Eva Sobonova
Sarah Harris
Mary Brady

The Buckinghamshire Group

Royal Bucks Multidisciplinary Team, treat various neurological conditions. It receives input from nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, SALT, psychologists etc. according to a client’s specific goals.

Role blending and joint working is integral in our process of maximising physical potential through a patient centred intensive rehabilitation programme. This leads to independence or the provision of high-quality nursing care for those with a complex needs.

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TBA

Looking at multidisciplinary team working, placing emphasis on holistic and person centred care.

Explaining how a service has been re-engineered to integrate goal setting and outcome measures to span of all the disciplines involved. Highlighting the challenges faced, whilst re-modelling a service to take a more MDT approach.

Reviewing the before during and after, with an eye firmly on our aspirations for the future – a fully committed multidisciplinary approach.

Eva Sobonova
Sarah Harris
Mary Brady will be speaking in the following theatre:

Theatre 2 - Tuesday 14.00 - 14.30: TBA

Theatre 3 - Wednesday 11.45 - 12.15: The Challenges of MDT Working

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