B6: Bringing ward rounds into the 21st century using interdisciplinary inpatient review

Tuesday 21 June 2022 | 13:15-14:30

Format: Workshop
Stream: Person and Family-Centred Care
Content filters: Features discussion of improvement methodology, Co-presented with patients, service users or carers

Inpatient interdisciplinary review is the cornerstone for safe, effective and personalised care in hospitals. Inconsistent process and culture means potential benefits are commonly not maximised.

This workshop will help participants:

  • Understand best international practice

  • Identify common challenges facing high-quality inpatient reviews

  • Begin a plan for their own hospitals’ improvement programme

The workshop will cover practical solutions for structuring, preparing and delivering effective interdisciplinary inpatient review. Sharing learning from clinicians leading

  • RCP/RCN/NHSE&I Modern Ward Rounds report and collaborative

  • Team Based Patient Centred Ward Round’ process in Sweden

  • 10+ years of implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR) in America, Australia and Canada

John Dean, Royal College of Physicians and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust; England

Nichola Ashby, Royal College of Nursing; England

Lynne Quinney, Royal College of Physicians Patient and Carer Network; England

Andrew Rochford, NHS England and Improvement; England

Gordon Caldwell, Lorne and Island Hospital; Scotland

Liam Chadwick, 1unit; Ireland

Valdemar Erling, Sahlgrenska University Hospital; Sweden