Managing Mental Health in Paediatric Acute Care
Attend this dedicated, case study driven and informative paediatric mental health NHS conference and leave the day equipped with new tools and knowledge to effectively deliver mental health care in your acute paediatric unit. This one day NHS conference will enable you to progress your service by covering national updates, crisis, staffing and risk assessment management, improving communication with children and innovative projects.
When more and more children are facing mental health challenges everyday this NHS conference will equip you with lots of interesting and implementable ideas which you can benefit from to improve practice for children’s mental health in acute care. Come together and network with paediatric and CAMHS colleagues from across the country and take away invaluable guidance and knowledge for optimising your service.
This paediatric conference will help you to overcome the day to day challenges of managing mental health within a busy paediatric acute care ward. Come along to this one day NHS conference and discover realistic ways that your service can:
- Raise the profile of children’s mental health in acute care
- Develop a plan for overcoming the common encounters
- Drive forward capabilities for mental health challenges
- Ensure safe staffing of acute paediatric wards
- Prepare and educate your acute workforce effectively
- Understand assessments and management of risks
- Improve communication paediatric patients
- Implement innovation initiatives to aid mental health challenges
This insightful seminar will offer interesting presentations to help you proactively address the challenges facing mental health in paediatric acute care. It has been developed to suit the specific needs of:
- Paediatric and CAMHS Service, Ward and Nurse Leads and Managers
- Paediatric Acute Pathway Leads
- Paediatric Consultants
- Paediatric and CAMHS Nurses, Matrons and Sisters
- Commissioners for Paediatric Services
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This event was previously held in June 2017 and attendee feedback included “a very inspiring day. Lots of resources, opportunity for networking and plenty to take away and mull over” and “packed with information, inspirational people, useful topics & contacts to take back to my own organisation”.
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|8.30||Registration, refreshments and networking|
Max Davie, Paediatric Consultant and Mental Health Lead, Royal College of Paediatric Child Health
|9.00||NHS England update for the five year forward view: what will change for children locally? |
Insight into local and national programme delivery
How will the funding be allocated and what impact will it have on individual organisations?
Where are we now and a look to the future: shared findings from implementation so far
PROGRESSING YOUR SERVICE
|9.40||Developing a plan for overcoming mental health challenges in acute paediatrics |
From idea to implementation: insight into the strategy and objectives that were realised
Delivering and sustaining: developing a staff culture to encourage mental wellbeing
Outcomes of overcoming mental health challenges on patients, staff and your service
Dr Birgit Westphal, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist and Chair, Paediatric Liaison Network England
Dr Sally Benson, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Paediatric Psychology Network
|10.40||Case study: Impact of the pioneering mental health lead on the acute ward|
How appointing a pioneering lead for mental health can progress mental health to the forefront of paediatric acute care in your service
Evidenced insight and advice you can put into practice from an acute paediatric mental health nurse
Outcome measures: the reality of additional attention on mental health in acute paediatrics
Tom Evans, Clinical Lead Nurse for Mental Health, Paediatrics, The University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
CRISIS, STAFFING AND RISK ASSESSMENT
|11.20||How to provide mental health crisis care for children and young people in an acute setting |
Insight into the wider crisis approach to CYP mental health
Implementation of crisis care within the acute trust in A&E and paediatrics
Understanding the outcomes and impact of crisis care in urgent paediatric care
Mita Saha, Acting Team Manager, CAMHS crisis and IHT team, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
Sarah Watson, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
John Barnard, Project Lead, Crisis, Liaison and Home Treatment, Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
|1.40||Risk assessment and management of mental health on general acute paediatric wards |
How to effectively conduct risk assessments for children with mental health challenges on paediatric wards
Ensuring that any risk is understood and managed well: both achieving the best outcomes for the child and in terms of impacting on other children
Importance of taking the right approach: case study examples and outcomes explained
|2.20||Case study: Use of children and young people centred communication in an acute mental health setting |
Insight and understanding for overcoming the challenges of implementing children and young people centred communication
Developing and sustaining good communication using the Me first approach: how it works in practice
Evidenced insight into the impact of good communication on children and young people’s experience in mental health services
Rachel Naunton, Me first Project Lead, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust
|3.20||Case study: How digital innovations can driving forward mental health in paediatric care|
Evidenced insight into developing, funding and sustaining paediatric engagement in services
Implementation of innovations into acute paediatric service and cross the gap between mental health and acute care
Future proofing: continued developmental with digital innovations in acute paediatric
|4.00||Interactive session: how to implement effective changes in your organisation to improve mental health care in acute paediatrics|
|4.30||Close of day|
Share knowledge on how your service can work productively toward achieving effective mental health care with acute paediatric services, with informative presentations by:
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- 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
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Wednesday 20th March 2018 at Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds : £110 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
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Hilton Leeds City is located very close to the Leeds City Train Station with approximately a three minute walk to the hotel. The hotel also has an onsite car park for 80 vehicles. Large cars and 4x4's can access and be parked with care, but please be aware of tight turning areas.
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Certification of Attendance
A certificate for Continuing Professional Development will be given to each participant who completes the course, as a record of your continuing professional training and development.
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If you are unable to attend or would like to pick up an additional set of documentation on the day, the event documentation is available for purchase at £89 per set.