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5th Health & Justice Summit

 

 

 

5th Health & Justice Summit:
Ageing Well in Secure Environments

A 2 day summit jointly organised by the RCGP Secure Environments Group, Ashworth, Broadmoor, the State Hospital and Rampton high secure hospitals

Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th November 2017

Please click the below links to download plenary and workshop presentations that have been permitted to be shared

Day one Plenary Sessions 27th November 2017

Day one Workshop Sessions 27th November 2017

Day two Plenary Sessions 28th November 2017

Day two Workshop Sessions 28th November 2017

Plenary Sessions

More Miles on the Clock
Dr Andrew Fraser, Director of Public Health Science, NHS Health Scotland

Ageing Well in a High Secure Setting – a commissioning perspective
Alison Cannon, Mental Health, POC and High Secure Lead, North of England Specialised Commissioning Team and Karon Glynn, Mental Health, POC and High Secure Lead, Specialised Commissioning (East Midlands Hub), NHS England


Day one workshops

A1 Sharing lived experiences with service users: the research and developing a pilot training package
Jonny Lovell, Associate Lecturer, University of York, Sally Rawcliffe-Foo, Operational Manager, Recovery College Lead, and PhD candidate, Alison O’Connell, Service User Involvement Coordinator and Research Coordinator, Leeds & York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A2 Addressing the physical and mental health needs of patients in secure care
Tom Hewson, 5th Year Medical Student, University of Nottingham Medical School and Dr Marcus Bicknell, GP Lead, Calverton Hill Hospital

A3 Mr Fit – Quality Improvement Project
Barbara Sowa, Physical Activity Advisor, West London Mental Health NHS Trust

A4 “Motivating the unmotivated” – Motivating long stay patients to maintain fitness and health
Dr Sandeep Mathews, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Panchu Xavier, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Michelle Rydon- Grange, Senior Clinical Psychologist, Ty LLywelyn Medium Secure Unit, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

B1 Physical Health and Wellbeing within a Specialist Older Adult Low Secure Service
Dr Victoria Norrington-Moore, Lead Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Lisa Taylor, Occupational Therapist, Debbie Bolton, Ward Manager and Vickie Smith, Forensic Psychologist in Training, The Priory Group – Partnerships in Care

B2 The physical activity environment and access to food on low secure units – results from a national cross sectional study
Lisa Dervan, EAP Team Leader, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust

B3 The journey of the role of the Assistant Practitioner in the High Secure Setting
Kate Hughes, Nurse Practitioner and Kate Finegan, Assistant Practitioner, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

B4 Electronic Patient Physical Activity Recording Project
Dr Briju Prasad, Speciality Doctor in Forensic Psychiatry and Tracy Tait, and Skye Centre Secretary, The State Hospital.

B5 Intensive dietetic interventions around weight management in high secure care
Frances Waddell, Lead Dietitian, The State Hospital

B6 Palliative and End of Life Care in a Secure Environment
Maria O’Neill, Lead Nurse, Palliative Care and Dr Annelise Matthews, Palliative Care consultant, HMP Littlehey

C1 The review and development of health plans to support patient’s physical health when detained in high secure care
Frances Waddell, Lead Dietitian, The State Hospital

C3 Patients being transferred from District General Hospitals back to The State Hospital
Karen Burnett, APIC/Nursing Practice Development and Sheila Smith, Clinical Effectiveness Team Leader, The State Hospital

C4 E-Learning for End of Life Care at St Andrew’s Healthcare
Dr Nuwan Galappathie, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Krishna Chauhan, Assistant Psychologist, St Andrews Healthcare

C5 Delivering a weight management intervention in a high secure hospital environment
Dr Louise Kennedy, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Claire Borthwick, Health Trainee Psychologist, The State Hospital


Day two 28th November 2017

Plenary Sessions

Dr Éamonn O’Moore, National Lead for Health & Justice, Public Health England and Director, UK Collaborating Centre to the WHO Health in Prisons Programme

PRISONOSCOPY – an inside view
Pete White, Chief Executive, Positive Prison? Positive Futures

Understanding and meeting the needs of older people in prison
Lynn Saunders OBE, Governor, HMP Whatton

Who Cares? The Lived Experience of Older Prisoners in Scotland
David Strang, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for Scotland, HM Inspectorate of Prisons for Scotland

Rising to the challenge of Dementia Care in Prisons
Dr Sarah Bromley FRCGP, National Medical Director Health in Justice, Care UK

Commissioning and delivering services to meet the health needs for older people in prison
Dr Linda Harris, Chief Executive and Clinical Director, Spectrum Community Health CIC and Christine Kelly, Assistant Head of Health and Justice, NHS England


Day two 28th November 2017

Workshop Sessions

A1 The prevalence and management of non-communicable diseases amongst prisoner populations
Pip Hearty, Research Assistant and Dr Nat Wright, Clinical Research Director, Spectrum Community Health CIC

A2 The Prison Pain Management Formulary – One Year On
Dr George Ryan, Clinical Advisor, Criminal Justice Team, Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Division, Public Health England and Denise Farmer, Pharmaceutical Adviser Health and Justice, Finance, Commercial and Specialised Commissioning Group, NHS England

A3 Social Care and the Changing Scottish Prison Population
Kirstin Leith, Health and Social Care Manager, Scottish Prison Service and Nigel Ironside, Governor, HMP Glenochil

A4 Problem Solving in Prisons, a Brief Intervention for Prisoners at risk of Self-Harm
Amanda E Perry, Senior Lecturer in Applied Health & Chartered Forensic Psychologist, University of York

A5 Pulmonary rehabilitation in HMP Littlehey
Louise Goswell, Pulmonary Rehabilitation & Respiratory Specialist Physiotherapist, Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust

B1 Palliative and End of Life Care in a Secure Environment
Maria O’Neill, Lead Nurse, Palliative Care and Dr Annelise Matthews, Palliative Care consultant, HMP Littlehey

B2 Health and Social Care Needs Assessment of Older People in Prison
Dr Éamonn O’Moore, National Lead for Health & Justice, Public Health England and Director of the UK Collaborating Centre for WHO Health in Prisons Programme (European Region), David Munday, Public Health Specialty Registrar and Jane Leaman, Consultant in Public Health

B3 Best Practice in supporting older men in prison
Isabel Owens and Louise Ridley, Age UK North Tyneside and Northumbria University

B4 Developing services to support mental wellbeing in an immigration removal centre
Claire Weston, Head of Health and Justice, East of England, NHS England

B5 Accelerated ageing – what are the needs of older prisoners in contact with substance misuse services?
Alex Viccars, Research & Development Officer, The Forward Trust

C2 Using Remote Agile GP in Secure Environments
Dr Ben Sinclair MRCGP, Remote Agile GP, Spectrum CIC

C3 Caring in Custody; Working with Local Authorities to deliver social care to men and women, and how this benefits directly and indirectly the population
Rupert Bailie, Acting Head of Health, Wellbeing & Substance Misuse (Custody) HMPPS and Ian Anderson, ADASS Associate, Care & Justice

C4 Health and Social Care Needs Assessment of Older People in Prison
Dr Éamonn O’Moore, National Lead for Health & Justice, Public Health England and Director of the UK Collaborating Centre for WHO Health in Prisons Programme (European Region), David Munday, Public Health Specialty Registrar and Jane Leaman, Consultant in Public Health

C5 Getting old in a high secure environment: does age ever trump risk?
Dr Kevin Murray, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Fiona Clark, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, West London Mental Health Trust