On-demand: featuring presentation and speaker Q&A: this 1 hour CPD webinar has been created for diabetes healthcare professionals who would like to develop their skills and their approach to empowering adolescents to self-manage. Benefit from experienced speakers Professor Deborah Christie and Dr Fiona Campbell, who will guide you through maintaining contact with patients and families, motivating young people, improving engagement and advancing your consultations.
A full list of all upcoming Diabetes events can also be viewed at the official Diabetes National Networking Forum website.
1 hour Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
This crucial webinar is designed to equip you with the skills to achieve engagement and empower self-management in young people with type 1 diabetes, plus answer your questions on:
- Overcoming the barriers for maintaining contact with patients and their families
- Ensuring diabetes care stays a priority for young people
- Empowering your adolescent patients to understand and act on their data
- Utilising peer support services and considering the impact on engagement
- Applying motivational interview skills and interventions to your remote and face-to-face consultations
Support and guidance for you in your own time
This ‘Motivating and engaging adolescents and their families living with T1D’ webinar is sponsored by Abbott. By attending the webinar you will benefit from:
- One hour of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring an engaging video you can access in your own time
- Free to all NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible on the 'watch now' tab
|1 hour video | Filmed on Monday 11th October | featuring:|
Introduction and instructions
Dr Fiona Campbell, Lead Clinician for Paediatrics, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Motivating and engaging adolescents and their families living with T1D
Professor Deborah Christie, Professor of Paediatric and Adolescent Psychology and Consultant Clinical Psychologist/Clinical Lead for Paediatric and Adolescent Psychological Services, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Question and answer session
Professor Deborah Christie, Professor of Paediatric and Adolescent Psychology and Consultant Clinical Psychologist/Clinical Lead for Paediatric and Adolescent Psychological Services, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Fiona Campbell, Lead Clinician for Paediatrics, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
First-hand speaker experience
Deborah Christie is Professor of paediatric and adolescent psychology and consultant clinical psychologist/clinical lead for paediatric and adolescent psychological services at University College London Hospital’s NHS Foundation Trust where she has worked since 1998. She is Past President of the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine (2018/19) and was awarded an honorary fellowship by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in 2017. She is currently Editor in Chief of Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Professor Christie recently joined the Diabetes Research Wellness Foundation Research Advisory Board. She is a member of the Expert Advisory Group for Psychological Practice in Physical Health.
Professor Christie has a passion for working with young people searching for ways to live with chronic illness. She is an international presenter and trainer in motivational and solution focused therapies and works with multidisciplinary teams to help them engage and communicate effectively with children, young people and families. Professor Christie has published over 200 peer reviewed papers and chapters and is co-editor of a bestselling book Psychosocial aspects of diabetes in children, adolescents and families.
Dr Campbell has been a Consultant in Paediatric Diabetes for 21 years and runs a large diabetes service at Leeds Children’s Hospital, Leeds. England, UK for 450 patients aged 0-20 years. The Leeds diabetes team has a special interest in the use of technologies and integrating their use into routine clinical practice. 60 % of our patients are using insulin pumps, 30 % using continuous glucose monitoring and over 25% using the Abbott Freestyle Libre system.
She has been the Chair of the National Children and Young Peoples (CYP) Diabetes Network in England & Wales for the last 8 years and believes that this has given her a unique perspective of the national picture in the provision of services and standards of care offered to CYP with diabetes in England and Wales.
She has a particular interest in improving care quality and has been involved in many quality improvement initiatives in Children and Young Peoples diabetes care over the last 10 years. She was involved in discussions leading to the development of the Best Practice Tariff and its introduction to the CYP Diabetes services in England in 2012. She was also the diabetes clinician that originally developed the National Peer Review Quality Assurance Programme for Paediatric Diabetes.
In addition to the above roles she is currently serving on the Council of Healthcare Professionals at Diabetes UK to ensure that the interests of children and young peoples are addressed. She is also CYP Diabetes representative on the NHS England CCG Improvement and Assessment Framework Expert Reference Group, the Diabetes UK Clinical Advisory Group, the ABCD/Diabetes UK Type 1 Right Care pathway development group, Type 1 Diabetes Collaborative and the UK Insulin Pump Network.