Progress Renal Home Therapies and Patient Centred Care
By attending this one day NHS networking seminar you will delve into how to improve and expand your home haemodialysis service, improve self-care and empower your patients. By benchmarking your home therapy percentage, delving into organ donation opt-out and discussing solutions to your workforce challenges, you will leave this networking forum with the confidence to improve renal patient outcomes.
This interactive NHS seminar will provide you with the insight and tools to improve and adapt your renal service to meet the growing demands of patients. Hear from those driving change in renal services and explore their challenges and successes. Take this opportunity to network with colleagues from across the country, allowing you to benchmark your service and share new approaches which you can apply to your renal service.
This case-study driven and interactive day is designed to offer you a roadmap for progressing home haemodialysis numbers within your service and to better engage renal patients in their own care. You will leave the day inspired to:
- Develop improved methods of patient care through increased patient engagement
- Examine the ways in which your home haemodialysis service can be increased by learning from the successes of experienced services
- Engage with the developments in organ donation and how it will impact your role
- Adapt to new methods for training patients to be self-caring
This day has been developed for NHS professionals working within renal services. This day will particularly benefit the following:
- Renal Nurses, senior sisters and Matrons
- Renal Consultants and Consultant Nephrologists
- Renal Ward and Service Managers
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This case study driven day will provide practical advice and tools to improve your renal service
|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Chairs opening remarks|
Expanding home therapies
|9.40||Case study: Building and developing your home haemodialysis service |
Creating a business case for home dialysis: reflecting on the 2010 proposal to the present day
Assessing and tackling common challenges which can lead to variation in home haemodialysis numbers
Growing the numbers of patients receiving home haemodialysis in your service
Colette Doyle, Lead Home Haemodialysis Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Myra Casero, Home Haemodialysis Sister, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
|10.20||Case study: Empowering patients in their home haemodialysis training |
Ensuring effective education and training for patients to improve awareness and competency at home
Exploring different training methods used to increase patient engagement
How to manage patient education as your services home haemodialysis numbers increase
Agnes Daragos, Home Haemodialysis Manager, The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust
|11.20||Case study: Benchmarking your home dialysis uptake and achieving higher numbers |
The journey to achieving high numbers of dialysis patients on home haemodialysis
Implementable solutions to overcome common challenges and pitfalls: suitability of patients for home dialysis, investment needed for equipment, home suitability, managing external suppliers
A look to the future: how will the service continue to grow and develop?
Pam Towe, Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
|12.00||Roundtable discussion: Addressing the variation in the percentage of patients receiving home haemodialysis |
Take away solutions to the roadblocks you are facing by learning from the experiences of others. Share the best practice approaches you have implemented and learn from those implemented at other trusts. Inspire others by sharing your biggest success story with your colleagues.
National update: organ donation
|1.40||Spotlight presentation: A current overview of the opt-out organ donation scheme: how will it impact your service?|
An overview of the changes surrounding the opt-out scheme and the impact on your renal service
How the changes in organ donation will affect the role of NHS renal staff
The future of the opt-out scheme, what happens next?
Phil Walton, Opt Out Legisaltion Implementation Project Lead, NHS Blood and Transplant
Meeting workforce demand
|2.00||Interactive session: Develop new approaches to tackle your workforce challenges and overcoming renal nurse shortages |
Consider how your service is addressing staffing pressures and share your approaches for developing in-house training pathways for renal nurses. Share any best practice approaches you have developed and discuss your experience of recruiting overseas, examine the approaches you have used and the successes you have had.
Driving forward patient centred care
|2.50||Build a business case: involving patients in their own care to improve clinical outcomes |
An overview of the research study conducted into shared care
Best practice approach for involving patients in their own care
Measuring the outcomes of enhanced patient centred care in your renal service: patient and staff experience, financial implications and clinical effectiveness
Dr Steven Ariss, Senior Research Fellow, University of Sheffield
|3.30||Case study: Delivering a shared care programme for your haemodialysis patients |
Explore the practicalities of setting up and delivering a shared care programme
Examining success of the renal shared care programme: applying it in your service
Providing patients with more control and independence over their treatment through shared care
Alice Raja, Nurse Manager, Cossham Dialysis Unit, North Bristol NHS Trust
Michelle Warren, Senior Staff Nurse, Cossham Dialysis Unit, North Bristol NHS Trust
Belinda Stephens, Nurse Assistant, Cossham Dialysis Unit, North Bristol NHS Trust
|4.20||Close of day|
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- NHS or Public Sector for one place before Friday 31st January £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for one place after Friday 31st January £399 + VAT
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