Enhanced Recovery Meeting a Major Success
PEI’s recent Enhanced Recovery: Developing a Strategy for the Future meeting was a major success, with attendees finding the content covered to be both informative and relevant to their practice.
The meeting, which took place at the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland, Dublin on Wednesday last (2nd May), focused on enhanced recovery programmes in practice, at home and abroad. It consisted of talks by key opinion leaders and an interactive panel discussion.
Talks were given by:
• Prof. Michael (Monty) Mythen
Smiths Medical Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, University College Hospital, London
Speaking on: “Update on the National Enhanced Recovery Programme for England”
• Mr Alan Horgan
Consultant Colorectal Surgeon and National Clinical Lead for the Department of Health’s Enhanced Recovery Partnership Programme
Speaking on: “Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: Development of a National Programme”
• Dr Noreen P. Dowd
Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in Cardiac Anaesthesia, St. James’s Hospital
Speaking on: “Feedback on Targeted Volume Management using Oesophageal Doppler Monitor in Patients Undergoing Major Colorectal Surgery – The St. James’s Hospital Experience”
The panel discussion also featured Ms Deborah McNamara, Consultant General & Colorectal Surgeon, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin.
The success of this meeting emphasises the importance of education in PEI’s service offering. The company aims to host educational events that delegates will find informative, useful and enjoyable. Feedback suggests that the Enhanced Recovery meeting achieved this aim, and we thank attendees for their contribution to its success.
PEI provides Enhanced Recovery options as part of its service offering. If you would like further information on these products please visit the product pages or speak to your local hospital representative. Alternatively, call our offices directly on +353 1 419 6900.
For more information on future educational events from PEI, please visit our education pages. Alternatively, contact your local hospital representative or call PEI directly on +353 1 419 6900.