The Joint Advisory Group on gastrointestinal endoscopy (JAG) is holding a training day for registered services on 13 February 2020 in London.
Wondering how to make your environment JAG compliant? Not sure how to present your audit data? Unclear how to meet the waiting times standards?
You’re not alone, which is why we run regular 1-day courses to provide practical advice and support to endoscopy services seeking JAG accreditation.
This is an interactive training day that includes group work and exercises to help you reflect on your own service. You will learn how to analyse and present your audit data, help redesign a patient pathway and get practical tips about areas that services find challenging.
Each course is run by two JAG lead assessors, making it the perfect opportunity to raise all your burning questions about waiting times, patient pathways and decontamination in a supportive environment. Our trainers know exactly what JAG is looking for and understand the pressures that modern endoscopy services face.
‘The trainers delivered the day extremely well in short sessions explaining the JAG process in detail. I feel a lot more confident around JAG and understand the process a lot clearer.’
Who should attend this day?
This training is open to anyone working at an endoscopy service registered with JAG, although the training will be most helpful for services that are looking to book a site assessment within the next year.
We strongly recommend medical, nurse and management leads attend this course as a team to ensure they fully understand the requirements of JAG accreditation.
Services can book a maximum of three places to ensure there is enough room for other services to attend.