This panel discussion reacts to various questions from the online audience and those in attendance.
Questions include; Is there any good evidence for the use of wearable tech in prehabilitation? How come, if the evidence is almost there, prehabilitation is not yet included in every pathway? In this respect, is change just around the corner? How do we have patients are partners rather than passive participants? What are the benefits of prehabilitation which can be seen in two weeks? How does one go about setting up a streamlined preoperative service? What would be the most important outcome for any prehabilitation trial? In a usually sedintary patient, how do we engage them in exercise training and prehabilitation?
Featuring; Mike Grocott, Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine, University of Southampton, Franco Carli Professor of Anesthesia at McGill University and Associate Professor in the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition at McGill University, Staff anesthesiologist at the McGill University Health Centre and June Davis; June has 22 years of experience working in the NHS as a Dietitian, service and professional lead, general manager for a number of service areas within the acute setting and senior project lead for several large scale change projects across London; 10 years experience working as Head of Therapies for large acute Trusts. She is also a Director of Allied Health Solutions, Allied Health Professions Advisor (part time) for Macmillan Cancer Support and a professional advisor to the Care Quality Commission.