Delivering Paediatric Care in the Community
This Paediatric NHS conference focusses on all aspects of providing care closer to home and in the community. Take one day out to benchmark your service and get to grips with new national standards and you will leave the day having shared best practice advice. This unique conference will provide innovative ideas for streamlining community pathways, delivering care closer to home and developing your workforce.
When there is increasing pressure to provide more acute care closer to home and in the community this well-timed paediatric NHS conference will give you the opportunity to take a step back from your role and inspire you to make a change. Attend this one day NHS conference to benchmark your service and get motivated to improve patient flow, reduce admissions, develop your MDT and drive forward smooth discharge pathways.
By focusing on practical guidance to enable tangible change, you will leave this NHS conference ready to:
- Benchmark your CCN teams
- Optimise your staffing strategies
- Upskill your workforce
- Develop effective patient pathways
- Tackle the challenges of rural patient case-loads
- Implement new national standards
- Provide continuing and palliative care at home
- Create an effective community paediatric service
This specialised NHS course has been developed to help your team deliver an effective, efficient and quality driven paediatric community care service. It will fulfil the professional needs of:
- Paediatric Community, Complex Needs, Palliative Care 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 ‘Delivering Acute Paediatric Care in the Community’ which took place in September 2016. Feedback from the day included “inspirational from presentations” and “a great opportunity to learn about various important initiatives across the UK”.
View further details and find out how to buy the documentation for Supporting Children with Long Term Complex Conditions
Drive forward care closer to home and streamline patient pathways by implementing national standards and developing your workforce
|8.30||Registration, networking and refreshments|
|9.00||Chair’s opening remarks |
Sue Eardley, Head of Invited Reviews, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Standards for out of hospital care
|9.10||Facing the Future – Together for Child Health: What’s holding you back?|
The current national picture of community support for urgent care and preventing admissions
Fundamentals of reconfiguration – strengthening community support to reduce acute demand
What (a) great practice! Supporting primary care in managing paediatric demand
Sue Eardley, Head of Invited Reviews, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Streamling community pathways
|9.50||Case study: Providing seamless patient pathways: integrating MDTs and working collaboratively |
Showcasing the journey of an effective, efficient and all en-compassing integrated paediatric community team
Assessing the benefits: upskilling opportunities, case load sharing and a wealth of CCN expertise
Measuring the success: shared examples of when the integrated team has improved care for children
Kate Medhurst, Children's Community Nurse, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
|10.30||Treating acutely unwell children in the community wiht GP practices|
First insight into an innovative pilot project: where is the project currently?
Measuring the outcomes of the project on CYP, families, staff and care delivered within the community
A look to the future: will the pilot be extended? Explore the changes and amendments that have been made
Katie Herbert, Children's Community Nurse, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
|11.30||Discussion session: Implementing effective solutions for streamlining your patient pathways|
Share best practice and hear implementable suggestions for streamlining patient pathways. Discuss your ideas with colleagues from across the NHS and leave this day with an action plan to make an effective change in your patient pathways
Sue Eardley, Head of Invited Reviews, Royal College of Paedaitrics and Child Health
Delivering care closer to home
|1.10||Setting up and establishing a Hospital at Home team|
From idea to implementation: setting up a new team to treat acutely unwell children at home
Overcoming the obstackes: engaging staff and patients, getting funding and logisticsc of providing at home care
Assessing the outcomes of caring for CYP closer to home on costs, patients, families and staff
Zoe Tribble, Matron, Children's Community Nursing and Hospital at Home Team, The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust
|1.50||Providing patient driven continuing palliative care for children out of hospital|
How to ensure that children continually have the best quality of life out of hospital
Conducting effective and appropriate forward planning involving the patients and their families
Measuring the outcomes for effective palliative care: impact of staff, patient and family experiences
Lis Meates, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Children's Palliative Care, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
|2.50||Exploring the practicalities of delivering effective community paediatric care in a remote and rural setting, an exemplar from North Cumbria|
From idea to implementation: engaging patients and staff, education and training the workforce
Ensure effective collaboration in the community for rural paediatric care
Measuring the outcomes: avoiding admissions, reducing transfers and improving the pathway for the patient and their family
Deb Lee, Chair, Remote and Rural Special Interest Group, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Developing your paediatric community workfroce
|3.40||Discussion session: How to increase the role of community nursing for paediatric care|
When there is a move away from a strong medic-led model and a drive toward nurse-led community care, utilise this discussion session to draw together shared best practice and conclusions from this interactive day. Leave this one day conference equipped to drive forward your Children's Community Nursing Teams.
Sue Eardley, Head of Invited Reviews, Royal College of Paediatrics and Children Health
|4.10||Close of day|
Share your challenges, hear best practice advice and discuss new ideas with:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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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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If you are unable to attend or would like to pick up an additional set of documentation on the day, the event documentation is available for purchase at £89 per set.