Building Paediatric Rapid Response Teams and Services
This unique paediatric NHS conference will focus on all aspects of setting up and sustaining rapid response services and teams. Get to grips with the practicalities of establishing a rapid response team, gain best practice advice for engaging staff and working efficiently across an MDT. Hear practical insight to further develop and sustain your rapid response service and ultimately improve your patient pathways.
With the increasing demand for new rapid response teams this one day NHS conference will provide you with a unique opportunity to learn about different models to determine which could work in your area. You will leave the day having shared best practice advice and innovative ideas for streamlining community pathways, delivering care closer to home and developing your workforce.
Get motivated and inspired to make a change in just one day:
- Benchmark your rapid response plans
- Optimise the flexibility in your model of care
- Upskill your workforce
- Develop your service to suit your local health economy
- Tackle the common obstacles for building a team
- Implement new ideas to alleviate pressures on acute care
- Provide efficient and tailored children’s community care
- Assess Hospital at Home vs. rapid response care
Take the chance to hear guidance that will enable your service to not only start but also sustain your rapid response services with other:
- Paediatric Community Nurses and Team Leaders
- Community and Acute Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioners, Matron and Sister
- Clinical Leads and Consultant Paediatricians
- Clinical Service and Commissioning Managers and Heads of Nursing
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This event follows “Paediatric Rapid Response & Early Discharge in Practice” which took place in February 2017. Feedback from the day included “I am going away with a lot of ideas to drive service forward” and “a really good opportunity for networking and discussion”.
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How to enable early discharge and reduced admissions: establishing and integrating your rapid response team.
|8.30||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.00||Chair’s opening remarks |
Lynn Fanning, Children's Rapid Response Team, Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust
Setting up a rapid response team
|9.10||Designing an effective rapid response team to improve patient pathways |
Exploring the local area: assessing the needs of the patients and how rapid response works in practice
From idea to implementation: overcoming the pitfalls to building an effective and collaborative team
Measuring the successes: integrated working, quality and flexible nursing, increased admission avoidance and early discharge
Lynn Fanning, Children's Rapid Response Team, Cambridge Community Services NHS Trust
|9.50||Case study: Transformation of community paediatric care through a rapid response service |
Insight into how the service works in practice: workforce, patient case-load and training processes
Implementing new systems to enable children to be discharged efficiently and to be seen the same day in the community
Measuring the impact of rapid response on patient flow, discharge and admission rates
Laura Farnham, Team Leader, Children’s Hospital at Home, Evelina London Children's Hospital
Beth Abraham, Matron, Evelina at Home Team, Evelina London Children's Hospital
Working with your MDT
|10.50||How the role of the PNP can drive forward efficiency of a rapid response service |
Progressing and supporting your PNPs: driving forward functionality, training and responsibilities
How can PNPs drive forward a rapid response service: NMP, MDT collaboration and leadership decision-making
Assessing the outcomes for PNPs leading in paediatric community care on admission and discharge rates
Donna Pearce, Paediatric Nurse Practitioner, Children's Acute and Ongoing Needs Service, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Janine Parry, Paediatric Nurse Practitioner, Children's Acute and Ongoing Needs Service, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
|11.30||Promoting early discharge and preventing hospital admissions: working with your MDT |
Working in collaboration with the MDT to prevent hospital admissions
How does the rapid response team fit into this MDT and aid early discharge out of hospital? Development of smooth discharge pathways
Measuring the outcomes of collaborating across an MDT on discharge rates, prevention of admission, patient experience and patient pathways
Alison Fagan, Lead Nurse, CCN Team and Hospital@Home Team, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust
Claire Wade, Team Leader, Hospital@Home Team, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust
Maintaining rapid response
|1.20||Case study: From setting up to sustaining a successful rapid response service |
From planning to delivering the service by working with community and acute teams
Overcoming the challenges and integrating the service within the paediatric pathway of care
Sustaining the service: increasing the patient case-load, providing quality care and proved outcomes
Beth Blanchette, Matron Children's Primary Care Team, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Developing your service
|2.00||Case study: An ED driven pilot service set up to improve patient flow and avoid admissions |
Exploring the development of an A&E motivated rapid response service: funding and the patient group
Enabling admission avoidance: what does the patient pathway look like in the rapid response service?
A look to the future: working with inpatient service to provide early discharge support and ensuring financial security
Representative from the PATCH Team, St Marys Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
|3.00||Case study: Redesigning a CCN team to alleviate pressure on acute care and provide rapid response |
Engaging patients, families and workforce to enable safe, quality and quick care in the community
Proving reduction in A&E attendance, reduced admissions and early discharge for CYP through shared data
Moving the service forward: continually developing the workforce through education and support
|3.40||Discussion: How to drive forward rapid response and effective patient pathways in your service|
Collate new ideas, best practice advice and discuss your challenges to building a rapid response team or building rapid response services into your existing team and leave with unique study day with an action plan to improve patients’ pathways and care closer to home.
|4.10||Close of day|
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