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LONDON PROGRAMME

Nursing in Practice London | 28 April 2022

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

Chair’s opening remarks

Marilyn Eveleigh, registered nurse, midwife, health visitor and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice

Chair’s opening remarks

Helen Lewis, advanced nurse practitioner, independent prescriber and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice

Chair’s opening remarks

Carolyn Scott, editor, Nursing in Practice

09:30-10:10

Taking a population health approach to lipid management: What is the role of primary care?

  • A promotional symposium sponsored by Novartis
  • Practical guidance for lipid management in primary care
  • How has this approach been implemented locally?
Dr Yassir Javaid MA (Cantab) FRCP FRCGP PGDip Cardiology, cardiovascular and diabetes lead Northamptonshire CCG, Primary Care CVD lead East Midlands Clinical Network (2013-2020)
Meredith Donaldson, physician associate, Marsh Medical Practice
Promotional symposium sponsored by Novartis:

Common allergy problems in childhood

  • Common presentations of allergy
  • How to treat allergies
  • When to refer
James Gardner, allergy nurse consultant at the Great North Children’s Hospital in Newcastle, senior clinical lecturer at Newcastle University @allergynurseuk

Diabetes 10 Point Training for all staff in health and social care

  • How to identify concerns and when/how to escalate
  • How to signpost staff in other health and social care settings to the RCN accredited online diabetes 10-point training programmes
Ruth Miller, diabetes nurse consultant, NW London Diabetes Transformation Team @RuthLauraMille1

10:15-10:55

Meeting the Challenge: Addressing mortality risk in patients with COPD and Cardiovascular disease

Dr Rama Vancheeswaran, FRCP, PhD, consultant respiratory physician at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trusts and honorary consultant at the Royal Brompton NHS Trust
Sponsored by:

Supporting women through Perimenopause/Menopause

  • Overview of perimenopause/menopause
  • Management of the menopause: Hormonal and non-hormonal treatments and lifestyle advice
  • Practical tips for nurses to help their menopausal patients
Dr Angela Sharma, GP, BMS accredited menopause specialist, clinical sexologist, Pembridge Villas Surgery

Gynaecological cancer pathways

  • The changing concept of cancer
  • Improvements in cancer services and cancer initiatives in the context of gynaecological cancer
  • Update on the prevelance and treatment for the main gynaecological cancers
Dr Cathy Hughes, divisional director of nursing and midwifery, women’s, children’s and clinical support, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

10:55-11:15
Exhibition and networking
11:20-12:00

Dietary interventions to reduce LDL cholesterol – how to apply the evidence in practice

  • Patients with elevated cholesterol should be offered an opportunity to change their diet and lifestyle before lipid modification therapy is offered as part of CVD primary prevention.
  • LDL cholesterol is a risk factor for coronary heart disease. What is the latest evidence on the dietary management of elevated cholesterol?
  • How can healthcare professionals apply the evidence in practice and support patients in making healthy dietary and lifestyle modifications?
Priya Tew, registered dietitian and nutrition professional @PriyaTew
Sponsored by:

The Essential Knowledge For Managing COPD Patients in Practice (this session contains promotion)

  • Inhaler Challenges and Inhaler choice (The Right Inhaler For The Right Patient)
  • Therapies for treating COPD
  • The Environment and Inhalers
Professor Omar Usmani, professor of respiratory medicine, Imperial College London
Sponsored by:

Dementia as a palliative condition

  • Comfort care and quality of life as dementia progresses 
  • Addressing needs at end of life
  • Evidence based dementia care at end of life
Sharron Tolman, consultant admiral nurse, Dementia UK

12:00-12:40

Identifying and treating gambling harms in and around London

  • Definition of Gambling Related Harm
  • Screening and Identification of Gambling Related Harms
  • Support and Treatment of Gambling Related Harms
Brigitte Martins, London treatment services manager, GamCare
Sponsored by:

DAPA CKD Trial Overview

Professor David Wheeler, professor of kidney medicine, University College London
Sponsored by:

Exercise and osteoporosis

  • Explain osteoporosis and the impact fragility fractures can have
  • Understand the role of exercise
  • Improve the confidence of patients
  • Access and use evidence-based resources for own learning and provide information resources for patients
Sarah Leyland, osteoporosis specialist nurse, clinical adviser, Royal Osteoporosis Society @RoyalOsteoPro @Sarah_Leyland

12:40-13:40
Exhibition and lunch
13:45-14:25

Diagnosing and managing atrial fibrillation

  • An overview of Atrial fibrillation, associated risks and treatment options
Helen Eftekhari, British Heart Foundation PhD nursing fellow (arrhythmia & syncope), RGN, BSC (hons), MSC (ANP), MReS, NMP, University of Warwick & University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire

Transforming Asthma Care: Improving patient and
environmental outcomes

Dr Thomas Brown, consultant respiratory physician, Portsmouth Severe Asthma Service Lead @Tprnbrown or @AsthmaPHU
Sponsored by:

Screening and treatment options for alcohol use disorders

  • Trends of alcohol use and related disorders in England 
  • Screening for alcohol use disorders 
  • Brief interventions 
  • Treatment options for alcohol use disorders 
  • Alcohol use and related disorders in England during the pandemic 
Ian Webzell, alcohol and substance misuse clinical nurse specialist - King’s College Hospital, London

14:30-15:10

The sun, skin & sunscreens

Dr Hiva Fassihi, consultant dermatologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Sponsored by:

Endocrine nursing in practice

An overview of endocrine nursing, and the role of endocrinology nursing. Its evolution over the years, and the development of the Competency Framework for Adult Endocrine Nursing, editions I and II.

Phillip Yeoh, consultant nurse in endocrinology, The London Clinic/ King’s College London

Managing complex chronic pain

  • Biopsychosocial model
  • Multimodal management
  • Expectation management
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • Pain Management Programme
Dr Manojit Sinha, clinical lead pain management consultant pain medicine- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

15:10-15:40
Exhibition and networking
15:45-16:15
Keynote session: Barriers to health care for trans people
  • Trans Awareness
  • Understanding barriers to health care for trans people
  • How you can help to deliver person centred care to trans people
Dr Kamilla Kamaruddin, GP in Transgender Healthcare East of England Gender Service @drkamillak

16:15
Close of Conference
08:30-09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

Marilyn Eveleigh, registered nurse, midwife, health visitor and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice

09:30-10:10

Taking a population health approach to lipid management: What is the role of primary care?

  • A promotional symposium sponsored by Novartis
  • Practical guidance for lipid management in primary care
  • How has this approach been implemented locally?
Dr Yassir Javaid MA (Cantab) FRCP FRCGP PGDip Cardiology, cardiovascular and diabetes lead Northamptonshire CCG, Primary Care CVD lead East Midlands Clinical Network (2013-2020)
Meredith Donaldson, physician associate, Marsh Medical Practice
Promotional symposium sponsored by Novartis:
10:15-10:55

Meeting the Challenge: Addressing mortality risk in patients with COPD and Cardiovascular disease

Dr Rama Vancheeswaran, FRCP, PhD, consultant respiratory physician at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trusts and honorary consultant at the Royal Brompton NHS Trust
Sponsored by:
10:55-11:15
Exhibition and networking
11:20-12:00

Dietary interventions to reduce LDL cholesterol – how to apply the evidence in practice

  • Patients with elevated cholesterol should be offered an opportunity to change their diet and lifestyle before lipid modification therapy is offered as part of CVD primary prevention.
  • LDL cholesterol is a risk factor for coronary heart disease. What is the latest evidence on the dietary management of elevated cholesterol?
  • How can healthcare professionals apply the evidence in practice and support patients in making healthy dietary and lifestyle modifications?
Priya Tew, registered dietitian and nutrition professional@PriyaTew
Sponsored by:
12:00-12:40

Identifying and treating gambling harms in and around London

  • Definition of Gambling Related Harm
  • Screening and Identification of Gambling Related Harms
  • Support and Treatment of Gambling Related Harms
Brigitte Martins, London treatment services manager, GamCare
Sponsored by:
12:40-13:40
Exhibition and lunch
13:45-14:25

Diagnosing and managing atrial fibrillation

  • An overview of Atrial fibrillation, associated risks and treatment options
Helen Eftekhari, British Heart Foundation PhD nursing fellow (arrhythmia & syncope), RGN, BSC (hons), MSC (ANP), MReS, NMP, University of Warwick & University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire

14:30-15:10

The sun, skin & sunscreens

Dr Hiva Fassihi, consultant dermatologist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Sponsored by:
15:10-15:40
Exhibition and networking
15:45-16:15
Keynote session: Barriers to health care for trans people
  • Trans Awareness
  • Understanding barriers to health care for trans people
  • How you can help to deliver person centred care to trans people
Dr Kamilla Kamaruddin, GP in Transgender Healthcare East of England Gender Service@drkamillak

16:15
Close of Conference
08:30-09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

Helen Lewis, advanced nurse practitioner, independent prescriber and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice advanced nurse practitioner, independent prescriber and advisory board member, Nursing in Practice

09:30-10:10

Common allergy problems in childhood

  • Common presentations of allergy
  • How to treat allergies
  • When to refer
James Gardner, allergy nurse consultant at the Great North Children’s Hospital in Newcastle, senior clinical lecturer at Newcastle University allergy nurse consultant at the Great North Children’s Hospital in Newcastle, senior clinical lecturer at Newcastle University @allergynurseuk

10:15-10:55

Supporting women through Perimenopause/Menopause

  • Overview of perimenopause/menopause
  • Management of the menopause: Hormonal and non-hormonal treatments and lifestyle advice
  • Practical tips for nurses to help their menopausal patients
Dr Angela Sharma, GP, BMS accredited menopause specialist, clinical sexologist, Pembridge Villas Surgery GP, BMS accredited menopause specialist, clinical sexologist, Pembridge Villas Surgery

10:55-11:15
Exhibition and networking
11.20-12.00

The Essential Knowledge For Managing COPD Patients in Practice (this session contains promotion)

  • Inhaler Challenges and Inhaler choice (The Right Inhaler For The Right Patient)
  • Therapies for treating COPD
  • The Environment and Inhalers
Professor Omar Usmani, professor of respiratory medicine, Imperial College London professor of respiratory medicine, Imperial College London
Sponsored by:
12:00-12:40

DAPA CKD Trial Overview

Professor David Wheeler, professor of kidney medicine, University College London professor of kidney medicine, University College London
Sponsored by:
12:40-13:40
Exhibition and lunch
13:45-14:25

Transforming Asthma Care: Improving patient and
environmental outcomes

Dr Thomas Brown, consultant respiratory physician, Portsmouth Severe Asthma Service Lead consultant respiratory physician, Portsmouth Severe Asthma Service Lead @Tprnbrown or @AsthmaPHU
Sponsored by:
14:30-15:10

Endocrine nursing in practice

An overview of endocrine nursing, and the role of endocrinology nursing. Its evolution over the years, and the development of the Competency Framework for Adult Endocrine Nursing, editions I and II.

Phillip Yeoh, consultant nurse in endocrinology, The London Clinic/ King’s College London consultant nurse in endocrinology, The London Clinic/ King’s College London

15:10-15:40
Exhibition and networking
15:45-16:15
Keynote session: Barriers to health care for trans people
  • Trans Awareness
  • Understanding barriers to health care for trans people
  • How you can help to deliver person centred care to trans people
Dr Kamilla Kamaruddin, GP in Transgender Healthcare East of England Gender Service@drkamillak

16:15
Close of Conference
08:30-09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20-09:30

Chair’s opening remarks

Carolyn Scott, editor, Nursing in Practice

09:30-10:10

Diabetes 10 Point Training for all staff in health and social care

  • How to identify concerns and when/how to escalate
  • How to signpost staff in other health and social care settings to the RCN accredited online diabetes 10-point training programmes
Ruth Miller, diabetes nurse consultant, NW London Diabetes Transformation Team @RuthLauraMille1

10:15-10:55

Gynaecological cancer pathways

  • The changing concept of cancer
  • Improvements in cancer services and cancer initiatives in the context of gynaecological cancer
  • Update on the prevelance and treatment for the main gynaecological cancers
Dr Cathy Hughes, divisional director of nursing and midwifery, women’s, children’s and clinical support, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

10:55-11:15
Exhibition and networking
11:20-12:00

Dementia as a palliative condition

  • Comfort care and quality of life as dementia progresses 
  • Addressing needs at end of life
  • Evidence based dementia care at end of life
Sharron Tolman, consultant admiral nurse, Dementia UK

12:00-12:40

Exercise and osteoporosis

  • Explain osteoporosis and the impact fragility fractures can have
  • Understand the role of exercise
  • Improve the confidence of patients
  • Access and use evidence-based resources for own learning and provide information resources for patients
Sarah Leyland, osteoporosis specialist nurse, clinical adviser, Royal Osteoporosis Society @RoyalOsteoPro @Sarah_Leyland

12:40-13:40
Exhibition and lunch
13:45-14:25

Screening and treatment options for alcohol use disorders

  • Trends of alcohol use and related disorders in England 
  • Screening for alcohol use disorders 
  • Brief interventions 
  • Treatment options for alcohol use disorders 
  • Alcohol use and related disorders in England during the pandemic 
Ian Webzell, alcohol and substance misuse clinical nurse specialist - King’s College Hospital, London

14:30-15:10

Managing complex chronic pain

  • Biopsychosocial model
  • Multimodal management
  • Expectation management
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • Pain Management Programme
Dr Manojit Sinha, clinical lead pain management consultant pain medicine- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

15:10-15:40
Exhibition and networking
15:45-16:15
Keynote session: Barriers to health care for trans people
  • Trans Awareness
  • Understanding barriers to health care for trans people
  • How you can help to deliver person centred care to trans people
Dr Kamilla Kamaruddin, GP in Transgender Healthcare East of England Gender Service@drkamillak

16:15
Close of Conference

 

** We would like to thank our sponsors for supporting this event, which includes pharmaceutical companies including AstraZeneca, Benecol, Chiesi Ltd, Dermol Laboratories, Enteromed, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd, La Roche Posay Ltd, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Organon Pharma (UK) Ltd, Theramex, Trion Pharma. Please note that sponsorship of an event by way of either exhibition stand or sponsored session does not represent or indicate tacit agreement or approval by Cogora or any of its media brands for a sponsor, its products or services. In the case of sponsored session or webinar (clearly labelled as sponsored), the sponsor has been entirely responsible for developing and delivering the content for these sessions.

 


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