Insulin Pump Service Development NNF, Stirling
Now in its third year, special features for 2017 are: sustaining and expanding your insulin pump service; CGM availability, usage and data downloads; specialist workshops on exercise and dietetics, electronic communications, pump use in pregnancy and supporting children and young people on pumps.
Whether your exposure to pump therapy is limited or you’re part of an established service, this NHS conference is the perfect opportunity to take away invaluable insight into setting up, sustaining and advancing your pump service. Attend alongside like-minded healthcare professionals across Scottish Diabetes Services and take away new ideas and best practice approaches to manage the latest technologies and find out how to effectively embed them into clinical practice.
Take away invaluable updates on insulin pump service development in Scotland and improve your knowledge of the management of CGM devices. Attend in 2017 and these are the objectives you will meet:
- Improve your understanding of embedding T1D technologies into clinical practice
- Identify how to evolve your approaches to expand your insulin pump service
- Find out how other services are embedding CGM into diabetes management
- Update your professional development with specialist workshops
Now in its third year, this annual national conference has been attended by over 150 delegates from adult and paediatric diabetes services across the different Health Boards. Previous attendees include:
- Lead Nurses, Senior Nurses and Diabetes Specialist Nurses
- Consultant Physicians, Consultant Paediatricians, Consultant Diabetologists, Consultants in Diabetes & Endocrinology
- Insulin Pump Coordinators and Insulin Pump Leads
- Diabetes Sisters, Diabetes Specialist Dietitians, Paediatric Diabetic Dietitians
The 'Type 1 Diabetes Technology Exhibition' will be taking place on Friday 25th August at Stirling Court Hotel. This Exhibition will provide all the refreshments for ‘Insulin Pump Service Development National Networking Forum’. It is a great opportunity for both industry and healthcare professionals to come together to network, to understand the latest updates and receive live demonstrations.
Also exhibiting at 'Type 1 Diabetes Technology Exhibition' on Friday 25th August at Stirling Court Hotel are JDRF and Diabetes UK. They are supporting ‘Insulin Pump Service Development National Networking Forum’.
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Share experiences, benchmark your progress, and hear from thought leaders in T1DM. Here are just a few quotes from the last two years: * “Useful overview of technologies to manage and embed them in clinical practice” - NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, 2016: * “Excellent day. Good opportunity for networking” - NHS Lothian, 2016: * “Good mix of adult and paediatric input and most powerful patient input” - NHS Ayrshire and Arran, 2016 : * “Very informative and educational with a great mixture of speakers” - NHS Borders, 2016 : * "Great to hear how other health boards manage pump therapy” - NHS Grampian, 2015: * “All very interesting, insightful and helpful” - NHS Lanarkshire, 2015 * “Insightful experiences from people who deliver a pump service” - NHS Highland, 2015 :* “Good to hear how other areas co-ordinate their service” - NHS Tayside, 2015: * “Great to hear the successes of pumps services across Scotland” - NHS Dumfries and Galloway, 2015 .
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|8.20||Registration and refreshments|
|9.00||Chair’s opening remarks|
Dr Brian Kennon, Lead Clinician, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
SUSTAINING AND EXPANDING YOUR INSULIN PUMP SERVICE
|9.10||Direction for pump service development: Recent updates and challenges explored |
Developing your service in line with growing demand: maximising resources and capacity
Identifying stumbling blocks: how to build a comprehensive pump service when funding is limited
Advancing staff roles: educating the team and enabling a confident approach
Dr Fiona Green, Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology, and Diabetes Nurse Specialist, NHS Dumfries and Galloway
|9.40||Developing your insulin pump service structure: from set-up to sustainability|
Funding and implementing a dedicated and effective insulin pump service
Rolling out local initiatives trust-wide: what works as part of a bigger picture?
What is the next step for your service? How to expand your pump patient group
Dr Fraser Gibb, Consultant Physician, Edinburgh Centre for Endocrinology and Diabetes
|10.10||Discussion: Where are we now? Latest developments and insights shared|
From striving for standardisation and how services differ regionally and even hospital to hospital, to signposting to established hubs, and what to do if you don’t have the capacity or staff? Use this discussion session to share current practice and take away viable objectives.
|10.25||Understanding and guidance into procurement: availability and commissioning of pumps|
A national procurement overview: an update of procurement plans for 2017/18
Procurement process and tender timeline: where are we now?
Kenny Rees, Category Manager, National Procurement, NHS National Services Scotland
|10.45||Technology tutorials: This is a unique platform for insulin pump and sensor based monitoring companies to share their technology, offer an insight into the practicalities and give examples of usability.|
SPECIALIST TOPIC WORKSHOP SESSION
|11.35||Each dedicated workshop will last 1 hour 10 minutes and comprise of an introduction to the specialist topic, paired with a useful opportunity to share ideas on how to manage different patient groups and develop your roles as diabetes healthcare professionals. Attendees can choose one workshop from the following:|
|WORKSHOP 1: Pump use in pregnancy|
|Managing pump therapy and pregnancy: antenatal, labour and postnatal advice|
Engaging clinicians with specialist interests: adapting your role to support pregnant PwD
Offering support and advice throughout pregnancy: pre-conception to post-natal
Expanding your knowledge on pumps and pregnancy: settings, cannulas, and sizes of cartridges
The impact of insulin pumps in pregnancy: changing basal rates, and a greater resistance to insulin
Liz Mackay, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, NHS Lothian and Gemma Findlay, Diabetes Dietitian, NHS Highland
|WORKSHOP 2: Supporting children and young people|
|The unique challenges of managing a young patient group and integrating psychosocial care|
Paediatric and pumps: providing support and education to PwD and their families
Approaching transition: how to streamline and team up paediatric and adult diabetes services
Building psychosocial support into T1D: engaging with PwD outside of clinic time
The role of the clinical psychologist in diabetes: maximising input and sharing techniques
NHS Ayrshire & Arran
SPECIALIST TOPIC WORKSHOP SESSION
|1.55||Each dedicated workshop will last 1 hour 10 minutes and comprise of an introduction to the specialist topic, paired with a useful opportunity to share ideas on how to manage different patient groups and develop your roles as diabetes healthcare professionals. Attendees can choose one workshop from the following:|
|WORKSHOP 3: Exercise and dietetics|
|Managing physical activity with pump users and incorporating dietetics into T1DM|
Understanding effects of exercise on pump users and providing an overview of management
Considering the impact of unplanned physical activity: control and need for adjustment
Practical advice on carb-loading for activity and how to tailor exercise plans
Supporting the role of the dietitian: integrating dietetics into diabetes management
Kathriona Thomson, Senior Dietician, NHS Ayrshire & Arran and Professor Rory McCrimmon, Experimental Diabetes and Metabolism, Associate Dean of Research (School of Medicine), Deputy Head of Molecular & Clinical Medicine Division, University of Dundee
|WORKSHOP 4: Electronic communication|
|Improving electronic communication: engaging people with T1D with IT and telehealth|
Developing innovative ways of electronically communicating and sharing data online
Maximising online usage and conversations: embedding diabetes telehealth services
Using IT to streamline service delivery: the benefits of sending pump downloads prior to consultation
Redesigning your diabetes service to incorporate IT: what steps should you be taking
Dr Sandeep Thekkepat, Consultant Physician, NHS Lanarkshire
CGM AVAILABILITY AND USAGE
|3.25||Criteria, selection and funding for CGM candidates: incorporating CGM into current service |
Understanding government recommendations on continuous glucose monitoring
Identifying patients who could benefit the most from CGM: do they fit the criteria?
Self-funding CGM patients: how to educate them to realise CGM potential
Dr Kenneth Robertson, Consultant Paediatrician, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
|3.55||Patient experience of using CGM: meeting patient needs and facilitating education|
Case study insight into technology user experience and self-funding CGMs
Developing a support network: peer support and engaging with other PwD on social media
Promoting self-management: the importance of education and engagement
Mary Moody, Pump and CGM user and Chair, Insulin Pump Awareness Group Scotland
|4.15||A closer look at developing technologies and how they will impact diabetes care|
Exploring other technologies: what does the future of T1D technology look like?
Embedding sensor augmented pumps into T1DM: limiting the number of hypo alert patients
Closed-loop systems: the developing algorithm of automatic insulin delivery
Linda McGlynn, Patient and NHS Engagement Manager, Diabetes Scotland
|4.30||Close of day|
Featuring the latest advancements in technology and an opportunity to share best practice, this dedicated NHS conference delves into the realities of maximising your pump service to meet the needs of your patients and the delivery of education to promote self-management. Confirmed speakers include:
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- NHS or Public Sector for one place before Friday 30th June 2017: £149 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for one place after Friday 30th June 2017: £199 + VAT
- Commercial sector for one place (subject to SBK approval) £699 + VAT
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Thursday 24th August 2017 at Stirling Court Hotel, University of Stirling, Airthrey Road, Stirling FK9 4LA : £85 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
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Stirling Court Hotel
University of Stirling, Airthrey Road, Stirling , FK9 4LA, Tel: 01786 451666.
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Certification of Attendance
A certificate for Continuing Professional Development will be given to each participant who completes the course, as a record of your continuing professional training and development.
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