Desiree's Roundtable | Adverse outcomes and patient optimisation
Release Date: 03/26/2019
Coming from this year's "21st Current Controversies in Anaesthesia & Peri-Operative Medicine and SIAA Autumn Congress" at the Dingle Skellig Hotel, Ireland, this podcast gives you a chance to learn more about our lead presenter. What have been the highlights of her time working with the TopMedTalk team so far? Why did she become so compelled to advocate Enhanced Recovery and Perioperative Medicine? Also, what is the conference like and why do so many people rave about Dingle, Ireland? Presented by Vicki Morton, Doctor of Nursing Practice and Director of Clinical and Quality Outcomes at...info_outline TopMedTalks to ... | Houman Javedan
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Adverse outcomes, we all know they happen but how do we handle them, record them and avoid them in the first place? The discussion then moves to (Patient Recorded Outcome Measures) PROMS.
Patient optimisation is then discussed. Exercise, could it be so effective because it works as an anti inflammatory? A deep dive into the research on that is contained in this conversation.
The RELIEF trial is discussed as the team get into a discussion about what a patient sees as a good outcome. How do we communicate the risks, possible benefits and limitations, of surgery to patients?
The "P.R.E.P." website mentioned is here: https://www.prepwell.co.uk/
Desiree Chappell and Joff Lacey are presenting with their guests Dr Mark Edwards, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at The University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and Professor Gerard Danjoux, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Sleep Medicine at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.