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The power to take full control of life after stoma formation

Thu, Nov 19, 2020 · 6:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

This webinar will explore the presenter’s experience of designing a best-practice pathway to provide patients with the power to take control of life after stoma formation. At each stage, this interactive session will involve the audience and draw on conversations with patients who have first-hand experience of being on this pathway – which was co-authored by the presenter as part of a taskforce to raise the profile of stoma care nurses.
The webinar will unpack what goes into developing an evidence-based best-practice pathway, to ensure that it protects patient safety, promotes adherence and provides access to expert support. It will also be a live demonstration of the value that collaborating with patients, by soliciting and responding to their feedback, can have for service improvement.
The session will emphasise the importance of responding with flexibility, both to individual patient needs and to external challenges (such as a pandemic), as well as going above and beyond the minimum standards set by guidelines and pathways. Finally, the presenter will show how all of this can be used to raise the profile of specialist stoma care nursing, in a way that demonstrates value, makes a positive impact for patients and helps break down the sense of stigma around having a stoma.

The webinar is organised by the British Journal of Nursing and Stoma Tips, and is kindly sponsored by Pelican Healthcare and Respond Healthcare.

To apply for CPD after watching on-demand, please email nurseledconferences@markallengroup.com

Agenda
  • Understand the development of an evidence-based best-practice pathway for safe and supportive stoma care
  • Actively collaborate with patients to improve service quality
  • Respond flexibly to patient needs and external challenges, beyond the minimum standards set by guidelines
  • Raise the profile of stoma care nursing, demonstrate value and break stigma around having a stoma
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Lead Stoma Care Nurse Specialist
Natasha Rolls is the Lead Stoma Care Nurse Specialist at University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust. She previously worked in medicine, surgical and ward nursing at St Thomas’ Hospital, London, and Gloucester Royal Hospital. Natasha presents regularly, and, in 2019, she was awarded Best Oral Presenter at ASCN UK for her enthusiastic advocacy for patient-centred service improvement, achieved through collaboration with ‘experts by experience’. In 2020, she was received the BJN Stoma Care Nurse of the Year award for her part in a taskforce raising the profile of the stoma care nursing and publishing guidance for leaders in commissioning best-practice services.
Webinar hosting presenter Benjamin Wakefield
Editor, Gastrointestinal Nursing
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