Progressing Neonatal Outreach and Early Discharge
This one day networking NHS conference is a must attend event for those who are looking to implement or progress neonatal outreach and discharge. Focussing on setting up and maintaining an outreach service, improving early discharge processes, supporting the families and meeting the neonatal medical needs, you will leave this NHS conference equipped with the knowledge to drive forward outreach in your neonatal service.
This exciting and inspiring conference will provide a unique networking opportunity for you to come together with neonatal leads from across the country. Utilise this unique opportunity to benchmark your service and gain new and implementable ideas which will enable you to develop and improve your processes and advance services for neonatal care.
This neonatal conference will help you to overcome the barriers and obstacles to delivering neonatal care. Come along to this one day NHS conference and discover realistic ways that your service can:
- Raise the profile of neonatal outreach
- Develop a plan for overcoming the common barriers
- Drive forward early discharge
- Ensure safe staffing in the community
- Prepare and educate neonatal families
- Understand assessments and management of risks
- Improve engagement and implement change management
- Implement innovative initiatives to aid the development of services
This day is a must attend NHS conference for those working looking to set up or drive forward neonatal outreach and early discharge services across the NHS. This event is designed for but not limited to attendance from:
- Neonatal Nurses, Matrons, Sisters, ANNPs, Nursery Nurses
- Neonatal Clinical Leads and Consultants
- Neonatal Practice Facilitators, Educators, Managers and Leads
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The agenda for this conference was researched with attendees from Neonatal Family Integrated Care which took place in December 2017. Attendees of the conference said that it was a ‘great opportunity to network, share experiences and learnt through others’ and ‘a fantastic networking event and sharing of ideas with people in similar situations to own’
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A case study driven networking forum for setting up and developing outreach services
|8.50||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.20||Chairs opening remarks|
Setting up and sustaining an outreach service
|9.30||Case study: Building, establishing and maintaining an effective outreach team |
What does the team look like and how does it work in practice?
Overcoming the obstacles: engaging your workforce, securing funding and implementing competencies
Assessing the drivers for neonatal outreach and the impact on parents, patients and staff
Stacey Shaw, Community Outreach Nurse, Neonatal Unit, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
|10.10||Case study: Exploring the journey of a long standing established outreach service |
Practicalities of sustaining neonatal outreach and effective discharge to the home
How can you develop a community service in line with new technologies?
Measuring the impact of discharge planning and neonatal outreach on bed rates
Tammy Franks, Neonatal Community Sister, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
Amanda Jones, Neoantal Staff Nurse, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust
|11.10||Case study: Developing efficient discharge processes and enabling outreach care |
How does the outreach team work: criteria, patient requirements and home visits
Investigating the achievements and pitfalls of a London based outreach team
Expanding the team and increasing patient capacity: what’s next for the service?
Aisling Phillips, Neonatal Outreach Lead, Evelina London Children's Healthcare, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
|11.50||Interactive session: Enabling change management and getting your workforce on-board|
Utilise this unique interactive session to get new ideas to engage your staff in neonatal outreach. From overcoming the concerns of neonates with medical needs being cared for at home, to re-thinking how parents can be supported after discharge, this discussion time will allow you to return to your role with a clear plan for engaging your colleagues.
|1.30||A parent's perspective: how does neonatal outreach and early discharge impact families?|
The journey from the neonatal unit to being discharge and cared for by the outreach team
Supporting neonatal parents with early discharge and at home in the community
Training and competency processes which are undertaken by parents
Stacey Shaw, Community Outreach Nurse, Neonatal Unit, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
Taking the next steps to enabling early discharge
|2.10||Delivering effective discharge planning for neonates and their families|
Exploring the benefits and pitfalls of planning for early discharge from the neonatal unit
Working with your MDT to improve patient flow and enable timely discharge
Measuring the outcomes: how has discharge planning improved the neonatal service?
|3.10||Case study: Making the transition to an outreach service |
Delivering quality driven discharge processes to get babies home quicker
The next steps: how a service progresses to neonatal home visits
What are the benefits of a neonatal outreach service? How to improve your service
Claire Inglis, Neonatal Outreach Nurse, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
Benchmarking your service
|3.50||Discussion session: Overcome the challenges and barriers for delivering neonatal outreach and improving the discharge process|
Discuss how to overcome and unlock the barriers to enable your service to deliver an efficient and effective outreach programme. Share your experiences and best practice advice and gain new and valuable ideas which will assist your to progress and improve your service.
|4.20||Close of day|
This day is being produced by Hope Frost. If you are interested in speaking please contact Hope at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling her on 01732 897788.
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
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