iSRRS 2018: Prevention & Treatment of Deterioration
The 14th International Conference on Rapid Response Systems & Medical Emergency Teams
The International Society for Rapid Response Systems will join with the HSJ’s Patient Safety Congress and Patient Safety Awards in 2018 to deliver a two-day landmark event to help dramatically improve patient outcomes and safety in healthcare.
The International Conference on Rapid Response Systems & Medical Emergency Teams is the leading deteriorating patients and rapid response meeting in the world, addressing the number one cause of avoidable deaths in hospital.
In 2018 it will be co-located with the Congress on 9-10 July at Manchester Central in a move which will deliver more sessions and bring together clinical experts and leading voices on patient safety.
Key themes to be addressed in 2018 include:
- World leading clinicians and researchers discussing best practice and innovation from Britain, Europe, America, Asia and Australia
- Why hospitals aren’t safer: what they must do to be better (clinician led change, the patient role)
- Managing deterioration from care home to intensive care
- How to make it easy to do the right thing
- Measuring and improving rapid response processes and outcomes
- First reports of new rapid response multicentre studies
- State of the art in critical cases: sepsis, AKI, and other clinical challenges
- Engaging the board and policymakers
- Technology for high-risk patients and Rapid Response Systems: what’s new, what’s next
- The acute care - end of life care interface
- Multi professional working
- Optimising education, training and clinical competence
- Specialist care in maternity, paediatrics, cancer and the frail elderly
Delegates attending both events will be able to network and share ideas in shared streams and plenary sessions, and explore the education and training opportunities from an expanded and more interactive exhibition space.
- Learn from and network with experts
- Ask questions and challenge speakers
- Go away with relevant, actionable ideas
- Network and share ideas in shared streams and plenary sessions
- Explore the education and training opportunities from an expanded and more interactive exhibition space
The conference programme can be found at the bottom of the page.
For further information and conference registration check out the website here.