Ambulance service takes leading role in regional conference
Date: 27 March 2019
Members of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) took leading roles in the recent College of Paramedics Clinical Conference at the University of Bedfordshire.
The East of England Regional conference was attended by nearly 140 delegates from across the country, with speakers focusing on topics such as collaboration and progression possibilities within the profession.
Delegates also heard from key speakers in their specialist subjects, such as forensic medicine and end of life care.
Speakers from EEAST included interim Chief Executive, Dorothy Hosein, who talked about how system collaboration is the key to change; Senior Operations Centre Manager, Sandra Treacher, who presented statistics on frequent callers and dealing with 111 reviews and Area Clinical Lead, Duncan Moore, who gave a talk on The Health Agenda.
Staff from EEAST were also involved behind the scenes in organising the event. Director of Clinical Quality and Improvement, Tracy Nicholls said: “Our own Graham Clarke, who is the College Trustee for our region, put together a very exciting programme for delegates.
“I think everyone found something of interest, so thanks to Graham for organising such an interesting day.”
Members of East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust took leading roles in the recent College of Paramedics Clinical Conference at the University of Bedfordshire.