9th Annual FPC Conference: The Role of the Extended Surgical Team in the Digital World
- When is this course held?
7 Oct 2023 (1 date)
- Where is this course held?
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- Birmingham - Other
- How much does this course cost?
From £70.00 - View more information below
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- Is CPD awarded for this course?
Yes, 6 hour
- Course/Event group: Faculties Course | See more Faculties Courses
The Faculty of Perioperative Care invites you to attend its 9th annual conference. The programme of esteemed speakers will bring together aspects of surgical patient care in the digital era, explore professional development and consider the importance of self-care.
The in-person conference will provide you with the opportunity to network with those in similar roles, and build your knowledge of a vast range of topics related to your role in Perioperative Care.
Please see the attached programme for the full list of speakers and talks.
This meeting is open to all perioperative practitioners, as well as surgeons who work closely with advanced practitioners (e.g. Surgical Care Practitioners, Surgical First Assistants, Physician Associates and Operating Department Practitioners) and have an interest in the future of the surgical team.
Conference and practical hands-on workshop
Aims & Objectives
The Conference will provide a face-to-face learning experience for perioperative non-medical practitioners working across the spectrum of different surgical specialties; enabling you to meet, and hear discuss and debate from a range of speakers on the theme of The Role of the Extended Surgical Team in the Digital World
On Friday 6 October, delegates will have the opportunity to participate in a hands-on workshop and meet with industry clinical experts.
The Conference on Saturday 7 October will explore the opportunities, challenges and considerations facing practitioners working with the emerging technology in support of the patient journey.
In addition, the response of the extended surgical team to the challenges that emerged during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and the opportunities for service development generated will be addressed.
- Full Conference and Workshop fee: £100.00
- Full Conference only fee: £90.00
- FPC Members Conference and Workshop fee: £80.00
- FPC Members Conference only fee: £70.00
Prize: A Swann-Morton first prize will be awarded to the winner of the oral and poster presentation. You will be informed whether your abstract has been successful and selected for oral or poster after submissions close on Sunday 10 September.
(for more information about submission and prizes, please see Abstracts guidelines under Additional Information).
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