Introducing Team 3 of the Green Surgery Challenge
We are pleased to introduce the team from University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust who will be joining the Green Surgery Challenge Judging and Awards Ceremony November 4th as one of the finalists.
The team was led by Dr Alyss Robinson, Mr Shameen Jaunoo and Professor Mansoor Khan and their project focused on streamlining the pre-operative pathway for laparoscopic cholecystectomies as it is a common procedure carried out frequently by members of the team (on average 250-300 laparoscopic cholecystectomies are performed in the Trust per year).
Patients who have day-case laparoscopic cholecystectomies (LC) are required by Trust guidelines to attend on two separate occasions for group and save (G&S) blood tests to be taken. The team investigated the impact on sustainable value of eliminating one G&S test prior to laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Learn more about their project, here.
Join us at the free, online judging and awards ceremony to have an opportunity to hear valuable insights from the judging panel and find out more about each of the Green Surgery Challenge projects, including how much carbon was saved.
You’ll have the opportunity to meet the team to discuss their project in more depth, get top tips on how to carry out a similar project where you work and consider how this project could be spread and scaled nationally.