Paediatric Discharge Planning for Complex Care Providers
This Paediatric NHS conference focusses on all aspects of providing care closer to home and discharging complex paediatric patients out of the hospital. Take one day out to benchmark your service and get to grips with acute and community services working collaboratively, overcoming housing and other socials barriers, supporting parents and patients in the community, exploring discharge processes from PICU and commissioning for care packages.
When the obstacles for discharging complex paediatric patients from hospital to home are similar across all trusts and services in the NHS, this networking conference is the perfect opportunity to come together with like-minded colleagues and discuss the solutions to your common challenges. Take away new ideas and gain the knowledge and motivation to be able to drive forward discharge processes.
By focusing on practical guidance to enable tangible change, you will leave this NHS conference ready to:
- Benchmark your MDT discharge team
- Optimise patients’ pathways
- Upskill your community workforce
- Support children and their families once they’re home
- Tackle social and housing challenges
- Implement well child nursing teams
- Provide safe and competent care outside of the hospital
- Secure funding for care plans
- Create an effective paediatric discharge service
It is key to communicate and work effectively as a multi-disciplinary team when discharging patients home, so bring your team along and benchmark your service against others. This event is suitable for but not limited to:
- Paediatric Consultants, Nurses and Support Workers
- Continuing Care Teams and Assessors
- Community Paediatric Consultants, Nurses, Matrons, Sisters and School Nurses
- Discharge Planning Leads and Teams
- Social Care and Housing Support Teams
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This event has been created through research with attendees from “Practicalities of Delivering Paediatric Long Term Ventilation” in September 2017 in Birmingham. Attendees of the conference said that is was an “interesting day with high quality speakers very knowledgeable speakers”, was “thought provoking” and “I really enjoyed the great networking and exchange of ideas and information”
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Working together to build effective pathways, consistency of care and improved discharge experiences and rates for children
|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chairs opening remarks|
Supporting discharge from the community
|9.40||Exploring the role of continuing care teams: supporting children with complex needs at home|
Implementing a clearer pathway into community care for individuals with multiple health needs
Understanding continuing care assessment and reassessment for care packages
Empowering parents to take ownership of their child’s care and conducting effective and appropriate forward planning
Sarah Glencrose, Continuing Care Assessor, Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust
|10.20||Working collaboratively with your MDT to treat complex children outside of the hospital|
Explore the role of the community paediatrician in complex care, discharge and community care
How the team works effectively together and is able to support children with complex issues at home
Measuring the outcomes of an established community team: admission and discharge rates and patient, parent and staff satisfaction
Gordon Linton, Discharge Liaison Nurse, Community Children's Nursing Team, NHS Lothian (subject to final confirmation)
|11.20||Parent and patient experiences of complex long term services for CYP: discharging home from PICU|
Exploring varying pathways for complex children and where they go if they aren’t discharged home
How healthcare professionals can work with families to manage complex, life limiting and long term conditions
The best and the worst: examples of great care and service and lessons learnt along the way
Collaborating across health and social care
|12.00||Case study: Driving forward Personal Health Budgets (PHBs) for complex paediatric patients |
The journey to making PHBs the default for all eligible children: the barriers vs. the enablers
Explore the process undertaken to obtain funding for a package
Measuring the outcome and the impact on patients, staff, the service and costings
Mary Hopkinson, Childrens Continuing Care & PHB Nurse, NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Group
Lindsey Richardson, Childrens Continuing Care & PHB Nurse, NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Group
|1.50||An innovative discharge team: Getting medically and socially complex children from hospital to home|
Liaising across health and social care to improve discharge and coordinate services effectively
Measuring the results of early and forward planning and discover the impact on patients, families and staff
Planning for the future: how will the Well Child Nurse role continue to develop and grow?
Rachel Shanahan, Well Child Sister Children with Medical Complexities Team, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Mary Salama, Consultant Paediatrician, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Eve Bassett, Consultant Paediatrician, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Cooperating to obtain sufficient housing
|2.20||The WELLcome Home Project: utilising the discharge navigator service where housing is a barrier|
How the project works: provision of advice and practical support
Enhancing service delivery, wellbeing and independence outcomes
Outcome measures: how the project has specifically assisted the discharge pathway for medically complex children
Lucy MacFarlane, Team Leader WELLcome Home, Shelter
Natalie Allen, Discharge Coordinator, Shelter
Taiba Refakat, Peer Mentor, Shelter
|3.20||Securing funding for discharge and care packages to provide safe and competent care |
Enabling specialist level care in the community: guidance for training community carers and completing competency booklets
How can you manage complications in the community?
Providing education for complex paediatric patients in the community: when can they go to school?
Emily Goss, LTV Nurse Specialist in Quality and Data Assurance, Hospital to Home, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
|4.00||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.10||Close of day|
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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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