Establishing and Supporting Neonatal Home Phototherapy
Attend this one-day workshop to hear case study presentations from your experienced workshop leaders who have successfully implemented a neonatal home phototherapy service. Discover how they have developed a trust guideline, built a business case and improved their multi-disciplinary working in order to get neonatal babies home sooner.
This neonatal NHS workshop has been designed especially for those who are looking to build a business case with the aim to develop and run a neonatal home phototherapy service. Through this interactive study day, you will hear shared experiences and best practice guidance which will enable you to implement a home phototherapy service which fully support neonates and their families.
This unique networking workshop will enable to you build an action plan to achieve your targets by focussing on:
- Collaborating: with your multi-disciplinary team to manage phototherapy in home settings
- Training members of staff to remotely deliver treatment
- Exploring new ways of managing your outreach teams
- Co-ordinating a partnership between healthcare professionals and parents
- Demonstrating evidenced cost effectivity to appeal to commissioners
- Standardising best practise for the delivering home phototherapy
This day is a must attend NHS workshop for those working in neonatal and maternity services across the NHS. This event is designed for but not limited to attendance from:
- Neonatal Outreach Nurses, Matrons, Sisters, ANNP
- Neonatal and Community Clinical Leads and Consultants
- Neonatal and Maternity Practice Facilitators, Educators and Managers and Leads
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Packed full of case study experience, this workshop is your opportunity to learn from two experienced professionals with real insights. Take this opportunity to benefit from structured sessions, open discussion and invaluable networking.
|9.30||Registration and Refreshments|
|10.00||Welcome and Introductions|
|10.10||National guidelines: Benchmarking and understanding NICE guidelines|
Supporting NICE guidelines for delivering home phototherapy
Developing a partnership between parents and healthcare professionals
Organising and delivering services through a collaborated network of facilities
|11.30||Building a business case and overcoming the hurdles of implementation|
Appealing for funding and writing an effective business case
Initiating the funding process overcoming the barriers of integration
Case study: demonstrating evidenced cost effectivity and appealing to commissioners
|1.30||Working with your multi-disciplinary team to promote home phototherapy |
Collaborating with your discharge team to recognise appropriate candidates
Managing your workforce to ensure daily home visitations
Co-ordinating your multi-disciplinary team and managing phototherapy in a home setting
|2.50||Discussion session: How to write home phototherapy guidelines and improving compliance|
Take this time to build a toolkit with like-minded professionals and leave invigorated to write or update your home phototherapy guidelines. Discuss how you will implement new ideas and organise your multi-disciplinary team in order to roll out a successful home phototherapy strategy.
|3.10||Supporting the right training and safety measures in place for parents|
Developing tactics to support parental competencies and build collaborative work
Building confidence and competencies with anxious parents
Signposting parents to appropriate mental health services to encourage continued support
|4.10||Afternoon Round Up|
|4.20||Close of Day|
Be guided through this informative, interactive workshop with Sarah Moxon, a Senior Matron at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and her colleague Katy Petit who is the Lead Nurse for University Hospitals Birmingham Neonatal Community Outreach Team.
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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
- Commerical Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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