Overview

22 Jun, 20229:00 am-1:00 pm23 Jun, 20229:00 am-1:00 pm
Online

Transitions in Health & Social Care occur as individual’s needs change, and it is essential that timely and safe transitions of care occur, allowing people to receive the support they need, in the right place, and at the right time. Poorly managed transitions result in unmet needs, and difficulties in accessing services. Through policy updates and best practice case studies, this Forum will equip you with the tools to effectively manage transitions in care, ensuring continuity of care improving outcomes.

Bringing together Social Care practitioners with Acute & Community Healthcare, this Forum will share best practice and effective strategies for managing these transitions in a way which ensures ongoing effective support and continuity of care.

Transitions in Health & Social Care occur as individual’s needs change, and it is essential that timely and safe transitions of care occur, allowing people to receive the support they need, in the right place, and at the right time. Poorly managed transitions result in unmet needs, and difficulties in accessing services. Through policy updates and best practice case studies, this Forum will equip you with the tools to effectively manage transitions in care, ensuring continuity of care improving outcomes.

Bringing together Social Care practitioners with Acute & Community Healthcare, this Forum will share best practice and effective strategies for managing these transitions in a way which ensures ongoing effective support and continuity of care.

 

Key Speakers

Judith Richardson photo
Judith Richardson
Acting Director of Health and Social Care
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Michelle Eleftheriades photo
Michelle Eleftheriades
Children and Young People’s Professional Lead
Royal College of Nursing
Louise Porter photo
Louise Porter
National Lead Nurse
The Burdett National Transition Nursing Network
Dr Jim Goddard photo
Dr Jim Goddard
Chair
The Care Leavers Association

Other Speakers

Dr Helena Gleeson photo
Dr Helena Gleeson
Clinical Service Lead for Endocrinology - University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Elected Member of Council - Royal College of Physicians
Dr Arvind Nagra photo
Dr Arvind Nagra
Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist and Lead for Transition
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Lizzie Chambers photo
Lizzie Chambers
Director of Programmes & Professional Engagement
Together for Short Lives
Robert White photo
Robert White
Director of Change
Mayday Trust
Fiona Campbell photo
Fiona Campbell
Research Fellow
Sheffield University

Agenda

  • 22nd June
  • 23rd June
Your Tour of the Online Platform

Before proceedings get underway, this short explainer session will explore how you can get the most out of our new next generation Conference platform.

Our IG Team will run through how to make virtual connections, creating networking meet ups, accessing content on demand and how to use our new Q&A, chat functions and virtual polling tools.

9:30 am
Chair's Welcome Address
Louise Porter
Louise Porter
National Lead Nurse
The Burdett National Transition Nursing Network
Confirmed
9:45 am
CQC Keynote: Delivering Effective Joined-Up Care that Eases the Transition between Child and Adult Services
  • Outlining how the CQC’s oversight of ICSs and Local Authorities will support health and care systems to deliver integrated services and improve outcomes
  • Highlighting the impact of effectively joined up care services and well managed transitions on outcomes for individuals, and on public health
  • Sharing how the CQC assesses the entire care system to ensure transitions between services are as seamless as possible, and that young people receive continuity of care

This session will include time for audience Q&A

CQC Representative
CQC Representative
Invited
10:15 am
Understanding the Latest NICE Guidance: What are the Principles of Effective Transition Management?
  • Highlighting common factors in effective transition management from child-centred to adult-centred services
  • Sharing best practice for effective transition planning and support, including the importance of co-production and person-centred approaches
  • Providing guidance on how to carry out gap analysis to identify and respond to the needs of service users during transitions

This session will include time for audience Q&A

Judith Richardson
Judith Richardson
Acting Director of Health and Social Care
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
Confirmed
10:45 am
Networking Break
11:00 am
What Does the Research Tell Us About How to Effectively Manage the Transition from Paediatric to Adult Health Services?

Fiona Campbell is a Research Fellow in Health Economics and Decision Science within the School for Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield. She has a clinical nursing background in oncology nursing, district nursing and health visiting and has worked in this capacity both in the UK and developing country settings. She conducted a review of the effectiveness of interventions designed to improve the transition of care for adolescents from paediatric to adult health services.

This session will include:

  • An overview of the research into transitions from child to adult health services, and the impact on the health of adolescents with chronic health conditions
  • Highlighting evidence-backed interventions to improve transitions of care
  • Discussing the challenges around accurately evaluating intervention models

This session will include time for audience Q&A

Fiona Campbell
Fiona Campbell
Research Fellow
Sheffield University
Confirmed
11:30 am
Panel Discussion: Sharing Learning – What can Health and Care Learn from Each Other?
  • Discussing common best practice for planning and managing transitions between health and social care settings
  • Identifying where health and care differ in transition management, and what can be learned from each other
  • Sharing how health and care services can prevent a “cliff edge” of support for young people when they turn 18
Dr Jim Goddard
Dr Jim Goddard
Chair
The Care Leavers Association
Confirmed
Dr Helen Crimlisk
Dr Helen Crimlisk
Consultant in Community Psychiatry and Deputy Medical Director
Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust
Confirmed
Dr Helena Gleeson
Dr Helena Gleeson
Clinical Service Lead for Endocrinology - University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Elected Member of Council - Royal College of Physicians
Confirmed
Tracy Scares
Tracy Scares
Senior Service Manager for Substance Misuse
Catch22
Confirmed
12:10 pm
Workshop: Learning How Best to Work with Families to Improve Transitions

Parents, guardians, and carers can be a source of essential support for young people as they transition to adult services. By working effectively with the families of young people, you can improve long-term health outcomes patient experience, as well as supporting families to access funding and support for themselves.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Enhance your understanding of the stages of transitions for people with complex/life-limiting health conditions from the young person’s, parents’ and service perspective
  • Know best practice models for implementing Together for Young Lives’ 5 standards in transition pathways
  • Develop your own strategy for improving transitions pathways from planning through to settling into adult services
Lizzie Chambers
Lizzie Chambers
Director of Programmes & Professional Engagement
Together for Short Lives
Confirmed
12:50 pm
Chair's Closing Remarks
Louise Porter
Louise Porter
National Lead Nurse
The Burdett National Transition Nursing Network
Confirmed
9:00 am
Your Tour of the Online Platform

Before proceedings get underway, this short explainer session will explore how you can get the most out of our new next generation Conference platform. Our IG Team will run through how to make virtual connections, creating networking meet ups, accessing content on demand and how to use our new Q&A, chat functions and virtual polling tools.

9:30 am
Chair's Welcome Address
Louise Porter
Louise Porter
National Lead Nurse
The Burdett National Transition Nursing Network
Confirmed
9:45 am
DCP Keynote

Disabled Children’s Partnership is coalition of 100 organisations campaigning for improved health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families. DCP provides a platform for their voices, and challenge the injustices that affect them.

In this session, Stephen will discuss the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on young people’s transition to adult services, and effective targeted policies for pandemic recovery. 

This session will include time for audience Q&A

Stephen Kingdom
Stephen Kingdom
Campaign Manager
Disabled Children's Partnership
Confirmed
10:15 am
Case Study: Developing and Implementing a Transition Programme that Improves Patient Experience

Southampton Children’s Hospital implemented the “Ready, Steady, Go” programme, which helps children and their families prepare for the transition to adult services. This resulted in improvements in patient satisfaction and in health outcomes by empowering young people to manage their healthcare confidently and successfully, and reduced costs for the Trust. This session will provide key insights into:

  • How Ready, Steady, Go’s resources were integrated with existing transition practices
  • The long-term impact of improving young people’s ability to manage their own care on patient satisfaction and health outcomes
  • How transition programmes can be adapted to meet the specific needs of individual children

This session will include time for audience Q&A

Dr Arvind Nagra
Dr Arvind Nagra
Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist and Lead for Transition
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
Confirmed
10:45 am
Networking Break
11:00 am
Panel Discussion: Transitions in Housing – How to Ensure Ongoing Support
  • Discussing how to provide ongoing support when young people leave residential care or move away from home
  • Highlighting effective support strategies across health, social care, and housing services
  • Sharing how ongoing support can prepare young people to live independently in future
  • Working with young people as they transition to ensure that they have the necessary skills and are afforded the correct support for them to become an independent member of their community
Robert White
Robert White
Director of Change
Mayday Trust
Confirmed
Michelle Lee-Izu
Michelle Lee-Izu
Interim Co-CEO
Barnardo's
Confirmed
Samuel Churcher
Samuel Churcher
Project Manager - Attain
Transitions UK
Confirmed
11:40 am
Workshop: Developing a Person-Centred Plan that Eases the Transition to Adult Services

Each young person’s needs and choices are unique. Creating a person-centred transition plan reflects this, and ensures that decisions made about transfer of clinical or care responsibility related to need. This improves continuity of care and long-term outcomes for young people following their transition to adult services.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Increase awareness on underlying influences that effect transitions of young people, their families and those supporting them
  • Learn how to put transitional planning into practice
  • Understand how to enhance and develop protective factors whilst minimising risk factors to enable a more effective transitional journey for young people and families
Michelle Eleftheriades
Michelle Eleftheriades
Children and Young People’s Professional Lead
Royal College of Nursing
Confirmed
Rachel Macqueen
Rachel Macqueen
Lecturer Children's Nursing College of Health, Wellbeing & Life Sciences
Sheffield Hallam University
Confirmed
Neil Fletcher
Neil Fletcher
Roald Dahl CNS for Teenagers and Young Adults
Barts Health NHS Trust and Community Eating Disorders Service for Children and Young People
Confirmed
12:20 pm
Chair's Closing Remarks
Louise Porter
Louise Porter
National Lead Nurse
The Burdett National Transition Nursing Network
Confirmed
12:30 pm
Forum Close

*programme subject to change

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