Please note: This is an NOA members only event. The link to access the forum can be found in the members area of the website here.
The next Orthopaedic Quality Improvement (including Clinical Audit) Network (OQICAN) Learning Forum is on Tuesday 30 November,12pm – 1:30pm and will feature presentations from:
- Effectiveness of a COVID-19 patient care pathway at an elective orthopaedic site (Wrightington Hospital)– Mr Viraj Gandbhir, International Training Fellow, Wrightington Wigan and Leigh Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
- 6 and 12 month quality of life following hip and knee revision arthroplasty– Dr Rachel Baumber, Consultant Anaesthetics and Intensive Care, Chair Resuscitation Committee and Perioperative Research Lead, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust
- Evaluating the feasibility of remotely delivering and scoring the North Star Ambulatory Assessment (NSAA) in ambulant patients with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)– Nicholas Emery, Neuromuscular Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, the Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS FT
The Learning Forums are part of the wider OQICAN programme (you can read more on the OQICAN webpage in the Members Area of the NOA Website- if you’re not yet registered, you can do so here) and are designed to share quality improvement and clinical audit work through presentations and discussions with peers in other orthopaedic departments and organisations.
This might be:
– A current or recent project (within the last 12 months)
– Results and findings of a project and the opportunity to discuss with peers, what next?
– A completed project that may have significance to a wider, multi-organisational audience
– Outline for a planned project where input from peers would be valuable
Please note this is the final OQICAN Learning Forum this year.
If you would like to put yourself or your audit team forward to present during a future forum, please complete the form on the the OQICAN webpage.
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