Developing your Paediatric High Dependency Unit
This conference is a unique event that will provide a platform to bring together all NHS professionals working across paediatric critical care in order to discuss key challenges and share best practice approaches to advancing paediatric high dependency care. This interactive forum will tackle service development, evaluation, training and share an educational update in line with new paediatric critical care guidelines and NHS England review.
The conference will be packed with best practice advice and shared experiences of PHDUs which will enable you to take away implementable tools in order to progress your paediatric critical care services. Come together with others working within PHDUs or looking to progress their paediatric high dependency services to find out how to:
- Develop your PHDU
- Deliver high flow oxygen therapy
- Effectively evaluate your service
- Drive forward training and education
- Implement on-going training to ensure high standards of nursing care
- Tackle the NHS England National Paediatric Review
- Drive forward your service in line with the ‘Time to Move On’ guide
- Master the challenge of long term ventilated children
Designed to help you develop and progress your PHDU, this dedicated platform will allow you to take away practical implementation advice to improve your care of high dependency paediatric patients and ensure you are operating the most effective service possible. Featuring:
- Understanding how your PHDU can be developed
- Engaging in service appraisal in regards to new critical care guidelines
- Enabling PHDU staff development
- Applying the NHS England National Paediatric Critical Care Review
- Improve your practical understanding of a ‘Time to Move On’
By attending this case-study sharing course you will learn new tools that you can implement and network with NHS representatives from:
- PHDUs and PICUs: consultant paediatric intensivists, nurse consultants, lead nurses and APNP
- Paediatric Wards and Service Managers: Matrons, Education Facilitators, Project Managers, ITU/ICU Managers, Critical Care Managers
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 High Dependency audience, build familiarity and take away leads.
If you belong to an association or network that is related to Paediatric High Dependency, 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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Developing your Paediatric High Dependency Unit, March 2017 was described by one attendee as having "a good range of presenters covering pertinent issues for those running PHDUs, giving a good idea of management challenges faced around the country & some ideas of how to address them".
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|8.50||Registration, refreshment and networking|
|9.20||Chair’s opening remarks|
Peter-Marc Fortune, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Associate Clinical Head (RMCH), Lead Consultant for Resuscitation & Simulation Services, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
DEVELOPING A PHDU
|9.30||Case study: Evolution of a PHDU and how to develop high dependency over time |
Insight into how a long standing HDU set up with minimal costs and lessons learnt along the way
Overcoming a lack of written protocols when setting up a PHDU
Where we are now and a look to the future: building an action plan
Allison Bellamy, Sister, PHDU, Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
|10.10||Setting up and meeting challenges and standards in a small District General Hospital |
Assessing the challenges of setting up, delivering and maintaining high dependency care in local hospitals
How can DGH ensure they align PHDUs with national standards?
Measuring the benefits and pitfalls of local high dependency care: what will the future hold?
Kate Burgess, Paediatric High Dependency Coordinator, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
Laura Filby, Consultant Paediatrician, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
|11.10||Training and education for an effective PHDU staff base |
Implementation of training guidelines: supervised practice, competency training and intensive care exposure
Insight into the role of the nurse consultant and lead in the PHDU
How to ensure consistent service arrangements and ensure children’s critical care specialist skills are refreshed and up to date
Yvonne Heward, Lead Nurse for Education and Workforce Development, PICU, Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
|11.50||Case study: Development of in-house Paediatric High Dependency Unit training |
Implementing a training programme: overcome the challenges and assess the benefits
What does in-house HDU training look like? Creating an effective and educational programme
Measuring the success: impact of training on staff and patient experience and efficiency
Sophia Touzani, Paediatric Practice Educator, Barts Health NHS Trust
|12.30||Questions and answers with the morning speakers|
NATIONAL PAEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE REVIEW
|2.00||Insight into the National Paediatric Review with NHS England|
What changes need to be implemented across the networks to provide sustainable paediatric critical care and high quality, safe care
Overcoming the lack of funding: influencing commissioning bodies for necessary high dependency support
Ensuring collaboration between professionals across PHDUs over the UK
Peter Wilson, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
PAEDIATRIC HIGH DEPENDENCY CARE APPRAISAL
|2.40||Case study: Service Evaluation of Level 1 and Level 2 Paediatric Critical Care in Yorkshire and Humber|
Evidenced insight into the service evaluation process and auditing using PCCMDS
Understand the challenges facing District General Hospitals in achieving the aspirational standards and the role of the Network
How to move forward: developing paediatric critical care
Karen Perring, Lead Nurse, North Yorkshire and Humberside Critical Care Network (subject to avaliability)
INSIGHT INTO THE ‘TIME TO MOVE ON’ GUIDE
|3.40||‘Time to Move On’: how to apply the recommendations in practice |
Background: from initiation of the project to producing the document
The guidelines in practice: delivering a safe, high-quality service
Insight into the challenges of commissioning for the developments to paediatric services
Kevin Morris, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist, Birmingham Children's Hospital
|4.20||Questions and answers with the afternoon speakers|
|4.40||Close of day|
This unique event will bring together professionals working across the paediatric critical care services. They will share best practice advice, experiences and open up discussions about how to overcome challenges in the workforce. Learn from evidenced based case presentations with confirmed speakers including:
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