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Manchester Programme

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

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Louise Brady, Lead Primary & Community Nurse, Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership @louisebrady17

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Donna Davenport, Community Specialist Practitioner Facilitator - District Nursing, Stockport Foundation Trust

09:30 - 10:10

Keynote: NHS Long Term Plan

Corinne Power, Lead Nurse - Strategic Programmes and Business, NHS England and NHS Improvement


10:15 – 10:55

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:

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.
Julie Annakin, Independent Nurse Trainer
Sponsored by
10:55 - 11:25
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
11:25 - 12:05

Contraception: are we failing younger women?

  • Identify LARCs as the most effective contraception for women of any reproductive age.
  • Know counselling techniques that may help young women understand their contraceptive options and the advantages of LARC.
  • Feel that you can take the opportunity to discuss the full range of contraception at every appropriate consultation.
Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive health, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust
This promotional symposium is organised and funded 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?
David Nelson, Medical Affairs Specialist, ConvaTec
Sponsored by
12:10 - 12:50

HRT & Menopause: The Progestogen Matters

 

Dr John Stevenson, reader in metabolic medicine, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, and consultant physician, Royal Brompton Hospital
Sponsored by

Providing support to people with learning disabilities in primary care

  • Supporting the primary healthcare team to care for people with a learning disability.
  • Awareness of health inequalities and vulnerability.
  • Making reasonable adjustments to improve consultations.
Ruth Bell, Lead Nurse for Learning Disability and Autism, Northern Care Alliance NHS Group

12:50 - 13:50
Exhibition, networking and complimentary lunch
13:50 - 14:30

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

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
14:35 - 15:15

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

Putting the person with diabetes first: personalising the management plan

  • Be reminded of the processes involved in controlling bloody 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
15:15 - 15:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
15:45 - 16:25

Keynote: Gangsta Love: I’m me, not ‘an offender’

  • A unique and frank personal account of the cause and effect of criminality.
  • Early experience, prison experience, release experience and moving on.
  • The importance of listening more and judging less.
Heather Henry, Nurse Entrepreneur, Owner, Brightness Management, Founder, BreathChamps and BreathStars @heatherhenry4
Jasen Williams, Community Worker, Broughton Trust


16:25 - 17:00

End of life care

  • Holistic assessment and personalised care.
  • Communication about prognosis and treatment preferences.
  • Psychological support and screening for depression.
Liz McCreery, Macmillan Specialist Dietitian, Manchester Foundation Trust
Julie McDonald, Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist, Manchester Foundation Trust


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

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Louise Brady, Lead Primary & Community Nurse, Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership @louisebrady17

09:30 - 10:10

Keynote: NHS Long Term Plan

Corinne Power, Lead Nurse - Strategic Programmes and Business, NHS England and NHS Improvement

10:15 – 10:55

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:
10:55 - 11:25
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
11:25 - 12:05

Contraception: are we failing younger women?

  • Identify LARCs as the most effective contraception for women of any reproductive age.
  • Know counselling techniques that may help young women understand their contraceptive options and the advantages of LARC.
  • Feel that you can take the opportunity to discuss the full range of contraception at every appropriate consultation.
Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive health, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust
This promotional symposium is organised and funded by
12:10 - 12:50

HRT & Menopause: The Progestogen Matters

 

Dr John Stevenson, reader in metabolic medicine, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, and consultant physician, Royal Brompton Hospital
Sponsored by
12:50 - 13:50
Exhibition, networking and complimentary lunch
13:50 - 14:30

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
14:35 - 15:15

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
15:15 - 15:45
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
15:45 - 16:25

Keynote: Gangsta Love: I’m me, not ‘an offender’

  • A unique and frank personal account of the cause and effect of criminality.
  • Early experience, prison experience, release experience and moving on.
  • The importance of listening more and judging less.
Heather Henry, Nurse Entrepreneur, Owner, Brightness Management, Founder, BreathChamps and BreathStars @heatherhenry4
Jasen Williams, Community Worker, Broughton Trust

16:25 - 17:00

End of life care

  • Holistic assessment and personalised care.
  • Communication about prognosis and treatment preferences.
  • Psychological support and screening for depression.
Liz McCreery, Macmillan Specialist Dietitian, Manchester Foundation Trust
Julie McDonald, Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist, Manchester Foundation Trust

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

Chair welcome and opening remarks

Donna Davenport, Community Specialist Practitioner Facilitator - District Nursing, Stockport Foundation Trust

09:30 - 10:10

10:15 - 10:55

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.
Julie Annakin, Independent Nurse Trainer
Sponsored by
10:55 - 11:25
Exhibition, networking and refreshments
11:25 - 12:05

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?
David Nelson, Medical Affairs Specialist, ConvaTec
Sponsored by
12:10 - 12:50

Providing support to people with learning disabilities in primary care

  • Supporting the primary healthcare team to care for people with a learning disability.
  • Awareness of health inequalities and vulnerability.
  • Making reasonable adjustments to improve consultations.
Ruth Bell, Lead Nurse for Learning Disability and Autism, Northern Care Alliance NHS Group

12:50 - 13:50
Exhibition, networking and complimentary lunch
13:50 - 14:30

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
14:35 - 15:15

Putting the person with diabetes first: personalising the management plan

  • Be reminded of the processes involved in controlling bloody 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
15:45 - 16:25

16:25 - 17:00


 

*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 Limited, Chiesi Ltd, GSK, Johnson & Johnson UK, MSD, Mylan UK, 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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