Developing Effective Neonatal Discharge Planning
Take one day out to attend this excellent networking opportunity and share best practice with other link-minded colleagues. Benefit from both neonatal service delivery presentations plus dedicated workshop sessions which will help you focus on discharge planning on admission to the neonatal unit, working collaboratively with your MDT, educating parents and carers and overcoming the complex barriers.
Attend this one NHS networking forum and leave with lots of great ideas, hints and tips to take back to your trust to drive forward neonatal discharge planning in your service. This is a study day not to be missed but don’t take our word for it, here are some of the things delegates have said about previous meetings in this series of neonatal conferences; “the best study day I have ever attended”, “wow…what an amazing study day!! Would definitely recommend to colleagues” and “a fabulous opportunity to network with other teams”.
This interactive study day will allow you take time out to build an implementable plan for driving forward and facilitating neonatal discharge planning in your service. Discover realistic ways your service can:
- Achieve effective neonatal discharge planning
- Promote early discharge pathways
- Implement a whole team approach
- Build parents’ education and competencies
- Prepare for discharging home oxygen babies
- Overcome housing and social barriers to discharge
- Enable discharge of complex and high risk babies
This day is a must attend NHS conference for those working to progress or establish neonatal discharge planning in their service. This event is designed for but not limited to attendance from:
- Neonatal Nurses, Matrons, Sisters and ANNPs
- Neonatal Clinical Leads and Consultants
- Neonatal Practice Facilitators, Educators, Managers and Leads
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This day is a must attend NHS conference those working in neonatal and maternity services across the NHS. Attend this day and focus on:
|8.45||Registration and refreshments|
|9.30||Chair’s opening remarks|
Sue Ward-Smith, Senior Lecturer in Neonatal Nursing, Birmingham City University
2020 National update
|9.50||National update: Leading the change to achieve streamlined neonatal services nationwide |
National initiative for improving the quality and safety of core care for patients
Co-ordinating your multi-disciplinary team to streamline the patient care
Standardising neonatal care: improving access to streamlining the admissions process
Sue Ward-Smith, Senior Lecturer in Neonatal Nursing, Birmingham City University
The future of neonatal services
|10.30||Establishing and managing home phototherapy |
Achieve change: fulfilling the assessment criteria to start home phototherapy
Co-ordinating your multi-disciplinary team and managing phototherapy in a home setting
Next steps: How to secure funding and support the future in your service
Sarah Moxon, Neonatal Matron, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
|11.30||Exploring the Long Term Plan’s commitment to paternal psychological support |
How to advance the management of paternal psychological support services
Signposting appropriate parenting interventions in community paternal mental health settings
Case study: How to maximise engagement with fathers in the neonatal unit
Natalie Patterson, Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Midwife, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
|12.10||Parent experience: progressing FICare and overcoming communication barriers|
Discover the journey of one family’s twins moving through the neonatal service. Take the time to reflect on the family centred care that you deliver and how you can improve to make a real difference on the lives of the families that you meet.
Presentation delivered by Nadia Leake, Parent Experience Expert
Maximising MDT working
|2.00||Progressing transitional care to maximise your neonatal service|
Optimising your service model and securing funding for change
Maximising your MDT to improve psychological wellbeing of parents and patients
Measuring the added value of your transitional care service
Patience Pounds, Post Natal Ward Manager, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Promoting early discharge
|3.00||Advancing your neonatal service to promote early discharge and successful cot management |
Getting babies home sooner: updating tube feeding practises and building on existing oxygen practices
Bridging the transference gap between high dependency and low dependency unit
Case study: establishing multi-disciplinary board rounds to start discharge planning at admission
Debbie Woodward, Outreach Manager, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Sue Peak, Unit Manager, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Samantha Plets, Lead Midwife, The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
|3.50||Empowering parents and improving communication to ensure early discharge planning |
Engaging in discharge planning from admittance and empowering parents throughout planning
Building competencies with parents and prompting care from an early stage
Managing and empowering parental care: providing anxious parents with small equipment
Dawn Clements, Project Nurse for Family Integrated Care, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
|4.40||Close of day|
By delving into the future of neonatal care, you will be able to push through progressive change as well as useful positives. This event will play a pivotal role in the delivery of your neonatal service. Achieve change with informative presentations by:
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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
- 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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