The Role of The Extended Surgical Team in the Digital World
The Faculty of Perioperative Care invites you to attend their 9th Annual Conference on 6-7 October 2023 in Birmingham.
The theme of this year's conference is "Perioperative Care in the Digital Era: Enhancing Patient Outcomes". As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, the conference program has been thoughtfully curated to address the challenges and opportunities presented by digital advancements in surgical patient care. Our esteemed line-up of experts will share their insights and experiences, providing a comprehensive view of the latest trends and best practices.
On Friday 6 October delegates will have the opportunity to experience hands on workshops and meet with industry clinical experts; whilst on Saturday 7 October, the main conference will explore the opportunities, challenges and considerations facing practitioners working with the technology emerging in support of the patient journey.
Prize: A Swann-Morton prize will be awarded to the winner of the Oral and Poster presentation. You will be informed whether your abstract has been successful and selected for oral or poster after submissions close on Sunday 10 September.
Read more about the sponsors HERE.
Surgical Care Practitioners (SCPs) and Surgical First Assistants (SFAs) are an integral part of the modern surgical workforce. The aim of the Faculty of Perioperative Care is to offer support and career development opportunities for practitioners in this field, with regards to education, training and the setting of RCSEd-accredited standards.
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and The Royal College of Surgeons of England are delighted to unveil the Managed Voluntary Register (MVR) for Surgical Care Practitioners alongside the new SCP Curriculum Framework.read more
12 September 2023
The Faculty of Perioperative Care (FPC) 9th Annual Conference is just a few weeks away! With a line-up of influential speakers and a programme packed with a vast range of topics in the field of perioperative care, this Conference is open to all multidisciplinary team members to attend on 7 October in Birmingham.
5 September 2023
The Faculty of Perioperative Care seeks to support practitioners working as part of the extended surgical team in a variety of ways. Educational and developmental opportunities number amongst these endeavours and those readers who have attended the annual conference will know that the poster abstract competition is an ongoing commitment by the Faculty to the development of beginning researchers. The publication of this paper is an example of the Faculty supporting a practitioner’s professional development.
24 August 2023
The Faculty is pleased to introduce two leading organisations within the medical industry, Alldoq and Inovus Medical as gold sponsors of the 9th Annual FPC Conference.