20th May 2022: 13.00 – 14.00 hrs. The Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) national report for geriatric medicine – opportunities to improve frailty care. Dr Adrian Hopper, GIRFT clinical lead for geriatric medicine, and Dr Jennifer Burns, president of the British Geriatrics Society (BGS), will be co-hosting a webinar to discuss opportunities to improve frailty care in England. This session will be discussing how the implementation of the report recommendations can help quality improvement in frailty care, as well as the importance from a user perspective. Click here to register.
8th June 2022: 13.00 – 14.00 hrs. GIRFT webinar: Getting stroke care right first time. Dr David Hargroves and Dr Deb Lowe, GIRFT joint clinical leads for stroke, will be hosting a webinar to discuss how we can get stroke care right first time. The webinar will be discussing the 29 key recommendations in the national report that will help to transform stroke care within the NHS. Click here to register.
9th June 2022: 12.00 – 13.00 hrs. GIRFT webinar: making the best use of children and young people’s mental health in-patient beds. Dr Guy Northover, GIRFT national clinical lead for children and young people’s mental health services, will be hosting a webinar to discuss how to ensure the right young people, at the right point in the urgent care pathway, receive the right crisis intervention. The webinar will be discussing how implementation of the recommendations in the national report can help make the best use of CYP mental health in-patient beds. Click here to register.
Dates for your diaries
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27th June 2022: 12.30 – 13.30. The Getting It Right First Time national report for acute general medicine
7th July 2022: 13.00 – 14.00 hrs. The Getting It Right First Time national report for neonatology
11th July 2022: 12.30 – 13.30 hrs. GIRFT webinar: Strengthening community mental health rehabilitation services
14th July 2022: 13.00 – 14.00. GIRFT neonatology webinar: workforce and the way forward
5th April 2022: Getting It Right First Time – addressing unwarranted variation in adult critical care. Anna Batchelor, GIRFT clinical lead for adult critical care, co-hosted a webinar with the Intensive Care Society and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine to discuss how the recommendations of the GIRFT national report can address unwarranted variation in adult critical care. The session looked at post-critical care follow-up and rehabilitation, and meeting the GPICS standards. Click here for recording.
9th March 2022: Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) and Association of British Neurologists (ABN) webinar: How can we improve acute neurology services? GIRFT clinical lead Dr Geraint Fuller hosted a webinar to discuss key recommendations from the GIRFT neurology national report on acute neurology services. He was joined by the chair of the ABN acute neurology special interest group, Dr Holger Allroggen, who presented on how to introduce acute neurology services, looking at the blockers and enablers. Click here for recording.
10th February 2022: The Getting It Right First Time breast surgery programme – moving our recommendations forward. Tracey Irvine and Fiona McNeill, authors of the GIRFT national report for breast surgery, joined by colleagues from across the country presented on what GIRFT means to them; how their GIRFT visit and data has helped them understand and improve their service, and how they have been using the GIRFT principles throughout the pandemic to continue to keep services safe and aid recovery. Click here for recording.
9th February 2022: Getting It Right First Time in paediatric dentistry: improving service delivery and care for children. The third and final webinar in our series supporting the national report for hospital dentistry. This session looked at how GIRFT’s recommendations can lead to better quality data in paediatric dentistry, including a wider coding review, ensuring the system supports clinical engagement and co-operation. Click here for recording.
Please contact [email protected] if you wish to view a recording of a webinar not listed above. Webinars related to GIRFT methodology or associated projects can also be found in the GIRFT Academy Best Practice Library