- It's All Over...
We hope that everyone who attended the conference this year found something interesting, useful, thought-provoking or inspirational to take with them back to their place of work. All the presentations from the day are now available in the 'Presentations' tab and all the submitted posters are still available in the 'Posters' tab.
Keep up the amazing work which is happening within Child Health across the region. We look froward to seeing you next year for PIER2021.
Where did all our attendees come from for PIER2020?
- View the introduction videos by the authors of the submitted posters below
- Click through the view the full posters
- Use the comments boxes on each poster page to start a conversation with the authors or to request more information
Improving access to Education during the COVID-19 pandemic: Development of a virtual; cross-speciality, multi-professional education programme within a regional Children’s Hospital
- Tamali HodgkinsonSecondary pseudohypoaldosteronism: lessons learned from a baby presenting with severe salt losing crisis
- Rachel VarugheseAn Audit to Improve Carer Knowledge and Confidence around Administering Emergency IM Hydrocortisone Injections
- Rachel VarugheseQuality Improvement Project for the Management of Children with Asthma
- Elizabeth LittleGrowth, Obesity, and Dietary Fibre Intake in Paediatric CKD
- Matthew HarmerWell-being and Care Review - The Benefit of Routine and Continued Well-being Support for New Nursing Staff from Education Facilitators
- Emma PageFamilies Report Desire for Continuation of Virtual Epilepsy Clinics: Patient experience from secondary care paediatric epilepsy services at University Hospital Southampton during the first phase of COVID-19 Pandemic
- Michael CardenasStaff Wellbeing in the Paediatric Intensive Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Christopher BeavesEarly Birds and Night Owls - Enhancing paediatric learning at MKUH with pre-handover teaching sessions and cake (not worms)
- Angela RadfordSurvey of the use of Paediatric Intensive Care Patient Diaries in the UK & ROI
- Fiona LynchThe ‘hot baby’; a review of practice in a Children’s Emergency Department
- Rachel KingPandover: Using a smartphone app based patient list to improve handover
- Olivier FalconerAssessment and management of asthma exacerbations in the paediatric emergency department (ED) - a quality improvement project (QIP) using single centre results from the National Asthma and COPD Audit Programme (NACAP), John Radcliffe, Oxford
- Miranda RogersPaediatric Simulation Training in the times of COVID - Chances not to be missed
- Karim NoordallyIncreasing Access and Use of Interpreting Services in Everyday Clinical Practice to Improve Patient Care
- Ester QuinnHow Teams improved our Team: Transition to Adult Services for Children with Complex Neurodisability
- Sinead DoyleDevelopment of a national virtual teaching platform to improve paediatric neurodisability sub-speciality training
- Annabel BurtonYou’ve Been Framed! - A feel good Paediatric staff video
- Matthew RajanDeveloping and evaluating a novel research study day across multiple schools of paediatrics through distance learning: a pilot
- Eva WoodingNeonatal Simulation Fortnight: Using simulation to improve paediatric neonatal resuscitation skills
- Rajal PatelA review of 499 Newborn and Infant Physical Examination (NIPE) referrals at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
- John TollidayPaediatric Virtual Learning in COVID19: Reflections from a District General Hospital
- Olatokunbo SanwoAdapting and evolving youth work throughout the COVID19 Pandemic
- Sarah Shameti