Practicalities of Delivering Paediatric Long Term Ventilation
This NHS conference is the perfect platform to come together with long term ventilation leads and teams from across the country. You will learn how to overcome your discharge and commissioning challenges through evidenced case studies and new ideas shared by thought leaders for LTV. Utilise this unique experience to discuss and share new ideas for facilitating consistency in LTV care, working within the ethical boundaries and identifying your next steps for paediatric long term ventilation.
When children on long term ventilation are a high cost group with complex and varying underlying medical conditions, they require input from multiple teams and services. This well-timed NHS conference will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to support LTV in your service. Come together with experienced healthcare professionals from across different teams and assess what you do in comparison to other trusts across the UK.
This dedicated Paediatric long term ventilation NHS Conference will provide you with the tools to take away and implement into your LTV service:
- Facilitating consistency in care: build up care consistency and quality and enable commissioning for children’s long term ventilation services
- Effective discharge planning: improving processes, reduce length of stay and treat LTV in the community, whilst ensuring the safety of care packages and enabling the transition from hospital to home
- Overcoming housing challenges: secure appropriate housing explore the different options for children unable to go home
- Caring for those living longer with LTV: explore ethical expectations and build a pathway for adolescent LTV patients
- Next steps for LTV services: looking to the future and quality standards for LTV
This one day meeting is ideal for NHS professionals working with children on long term ventilation in Acute Trusts, Community Services and CCGs. This includes but is not limited to:
- Consultant Paediatricians and Paediatric CNSs
- Respiratory Consultants and Respiratory CNSs
- PICU and PHDU Consultants and Lead Nurses
- Paediatric Matrons and Sisters
- Physiotherapists Social Care Workers
Have you considered sponsoring or exhibiting at this day? If you join us in 2017, you will be able to talk directly to this Paediatric Long Term Ventilation audience, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Paediatric Long Term Ventilation, SBK would welcome working with you. We can offer your members or network a discounted rate and a link with your website here. Current media partner includes the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
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|8.20||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.00||Chair’s opening remarks |
Peter-Marc Fortune, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital & President, Paediatric Intensive Care Society
FACILITATING CONSISTENCY IN CARE
|9.10||Developing practices and standards to build up care consistency and quality: the national picture|
Understanding continuing care and the levers you can use to unblock issues
Why being at home is better: how can you empower families to take ownership for their child’s care?
What can shared models of care and implementation of procedures do improve LTV care nationally?
Gale Pearson, Consultant in Paediatric Intensive Care, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
EFFECTIVE DISCHARGE PLANNING
|9.40||Ensuring the safety of care packages and competency for care for LTV in the community |
Providing specialist level care in the community: guidance for training community carers and completing competency booklets
How can you manage complications in the community?
Providing education for LTV patients in the community: when can they go to school?
David Widdas, Consultant Nurse, Coventry Community Health Service and Warwickshire Community Health Services
|10.40||The LTV patient journey to home and beyond: when, how, and why do we do it|
Context of care at present: understanding how the patient group is changing
Ceilings of care and making the decision to put a child on LTV: the multi-disciplinary team and involving the parents
How can we work collaboratively with and influence commissioners throughout the pathway
Isobel Brookes, Consultant in Respiratory Medicine, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
OVERCOMING HOUSING CHALLENGES
|11.10||Discharging long term ventilated children who are ready to go home: securing appropriate housing|
Tackling the housing crisis: how to get patients home safely, quickly and efficiently
Evidenced insight and lessons learnt for housing children effectively in areas of housing crisis
Outcomes shared: how to create a smoother discharge pathway for LTV children
Jo Keating, Education Lead, Project Manager & Physiotherapist, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
Emma Lear, Welfare Advisor, Hospital to Home, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
|11.40||Questions and answers with morning speakers|
|1.10||Exploring the different options when a child on long term ventilation is unable to go home|
Mapping alternative living arrangements for children with long term ventilation needs
Partnership working with health and social care professionals to support children and YP with LTV needs
Measuring patient experience: how can alternative living arrangements make a difference?
Sarah Kirby, RNIB Pears Centre for Specialist Learning
|1.40||The WELLcome Home Project: utilising the discharge navigator service where housing is a barrier|
How the project works: provision of advice and practical support
Enhancing service delivery, wellbeing and independence outcomes
Outcome measures: how the project has specifically assisted the discharge pathway for LTV children
Lucy MacFarlane, Team Leader, WELLcome Home and Nationwide, Shelter
Natalie Allen, Discharge Coordinator, WELLcome Home and Nationwide, Shelter
Taiba Rafakat, Peer Mentor, WELLcome Home and Nationwide, Shelter
CARING FOR THOSE LIVING LONGER WITH LTV
|2.10||Benchmarking your experience: meeting the ethical expectations for long term ventilation |
Managing the balance: what is on offer now versus what was on offer 10 years ago?
Assessing the benefits and challenges of growing resources: what it means for the patients and their families?
Shared experience of the ethical barriers of ventilating pre-term babies at 21 weeks and children in end of life palliative care
Joe Brierley, Consultant in Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
|3.00||Enabling transition into adult services: building a pathway for adolescent LTV patients |
Establishing transitional services and pathways: getting the funding and implementing the processes
Engaging with the families of your LTV young people to support transition: coordinating with social and education services
Outcomes shared: experienced solutions to enable longevity for discharging to adult services
Gillian Halley, Consultant Intensivist and Lead for Children’s Long Term Ventilation Service, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
NEXT STEPS FOR LTV SERVICES
|3.30||Looking to the future: system standards for paediatric long term ventilation |
Shared national perspective and updates on numbers of children on LTV
Building a service that can cope with the increasing demands and numbers of children on LTV
What does the future look like for the children on LTV and the services that care for them?
Peter Wilson, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
|4.00||Questions and answers with the afternoon speakers|
|4.20||Close of day|
This unique event will bring together professionals working across paediatric services supporting long term ventilation. They will share best practice advice and experiences about effective discharge processes and how to overcome commissioning challenges. Learn from evidenced based case study presentations with confirmed speakers including:
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- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
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