The Bliss baby report 2015 highlighted a lot of issues around staffing in neonatal units, with many neonatal units telling Bliss that they are “overstretched, understaffed and being pushed beyond their capacity”. Supported by Bliss, this intensive workshop offers practical advice, guidance and case studies on how neonatal units can address these challenges with innovative workforce solutions.
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 good speakers and excellent facilitiesYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
It was lovely to meet other people from other units to discuss difficulties we all have and how as teams we face themLeeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Very interesting day and well worth attendingWales Neonatal Network
Very beneficial and interestingAneurin Bevan University Health Board
Great networking opportunity and to learn more about workforce planningCardiff and Vale University Health Board
The documentation from Meeting the Challenges of Neonatal Workforce Planning which took place on 10 May 2016 in Manchester, includes the following presentations:
- The Challenge: Recommendations of the Bliss Baby Report 2015 - • Outlining the findings of the Bliss report • Recommendations and workforce solutions to the challenges faced by neonatal units • The way forward: next steps for neonatal services
- The Solution: Training your Nonregistered Workforce - • Getting to grips with the challenges of training a nonregistered workforce • Identifying the procedures that nonregistered staff can be safely trained to do • Focusing on safety and competency: managing accountability • Putting a plan in place for ongoing training and development for your nonregistered staff
- The Solution: Supporting the Newly Registered Workforce - • Identifying how the newly registered workforce can be best supported to deliver intensive care within limited budgets and timescales • Managing the impact on the existing workforce in terms of training and supervising new recruits
- The Solution: Developing the Role of the Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner - • Outlining the role of the ANNP • Sharing models and case studies of ANNP-delivered care • ANNP role definition, regulation and governance issues • Strategies for role development and implementation
Conference documentation in both hard and electronic copy is available for purchase at £89 (there is no VAT charge). In addition to being posted a copy, all the documentation is now available to you in electronic format so that you can access the papers and presentations online.
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On receipt of payment you will be given immediate access to the presentations on-line where they will be in a pdf format. You will also be sent a set of documentation in the post.
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