Establishing your Neonatal Transitional Care
Use this brilliant opportunity to gain practical tips and fresh ideas for progressing transitional care within the unit and your neonatal service. Take a step back and review how you can overcome the barriers, adapt transitional care for your needs, assess the practicalities, tackle resourcing and staffing and measure successes of delivering neonatal transitional care.
This essential transitional care NHS conference will help your neonatal service gain innovative ideas for managing the flow of patients, reduce term admissions and tackle establishing a transitional care unit in your organisation. Take one day out and leave this unique forum with a realistic plan which will make setting up and establishing an effective transitional care unit achievable.
Leave this neonatal transitional care NHS conference ready to implement the new ideas you have heard and either drive forward your existing or identify how to set up your new transitional care unit. Find out how to:
- Develop your service or unit in line with the national trends
- Overcome the barriers to establishing transitional care
- Adapt transitional care for your needs
- Implement proven service models for transitional care
- Achieve collaborative working
- Assess the practicalities of delivering transitional care
- Utilise your resources efficiently
- Measure the success in line with clinical outcomes, patient experience and cost efficiency
This NHS conference would be of great benefit to attend as a team to enable you to take time out together in a productive environment and gain a fresh perspective of how you can work collaboratively to progress and establish your transitional care unit. This NHS conference is designed especially for but not limited to attendance from:
- Neonatal nurses: nurse leads, staff nurses, ANNP and midwives
- Neonatal consultants and clinicians: nurse consultants, practice facilitators, education leads and consultants
- Ward and service managers: matrons, project managers, NICU managers, SCBU managers, sisters, senior sisters and unit managers
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this Neonatal audience, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Neonatal, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here.
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|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks |
Tracey Jones, Lecturer in Neonatal Nursing, University of Manchester
What’s new with transitional care?
|9.40||New BAPM Framework for Neonatal Transitional Care: insights shared and explained|
Benchmarking standards and providing guidance on management and care
Developing and improving neonatal care: monitoring outcomes and providing advice
How does BAPM sees transitional care moving forward and progressing? Providing support and quality driven care for newborn babies and their families
Helen Mactier, Consultant Neonatologist, Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, University of Glasgow, Chair of Scottish Neonatal Consultants and Group Honorary Secretary of the British Association of Perinatal Medicine
Overcoming the barriers
|10.20||Case study: The journey of an established transitional care unit |
From implementation to idea: how they went about it and advice for overcoming the barriers and resolving problems
What would they do differently? Lesson learnt and advice on how to tackle setting up your unit
Outcome measures: how has a transitional care unit made a difference?
Samanatha Plets, Ward Manager, St James' University Hospital, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Adapting transitional care for your needs
|11.20||Practical session: How to make transitional care work in your organisation |
Do you have specific challenges or experiences for delivering transitional care? Use this opportunity to explore the different service models for transitional care and discuss which could be the best fit for your service. How can the best practice advice and innovative ideas presented by the speakers be interpreted and adapted to progress transitional care within your neonatal services? This unique opportunity will give you the opportunity to discuss this with other NHS colleagues from across the country.
Tracey Jones, Lecturer in Neonatal Nursing, University of Manchester
|12.00||Questions and answers with the morning speakers|
Practicalities of delivering transitional care
|1.40||Collaborating to design transitional care: what, why, where, who and how?|
Defining transitional care and identifying which babies are appropriate to be treated with transitional care services
Where does transitional care sit within the hospital and on the neonatal pathway?
How transitional care should be set up and what does it need to be run effectively
Andrew Cox, Consultant Neonatologist, Lancashire Women and Newborn Centre, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
Roles, responsibility and staffing
|2.20||How can transitional care be done differently: using the resources and staff you already have |
Insights into the workings of a transformational change of a neonatal transitional care unit
Who works in the unit? Work force planning, leadership and maternity versus neonatal led unit
A look to the future: how the service will develop and creating a business case for an outreach
Matthew Nash, Consultant Neonatologist, Birmingham Woman's and Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Measuring the success
|3.10||Assessing the clinical outcomes and patient experience from an established TCU|
What has been the impact of a transitional care unit? Considering cost savings and patient flow
Determining the effect on clinical outcomes and patient experience
How can clinical outcomes and patient experience be improved upon? Increasing parent communications, working more effectively with your MDT & improving cost efficiency
El Mehdi Garbash, Consultant Paediatrician and Neonatal Lead, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
|3.50||Questions and answers with the afternoon speakers|
|4.20||Close of day|
Attend this NHS conference and don't miss out on the unique chance to hear case study presentations from established and succeeding transitional units. Confirmed speakers include:
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