Virtual Wards & Remote Patient Monitoring Webinar

Online | Wednesday 1 November, 14:00
Free to watch on-demand

Event Chair: Professor Natasha Phillips, Founder, Future Nurse 

The emergence of virtual wards and remote patient monitoring has transformed the way nurses provide care to patients.

This webinar will be in two parts:

Session one: Virtual wards & remote patient monitoring

In this session, nurses will explore the functions of virtual wards and remote patient monitoring, and how these technologies can enhance patient care, increase access to care and decrease healthcare delivery costs.

Topics include:

  • Identify the types of patients who can benefit from virtual wards and remote patient monitoring 
  • Discuss the benefits of virtual wards and remote patient monitoring to patients and healthcare providers 
  • Identify the skills and knowledge required to use virtual wards and remote patient monitoring effectively 
  • Develop a plan for integrating virtual wards and remote patient monitoring into nursing practice, including considerations for patient education and care coordination

Speaker: Gordon Elder, Regional Chief Nursing Information Officer, Northeast & Yorkshire, NHS England

Session two: A day in the life of a Doccla remote monitoring nurse

This session will provide practical examples of pathways where this is being delivered currently.

Topics include:

  • What are the clinical competencies to deliver this type of care?
  • Building the right clinical team to deliver the care
  • The Doccla platform pathway showcase

Speaker: Rebecca Ashworth, Lead nurse for Clinical Engagement/Clinical Safety Offcer, Doccla

Learning outcomes:

Learn about using remote patient monitoring to enable monitoring of patients outside of conventional clinical settings, such as in the home or in a remote area, increasing access to care and decreasing healthcare delivery costs. Find out what it is like to be a remote monitoring nurse and how to build the right clinical team.

You can also earn CPD points by receiving an attendance certificate post event