Paediatric Transition Services in Line with NICE Guidelines
This NHS conference will focus on how services have evolved since the publication of the NICE guidelines, providing a unique opportunity to delve into the ins and outs of tackling engagement and communication, drive forward patient self-care and ensure supported and smooth transition.
This NHS conference will provide you and your team with a unique opportunity to benchmark your transition services and hear how transition has advanced since the publication of the NICE guidelines in 2016. Come together and network with paediatric and adult transition service colleagues from across the country and take away invaluable guidance and knowledge for optimising your service.
By focusing on practical guidance to enable tangible change, you will leave this NHS conference ready to:
- Benchmark your transition strategies
- Optimise your support for children and young people
- Upskill young people to be self-reliant
- Develop a planned transition pathway
- Revitalise introductions to adult services
- Tackle your communication and engagement challenges
- Implement annual meetings
- Create a supportive transition service
This specialised NHS course has been developed to help your team deliver effective and efficient transition from paediatric to adult services and fulfil the professional needs of:
- Transition Service Managers, Co-Ordinators and Practitioners
- Paediatric Consultants
- Paediatric Acute and Community Matrons and Nurses
- Youth Workers and Social Works
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 audience, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Paediatrics, 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 Thames Valley & Wessex Paediatric Critical Care ODN.
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|9.00||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks |
Su Madge, Consultant Nurse, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
National developments and progressions
|9.40||Overview of the NICE guidelines: quality standards explored |
Supporting young people with their transition to adult health services: how is this outlined?
What were the intended outcomes of the quality standards and how have these presented themselves
Measuring the outcomes and the national perspective of transition
Caroline Bennett, Assistant Director: Social Care, Council for Disabled Children and Member, NICE Transition from children’s to adult services Guideline Committee
|10.20||Shared findings of the 5 year NIHR Programme Grant for Transition|
Outline of the findings: evidenced based and concise discoveries
How the findings are consistent and align with NICE guidance
How the recommendations can be taken on-board to improve transition services across the NHS
Allan Colver, Professor of Community Child Health, Newcastle University
Tackling engagement and improving communication
|11.20||Case study: How an established diabetes transition service has develop and evolved|
Collaborating with a youth worker to improve support and introductions to adult services
Integrating a youth worker: where did we come from and how has the role developed
Measuring the changes in line with quality standards: what has been implemented in the last year?
Julie Cropper, Transition Lead/Young People's Diabetes Nurse Specialist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals
|12.00||Improving engagement and communication in transition for young people|
Exploring how, where and when to engage with young people for transition into adult services
Using techniques: what strategies have worked and been effective in enegagement
Shared insights into an extensive 2 year transition project and a developing online training tool
Carrie James, Paediatric Nurse, Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust
Candice Pellett OBE, District Nurse, Queen’s Nurse, Transition Project Manager, The Queen's Nursing Institute
Driving forward patient self-care for young people
|1.50||What can a transition document do to change a life? Implementation of new process to stop children falling through gaps|
From idea to implementation: aligning resources and access with the new quality standards
Planning transition and bridging the gap in services to encourage patient self-care
Measuring the outcomes: has transition been made more accessible and enabled long term self-care?
Raj Jhamat, Clinical Nurse Specialist/Lead Nurse for Learning Disability, Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
|2.30||Ensuring young people become more self-reliant in less family centred adult services|
Putting young people at the centre of transition: ensuring well-planned, integrated and supported processes for mental health care
Implementing continuous developmental support, co-ordinated transfers and timely preparation
Increasing the benefits for well positioned transition: achieving education, independent living, working and personal goals
Cathy Street, Director, The GIFT Partnership
Ensuring smooth and supported transition
|3.30||Case study: Innovative award winning renal transition clinc: engagement and service design shared |
Engaging young people through holistic management of transition to adult services
How a service has been designed around the young people's needs as they mature and develop
Measuring the outcomes against new quality standards: what has and what will continue to change?
Tina Chrysochou, Consultant Renal Physician and Honoary Lecturer, Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|4.10||NICE Quality Standards and the transition buddy: how to ensure YP are prepared for transition|
Explore how you can take elements of the guidelines and implement them to develop your service
Implementation of a transition buddy: outcomes of a named person to support with transition
How can you use the themes of the guidelines to effectively drive forward transition from paedaitric to adult services
Su Madge, Consultant Nurse, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
|4.50||Close of day|
Share your challenges, hear best practice advice and discuss new ideas with:
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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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