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Surgical on-calls: Post-Operative complications, Common vascular/orthopaedic presentations on-call

24th Aug 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
24th Aug 2023
5:00 - 6:00pm (GMT)
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Attendance certificate available
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The Severn Foundation Cases is an educational platform, designed to deliver deanery-wide teaching to foundation trainees across the Severn & Peninsula Deanery.

All teaching is endorsed by the Severn Foundation School and Health Education England. Certificates of attendance will be provided for all sessions attended. Teaching hours can be logged as non-core teaching hours on your Horus personal learning log, and will contribute to your total teaching hours (60 hours total, of which a minimum of 30 hours of non-core teaching required to pass ARCP).

Summary

Session lead: Chris Waters, Core Surgical Trainee, Vascular Surgery NBT This upcoming session, Surgical on-calls: Post-Operative Complications and Common Vascular/Orthopaedic Presentations on-call explores potential post-operative complications across common specialties, and provides specialized teaching about common on-call presentations and management for medical professionals. Attendees will receive an understanding of non-accidental and spontaneous causes of, and management for, common postoperative complications. They will also learn how to appropriately manage their time and resources while on-call. This is an invaluable opportunity to obtain training for medical professionals who are involved in on-call procedures. All medical professionals interested in increasing their knowledge and skills about on-call procedures and post-operative complications should attend.

Learning objectives

1. Identify common post-operative complications and management strategies for each 2. Analyse the symptoms of vascular and orthopaedic conditions and distinguish between them 3. Communicate effectively in relaying pertinent clinical information to doctors in charge 4. Consider local protocols and patient factors when formulating acute management plans 5. Distinguish the difference in management strategies for on-call vs routine outpatient care and liaise with other members of healthcare team to ensure appropriate delivery of care.
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24th Aug 2023
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