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The NJR’s next regional event will be held in London

The National Joint Registry is calling all non-surgical staff in both the NHS and independent sector alike who are involved with the NJR – for example, from pre-assessment units, theatre, data entry, patient safety and clinical governance managers – to the next meeting in its programme of free-to-attend regional events.

As the NJR is a national mandatory audit, time can be requested from your managers to support your attendance as part of ongoing professional development training.

The free-to-attend event will take place in London on:
  • Thursday 19 October 2017, 10am – 4pm
  • Emmanuel Centre, 9-23 Marsham Street, London, SW1P 3DW


Regional event programme

Download the programme here >

The day will provide a unique networking opportunity for all those engaged with the NJR and involved in assuring data quality and patient safety. By attending the event, delegates will take away skills to demonstrate the highest possible standards of clinical governance that all hospitals strive to achieve:

  • Programme:

    10:00     Registration with tea, coffee and biscuits

    NJR DATA QUALITY

    10:25     Welcome and programme introduction, Susan Campey, NJR Regional Coordinator for London and Essex

    10.30     How NJR data is driving greater patient safety, Elaine Young, NJR Director of Operations

    10.45     Lessons from the NJR’s ongoing data quality audit, Carol Harrison, NJR Data Quality Service Lead (Northgate Public Services)

    11.05     Data anomaly submission monitoring, Anita Cannon, NJR Regional Coordinator for SE England

    11.25     Question and Answer session (all speakers)

    11:35     Tea and coffee break

    PATIENT PERSPECTIVE

    11.50     The development of a Patient Decision Aid for joint replacement, Professor Mark Wilkinson, NJR Steering Committee Public health and epidemiology member and chair, NJR Research Sub-committee

    12.10     The Patient’s Perspective, Sue Musson and Gillian Coward, NJR Steering Committee patient representative members

    12.45     Question and Answer session (all speakers)

    13.00     Networking lunch:  a sandwich lunch and refreshments will be provided

    NJR IN PRACTICE

    14.00     Validation of Revision Data for Lower Limb Arthroplasty, Irrum Afzal, South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre

    14.15     Large volume uploads - challenges and triumphs, Caren Dove, South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre

    14.30     Improving the NJR Data Quality compliance at North Middlesex, Marios Loucas, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

    14.45     Closing Question and Answer session (all speakers).  Chaired by Sebastian Dawson-Bowling, NJR Regional Clinical Coordinator, London

    15:00     Data entry demonstrations with tea, coffee and biscuits.  Optional session – NJR Regional Coordinators will be on hand to offer data entry demonstrations and any other 1:1 tutorials as required

    16:00     Close


    Who should attend?
    The one-day educational conference is aimed specifically for non-surgical healthcare staff engaged with the National Joint Registry.  The overarching theme will be on improving data quality and collection for hospital staff, for example, from pre-assessment units, theatre, data entry, patient safety and clinical governance managers.

    Consultants and surgical staff are encouraged to attend the BOA's 2017 Annual Congress which will be taking place at the ACC Liverpool from 19th – 22nd September 2017. The NJR will be presenting and exhibiting at the congress on consultant specific developments, initiatives and will be available throughout the duration of the congress to support any individual surgeon queries.


    Registration


    Numbers are strictly limited and pre-registration is compulsory.  Anyone interested in attending is advised to book a place without delay.

    To register your attendance please click here > or use the Eventbrite box below:

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