Acute Frailty and Surgical Ambulatory Emergency Care Networks

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  • Bio

The Acute Frailty (AFN) and Surgical Ambulatory Emergency Care (SAEC) Networks are 12 month improvement programmes that support participating sites to rapidly improve acute emergency services. These are professional networks with a particular focus on frail older people and same day discharge. The programmes are delivered by an experienced team of clinicians, operational managers and improvement leaders and are made up of national collaborative events, masterclasses, site visits, webinars and on-site individual support for participating teams. Both AFN and SAEC are supported by the NHS working with partners from ADASS, SAM, the third sector and the Royal Colleges.

  • Our Previous Events

  • Urgent Care: Improving Patient Flow

    • 21-09-2017
    • 08:30 - 16:30
    • Manchester Conference Centre