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Surgical Holdings: The Operating Theatres Conference

A CPD Accredited Conference.

This February, Surgical Holdings’ are gladly exhibiting at The Operating Theatres Conference, held in Manchester, at the Manchester Central Convention Centre. For the entire day, you will experience leading experts discuss the future of surgery in the NHS.

There are various, interesting topics up for discussion on the agenda throughout the day, including the following:

• Newest Innovations in Surgical Technologies

• Implications of the latest Government Health Policies

• The role that the private sector can play in addressing staff shortages

“Everyone in the NHS will be pulling out all the stops to make sure all patients get their surgery as quickly as possible.” – NHS England

By attending the conference on the 14th February, you will discover new and innovative strategies, which will maximise the efficiency of operations and the operating theatres will gain valuable, real-life examples and experience of successful best practice in action. With the entire exhibition awaiting to be explored, world-leading manufacturers and suppliers will be showcasing their new and exciting products for you to view and their knowledgeable staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. It is the perfect opportunity to examine and test new technology and learn how it could be used to improve standards, outcomes and forge lasting business partnerships.

Whilst at the conference, there will be an opportunity to connect with over 200 high quality delegates, who specialise in the following fields:

• Design

• Use of and managing of operating theatres

• Problem solve shared challenges

Learning from the expertise of others at the conference, you will be able to attend a variety of topical seminars, with engaging and interactive activities. This will include keynote panel discussions with the operating theatre specialists and the opportunity to quiz regional and national experts from across the NHS board, discussing the best practice and latest solutions to the most common challenges faced.

“An October 2017 report by NHS Improvement found that two hours of surgery are being lost every day due to poor scheduling. It estimated that NHS hospitals could perform an additional 280,000 routine operations a year through better planning and organisation. In May 2016, official NHS statistics revealed more than 74,000 last-minute cancellations of hospital operations in England, the highest in 15 years. Staff shortages, pressure on A&E departments and a lack of available social care for discharged patients are thought to be the main causes.” – The Operating Theatres Conference

Thank you for reading the above post and we hope to see you at the conference on Thursday. If you have any questions, or require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the dedicated office team on: 01702 602050 or email:

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