Ready, Steady, Go & Hello Virtual Study Day: Delivering Patient Empowerment, Shared Decision Making & Transition
Many policies** state that to “deliver high quality sustainable healthcare globally” we need:
Patient empowerment e.g. Ready Steady Go and Hello programmes
Patient owned electronic record enabling patients and healthcare professionals to share information on-line e.g. My Medical Record
Focussed healthcare professional practice through strategies such as Motivational Interviewing
Centralised information resources –a vision/work in progress e.g a virtual assistant
The Ready Steady Go and Hello programmes help empower young people and adults to manage their healthcare by equipping them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to manage their condition by using a structured framework to facilitate discussion and education. This is important for all patients with a long term condition including those with learning disabilities and those attending Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
This day will now be run as a virtual event using the Zoom platform. Please sign up using the Eventbrite box below and you will receive further instructions about accessing the event.
For more information and how to book, visit theTIER Website
Thames Valley and Wessex CYP ODN - Paediatric Pain: Core Fundamentals
Thames Valley & Wessex CYP ODN in association with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust paediatric services are proud to present the first joint Paediatric Pain 'Core Fundamentals' Study Day. This is the first of 2 days specifically focusing on paediatric pain management and treatment pathways. The event is aimed at those who want to gain skills and knowledge in the core principles of paediatric pain nursing care and management. It is open to nurses, nursing associates, HCSW's, AHP's and play team's who have an interest in paediatrics.
It is suitable for ward and emergency/ assessment staff. The topics include:
Pharmacology in pain management
Psychology of pain and coping management strategies
Management pathways to reduce length of stay
Pain assessment toolkits
VR - Immersive therapies as a technique for paediatric pain management
Play and other methods of pain management
There will be opportunities to network with peers working within the Thames Valley & Wessex region. Refreshments will be provided.