovation has an essential role in surgical practice. Over the last 50 years in particular, innovations have improved patient outcomes, reduced complication rates and length of hospital stay, all while decreasing morbidity and mortality. Of course, this carries risks without proper evaluation, governance and training.

We are in truly exciting times for NHS innovation, the recent pandemic has provided the perfect catalyst for innovation scale-up, and surgery departments are not missing out on the party.

The Royal College of Surgeons recently published their Future of Surgery blueprint which provides an exciting look at the technology and services being implemented across surgery departments and the impact it is having on staff and patients alike.

The plans identify 4 core technologies that will drive this future surgical landscape: Minimally invasive surgery, Imaging (AR/VR), Big data/ Genomics and Specialist interventions.

These advancements in technology are timely as the NHS faces its biggest backlog in planned surgery to date, the number of patients awaiting treatment hit a record high of 4.46 million in November 2020.

Our upcoming NHS Surgery Conference 2021: Innovating through backlogs will provide a platform for NHS based surgeons to listen and learn about new policy and best practice while networking and sharing insights with NHS based and international peers.

Key event subjects:

• Safely and sustainably managing the NHS backlogs.
• The role of digital technologies in supporting NHS recovery.
• The future of Surgery
• Emerging tech: AI/VR
• Staffing and Recruitment

Join us at our 2nd Future of Surgery virtual conference, all NHS Employees are provided with a fully funded and CPD accredited delegate pass.

Research sources for NHS Surgery Conference 2021: Innovating through backlogs: Royal College of Surgeons, BMJ, NHS England / Improvement.
https://www.convenzis.co.uk/events/nhs-surgery-conference-2021-innovating-through-backlogs/

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Agenda
02
Mar
The NHS Surgery Conference 2021: Innovating through backlogs
10:50 - 14:35
Speakers
Professor Neil Mortensen, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (Invited)
Exploring the Future of Surgery: Forecasts and Challenges

Minimally invasive surgery, Imaging (AR/VR), Big data/ Genomics and Specialist interventions. Let’s take an interactive look at what the future of surgery might look like for NHS.
Andrew Carr, Nuffield Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Oxford, Head of Departme
NHS Surgery backlog: Exploring new models of care to help sustainability, manage and reduce backlogs.

Andrew Carr, along with colleagues, James A Smith, Jenny Camaradou and Daniel Prieto-Alhambra, have been exploring the current surgical backlog, both nationally and globally. This session aims to share insight on the new models of delivery needed to help manage and ultimately reduce the current backlog.
Jayant Vaidya Professor of Surgery and Oncology at University College London (Confirmed)
TBC
Professor Tan Arulampalam, Consultant Surgeon, Visiting Professor of Surgery, Anglia Ruskin Universi
Exploring innovations in laparoscopic surgery

Professor Tan Arulampalam is a Consultant Surgeon, Visiting Professor of Surgery, Anglia Ruskin University School of Medicine and Treasurer of the Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons and will take us on an interactive journey through some of the latest developments in the area.
Joel Dunning, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon (Invited)
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is now at the forefront of UK robotic surgery

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has become one of only three NHS trusts in the country to have three of its own surgical robots – and now has the potential to become a national centre of excellence.
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