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Managing Paediatrics on Insulin Pumps
 When: Tuesday, November 28, 2017
 Where: Birmingham City Football Club, Birmingham
 Timing: Registration 8:40 AM | Start 9:10 AM | Close 4:40 PM
 Public Sector Price: £199 plus VAT
How do you help children achieve and maintain their pumps?

This national paediatric insulin pump forum is an unique opportunity to come together with your peers, benchmark your service and develop your techniques on the pump pathway from sustainable diet and exercise plans, to engaging clinics and effective education.

What is required for continued child and family engagement?

From getting started to maintaining pumps, the challenge of working with children on pumps and their parents is an ongoing one. This conference will focus on how to help them achieve, what clinics work, which people can play a key role and the best techniques and programmes to maintain engagement.

Drill into the detail of the paediatric pump journey

‘Paediatrics on Insulin Pumps’ will bring together Paediatric Diabetes, Insulin Pump and Dietetic Nurse Specialists and Consultants to find out more about practices in general and specifically what happens in other hospitals. Key focuses of the day are:

  • Starting the pump journey and maintaining engagement: case study experiences of working with the paediatric and patient to enable the pump journey
  • Developing technologies: insulin pump position statement, best practice continuous glucose monitoring and enabling flash glucose monitoring
  • Diet and exercise planning: best practice approaches to lowering GI/GL and the impact of exercise
  • Innovative pump clinics: taking a family and whole child approach with school management of pumps
  • Smoothing the transition: ensuring continuity of care by closing the gap between adult and child services
Network, share best practice and find out what other services are doing to maintain engagement, Hear from:
  • Dr Sarah Cheney, Consultant Paediatrician (with interest in Diabetes), Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Samantha Adams, Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Elaine Hogg, Diabetes Nurse Specialist and Lead for Insulin Pump Therapy, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, NHS Lothian
  • Libby Dowling, Senior Clinical Advisor, Diabetes UK
  • Raphaella Rookes, Specialist Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian/ Paediatric Team Leader, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Carol Motteram, Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse, North Somerset Community Partnership and Chair, South West Schools Working Group
  • Louise Arnold, Parent Representative, South West Schools Working Group

For more details about the speakers visit the News board

8.40 Registration and refreshments
9.10 Chair’s opening remarks
Raphaella Rookes, Specialist Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian/ Paediatric Team Leader & Kate Dembenski, Lead Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Gloucestershire NHS Foundation Trust
Starting the pump journey and maintaining engagement
9.20 Pump pathway case study: the right steps to enabling the paediatric pump journey
   Who is eligible? How to go from injections and prepare the child
   Building effective processes and competencies: knowing your patient
   Patient self-management: increasing knowledge on the pump journey
Samantha Adams, Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse & Dr Sarah Cheney, Consultant Paediatrician (with interest in Diabetes), Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
10.00 Preparation and structure: helping on-going motivation and keeping families and patients on board
   Effectiveness of the 6-month programme: attaining full commitment in the countdown
   The ongoing battle with engagement: maintaining the service at the front line
   Struggling with the day to day management of non-patients and when to stop pump starts
Elaine Hogg, Diabetes Nurse Specialist and Lead for Insulin Pump Therapy, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, NHS Lothian
10.40 Networking break
Developing technologies
11.10 Paediatrics, Pumps and CGMs: supporting HCPs and the use of technology
   Insulin pump position statement and type 1 technology guides explained
   Recent Libre developments and best practice use of CGMs
   Funding CGMs to increase uptake in T1D paediatric patients
Libby Dowling, Senior Clinical Advisor, Diabetes UK
11.40 Developing technology: appropriate use with paediatrics
   Up to date information on technology and funding from the exhibitors
Insights from Glooko, Abbott Diabetes Care, Cellnovo
12.10 Group discussion: What holds children back from using pumps?
12.40 Networking lunch
Diet and exercise
1.50 Glycemic index, glycemic load and glycemic response in T1D paediatrics
   Planning and evaluating a suitable diet: how does a lower GI/GL work in practice?
   What are the mis-conceptions of the glycemic index?
   Child and parent buy-in: best dietary approaches for sustaining glycemic control
Elmarie van Wyk, Paediatric Team Lead & Diabetes Specialist Dietitian, Nutrition & Dietetics Department, Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
2.30 What works best? Planning exercise for paediatric patients on pumps
   Understanding effects of exercise in paediatric pump users: developing individual plans
   Promoting the psychological health and wellbeing benefits of exercise and diabetes
   Developing a clear understanding of guidelines: assessing intensity, duration and type of activity
Raphaella Rookes, Specialist Paediatric Diabetes Dietitian/ Paediatric Team Leader & Kate Dembenski, Lead Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
3.10 Networking break
Innovative pump clinics
3.30 School management of pumps: taking a family and the whole child approach
   Insight into the effective implementation of school management of a pumps programme
   Looking beyond the medical condition: what works best in a school group care plan?
   What resources are needed to get into schools? Impacting on your time management
Carol Motteram, Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse, North Somerset Community Partnership and Chair, South West Schools Working Group and Louise Arnold, Parent Representative
Smoothing the transition
4.10 Group discussion: What level of contact is required to be successful in sustaining pump use?
How do you maintain contact with children and their families? This group discussion will provide a useful platform to share different child and family engagement experiences and identify different approaches to maintain a successful paediatric pump programme.
4.40 Close of day
‘Paediatrics on Insulin Pumps’ has been created to bring together Paediatric Diabetes, Insulin Pump and Dietetic Nurse Specialists and Consultants to find out more about practices in general and specifically what happens in other hospitals. With over 40 people already confirmed to attend, here are details of some of the job titles and organisations you can expect to meet:

Job titles:

  • Paediatric Consultant
  • Diabetes Dietitian
  • Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Nurse
  • Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Special Needs Nurse Coordinator
  • Lead Paediatric Diabetes Nurse Specialist
  • Paediatric Registrar
  • Lead Paediatric Diabetes Specialist Dietitian
  • Paediatric Consultant with an Interest in Diabetes
  • Senior Clinical Advisor
  • Consultant Paediatrician
  • Consultant Paediatrician (with interest in Diabetes)
  • Lead Specialist Nurse for Outreach Diabetes Services
  • Paediatric Team Lead & Diabetes Specialist Dietitian
  • Children's Diabetes Specialist Nurse
  • Lead Clinician for Paediatrics
  • Consultant
  • Parent Representative
  • Diabetes Nurse Specialist, Lead for Insulin Pump Therapy
  • Community Childrens Diabetes Nurse
  • Diabetes Paediatric Specialist Nurse
  • Student
  • CCO
  • Distributor Relations Manager
  • Country Manager
  • Community Engagement Officer
  • SpR

Organisations:

  • Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
  • Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
  • Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust
  • Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
  • Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Countess Of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Diabetes UK
  • Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hywel Dda University Health Board
  • JDRF
  • KSS Deanery
  • Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • NHS Highland
  • NHS Lothian
  • North Somerset Community Partnership
  • Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust
  • Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
  • Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust
  • The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust
  • University of Sheffield
  • Vicentra
  • Western Health and Social Care Trust
  • Ypsomed India PVT LTD
Call for posters
Are you booked or planning to attend? Would you like to share your work? Then please do read this page and send us your details....
Poster content guidance:
  • Posters should include images as well as text, and photographs of the individuals or service involved. There will be a ‘stand by your poster’ session during the day when attendees can discuss your work. Posters should share innovative and effective ways of working and reflect on the following questions:
  • What challenge were you addressing in your service improvement?
  • What strategies or processes were tried?
  • What evidence or guidance informed these strategies?
  • What service improvement outcome was achieved? How was that measured?
  • What impact did this have on the wider service: users, staff, organisational processes?
  • What did you learn and how can this benefit other services to improve?
Poster submission requirements
  • Any registered conference attendee from the NHS, public or charity sector may present a poster
  • Only one poster presentation is allowed per registered attendee/author
  • Posters must be registered by two weeks prior to the conference and be brought on the day
  • This can consist of one sheet (A1) or up to 12 sheets of A4 paper – in Power Point
  • Posters will go onto portrait orientated boards of 1m x 2m and Velcro will be provided for fixing
Poster application information:

To start your application, please submit the following details to: enquiries@nnf-events.co.uk

  • Author details: (100 words or less)
  • Author email: (to be published)
  • Poster title:
  • Poster abstract: (200 words or less)

Alternatively, please download and complete the poster application form

All applications are welcome from either registered or reserve place attendees - successful submissions will be notified within one week of application. Please do contact the team on 01732 897788 if you have any questions.

Call for speakers

Do you work in Diabetes Care? Have you developed your service and want to share your work? We are always looking for interesting examples and experiences.

With all of our courses driven by best practice, we would welcome you to approach us to take part. Benefits of presenting:

  • Case study driven presentations - if you are part of a team who has implemented a new project or idea then this is the platform to share your experiences.
  • Put you and your achievements out there - whether you are a PWP, Diabetes Care Service Lead, Clinical Psychologist, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist or Psychotherapist or a mental health nurse , we will be holding an event which will enable you to share your tools to help others in Diabetes Care deal with their challenges.
  • Time to think and focus - away from your everyday environment you can hear others’ presentations and think objectively and innovatively about how you manage your work.
  • Raise your profile and network with like-minded - compare your work with what is happening in other services. By attending a relevant event you can mix with people who understand your concerns, benchmark your progress and drive forward your experience in a sharing environment.

Please contact Sarah Kemm if you would like to take part in one of our forthcoming events on 01732 897788 or sarah.kemm@sbk-healthcare.co.uk

Pricing Structure
  • £199 + VAT for NHS, Charities and Public Sector (per place)
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Optional Accommodation at Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham, B5 4EW
  • £90 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
Bed and breakfast accommodation is available for this event at a specially discounted rate. Simply tick the dates that you wish to book when making your booking and we will contact you directly for your credit card guarantee details.
We regret that bookings for bed and breakfast accommodation cannot be confirmed without full credit card details. Your credit card will only be charged in the event that the invoice has not been settled one month following the event and only with prior communication.
Reservations
If your funding has not yet been secured or you would like to hold your place with no obligation, you can reserve your place with us. Please email enquiries@nnf-events.co.uk with your details:
  • Booking contact: Name, job title, department, email, telephone
  • Event(s) to reserve for: Title, date
  • Delegate details (for each delegate): Name, job title, department, email, telephone
  • Organisation details: Name, address
Alternatively you can make a confirmed booking by sending the above information to bookings@nnf-events.co.uk
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Venue
Birmingham City Football Club, Birmingham
Saint Andrews Stadium, Cattell Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4RL
0344 557 1875
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