Accident and Emergency Care Study Days

At Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

"Most useful day in a long time”, "Each session gave a new innovative idea" – just two of the comments we’ve had so far about the study days at Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Meeting the changing demands of the population is one of the biggest challenges facing the NHS with Emergency Medicine being hit particularly hard. Join us at Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to see how the trust redesigned their ED workforce model, patient pathways and hospital flow in response to the changing environment, with positive results for staff and patients.
The day includes a tour and presentations from clinical and operations directors and leads on a range of themes, including: Emergency Department design and care pathways, maintaining flow, system transformation, continuous improvement, what makes a top hospital: accident and emergency care and the short stay unit. 
If you are facing challenges of Emergency Department blockages, pathway limitations, increased demand and challenging targets then this study day will provide a forum to share ideas and see best practice in action.
Please note: Spaces are limited to 10 places per study day so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Cost: £130 per person
  • Tuesday 17 November - FULLY BOOKED
  • Friday 20 November  - FULLY BOOKED
  • Tuesday 24 November - POSTPONED to February/March 2016.

Please register your interest by emailing:  or calling 01332 787440.
All days start at 9.00am and finish at 4.15pm
Who is the study day for?
The day is designed for all acute trust staff with an interest in improving accident and emergency care services, from operations/medical directors to clinical leads and emergency department teams.