Video & Slides

Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: designed for healthcare professionals dealing with the transition of children and young people. You will leave the conference with both the ideas and tools to implement training and improve adolescent care, steer adolescent patients smoothly through transition and make the shift towards 0-25 services. Plus, you will be equipped to drive forward the role of primary care in transition and capitalise on youth workers to enable communication with young people.

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services
On-demand 5 hours £299 + VAT

5 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn

This interactive virtual conference follows the success of ‘CYP Transition to Adult Services’ which took place online, on Monday 7th September 2020 and was rated ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ by 100% of the attendees. Take one day out to receive expert advice and focus on:

  • The latest on the Long Term Plan priorities and developing transition competencies
  • Enhancing the quality of care in transition services: insights from the National Transition Network
  • Training clinicians for adolescent specific care and smooth transitions
  • The role of primary care in improving adolescent care and transition
  • Building your MDT and working collaboratively to improve care for young people
  • Developing the role of the youth worker: improving communication in transition for young people
  • Service development for adolescent patients to ensure smooth transition to adult services
  • How to improve outcomes for your patients during transition
  • Providing care that supports effective and successful transition for young people

Meet your education and training needs in your own time

Take away ideas from the trailblazers and adapt them for your own service, plus benefit from:

  • 5 CPD hours of presentation and speaker Q&A
  • Featuring engaging video and accompanying slides
  • Available at £299 + VAT for NHS and public sector professionals
  • Immediately accessible to download and view
  • CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
6 presentations | 11 parts | 5 CPD hours | Filmed on Wednesday 14th July 2021
1
Introduction, instructions and chair’s opening remarks
Louise Porter, National Lead Nurse, Burdett National Transition Nursing Network and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
2
The latest on the Long Term Plan priorities and developing transition competencies
Katie Puplett, Children and Young People’s Senior Policy Manager, Children and Young People’s Transformation Programme, NHS England and NHS Improvement
3
Enhancing the quality of care in transition services: insights from the National Transition Network
Louise Porter, National Lead Nurse, Burdett National Transition Nursing Network and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
4
Questions and answers with Katie Puplett and Louise Porter
5
The role of primary care in improving adolescent care and transition
Stephanie Lamb, GP Partner and Clinical Director, Herne Hill Group Practice and The Well Centre
6
Questions and answers with Stephanie Lamb
7
Developing the role of the youth worker: improving communication in transition for young people
Donna Hilton, Service Manager, NUH Youth Service, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
8
Case study: Service development for adolescent patients to ensure smooth transition to adult services
Helena Gleeson, Consultant Endocrinologist and Clinical Service Lead for Endocrinology, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
9
Questions and answers with Donna Hilton
10
Case study: Providing care that supports effective and successful transition for young people
Neil Fletcher, Roald Dahl CNS for Teenager and Young Adults, Barts Health
11
Questions and answers with Neil Fletcher

First-hand Speaker Experiences

A unique forum packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice from:


Job Title:
National Lead Nurse
Organisation
Burdett National Transition Nursing Network and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Biography

Louise is a Registered Children’s Nurse and also has a degree in Business Management (BABM). Her role is Lead Nurse for Healthcare Transition of Children and Young People at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT).

Funded by the Burdett Trust for Nurses, Louise works in a project management role, supporting all services in LTHT to identify best practice transition pathways for children and young people with a long term conditions, when moving from children’s to adult services.

Alongside the transition project Louise supports the running of the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Youth Forum, Leeds Childrens Hospital TV (LCHTV) and Learning Disabilities, Autism and Hidden Disabilities Staff Champions and line manages the LTHT youth work team.

Louise has also formed and is chair of the Yorkshire and Humber Transition Network group and the National Transition Leads Network group.


Job Title:
Children and Young People’s Senior Policy Manager, Children and Young People’s Transformation Programme
Organisation
NHS England and NHS Improvement
Biography

Katie qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2002 and has worked in both mainstream and mental health NHS trusts since then. In 2006 she re-located to Austria and worked as Physio in the local psychiatric hospital for three years before moving back to the UK to work for Leeds and York Partnership Trust. Katie then moved into AHP management with Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys Trust for 5 years. She joined NHS England and NHS Improvement in 2018 as a Strategy Advisor with the Strategy Team and then moved into the Children’s and Young People’s Transformation Team as a Senior Policy Manager. The CYP Team lead on a number of Long-Term Plan priorities and Katie’s programmes of work include Transition, Asthma and Workforce. 


Job Title:
GP Partner and Clinical Director
Organisation
Herne Hill Group Practice and The Well Centre
Biography

Stephanie is a GP partner in a group practice covering a diverse inner city population of 16,000 in Lambeth, South London and co-founder and Clinical Director of the Well Centre, an young person’s integrated health hub with Primary Care, Health and Wellbeing Link workers and CAMHS. 

She has a special interest in developing accessible, young people friendly services in Primary Care and developing targeted services to more vulnerable groups of young people, including young offenders and those with long term conditions. 

She is a member of the RCGP Adolescent Health Group. 

She also works as Primary Care and Young Person’s Lead with the Children and Young People’s Health Partnership (CYPHP), a transformation programme across Lambeth & Southwark.


Job Title:
Service Manager, NUH Youth Service
Organisation
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Biography

Donna has worked within the Youth Work field for over 25 years covering a wide variety of roles & experiences. These have included: detached youth work, centre-based work, school exclusion projects, support services for young offenders & drug users, young volunteer training programmes, sports education and coaching programmes, holiday engagement projects, participation programmes, youth support work in schools and youth work training/lecturing in universities. 

Donna has worked in Health-based Youth Work for over 23 years, which has evolved from starting out as a Youth Worker in Renal Services, to developing and managing an award-winning Youth Service across Nottingham Children’s Hospital. Donna has a keen interest in Young People’s Health Transition and has supported national projects, including being a Steering Group member for the NHSI Transition Collaborative and The Burdett Trust Transition Advisory groups. 

Donna is passionate about promoting Health-based Youth Work on a wider level. She has written papers and book chapters about health-based youth work and has recently developed, along with her team, a Health-Based Youth Work Curriculum. She is currently chair of the national Health-based Youth Worker’s Network. 

Achievements have included the Action For Sick Children Best Practice Award ‘Outstanding Achievement in Adolescent Services’ – 2001; the British Journal of Renal Medicine Award ‘Innovation in Nephrology’ – 2002; recognition as a case study for Best Practice by the National Youth Agency in 2003 & 2008; finalist in the Children & Young People Now Services Awards 2006; Winner of the Children & Young People’s Services Awards 2008; Winner of the National Clubs for Young People Healthy Living Award 2008; Clubs for Young People ‘Youth Club of the Year’ – 2009; Clubs for Young People ‘Youth Leader of the Year’ – 2009; NUH Honours Volunteer of the Year Award 2009; Finalist in the Children & Young People Now’s Services Awards 2012; 2013 and 2016; Youth Forum Patient Champion Award 2017; Shortlisted in NUHonours awards 2017 & 2019; NUH Family Health Champions Award 2021.


Job Title:
Consultant Endocrinologist and Clinical Service Lead for Endocrinology
Organisation
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Biography

Helena is a consultant in endocrinology at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, and clinical service lead for endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism for University Hospitals Birmingham. She is also adult endocrinology clinical lead for the West Midlands Genomic Disease Advisory Board, and acts as an adviser to a number of patient support groups.

Helena has been a member of the RCP’s Young Adult and Adolescent Steering Group since 2010 (serving as chair between 2013 and 2018), reflecting her interest in improving the healthcare of young people both in endocrinology, and in the broader health arena. This work also involved developing NICE guidance and quality statements for transition, and giving evidence to the relevant All Party Parliamentary Group.

Throughout her career, Helena has spearheaded training initiatives in young people’s health (including transition), including developing a JRCPTB supported guide for trainers and trainees, and creating an acute care toolkit for adolescents and young adults.

Helena has also served as the Royal College of Paediatric and Child Health’s national clinical champion for the eLFH Adolescent Health Programme, and oversaw its relaunch in 2015.


Job Title:
Roald Dahl CNS for Teenager and Young Adults
Organisation
Barts Health
Biography

Neil Fletcher is a Roald Dahl Clinical Nurse Specialist for Teenagers and Young Adults at Barts Health NHS Trust. He is co-hosting Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity's Roald Dahl Nursing Conference. The theme for this year's event is is on 'Transition of Care'.

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Past Attendee Feedback

Held as an interactive online forum and now available to you as a series of video presentations, here is some feedback on the excellent content from the professionals who attended:

"Absolutely fantastic day, thorough and very enjoyable"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"Definitely worth attending"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"Excellent presentations and co-ordination of study day"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"I am impressed with the way the virtual conference has been put together, I attended a different conference recently which was difficult to navigate around and other technical issues, but this has been smooth and a pleasurable experience"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"It's been energising and inspiring. It was a really good balance between policy direction, research, examples of service improvements and patient stories"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"Some really interesting reflections and presentations of innovative ways of working"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"Very efficient delivery of the sessions, a very good chair of the event and really put together event by SBK team! Thank you"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

"Very useful. Gave me things to think about especially in the way we can monitor health outcomes etc"

Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services, July 2020

Who came?

If you purchase and view the presentation video and accompanying sides, you will be in good company! The following is an insight into the job titles and organisations who came to the Enhancing Adolescent Care and Transition into Adult Services when it was held on Wednesday 14th July 2021:

Job titles:

  • Cardiac Adolescent and Transition Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Cardiac Nurse Specialist
  • Child & Personal Support Worker
  • Children and Young People’s Senior Policy Manager
  • Children's Community Nurse
  • Children's Diabetes Specialist Nurse
  • Clinical Lead for Children with Complex Needs and SEND DCO
  • Clinical Lead Nurse for Quality and Patient Engagement
  • Clinical Service Lead for Endocrinology 
  • Community Children's Nursing Service Manager
  • Consultant
  • Consultant Endocrinologist
  • Lead in Transition
  • Consultant in Child and Adolescent & Intellectual Disability Psychiatry
  • Consultant in Diabetes & Endocrinology
  • Consultant Paediatrician
  • Designated Nurse, Children in Care
  • Diabetes Specialist Nurse
  • Director of Midwifery
  • Divisional Chief Nurse for Women & Children
  • GP Clinical Lead for CAMHS
  • GP Partner and Clinical Director
  • Head of Children and Young People's Mental Health Commissioning
  • Matron - Children's Community Services
  • National Lead Nurse - Burdett National Transformation Junior Sister
  • Transition Nursing Network
  • Nurse
  • Paediatric Commissioning Manager
  • Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse
  • Paediatric Matron
  • Paediatric Specialist Registrar
  • Regional Nurse Advisor London
  • Regional Nurse Advisor Midlands
  • Regional Nurse Advisor North
  • Regional Nurse Advisor South
  • Research Hospital Transition Lead Nurse
  • Roald Dahl Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Roald Dahl Transition Co-Ordinator
  • Service Manager
  • Service Manager for Complex Care Barnet
  • Special School Nursing Barnet & Brent
  • Team Manager, Community Paediatrics
  • Transition Lead Nurse
  • Ward Manager
  • Ward Sister

Organisations:

  • Acorns Children's Hospice
  • Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
  • Barts Health NHS Trust
  • Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital
  • Burdett National Transition Nursing Network
  • Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Cambridgeshire & Peterborough CCG
  • Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
  • Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
  • Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
  • Herne Hill Group Practice and The Well Centre
  • Hywel Dda University Health Board
  • Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Lewisham and Greenwhich NHS Trust
  • Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
  • Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
  • North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust
  • Northern Health and Social Care Trust
  • Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children (RBHSC)
  • Royal Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
  • Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
  • Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust
  • South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS FT
  • Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
  • The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
  • Ty Gobaith Childrens Hospices
  • University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust