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Speakers 2024

Andy Middleton Andy is a futurist and compass-setter who helps leaders from different sectors realign networks, ambition and action to match the unprecedented scale of change coming their way from the nature, climate and wellbeing crises. He's passionate about helping organisations build the capacity to respond fearlessly and creatively to the challenges ahead.

 Ankur Saxena Mr Ankur Saxena is a Consultant Neurosurgeon with a sub-specialty interest in complex spine disorders. His neurosurgical training was based in Glasgow and Sheffield. He completed the Royal College of Surgeons of England鈥檚 spinal fellowship based at Salford Royal Hospital after finishing his neurosurgical training. He works at the Manchester Centre for Clinical Neurosciences at Salford Royal Hospital. He offers minimally invasive surgical procedures to his patients that are associated with less collateral damage to the tissues without compromising the original aim of the surgery. As a result the patients' recovery is quicker and the risk of early complications is less. He has been offering day case spinal surgery for 7 years. He presented his experience at national meetings and has contributed to the GIRFT Day Surgery Discectomy Pathway.

Ann Conquest Day Surgery Unit Manager Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Bedford site) I came to Theatres Recovery at Bedford Hospital in 1985 shortly after qualifying as a Registered Nurse, and worked there for 30 years (25 of which were as the Recovery Sister). I have always had an interest in Day Surgery right from the outset when it was in its infancy here. I was instrumental in setting up both the Day Surgery and Oral & Maxillofacial Recovery Units here from scratch. In 2015, I was offered 3-month secondment to manage the Trust鈥檚 Day Surgery Unit. Three months has become 9 years - and counting! With my team, I have been able to transform the Unit - bringing in numerous new skills, increasing capacity and taking it forward to also encompass our longer stay elective admissions area. Within this, we care for patients from all specialities during their hospital stay in tandem with our day surgery patients. I still have the same great passion and enthusiasm for day surgery as I did when I was first introduced to it all those years ago. I have a huge interest in student learning and endeavour to make our unit a great learning environment for all of the students and learners who come to join our team. From 2013-2018 I was privileged to be a Trustee with the Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP). This was a very enlightening, invaluable experience for me both personally and professionally. Outside of work I can frequently be found on a racecourse 鈥 predominantly Newmarket or Cheltenham. I even have a little share in a few horses which adds to the interest - especially when they win! I enjoy relaxing on a cruise or going on long haul holidays with my husband David and also like a quiet night in with the cat 鈥 especially after a hard, tiring day at work.

Bevin Manoy Bevin is a Director at CHKS (part of the AdvT Group). He has over 20 years鈥 experience of working with healthcare organisations supporting their performance improvement and enhancing data quality. For the last seven years Bevin has led CHKS鈥檚 clinical coding and benchmarking services providing services to a range of NHS Trusts. His team are delivering the CHKS Ai Clinical Coding solution aiming to help NHS Trusts to do clinical coding differently. His previous roles include operational management of the PbR data assurance framework, undertaking performance audits for the Audit Commission at health and local authority bodies in the Southwest. Bevin has an MBA in Public Service Management.

 Carlos Miras-Sampedro Carlos Miras is a dedicated healthcare professional with a diverse background in nursing and language studies. Originally trained as a nurse in Spain, Carlos made the leap to the United Kingdom in 2015 to pursue his career in healthcare. He quickly found his niche within the NHS, where he began his journey as a nurse. In 2018, Carlos took on the role of managing the day surgery team at Crawley Hospital, where his passion for patient care and operational excellence flourished. His commitment to quality and efficiency led to his appointment as Matron in 2022, where he continues to drive positive change and innovation in day surgery. In addition to his nursing expertise, Carlos holds a degree in Translation and Interpreting, reflecting his love for languages and communication. Outside of his professional pursuits, Carlos enjoys indulging his creative side through singing and sewing, finding balance and inspiration in artistic expression. Carlos is also a proud council member of the British Association of Day Surgery since September 2023, where he actively contributes to advancing best practices and standards in day surgery. With a unique blend of clinical experience, leadership skills, and a passion for continuous improvement, Carlos Miras is dedicated to making a positive impact in healthcare and beyond.

Dawn Stott Dawn has worked in healthcare for around 30 years in many different roles. She is a published author and a human factors/quality improvement consultant. After 14 years, she recently stepped down from her role as AfPP CEO and is now 鈥 rather than putting herself out to pasture 鈥 pursuing opportunities that are her passion. She has an all-round understanding of healthcare from primary care commissioning through to secondary care interventions. Some of her previous roles have included commissioning new hospital and GP surgery builds, IT implementation programmes, customer care, team building and leadership training strategies. She also has a strong knowledge of charities and the legalities around running a successful and sustainable charity. Along with a colleague she has recently started a Yorkshire Charity Leadership group to support senior leaders in charities. From experience she knows it can be quite lonely at the top. Since 鈥榬etiring鈥 Dawn has also joined the British Association of Day Surgery as their Lay Member. She is looking forward to supporting their values and strategy. She is also working with Pentland Medical supporting their work around airway management and standardisation of process. Her philosophy is that kindness is infectious and should be at the core of everything we do, kindness can support change and encourage growth for everyone around you, so BE KIND.

Dorina Roy Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Neurosurgery Registrar Neurosurgery Registrar, M.B.B.S, India, MRCS England, UK

Elana Owen Elana is a consultant anaesthetist at Swansea Bay, having trained in Wales, New Zealand and Sheffield. She has developed a keen interest in promoting and embedding sustainable health care practices, and has recently been appointed as the Clinical Lead for sustainability for Swansea Bay UHB.

Gabriel Galatà Gabriele Galatà is a Consultant in Endocrine and General Surgery in the NHS at King's College Hospital. Mr Galata was trained and educated in Italy and then underwent further specialist surgical training in London. In addition to general and laparoscopic surgery, he has specialist interests in thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal surgeries and complex and genetic endocrine diseases. He holds numerous professional memberships including being a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS), Membership of the British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons (BAETS) and Council Member of the British Association of Day Surgery (六合彩开奖结果) in addition to the Italian Society of Surgeons.

Joseph John Joe is a Urology specialty trainee surgeon in Southwest England. He is undertaking a PhD at the University of Exeter, and is a National Clinical Research Fellow with the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme. Joe鈥檚 research interests are in clinical implementation and improving the environmental sustainability of healthcare. Joe is leading pilot GIRFT work designing sustainable care pathways for specific health conditions. This uses the expert-led and data-driven GIRFT approach to co-develop evidence-based guidance with patients and professionals.

Jugdeep Dhesi Jugdeep is a consultant geriatrician working in the innovative and award-winning POPS (Perioperative medicine for Older People undergoing Surgery) service at Guy鈥檚 and St Thomas鈥 NHS Foundation Trust. She is Honorary Professor at King鈥檚 College London and Associate Professor at University College London, with research interests including preoperative assessment and optimisation, health services research focusing on perioperative pathways and postoperative delirium. She has wide education and training portfolio, having established the first Allied Health Professional, Foundation and Specialist Registrar training programmes in perioperative medicine, co-authored e-learning modules, MSc modules and multiple textbook chapters. Her national roles include Deputy Director for Centre for Perioperative Care, President Elect for British Geriatrics Society and involvement in a variety of steering, advisory and guideline groups (NELA, RCoA, BGS and NICE).

Karen Harries Karen is an Australian trained Registered Nurse who has been in the UK since 1995. She is currently Lead Nurse for Day Surgery and Pre-operative Assessment at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust based at Denmark Hill - a role she has held for 6 years. Karen has worked in a range of day surgery/23 hour and theatre settings for the past 27 years and is passionate about educating and empowering day surgery nurses to be knowledgeable and expert in their extended role. Karen is delighted to be part of 六合彩开奖结果 Council and to be involved in driving and promoting the profile and importance of day surgery.

Mike Hutton Mike is a Consultant Spine Surgeon. He is the GIRFT national Lead for Spinal Services and the National Lead for spinal services optimisation and recovery for the NHS England & NHS Improvement BestMSKHealth Improvement programme. Mike worked as a spine surgeon at The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital from 2007 to 2021 undertaking complex spine procedures in all areas of spinal surgery including paediatric and adult spine deformity. Mike held an executive position on the British Association of Spine Surgeons from 2009 to 2019 and led the British Spine Registry from 2012 to 2019. He was an expert advisor to the MHRA from 2012 to 2021. Has developed a National Emergency Referral Tool which links to the British Spinal Registry. He is currently the co-chair of the Spinal Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel and Beyond Compliance programme. The chair of The National Suspected Cauda Equina Pathway improvement programme. An affiliate member of the NHSE/I Spinal Service Clinical Reference Group. The clinical lead for the spinal national consultant information programme (NCIP). Developed the Spinal Services dashboard on 'The Model Hospital鈥. Chaired and developed the Spinal High Volume/Low Complexity (HVLC) pathway programme. Mike's GIRFT national report on spinal services was published in January 2019. He has subsequently visited and reported on the spinal independent sector and is a co-author of the 'Learning from Litigation claims鈥 national report in May 2021. Mike is a former professional rugby player and still follows the sport with a passion.

Natalie Ball I am a Registered nurse based at the Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust and have over 20 years nursing experience, the last fourteen years based in the Pre Assessment clinic autonomously assessing patients who have been referred for surgery. I am proud to be part of the NHS and pride myself on providing excellent patient care.

Rachel Tibble I am a Consultant Anaesthetist and have been interested in the development of day surgery since starting my consultant post in 2003. Many of my lists are in our Day Case unit with different specialty surgeons so I have a good insight into the everyday working of the Unit and thus been involved in moving many operations into the Daycase arena. This started with laparoscopic cholecystectomies and moved to mastoid surgery in ENT, then more recently mastectomies as day cases, some bariatric operations and anti reflux surgery. I undertake a lot of audit within the Day Case Unit to try and improve day surgery rates towards 六合彩开奖结果 aspirational targets and to develop effective anaesthetic and analgesic guidelines as best practice to facilitate this. I held the day surgery lead role for many years. Pre-operative assessment for day surgery patients was set up by myself and developed with the day surgery pre-op nursing team to be an efficient and effective dedicated service that is described as best practice in the current 六合彩开奖结果 and GIRFT documents. Through the years this has allowed many complex patients to access day surgery who were previously denied it. In conjunction with pre-op I developed a sleep apnoea service with the respiratory physicians to diagnose using STOP BANG scores and then treat sleep apnoea within a short time frame so the patients could remain on the day surgery pathway once stabilised on CPAP. I then set up a training package for day surgery pre-operative assessment nurses which has been presented at the 六合彩开奖结果 conference in 2019, as I believe it is a specialised role. Currently I am developing a fast track referral service from pre-op to a diabetic clinic for poorly controlled patients to optimise them and keep them in day surgery if possible. I have been a member of 六合彩开奖结果 for 18 years and made many presentations and posters as well as taken back innovations from the conference to Derby to share with colleagues. I think teaching is central to developing good day surgery and thus have been clinical supervisor for all levels of anaesthetic trainees doing their day surgery modules. They attend the pre-operative assessment clinics and learn how to expand selection for day surgery to even the most complex patients. In theatre I teach techniques that improve successful day surgery discharge rates. Regional teaching programmes such as EMSA provide a platform to spread the word and elevate the awareness of good day surgery practice further. I have written the chapter on day surgery in the trainees main Textbook of Anaesthesia by Aitkenhead and Smith based on 六合彩开奖结果 principles. As a member of 六合彩开奖结果 Council I would like to help share and expand the day surgery message nationally and become involved in the implementation of the National Day Surgery Delivery Pack to address the surgical backlog after Covid-19.

Rosie Stanton Rosie Stanton is a consultant breast cancer surgeon at Hampshire Hospitals. She has a passion for breast conservation surgery and an interest in the benefits of day case surgery for breast cancer patients. Her team have expanded the use of day case surgery in oncoplastics, to around 96% of all cases. Rosie has performed qualitative research looking at patient satisfaction with day case stays.

 Rudraprasad Baidyaray I am a SAS surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics, currently working in University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. My sub specialty interest is Upper Limb surgery. I did my medical training and post graduate training in Trauma and Orthopaedics in India. I have worked in several hospitals in United Kingdom including Major Trauma Centres. I have done Diploma in Orthopaedic Engineering and currently pursuing MBA in Healthcare Management. Outside the medical world, I am a keen social worker holding executive position in charitable organisation. I enjoy family time with my dermatologist wife and 17 year old daughter.

Sharon Swettenham Senior Consultant at CHKS supporting clients with use of our benchmarking solution iCompare. Support 六合彩开奖结果 with clinical coding queries, data validation and data requests.

Shishir Nawghare I am a SAS surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics in the Upper Limb subspecialty. I work in the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham. I did my graduation and post graduate medical training in India. I have worked in Trauma and Orthopaedics for over 2 decades in different hospitals in India and the U.K. I have done a Masters degree in Trauma and Orthopaedics in the U.K. I love reading and travelling.

William Hare Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia - Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital Co - Investigator for the POPPY Study