Each year, over 10 million patients undergo surgery in the NHS, with 250,000 of those being classified as ‘high risk’. There is a need to understand and improve the care of patients before, during and after surgery, which is the basis of perioperative medicine.
This joint course run by the University of Birmingham and TRIPOM aims to improve the integrated, patient-centred care and multidisciplinary management of surgical patients. The course promotes perioperative medicine as a powerful framework to improve the care of our surgical patients across specialties and supports course delegates to implement this approach in their own clinical practice.
Confirmed topics include:
- Perioperative management of patients with liver disease
- The role of the geriatrician in perioperative care
- Setting up a prehab service
Perioperative diabetes management
Dates of the course:
30th June 2023
How to apply:
Registration is open, you can register for the course using a debit/credit on the university's online shop. The courses have minimum required attendance levels and the University reserves the right to cancel or postpone the course if the minimum required number of delegates has not been achieved for the course.
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