Engaging CYP with your Diabetes Service
This exciting day will provide a fantastic overview of how you can engage your paediatric patients in their diabetes care and will explore innovative ways in which services are taking steps to overcome them. Gain a fresh perspective on key issues including family and child engagement, pump and virtual clinics, transition plus managing diet, exercise, schooling and mental health conditions.
When there are increasing numbers of children diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and resources are becoming increasingly stretched, this conference will allow you to benchmark your service and discover what your NHS colleagues from around the country are doing. By sharing real evidence and practical examples, this conference will identify implementable changes you can make to drive forward care in your paediatric diabetes service.
- Developing innovative clinics: practical advice for setting up and sustaining paediatric pump and virtual clinics
- Implementing transition processes: enhance your communication between paediatric and adult services and empower adolescents with their own diabetes care
- Supporting diabetes and mental health: build an individual plan for children with diabetes and mental health conditions
- Improving engagement: motivate and support teenagers and calm families anxiety around new diagnosis
- Effective day-to-date management: build an effective plan for diet, exercise and schooling of paediatric diabetic patients
Here are just some of the past attendees job titles:
- Associate Brand Manager
- CCO and Community Engagement Coordinator
- Consultant in Paediatric Diabetes and Endocrinology
- Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Team Leader and Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Diabetes Support Worker
- Diabetes Transition Nurse Specialist
- Paediatric Administrator, Consultant and Dietician
- Shared Practice Programme Manger
- Transitional Diabetes Specialist Nurse and Lead
- Type 1 Lead Nurse
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If you belong to an association or network that is related to Diabetes, SBK would welcome working with you. We could promote you and the work that you do in return for some promotion of our events, offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here:
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This event follows a series of Paediatric focused diabetes events including ‘Transitional Diabetes Care NNF’ and ‘Managing Paediatrics on Insulin Pumps’ which were described as a ‘wonderful chance for knowledge sharing’, ‘an inspirational day with a wide range of multi-disciplinary speakers’ and ‘an excellent day with great quality speakers. I’ve taken lots of interesting ideas away from the day to feedback to my team’.
View further details and find out how to buy the documentation for Transitional Diabetes Care National Networking Forum
Inspiring, motivating and implementable solutions to enhance your service .
|8.30||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.20||Chair’s opening remarks|
|9.30||Maximise engagement and motivation to ensure patients become engaged and stay engaged |
Support parents, young children and teenagers: from new diagnosis through to transition
Overcome the barriers for maintaining contact with patients and families and ensuring that diabetes care stays a priority
Implementation strategies to increase overall engagement of children: developing an individual plan
Vicky Elliott, Clinical Psychologist, Paediatric Diabetes, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
|10.05||School management of diabetes: taking a family and whole child approach |
Insight into the effective implementation of an effective management plan for children with diabetes
Looking beyond the medical condition: what works best in a school care plan?
What resources are needed to get into schools?
Libby Dowling, Senior Clinical Advisor, Diabetes UK
|11.10||Case study: How to plan, set up and sustain an effective paediatric pump clinic |
The journey so far: from implementation to realisation: lessons learnt from delivering a pump clinic
Overcoming the challenges of education and engagement
Measuring the outcomes: encouraging self-management of basal and bolus rate adjustments
Carol Metcalfe, Advanced Specialist Practitioner, Paediatric Diabetes, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Enabling emotional and physical wellbeing
|11.45||Supporting children, young people and families to manage the emotional impact of diabetes |
How to access the most appropriate and timely physiological help for patients
What can the diabetes team do to support patients with mental health challenges in and out of clinics?
Assess the impact of enhanced care on reducing psychological distress and improving self-management
|12.20||Developing innovative technologies: appropriate use with paediatrics|
Up to date information on technology and funding from the exhibitors
|2.10||Building and maintaining a suitable and sustainable diet for individual paediatric patients |
Planning and evaluating a suitable diet: how does a lower GI/GL work in practice?
Child and parent buy-in: best dietary approaches for sustaining glycaemic control
Overcoming the challenges of fussy eaters, constant snacking and diet at school
Raphaella Rookes, Paediatric Team Leader and Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and BDA Paeds-DSG Education Officer, South West Paediatric Diabetes Network Chair
Improving outcomes continued paediatric engagement
|2.45||Impact of the National CYP Diabetes Quality Programme on engagement of children in diabetes |
What does the programme entail and how has it been implemented across 11 local networks?
Assess the outcomes of the programme so far: improved MDT working and outcomes for CYP
A look to the future: what are the next steps and how will it continue to support diabetes services?
Sue Eardley, Head of Invited Reviews, The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and Project Lead NCYP Diabetes Quality Programme
|3.40||How to ensure smooth transition and enhance collaboration between paediatric and adult services |
Where is transition care now? Next steps to take to improve communication on the pathway
From paediatric to adult care: equipping and educating your adolescent patients for the change
Reaching out to adult colleagues: how to maintain quality in transition
|4.15||Case study: How youth worker empower adolescents in their diabetes care and transition into adult services |
Assess the positive impact that peer support can have for teenagers with diabetes
Practical implementation advice: how the service has been set up
Measure the outcomes of the service: engagement, confidence, support and education
|4.50||Close of day|
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