With over 28 years experience in perioperative care and using staff learning from a never event, Maxine Page speaks about the experience of a mental health patient undergoing elective surgery.
This presentation follows the journey of a patient with mental health needs. The patient and her carers had 2 very different experiences and these will be explored from the perspective of the patient and her family. It will provide an insight on how hospital processes can affect a patient who requires reasonable adjustments and the carers
- To provide practical guidance on how to enhance patient and carer experience
- To explore opportunities and strategies which can improve perioperative patient care for mental health patients
-For practitioners to be able to reflect on their own practice and departments to improve patient care
I have over 28 years of perioperative experience, the last 11 years as the Matron for theatres, PACU, pre assessment and the day surgery unit at Princess Alexandra Hospital. I have undertaken primary research in staff learning from a never event....
Dawn Stott has been the CEO of AfPP for the past ten years. She has worked in healthcare for around 30 years and has experience within the primary and secondary care environment. Dawn has led on the reshaping of the organisation and developed...