In 2015, the RCPCH launched their new standards for children’s urgent and emergency care. This event takes a close look at how those standards are making a difference to services in 2016. Beginning with an update from the RCPCH itself, the seminar then offers a wealth of practical case studies from innovators in paediatric care who will be sharing service models and approaches that you can use to improve care in your own organisation.
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:
Good insight into moving urgent care into the communityHeart of England NHS Foundation Trust
Wide audience who could add to debate and enable a very useful learning environment. Excellent practical examplesHeart of England NHS Foundation Trust
Interesting, enlightening to services that are available in other areas. Given me direction and how to move forward in my working areaIntrahealth
Interesting practical examples of developing services for urgent careThe Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
It is great to see others are all doing things to improve outcomes for the childrenEast Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
A true learning experienceBolton NHS Foundation Trust
Good ideas to take away and explore locallyBolton CCG
Delivered by some very good speakers. Entertaining!Intrahealth
The documentation from Transforming Paediatric Urgent Care which took place on 13 September 2016 in Birmingham, includes the following presentations:
- Together for child health – - how new RCPCH standards are making a difference to services
- Implementing nurse-led community clinics in - GP surgeries
- Extended CCG and provider session: - Developing an integrated community and paediatrics service
- Setting up a - children’s primary care centre in the Emergency Department
- Implementing a new model of communication for children and young people: - a tool for paediatric and general health care professionals
- Experiences of setting up a - rapid-access clinic to provide immediate consultant appointments for children
- Discussion session: - Exploring the use of CCN teams to deliver acute care in the community
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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