The Diana Service is a unique multidisciplinary ccN team providing care and support for children and families requiring special nursing care in a community setting. This intensive workshop gives CCN Service Leads, Community Children’s Nurses, APNPs and Children’s Commissioners the chance to learn from their experiences and find out how to implement innovative practice in your own team.
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:
Excellent to meet colleagues who are like minded. Inspired to go back and change everythingABUHB Wales
This has been a most exciting day. Fresh and frank. Gave me so much inspirationBedford Hospital NHS Trust
A very useful and informative day; a real insight into various practices of children’s community nursingCambridge Community Services
I found the conference very useful, I learnt interesting things from other trusts of how they work. I felt I was able to take ideas away to use in my area of workSandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust
Intimate. Excellent opportunities for networking and discussionNorthamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
The documentation from How to Implement an Innovative Children’s Community Nursing Service 2015 which took place on 11 February 2015 in Birmingham, includes the following presentations:
- Commissioner Perspective - Commissioning CCN Services
- Meeting the Challenges of Delivering Integrated CCN Services - • Looking at how the CCN team in Sandwell & West Birmingham deliver integrated care across acute wards and in the community: providing a seamless service • Outlining the team's work delivering care at home to children with complex medical needs • Outcomes and experiences: the impact of the CCN service on acute referrals, frequency of hospital stays and length of stay
- Developing a Partnership Model for Palliative Care - • How Birmingham Children's Hospital established a collaborative palliative care team • Understanding the role of CCN’s and hospices in delivering a partnership model that offers quality, streamlined care
- Community Children’s Nursing - Do We Get it Right?
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.
Please email the customer service team or telephone 01732 897788 stating the name and date of the event you would like to purchase documentation for. Payment is required in advance and this can be done by requesting an invoice or immediately using a debit card.
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.
Thank you for attending an SBK: Healthcare course. We are pleased to offer you on-line access to the documentation that you received at the event. This is an exclusive benefit for all of the attendees and includes additional and updated documentation.
Please enter your email address and password which is at the front of your documentation pack. The password will also be emailed to you after the event and this is your notification that the documentation is available on-line.
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