Both neonatal and maternity wards are overstretched, under-staffed and under-resourced. There is a real need for maternity and neonatal teams to work more collaboratively, and this event offers practical case studies from trusts that have got it right. The day gives Neonatal Consultants, Nurses and Service Managers as well as Heads of Midwifery and Midwives the opportunity to come together to learn from a variety of new models of care including transitional care, inreach models, community outreach models and projects to improve efficiency and reduce length of stay on NICU. You’ll leave with new ideas and strategies that will help you to keep more babies out of NICU, reduce length of stay and save money.
Many attendees to this event completed an evaluation form, and we are pleased to share with you some of the comments made about this day:
Very informative and clear speakersCardiff & Vale University Health Board
Interesting overview of services provided by differing trustsKingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Very enlightening and thought provoking day. Giving many options for transitional careNorthampton General Hospital NHS Trust
An interesting informative day. Very useful to share experiences of setting up and maintaining transitional careNorth Bristol NHS Trust
Excellent networking opportunity, with plenty of time to exchange ideas and experiencesABMU Health Board
The opportunity to network is always beneficial, nice to know other units have similar experiencesCentral Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from Progressing New Models of Care for Neonatal Services which took place on 11 May 2016 in Manchester, includes the following presentations:
- Promoting Collaborative Working between Neonatal and Maternity Teams - Practical Ways Forward
- Developing and Implementing - an Inreach Model for Neonatal Services
- Introducing a Pathway Coordinator Role - to Improve Patient Flow and Reduce Length of Stay
- Community Out-Reach - Supporting More Families at Home
- Delivering Integrated Education and Training - Across Maternity and Neonatal Teams: Practical Advice
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