Strategies for ‘Avoiding Term Admissions into Neonatal Units’
With term admissions becoming mandated as a focus for all services across the country, this NHS conference is your opportunity to gain a national update, hear case study presentations, learn how to collaborate across maternity and neonatal services and reduce your term admission rates.
Attend this one day conference to hear case study presentations from networks, universities and trusts from across the country. Benchmark your service, gain new implementable ideas and determine the solutions to your challenges, which will enable you to transform the way you reduce neonatal term admissions.
This unique networking forum with enable to you build an action plan to achieve your targets by focussing on:
- National initiatives: incentivising transitional care, implementing e-learning and exploring ATAIN
- Implementing ATAIN into pre-registration: building a university module around ATAIN, engaging students in term admissions and assessing a pilot module
- Exploring network term admissions targets: implementing ATAIN across a network, appointing ATAIN champion, achieving targets and producing action plans
- Implementing ATAIN at trust level: exploring different models of TC, developing a neonatal in-reach service, collaborating across maternity and neonatal teams and implementing term admission projects
- Collaborating across neonatal and maternity services: insight into a collocated service, reducing admissions pre-concept, during pregnancy and post-birth and developing in line with ATAIN
This day is a must attend NHS conference for those working in neonatal and maternity services across the NHS. This event is designed for but not limited to attendance from:
- Maternity Matrons, Nurses, Sisters and Midwives
- Neonatal Nurses, Matrons, Sisters, ANNPs
- Neonatal and Maternity Clinical Leads and Consultants
- Neonatal and Maternity Practice Facilitators, Educators, Managers and Leads
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This event has been researched with and sculpted by the experience of past attendees from ‘How to Reduce your Neonatal Term Admissions’ - May 2017, Bristol, which delegates described as ‘relevant and pertinent to current pressures and problems’ and ‘excellent, thought provoking and supportive’
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National update and case study examples: develop targets and action plans in line with initiatives and collaborate across networks, neonatal and maternity services.
|8.30||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.00||Chair’s opening remarks|
|9.10||Evidenced insight into the national initiatives, ATAIN and a new e-learning programme |
Discover the current drivers for reducing term admissions in every trust
Incentivising transitional care: what are the implications for neonatal and maternity services?
Explore leadership and workforce projects: promoting collaboration and exploring ATAIN targets
Michele Upton, Patient Safety Lead, Maternity and Newborn, NHS Improvement
Implementing ATAIN into pre-registration
|9.50||Driving forward an effective future for neonatal care: Implementing the ATAIN programme into education|
The practicalities of building a university module which is reflective of the ATAIN programme
Explore how the module works in practice: insight into the e-learning tool and student engagement
Measuring the outcomes: how has the trial module worked?
Exploring network term admission targets
|10.50||Case study: Working across a network to implement the ATAIN programme and reduce term admissions |
Achieving targets: appointing ATAIN champions and producing action plans
Evidenced insight into the pitfalls and successes of working collaboratively across the network
Assessing results and looking to the future: have term admissions been reduced and what is next for the network?
Implementing ATAIN at trust level
|11.30||Case study: Utilising community outreach and transitional care teams to reduce term admissions into the NICU|
Discover how one trust has improved term admission rates through increasing the efficiency of their existing services
Exploring a different model: a paediatric TCU, input on the post-natal ward and getting babies home
Building a plan and working collaboratively to reduce term admissions in line with ATAIN
Sara Harris, Neonatal Discharge Planning Coordinator and Community Lead, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Donna Scott, Senior Sister Community Team, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|12.00||Discussion session with the morning speakers|
|1.30||Developing a neonatal in-reach service: collaborating across neonatal and maternity services |
Explore the journey: how one trust built an in-reach model to address term admissions
Assess how it works in practice: discover a different model of transition care
Measuring the success of a neonatal and maternity collaboration and the impact on term admission rates
Christine Ashworth, Directorate Manager, Newborn Services, NICU, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
|2.10||Case study: Evidenced outcome of how one trust implemented a term admission project: evidenced outcomes |
Planning and preparing: discover the practicalities of implementing the project and assess how it aligns with the ATAIN programme
Overcoming the obstacles and assessing the impact: engaging staff, working collaboratively and reducing term admissions
A look to the future: implementing targets and assessing how the project will continue to develop in line with ATAIN?
Marie Lindsay-Sutherland, Lead ANNP, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Collaborating across neonatal and maternity services
|3.10||Progressing maternity and neonatal collaboration: insight into a collocated service |
Discover the importance of effective collaboration on reducing admissions pre-concept, during pregnancy and post-birth
Explore the benefits and pitfalls of a collaborated maternity and neonatal service and assess the outcomes
What’s next? How will the service continue to develop in line with ATAIN?
|3.50||Interactive session: Overcome the challenges and barriers for reducing term admissions |
Utilise this unique opportunity to discuss how to overcome and unlock the barriers to enable you to deliver a reduction in term admissions to the neonatal unit. Share your experiences and best practice advice and gain new and valuable ideas which will assist you to progress effective collaboration between your neonatal and maternity service in line with ATAIN.
|4.20||Close of day|
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