LCNUK Annual Workshop 2020

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The 17th Annual LCNUK Workshop will take place on the evening of Monday 10th February through to Tuesday 11th February 2020 .

Participants  who  commit to the chosen project  are required to be involved in adhoc telephone conferencing and a follow up meeting on September 15th 2020.

Excellent opportunity for professional development...

This is an ideal opportunity for members to explore and get involved in a highly relevant project which will help support professional development and contribute towards revalidation requirements.  Previous projects have been presented at both LCNUK and BTOG and at the World Conference on Lung Cancer.

Previous Projects include:-

  • How to improve working partnerships with Primary Care in order to prevent avoidable emergency attendance for patients for lung cancer
  • Can the early intervention of the LCNS reduce the length of stay for patients admitted via the emergency route on first presentation
  • Setting up  nurse-led clinics 
  • Improving Survivorship Through Pre-habilitation at the Start of the Journey for lung cancer and mesothelioma. 
  • All the past projects have helped to improve the outcomes and experience of care for patients with Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma as well as helping  to secure the Lung CNS role.

This year's workshop will follow the same format as 2018 and the topic -  The implication of the CNS role with the development of new ways of working, incorporating nurse led clinics, the NOLCP and advances in immunotherapy treatments- has already been selected although the specifics of the project have not yet been agreed and you will have the opportunity to help shape the project.  

Attendance and registration costs are covered by LCNUK. Standard class travel expenses up to a maximum of £250 will be refunded by LCNUK subject to completion of an expenses claim form and accompanied by receipts where appropriate.

When
10th February, 2020 6:00 PM   through   11th February, 2020 4:00 PM

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