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“Most patients want to get home as soon as possible”Mr Peter Kay National Clinical Director MSK NHS England, April 2019This conference focuses on reducing length of stay and improving outcomes for Hip Replacement with anextended in depth look at moving to Day Case Hip Replacement.“More joint replacements than ever before were carried out in the year, with over 252,250 cases submittedto the NJR; this equates to c. 10,000 additional joint replacement operations than recorded in the previousannual period…During 2017, 91,698 hip replacements were entered into the NJR.” National Joint RegistrySeptember 2018This conference will enable you to:• Network with colleagues who are working to improve quality and outcomes for hip replacement patients• Learn from outstanding practice from organisations that have been successful in delivering hip and kneereplacement as a day case• Reflect on national developments and learning• Improve your care pathway for hip replacement• Understand how to develop a day case pathway including patient suitability criteria• Ensure you are up to date with latest evidence in regard to implant survivorship and mortality• Understand how you can implementing the learning from the National Joint Registry at a local level• Identify key strategies for reducing length of stay whilst ensuring safety• Understand how you can measure and monitor patient outcomes in real time and in the longer term• Self assess and reflect on your own practice• Gain cpd accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence“By potentially being more effective, cheaper than and as safe as inpatient arthroplasty, day-casearthroplasty may be beneficial for some patients and healthcare systems. Proper patient selection andeducation, multimodal-based protocols and a well-defined clinical pathway are key to successful day-caseTJA.”Day-case surgery for total hip and knee replacement How safe and effective is it? EFORT Open Rev 2018;3:130-135.DOI: 10.1302/2058-5241.3.170031100% of delegates at our previous conference on this subject would recommend it to a colleague