CPD Webinar: Virtual Wards, Lessons Learned
Free CPD webinar for nurses worth 2 hours CPD that examines progress made with virtual wards and the practical lessons learned in their development so far
The second in our two-part Virtual Wards CPD webinar series.
As plans for the wide-spread roll out of virtual wards move from vision to reality, innumerable lessons are being learned by nurses across the country about how to deliver them in practice, across multi-disciplinary teams.
Building on the insights of our November event, this valuable forum for sharing ideas and reflecting on realities will pull together the experiences of new and more established virtual wards – developing a picture of what good looks like, and how it can be achieved. Benefit from the collective insights of teams facing the same challenges as you and get a current understanding of what the national picture looks like. Build a solid foundation for the cross-organisational delivery of virtual wards which improve patient outcomes and provide a supportive framework for nurses and their colleagues.
This webinar, the second in our two-part virutal wards series, took place place on Wednesday 1 February 2023.
Watch it on-demand at a time that suits you, and add two hours CPD into your RCNi Revalidation Portfolio.
The first in our two-part Virtual Wards CPD webinar series took place on Tuesday 22 November 2022.
This practical and informative webinar brings together expert speakers with hands-on experience to assess the different models available, the workforce implications of running virtual wards within an integrated care model, and patient outcomes and experience.
Watch part one on-demand
- Virtual wards: how they work and their opportunities for nurses
- How to set up a virtual frailty ward and ensure continuity of care
- Improving safety by developing trust with a just culture
- Learning module: The effect of organisational culture on patient safety
- Learning module: Promoting patient safety through effective communication and teamwork
This event was sponsored by HomeLink Healthcare and Baywater Healthcare