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Birmingham Programme

08:30-09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20-09:30

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Karen Storey, Primary Care Nursing Lead, NHS England @kstorey63

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Rhona Aikman, Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Marilyn Eveleigh, Independent Nurse Consultant and Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Dave Munday, Lead Professional Officer, Unite the Union, Health Visitor and Nurse @davidamunday

09:30-10:15

Putting the person with diabetes first: personalising the management plan

  • Be reminded of the processes involved in controlling blood glucose levels in the individual without diabetes and how these are affected by type 2 diabetes.
  • Consider the actions of current glucose-lowering treatments 
  • Recognise that individuals with type 2 diabetes vary considerably and a number of factors need to be taken into consideration when discussing their treatment options.
Jill Hill, Independent Diabetes Nurse Consultant
Sponsored by

COPD – Making it personal

  • COPD guideline updates.
  • The management of COPD.
  • Treatable traits.
  • Triple therapy placement in the management of COPD.
Jane Scullion, Respiratory Nurse Consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester @JaneScullion
Sponsored by

Resilience… It’s all about you

  • What resilience means for you personally.
  • Give you a few hints and tips for improving how resilient you feel.
  • Giving you time to remember…resilience is all about YOU!
Christine Mclean, Director, Christine Mclean Consulting Limited @cmcconsulting2

Identification and management of eating disorders in primary care

  • Psychological, behavioural and physical signs and symptoms.
  • Supporting patients; engagement and accessing help.
  • Managing risk, physical and medical monitoring.
Kathryn Weaver, Specialist Nurse Practitioner - Eating Disorders

10:15-10:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
10:45-11:30

Why is optimising inhaler technique important?

  • Suboptimal inhaler technique correlates with reduced disease control  and increased healthcare resources
  • The importance of training across HCPs and patients 
  • Consideration regarding does the device matter?
Gráinne d’Ancona, Consultant Pharmacist, Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Lecturer, Kings College London
Sponsored by

Wound challenges from a patients perspective

  • What am I looking at and why won’t it go away?
  • What can I do about it?
  • How can a Health Care Professional help me?
Maria Poole, Clinical Strategy Manager, ConvaTec
Sponsored by

Online services in primary care – what they mean for nurses and their patients

  • What online services are available in primary care?
  • What are the benefits of online services in primary care for all nurses and their patients?
  • How is your role and the care you provide affected by access to online services?
  • What/who is out there to help nurses learn and share best practice/ideas?
Ann Gregory, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation Team, NHS England @AnnGregoryRN
Helen Crowther, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation team, NHS England @nursehelenc
Sponsored by

An Accidental Journey

Jake Mills will discuss his accidental journey that has taken him from a depressed and suicidal comedian to Chief Executive of a national mental health charity and the founder of a vital resource being used by mental health trusts and organisations throughout the UK.

Jake Mills, Founder and Chief Executive, Chasing the Stigma @ChasingStigma @jakemills1

11:35-12:20

Primary care spirometry – providing a quality service

  • Uses and limitations of spirometry.
  • Identifying the key components to achieving quality.
  • Why quality matters.
Claire Hammett, Spirometry Trainer, Education for Health

A practical guide on the National Shingles Immunisation Programme

  • An overview of shingles and its possible complications.
  • Provide understanding of the shingles National Immunisation Programme including eligibility criteria.
  • Discuss best practice examples of implementation of the programme at a local level.
Pauline Macdonald, Independent Consultant Nurse & Managing Director, Infection Matters Limited
Sponsored by

Needing permission: the experience of self-care and self-compassion in nursing

  • Caring for ourselves, alongside our patients.
  • Managing the emotions of caring.
  • Barriers and facilitators for engaging in self-care.
Hannah Andrews, Mental Health Coordinator, University of Warwick @Hannah_cares

Why and how to support parent-infant relationships

  • The neuroscience of early relationships.
  • How we can all support healthy parent-infant interaction.
Karen Bateson, Head of Clinical Strategy and Development, Parent Infant Partnership (PIP UK) @karenjbateson

12:20-13:20
Exhibition and lunch
13:20-14:05

Atrial Fibrillation: The patient, their dysrhythmia, their risk and the quality of life

  • Strategies for seeking AF.
  • Talking to patients about the cardiovascular risks and the risks of intervention.
  • Improving the patient’s quality of life through rate control and when to refer on.
Dr Matthew Fay, GPwSI in Cardiology @fatherofhan

The role of practice and community nurses in appropriate antibiotic use

  • Overview of antimicrobial prescribing within primary care.
  • What does antimicrobial stewardship mean to you?
  • Educating patients around appropriate antibiotic use.
Rosie Allison, Research Project Support Officer, Primary Care Unit, National Infection Service, Public Health England

Rethinking conflict resolution – Strategies to support nurses in the community

  • Understanding how mental resilience affects conflict resolution.
  • Simple strategies for managing conflict outside of the acute settings.
  • Managing conflict when mental health and dementia are present.
Richard Burnell, Conflict Management Practitioner, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust @richardburnell

Equally Well: Improving physical health support for people with mental health problems

  • How nurses can reduce the mortality gap.
  • Why equal health is everyone’s business.
Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health

14:05-14:35
Exhibition and networking
14:35-15:20

Diet and type 2 diabetes remission: the latest evidence and practical guidance

  • Is type 2 diabetes (T2DM) remission achievable for our patients?
  • What dietary approaches can achieve remission in T2DM?
  • What support do our patients need to be successful?
Paul McArdle, Lead Clinical Dietitian, Deputy Head of Nutrition, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust @PMcArdleRD

The primary AIM of osteoporosis care: Advances in the assessment, intervention and management

  • Primary and secondary prevention of osteoporosis.
  • Active case finding of individuals at risk of osteoporosis.
  • Current trends in the management of osteoporosis.
Sherwin Criseno, Lead Nurse, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Endocrinology, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Delegation: a win-win solution to nursing pressures

  • How to delegate safely: who, what, when, why.
  • Balancing the Role and Responsibility of RNs in everyday practice.
  • Be confident of your Accountability, Duty of Care and the Law.
Marilyn Eveleigh, Independent Nurse Consultant and Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice


15:25-16:10

Keynote: The NHS long term plan and its implications for nurses

Karen Storey, Primary Care Nursing Lead, NHS England @kstorey63




08:30-09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20-09:30

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Karen Storey, Primary Care Nursing Lead, NHS England @kstorey63

09:30-10:15

Putting the person with diabetes first: personalising the management plan

  • Be reminded of the processes involved in controlling blood glucose levels in the individual without diabetes and how these are affected by type 2 diabetes.
  • Consider the actions of current glucose-lowering treatments 
  • Recognise that individuals with type 2 diabetes vary considerably and a number of factors need to be taken into consideration when discussing their treatment options.
Jill Hill, Independent Diabetes Nurse Consultant
Sponsored by
10:15-10:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
10:45-11:30

Why is optimising inhaler technique important?

  • Suboptimal inhaler technique correlates with reduced disease control  and increased healthcare resources
  • The importance of training across HCPs and patients 
  • Consideration regarding does the device matter?
Gráinne d’Ancona, Consultant Pharmacist, Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, Clinical Lecturer, Kings College London
Sponsored by
11:35-12:20

Primary care spirometry – providing a quality service

  • Uses and limitations of spirometry.
  • Identifying the key components to achieving quality.
  • Why quality matters.
Claire Hammett, Spirometry Trainer, Education for Health

12:20-13:20
Exhibition and lunch
13:20-14:05

Atrial Fibrillation: The patient, their dysrhythmia, their risk and the quality of life

  • Strategies for seeking AF.
  • Talking to patients about the cardiovascular risks and the risks of intervention.
  • Improving the patient’s quality of life through rate control and when to refer on.
Dr Matthew Fay, GPwSI in Cardiology @fatherofhan

14:05-14:35
Exhibition and networking
14:35-15:20

Diet and type 2 diabetes remission: the latest evidence and practical guidance

  • Is type 2 diabetes (T2DM) remission achievable for our patients?
  • What dietary approaches can achieve remission in T2DM?
  • What support do our patients need to be successful?
Paul McArdle, Lead Clinical Dietitian, Deputy Head of Nutrition, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust @PMcArdleRD

15:25-16:10

Keynote: The NHS long term plan and its implications for nurses

Karen Storey, Primary Care Nursing Lead, NHS England @kstorey63

08:45 – 09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20 – 09:30

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Rhona Aikman, Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

09:30 – 10:15

COPD – Making it personal

  • COPD guideline updates.
  • The management of COPD.
  • Treatable traits.
  • Triple therapy placement in the management of COPD.
Jane Scullion, Respiratory Nurse Consultant, University Hospitals of Leicester @JaneScullion
Sponsored by
10:15 – 10:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
10:45 – 11:30

Wound challenges from a patients perspective

  • What am I looking at and why won’t it go away?
  • What can I do about it?
  • How can a Health Care Professional help me?
Maria Poole, Clinical Strategy Manager, ConvaTec
Sponsored by
11:35 - 12:20

A practical guide on the National Shingles Immunisation Programme

  • An overview of shingles and its possible complications.
  • Provide understanding of the shingles National Immunisation Programme including eligibility criteria.
  • Discuss best practice examples of implementation of the programme at a local level.
Pauline Macdonald, Independent Consultant Nurse & Managing Director, Infection Matters Limited
Sponsored by
12:20 - 13:20
Exhibition and lunch
13:20 - 14:05

The role of practice and community nurses in appropriate antibiotic use

  • Overview of antimicrobial prescribing within primary care.
  • What does antimicrobial stewardship mean to you?
  • Educating patients around appropriate antibiotic use.
Rosie Allison, Research Project Support Officer, Primary Care Unit, National Infection Service, Public Health England

14:05 - 14:35
Exhibition and networking
14:35 - 15:20

The primary AIM of osteoporosis care: Advances in the assessment, intervention and management

  • Primary and secondary prevention of osteoporosis.
  • Active case finding of individuals at risk of osteoporosis.
  • Current trends in the management of osteoporosis.
Sherwin Criseno, Lead Nurse, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Endocrinology, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

08:45 – 09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20 – 09:30

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Marilyn Eveleigh, Independent Nurse Consultant and Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

09:30 – 10:15

Resilience… It’s all about you

  • What resilience means for you personally.
  • Give you a few hints and tips for improving how resilient you feel.
  • Giving you time to remember…resilience is all about YOU!
Christine Mclean, Director, Christine Mclean Consulting Limited @cmcconsulting2

10:15 - 10:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
10:45 - 11:30

Online services in primary care – what they mean for nurses and their patients

  • What online services are available in primary care?
  • What are the benefits of online services in primary care for all nurses and their patients?
  • How is your role and the care you provide affected by access to online services?
  • What/who is out there to help nurses learn and share best practice/ideas?
Ann Gregory, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation Team, NHS England @AnnGregoryRN
Helen Crowther, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation team, NHS England @nursehelenc
Sponsored by
11:35 - 12:20

Needing permission: the experience of self-care and self-compassion in nursing

  • Caring for ourselves, alongside our patients.
  • Managing the emotions of caring.
  • Barriers and facilitators for engaging in self-care.
Hannah Andrews, Mental Health Coordinator, University of Warwick @Hannah_cares

12:20 - 13:20
Exhibition and lunch
13:20 - 14:05

Rethinking conflict resolution – Strategies to support nurses in the community

  • Understanding how mental resilience affects conflict resolution.
  • Simple strategies for managing conflict outside of the acute settings.
  • Managing conflict when mental health and dementia are present.
Richard Burnell, Conflict Management Practitioner, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust @richardburnell

14:05 - 14:35
Exhibition and networking
14:35 - 15:20

Delegation: a win-win solution to nursing pressures

  • How to delegate safely: who, what, when, why.
  • Balancing the Role and Responsibility of RNs in everyday practice.
  • Be confident of your Accountability, Duty of Care and the Law.
Marilyn Eveleigh, Independent Nurse Consultant and Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

08:45 – 09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20 – 09:30

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Dave Munday, Lead Professional Officer, Unite the Union, Health Visitor and Nurse @davidamunday

09:30 - 10:15

Identification and management of eating disorders in primary care

  • Psychological, behavioural and physical signs and symptoms.
  • Supporting patients; engagement and accessing help.
  • Managing risk, physical and medical monitoring.
Kathryn Weaver, Specialist Nurse Practitioner - Eating Disorders

10:15 - 10:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
10:45 - 11:30

An Accidental Journey

Jake Mills will discuss his accidental journey that has taken him from a depressed and suicidal comedian to Chief Executive of a national mental health charity and the founder of a vital resource being used by mental health trusts and organisations throughout the UK.

Jake Mills, Founder and Chief Executive, Chasing the Stigma @ChasingStigma @jakemills1

11:35 - 12:20

Why and how to support parent-infant relationships

  • The neuroscience of early relationships.
  • How we can all support healthy parent-infant interaction.
Karen Bateson, Head of Clinical Strategy and Development, Parent Infant Partnership (PIP UK) @karenjbateson

12:20 - 13:20
Exhibition and lunch
13:20 - 14:05

Equally Well: Improving physical health support for people with mental health problems

  • How nurses can reduce the mortality gap.
  • Why equal health is everyone’s business.
Andy Bell, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Mental Health

14:05 - 14:35
Exhibition and networking

 

*Please note, this is a draft programme, and subject to change. Cogora reserve the right to amend content without prior warning.

**We would like to thank our exhibitors for supporting this meeting, which includes a number of pharmaceutical companies including Boehringer Ingelheim Limited, Chiesi Ltd, GSK, Johnson & Johnson UK, MSD, Orion Pharma, Pfizer Ltd, Trudell Medical UK Limited and Urgo Limited. Unless stated in your programme, they have had no input into the agenda, speaker selection or content.


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