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Featuring presentation videos and accompanying slides: come together with your health and social care colleagues working across community services to troubleshoot, share ideas and leave invigorated to improve existing and build new services. Find out how to provide seamless patient pathways, measure the success of your team and solidify the integration of your children’s services.

Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community
On-demand 3 hours £299+VAT

3 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn

Seize this opportunity to improve your care pathways, meet the needs of CYP and work collaboratively across health and social care. Download and view to refocus on:

  • Establishing integrated care models to improve patient outcomes
  • Achieving whole systems change: learn from Child Health GP Hubs
  • Progressing your rapid response team in line with patient needs
  • Improving discharge pathways for children with complex needs
  • Enhancing the quality of life for children during palliative care
  • Building and developing an acute 24/7 community service

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
  • Featuring engaging video and accompanying slides
  • Available at £299 + VAT for NHS and public sector professionals
  • Download and view in your own time
  • CPD Certificate issued to you after viewing the video
4 presentations | 10 parts | 3 CPD hours | Filmed on Wednesday 29th September 2021
1
Introduction and chair’s opening remarks
Sarah Hulme, Head of Children, Young People and Family Services, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Establishing integrated care models
2
Case study: Achieving an integrated model of care for children’s community healthcare
Sarah Hulme, Head of Children, Young People and Family Services, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust and Julia Mills, Head of Children's Integrated Commissioning, London Borough of Camden
3
Questions and answers with Sarah Hulme and Julia Mills
4
Case study: Learning from Connecting Care for Children (CC4C) and Child Health GP Hubs
Rianne Steele, CC4C Coordinator, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
5
Questions and answers with Rianne Steele
Building pathways for complex children
6
An innovative discharge team: Moving medically and socially complex children from hospital to home
Dr Mary Salama, Consultant Paediatrician and Rachel Shannahan, CMIC Senior Sister, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
7
Questions and answers with Mary Salama
Improving palliative care
8
Enhancing the quality of life for children during palliative or end of life care at home
Lisa Pullen, Queen’s Nurse, Clinical Manager Specialist Children’s Community Nursing Service, Children and Family Health Devon
9
Questions and answers with Lisa Pullen
10
Chair’s closing remarks
Sarah Hulme, Head of Children, Young People and Family Services, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

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


Job Title:
Head of Children, Young People and Family Services
Organisation
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Biography

Sarah Hulme is Head of CYP and Family Services for CNWL in Inner London.  A Speech and Language Therapist by background, Sarah has almost 30 years’ experience working with children with complex and additional needs and their families. 

Sarah established the alliance known as ‘Camden Integrated Children’s Service’ in 2014. Her role affords her the opportunity to lead community children’s services across 4 NHS providers and the local authority, working in partnership to deliver the best outcomes for CYP and families.

Sarah is particularly interested in co-production at both personal and strategic levels, using shared knowledge and skills to improve performance and outcomes.

Until her appointment to this role in December 2014, Sarah was Head of Speech and Language Therapy for a neighbouring trust. She graduated from UCL with a BSc in Speech Sciences, and more recently gained an MSc in Clinical Leadership.


Job Title:
CC4C Coordinator
Organisation
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Biography

Rianne Steele is the Programme Coordinator for Connecting Care for Children, an innovative integrated child health programme based at St Mary’s Hospital and covering the majority of North West London. Her role focuses on the continued development of the GP Child Health Hubs in collaboration with the variety of clinicians who attend. This ensures we are continually providing a strong service for Children & Young people as well as a place for on-going learning for all.

Rianne also works closely with junior doctors who rotate through the CC4C Integrated Paediatrics role to give them an insight into working in a different way to provide more holistic care for patients.Rianne Steele is the Programme Coordinator for Connecting Care for Children, an innovative integrated child health programme based at St Mary’s Hospital and covering the majority of North West London. Her role focuses on the continued development of the GP Child Health Hubs in collaboration with the variety of clinicians who attend. This ensures we are continually providing a strong service for Children & Young people as well as a place for on-going learning for all.

Rianne also works closely with junior doctors who rotate through the CC4C Integrated Paediatrics role to give them an insight into working in a different way to provide more holistic care for patients.


Job Title:
Consultant Paediatrician
Organisation
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Biography

Mary Salama works as a consultant paediatrician at Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital. She has a leadership role in human factors and improving care for children with medical complexity.

She is a quality improvement enthusiast and has been a member of the Q community since 2017. Projects have included improvements in systems surrounding children with medical complexity, communication with young people in the co-produced #teentalk initiative and the incorporation of parental escalation in paediatric early warning scores. She is a clinical entrepreneur, an executive member of the Colab partnership and an advisor for the Wellchild Charity.


Job Title:
CMIC Senior Sister
Organisation
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
Biography

Rachel is currently working as Sister and nursing lead for The Children with Medical Complexities Team based at Birmingham Children's Hospital. She has worked within the acute sector for the past 17 years within Birmingham. Rachel has worked within a variety of different roles working with children with medical complexities, working as a CNS for EB and a Discharge Liaison for Children with Complex Needs. Rachel was also part of the founding team of The Hospital @ Home service within Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Rachel’s current role is her biggest achievement as she has been part of developing an innovative and unique service from the beginning. Rachel is passionate about trying to make a difference, by navigating barriers, working with families and trying to ensure that they get the right service at the right time. Rachel finds this role immensely rewarding and she is so proud to be part of a team of like-minded, determined, passionate professionals. 


Job Title:
Queen’s Nurse and Clinical Manager Specialist Children’s Community Nursing Service
Organisation
Children and Family Health Devon
Biography

Lisa is currently the Service Lead for a Specialist Children’s Community Nursing Service in Devon, which includes Specialist Nurses, Children’s Community Nurses, Special School Nurses, Complex Health Care Nurses and a Children’s Palliative Care Nursing Team. 

Lisa has worked in the community setting for over 20 years initially as a Community Oncology Nurse, CCN and Children’s Community Matron, then latterly as a Nurse Manager and Service Lead. 

Lisa completed a specialist practice qualification in 2000 and non-medical prescribing qualification in 2006. She has a special interest and MSc qualification in palliative care and set up the Devon Palliative Care Nursing Team in 2012. Lisa was awarded the Queen’s Nurse Award in 2019.

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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:

"Very informative, interesting to hear the case studies of others and sharing experience"

Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community, September 2021

"Really relevant, and great to share experiences and learn from different teams"

Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community, September 2021

"Enjoyable course run well"

Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community, September 2021

"A very useful interactive day with lots of networking and good ideas"

Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community, September 2021

“Really useful. Great size groups which gave everyone the opportunity to share views/ask questions”

Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community, September 2021

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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 Streamlining Children’s Care in the Community conference when it was held on Wednesday 29th September 2021:

Job titles:


  • CC4C Coordinator
  • CCN Matron
  • Clinical Lead for Community Children's Nursing
  • Clinical Lead Nurse
  • Clinical Nurse Co-ordinator for children with life limiting conditions
  • CMIC Senior Sister
  • Community Children's Nurse
  • Community Lead Nurse
  • Consultant Paediatrician
  • Deputy Head of Care Complex
  • Head of Children, Young People and Family Services
  • Matron
  • Matron - Children's Community Nursing Team, CADU and CNS Team
  • Queen’s Nurse / Clinical Manager Specialist Children’s Community Nursing Service
  • Senior Quality Lead for Children & Young People
  • Team Leader

Organisations:


  • Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
  • Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Children & Family Health Devon
  • Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust
  • East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
  • East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hope House Children's Hospice
  • Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • NHS Lothian
  • NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
  • Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospital Galway