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

Chair welcome and opening remarks

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

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Helen Lewis, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Independent Prescriber and Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Kathryn Yates, Governing Body Nurse Member, Richmond CCG

Chair welcome and opening remarks

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

09:30-10:15

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?
Bronwen Lafferty, Clinical Strategy Manager, ConvaTec
Sponsored by

COPD – Making it personal

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

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

NICE update: Depression in young people

  • Detection, risk profiling, and identifying depression.
  • Recommending psychological therapies, along with holistic care.
  • Recommendations in updated NICE guidelines.
Dr Jocelyn Catty, Senior Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

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

New NICE guidance: Improving outcomes and saving costs

  • Unveiling a new era in leg ulcer and diabetic foot ulcer care.
  • What this means for patients, clinicians and health organisations.
  • How to implement NICE guidance into clinical practice.

 

Jacqui Fletcher, Independent Wound Care Consultant, Senior Clinical Advisor, Stop the Pressure Programme (NHS Improvement) @Jacquifletcher3
Sponsored by

Asthma Emergencies: Simple Steps Save Lives

  • Recognising deterioration
  • What to do whilst waiting for help
  • Inhaler technique – vital but often forgotten
Carol Stonham, Senior Respiratory Nurse Practitioner, Gloucester CCG, Chair Elect, Executive Committee, Primary Care Respiratory Society
Sponsored by

Making every nurse contact count – supporting women through their life course

  • Identify the superior efficacy of LARC (Long Acting Reversible Contraception) methods verse user dependent methods
  • Understanding that the Intrauterine systems might be used at any reproductive or post reproductive age
  • Counselling at every appropriate consultation
Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive health, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust
This promotional symposium session is organised and fully funded by Bayer

Recognising and managing autism spectrum conditions in primary care

  • Understanding the role of the practice and community nurse in highlighting suspected ASD.
  • Supporting families to access appropriate resources.
  • Identifying other clinical and behavioural implications of ASD.
Matt Trerise, Training and Liaison Lead, NHS Bristol Autism Spectrum Service

11:35-12:20

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

Addressing the challenges of inhaler technique

Carol Stonham, Senior Respiratory Nurse Practitioner, Gloucester CCG, Chair Elect, Executive Committee, Primary Care Respiratory Society
Sponsored by

Addressing influenza vaccine effectiveness; an update on advice for influenza vaccine options for 2019/20 flu season

  • Key challenges and causes of reduced vaccine effectiveness and how new vaccines may help
  • Influenza vaccine recommendations for 2019/20 season
  • Educational and practical guidance for licensed vaccines in adults
Sponsored by

Early intervention to promote infant mental health

  • What does infant mental health mean and what are the implications for parents and babies in the perinatal period and throughout life?
  • What can practitioners do to promote the best start for babies?

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

Stroke and transient ischaemic attack

  • Prompt recognition of symptoms and diagnosis.
  • Initial management of suspected and confirmed TIA.
  • Rehabilitation and long term management.
Jennifer Corns, Stroke Clinical Nurse Specialist, St Georges University Hospital NHS Trust

Language and mental health

  • The most prevalent mental health concerns amongst children and teenagers in British schools.
  • Simple changes individuals and institutions can make to facilitate communication around mental health and reduce stigma.
  • Signposting and knowing where the role of a person working in a school begins and ends.
Natasha Devon, Writer, presenter & activist @_NatashaDevon

Very Brief Advice: a practical tool to advise your smoking patients

  • The principles and evidence on giving opportunistic advice to smokers.
  • How to give effective stop smoking advice in 30 seconds.
  • How to deal with different patient responses to VBA advice.
Dr Alex Bobak, GP and specialist in smoking cessation
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?
Helen Crowther, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation - NHSX @nursehelenc
Ann Gregory, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation - NHSX @AnnGregoryRN
Sponsored by
14:05-14:35
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
14:35-15:20

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 shingles immunisation programme in England

  • Provide an overview of shingles and its possible complications.
  • Provide understanding of the shingles National Immunisation Programme including eligibility.
  • 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

Put on your oxygen mask first – enhancing self-care and resilience in healthcare professionals

  • Introduce the concept of resilience and highlight its importance for healthcare professionals.
  • Identify the factors that underpin resilience from an individual, team and organisational perspective.
  • Outline multi-level interventions that can enhance wellbeing and resilience in healthcare professionals.
Professor Gail Kinman, Professor of Occupational Health Psychology, University of Bedfordshire @ProfGailK


15:25-16:10

Keynote: A lived experience of coercive control





08:30-09:20
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

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?
Bronwen Lafferty, Clinical Strategy Manager, ConvaTec
Sponsored by
10:15-10:45
Exhibition and networking
10:45-11:30

New NICE guidance: Improving outcomes and saving costs

  • Unveiling a new era in leg ulcer and diabetic foot ulcer care.
  • What this means for patients, clinicians and health organisations.
  • How to implement NICE guidance into clinical practice.

 

Jacqui Fletcher, Independent Wound Care Consultant, Senior Clinical Advisor, Stop the Pressure Programme (NHS Improvement) @Jacquifletcher3
Sponsored by
11:35-12:20

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

Stroke and transient ischaemic attack

  • Prompt recognition of symptoms and diagnosis.
  • Initial management of suspected and confirmed TIA.
  • Rehabilitation and long term management.
Jennifer Corns, Stroke Clinical Nurse Specialist, St Georges University Hospital NHS Trust

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

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

15:25-16:10

Keynote: A lived experience of coercive control


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

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Helen Lewis, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Independent Prescriber and Advisory Board Member, Nursing in Practice

09:30-10:15

COPD – Making it personal

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

Asthma Emergencies: Simple Steps Save Lives

  • Recognising deterioration
  • What to do whilst waiting for help
  • Inhaler technique – vital but often forgotten
Carol Stonham, Senior Respiratory Nurse Practitioner, Gloucester CCG, Chair Elect, Executive Committee, Primary Care Respiratory Society
Sponsored by
11:35-12:20

Addressing the challenges of inhaler technique

Carol Stonham, Senior Respiratory Nurse Practitioner, Gloucester CCG, Chair Elect, Executive Committee, Primary Care Respiratory Society
Sponsored by
12:20-13:20
Exhibition, networking and lunch
13:20-14:05

Language and mental health

  • The most prevalent mental health concerns amongst children and teenagers in British schools.
  • Simple changes individuals and institutions can make to facilitate communication around mental health and reduce stigma.
  • Signposting and knowing where the role of a person working in a school begins and ends.
Natasha Devon, Writer, presenter & activist @_NatashaDevon

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

A practical guide on the shingles immunisation programme in England

  • Provide an overview of shingles and its possible complications.
  • Provide understanding of the shingles National Immunisation Programme including eligibility.
  • 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
08:30-09:20
Registration and exhibition
09:20-09:30

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Kathryn Yates, Governing Body Nurse Member, Richmond CCG

09:30-10:10

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

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

Making every nurse contact count – supporting women through their life course

  • Identify the superior efficacy of LARC (Long Acting Reversible Contraception) methods verse user dependent methods
  • Understanding that the Intrauterine systems might be used at any reproductive or post reproductive age
  • Counselling at every appropriate consultation
Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive health, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust
This promotional symposium session is organised and fully funded by Bayer
11:35-12:20

Addressing influenza vaccine effectiveness; an update on advice for influenza vaccine options for 2019/20 flu season

  • Key challenges and causes of reduced vaccine effectiveness and how new vaccines may help
  • Influenza vaccine recommendations for 2019/20 season
  • Educational and practical guidance for licensed vaccines in adults
Sponsored by
12:20-13:20
Exhibition, networking and lunch
13:20-14:05

Very Brief Advice: a practical tool to advise your smoking patients

  • The principles and evidence on giving opportunistic advice to smokers.
  • How to give effective stop smoking advice in 30 seconds.
  • How to deal with different patient responses to VBA advice.
Dr Alex Bobak, GP and specialist in smoking cessation
Sponsored by
14:05-14:35
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
14:35-15:20

Put on your oxygen mask first – enhancing self-care and resilience in healthcare professionals

  • Introduce the concept of resilience and highlight its importance for healthcare professionals.
  • Identify the factors that underpin resilience from an individual, team and organisational perspective.
  • Outline multi-level interventions that can enhance wellbeing and resilience in healthcare professionals.
Professor Gail Kinman, Professor of Occupational Health Psychology, University of Bedfordshire @ProfGailK

08:30-09:20
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

NICE update: Depression in young people

  • Detection, risk profiling, and identifying depression.
  • Recommending psychological therapies, along with holistic care.
  • Recommendations in updated NICE guidelines.
Dr Jocelyn Catty, Senior Child & Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

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

Recognising and managing autism spectrum conditions in primary care

  • Understanding the role of the practice and community nurse in highlighting suspected ASD.
  • Supporting families to access appropriate resources.
  • Identifying other clinical and behavioural implications of ASD.
Matt Trerise, Training and Liaison Lead, NHS Bristol Autism Spectrum Service

11:35-12:20

Early intervention to promote infant mental health

  • What does infant mental health mean and what are the implications for parents and babies in the perinatal period and throughout life?
  • What can practitioners do to promote the best start for babies?

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

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?
Helen Crowther, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation - NHSX @nursehelenc
Ann Gregory, Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Advisor, Primary Care Digital Transformation - NHSX @AnnGregoryRN
Sponsored by

 

*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 Bayer PLC, Boehringer Ingelheim Ltd, Chiesi Ltd, GSK, Johnson and Johnson, MSD, Orion Pharma, Pfizer Ltd, Seqirus Ltd and Trudell Medical UK Limited. These companies have only had input into their individual sessions on the programme where clearly labelled.


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