Event Details

02
Dec

TOFS Recommendations to the NHS Q&A

Time: 8pm - 9pm (UK)

Join us for our live Q&A on how the NHS should treat OA/TOF in the UK.

TOFS has issued a challenge to the NHS to ensure consistent lifelong multi-disciplinary care for people born with OA regardless of their age, or where they live in the UK.

Our paper, “Towards a holistic model for the treatment of those born with Oesophageal Atresia (OA) from diagnosis to transition and adult care” demands the NHS recognise OA/TOF as a lifelong illness and to put practices and procedures in place to ensure the best care possible for those affected by it.

Do you have any questions about how this could affect you or your child?

Then this is your opportunity to hear from the paper’s authors, Julia Faulkner and Graham Slater, and ask your own questions - either live on the night or via the sign up form before the event.

Click here to book your space.

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