Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: find out what is happening and delve into your common challenges of transition, discharge and ethical decision making. Through both engaging educational presentations you will come away with practical solutions that will work for you and your service.
3 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
Find out more about the challenges that are being faced and overcome in other units at this uniquely interactive forum where you will be sharing great practice on:
- Meeting the ethical expectations and decision making for Long Term Ventilation
- Enabling transition and building a pathway for adolescent LTV patients
- Overcoming the common challenges of discharging Long Term Ventilation patients
- Providing education and getting children on AGP back to school
- Setting up and developing your LTV network
- Engaging with the families of LTV children and young people
- Exploring the different options when a child on LTV is unable to go home
Meet your education and training needs in your own time
Packed with examples of best practice, novel ideas and expert advice, plus benefit from:
- 3 CPD hours of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Available at £249 for NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible to download and view
- CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
|4 presentations | 9 parts | 3 CPD hours | Filmed on Thursday 24th June 2021|
Introduction, instructions and chair’s opening remarks
Dr Richard Chavasse, Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Setting up and developing your LTV network
Marilyn McDougall, Miriam Cabib, Jacqueline Agyekum & Dr Richard Chavasse
Q&A session with Marilyn McDougall, Miriam Cabib, Jacqueline Agyekum and Richard Chavasse
Meeting the ethical expectations and decision making for Long Term Ventilation
Tom Hilliard, Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
Q&A session with Tom Hilliard
Providing education and getting children on AGP back to school
Rebecca Daniels, Queen’s Nurse, Community Children’s Matron, East London Foundation NHS Trust
Q&A session with Rebecca Daniels
Improve your Patients Pathways and Support their Discharge Process
Gemma Williams, Clinical Practice Educator, Acorns Children’s Hospice and Lesley Johnson, Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Question and answer session with Gemma Williams and Lesley Johnson
Benchmark and progress your paediatric LTV care with...
Richard Chavasse is a consultant in respiratory paediatrics at St George’s Hospital, London. He has interest in Long Term Ventilation and is currently the Lead for LTV for the South Thames Paediatric Network. He has co-chaired the Pan London Ethical Framework Group. His other interests include asthma and congenital lung lesions. He contributes to the London Asthma Leadership and Initiative Group, The CYP transformation working group and was previously on the BTS SIGN asthma guideline steering group. He readily admits that he has not published enough. In his ‘spare’ time he helps look after three young people, drives a small electric car and cycles around the Surrey Hills quite slowly.
Miriam Cabib is a senior project manager who specialises in leading and delivering innovative transformational change and improvement projects across multiple healthcare organisations and partners. After graduating with a Master’s Degree in International Health Management from Imperial College Business School and from the NHS Leadership Academy’s Elizabeth Garett Anderson Programme, Miriam gained a wealth of experience working for healthcare services both in Italy and in the UK. In the UK, she did this first as an operational manager for The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and then as a strategy project manager for the Evelina London Children’s Hospital Network. In 2018, she joined the South Thames Paediatric Network team which is the nationally commissioned Specialist Paediatric Network that covers over 2.2 million children and young people across South London, Surrey, Sussex and Kent. Her current projects focus on the development, delivery and coordination of the Surgery in Children Network and of the Pan-Thames Paediatric Long Term Ventilation Collaborative. Miriam is passionate about advocating for integrated, patient-centric and sustainable care both locally and globally; she has recently participated in the Programme for Integrated Child Health and she is currently part of the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Quality Improvement Coach programme.
Jacqueline joined the South Thames Paediatric Network as AHP Lead in February 2020. She is currently focusing on projects around the discharge process and equipment provision for children on Long Term Ventilation.
Jacqueline continues to work clinically as a Highly Specialist Paediatric Occupational Therapist for Evelina London Community Services and as brain injury Case Manager. In both roles, she specialises in working with children with complex physical and sensory needs. She is passionate about removing barriers that impact the ability to provide truly holistic care.
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Past attendee feedback
“I really enjoyed the interactive sessions. It broke up the day and gave everyone the chance to speak to different people working with LTV patients."
“Very informative day, speakers were very knowledgeable in their areas of expertise."
“I really enjoyed the discussions and breakout rooms - it was great to have such an interaction."