Free Emergency Admissions Conference from ScHARR

tuoslogo_key_bw_medThe implications of new research for managing and avoiding emergency admissions 

Emergency admissions are often necessary. However, some patients may be managed appropriately using alternatives to hospital beds.

A number of research studies on emergency admissions, funded by the National Institute of Health Research (Health Services and Delivery Research), have been completed recently. This conference will present the findings from these studies before the reports are published, as well as findings from other recent research on emergency admissions. We will consider the implications of this research for how emergency admissions are managed and avoided if unnecessary.

The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) welcome policy makers, commissioners, service providers, members of the public and researchers to their free conference entitled “The implications of new research for managing and avoiding emergency admissions”.

Programme details are available here.

You can register here.

The conference is being held at the Wellcome Collection on Euston Road, London on Monday the 1st of December 2014.  If you wish to attend then please complete the online registration form via the above link. Registration is free.

More information on ScHARR is available here.