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4th Health & Justice Summit

 

 

 

4th Health & Justice Summit: Improving patient experience in secure environment healthcare

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

Thursday 10th and Friday 11th November 2016, Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel and Spa

Please click the below links to download plenary and workshop presentations

Day one Plenary Sessions 10th November 2016

Day one Workshop Sessions 10th November 2016

Day two Plenary Sessions 11th November 2016

Day two Workshop Sessions 11th November 2016

Day One Plenary Sessions

Keynote 2 - Improving patient experience in secure environments healthcare
Dr Adrian James, Registrar, Royal College of Psychiatrists and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Devon Partnership NHS Trust

Reducing restrictive practice - implementing Positive and Proactive Care
Guy Cross, Mental Health Act Approvals Manager, Policy Lead Positive and Safe, DH

Chest pain - In and Out of grounds
Dr John Walsh, Consultant Cardiologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Commissioning for good patient experience
Alison Cannon, Head of Mental Health NW Specialised Commissioning, Mark Edmond, High Security Mental Health Oversight Manager London & Head of Quality, Mental Health Specialised Commissioning South London, and Karon Glynn, Head of Mental Health East Midlands Specialised Commissioning, NHS England

What is good patient experience in a high secure healthcare service?
Dr Julie Hall, Executive Director of Nursing, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Challenging physical healthcare conditions: Diabetes, Trends and the Tuck Shop
Professor Geoff Gill, Consultant Physician, Aintree University Hospital

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Report on the Physical Health of people with a Severe Mental Illness
Dr Alan Cohen, RCGP rep and retired GP


Day one workshops

A1 End of Life Care within Secure Psychiatric Settings: “One Chance to Get it Right” – Replacing the Liverpool Care Pathway
Dr Nuwan Galappathie, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, St Andrew’s Healthcare, Birmingham & Visiting Researcher, Institute of Psychiatry, KCL

A2 Dr Feelwell
Dale Williams, Modern Matron and Lisa Wright, Health Care Assistant, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

A3 Positive about nutrition – does nutrition have a role to play in patient recovery in a secure mental health setting
Emma Cooper, Specialist Dietitian and Rebecca Forster, Lead Specialist Dietitian, St Andrew’s Healthcare

A4 Developing pathways for managing the risk of choking within a high secure mental health service
Sarah Annerson and Fiona Goddard, Lead Speech and Language Therapists, Rampton Hospital, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

A5 IT systems and improving patient experience
TPP (SystmOne)

B1 Providing general healthcare within a medium secure hospital – challenges and opportunities
Dr Bernadette Hard, GP Specialist, Addictions and Simon Rogers, Nurse Practitioner, Caswell Medium Secure Clinic

B2 An evaluation of the impact of total smoking cessation in a high secure forensic unit
Dr Briju Prasad, Specialty Doctor in Forensic Psychiatry and Carol Ann Topping, Practice Nurse, The State Hospital

B3 Improving physical health in secure hospitals: case-study examples showing how collaborative working (Nursing, Dietetic and Health and fitness staff) can support patients to achieve positive health outcomes
Laura Clark, Dietitian, Jenny Saunders, Chronic Disease Nurse Specialist, Phil Ivens and Martin Kent, Health and Fitness Staff, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

B4 Implementing Epic 3 within secure mental health and offender health environments
Pixy Strazds, Lead Practitioner for Infection Prevention and Control, Forensic Services, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

B5 Pain Management Service in a secure environment.
Stacey Waugh and Cora Leigh, Pain Management Nurses, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

B6 Emotional health and resilience for staff working in forensic care
Natalie Jennings, Senior Manager / Modern Matron Physical Healthcare and Infection Prevention and Control, Forensic Services, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Discussion only, paper linked. C1 Royal College of Nursing – ‘Working across health, justice & forensic nursing’: Coming together
Ann Norman, Professional Lead for Nursing in Justice and forensic healthcare and learning disability nursing (UK), Royal College of Nursing.

C2 Integrating an EAP (Engagement, Activity and Physical Health) Team within a clinical setting
Lisa Dervan, EAP Team Leader & Vukile Bhila, Staff Nurse, Montpellier Low Secure Unit, 2gether NHS Trust

C3 The changing shape of society – a risk to our service users?
Steven Clark, Lead Forensic Clinical Exercise Therapist and Robert Lieu, Forensic Clinical Exercise Therapist, South West London & St. Georges Mental Health NHS Trust

C4 Physical health assessments and interventions at The State Hospital
Frances Waddell, Lead Dietitian and Karen Burnett, Learning & Development / APIC, The State Hospital

C5 Joint working between children mental health & general nursing in-reach services and children’s secure services for welfare and criminal justice provision
Toni Gibson, Team Coordinator & Sandra Martin, Nurse, NTW NHS Trust, Aycliffe Secure Services

D1 Developing a primary care service in an independent secure service
Dr Phil Huckle, Regional Clinical Director, PIC Wales

D2 Emotional health and resilience for staff working in forensic care
Natalie Jennings, Senior Manager / Modern Matron Physical Healthcare and Infection Prevention and Control, Forensic Services, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

D3 Capacity and Decision Making in Prison (or places of detention)
Cliff Hoyle Health and Justice Commissioning Manager & Approved Mental Health Professional, NHS England South (South West)

D4 Complex physical management: feeding, stomas, IV antibiotics, removing foreign bodies
Nicky Mistry, Jr Matron Physical Healthcare / IPC & Pixy Strazds, Lead Practitioner for Infection Prevention and Control, Forensic Services, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

D5 Mission Fit
Jason Bonney and Daniel Cockle, Physical Health and Wellbeing Coaches, Partnerships in Care


Day two 11th November 2016

Plenary Sessions

Taking healthcare to the heart of reform
Kate Davies OBE, Head of Armed Forces and their Families, Health & Justice and Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARC), NHS England

Putting public health at the heart of prison reform: pathways, partnerships and patient care
Dr Éamonn O’Moore, National Lead for Health & Justice, Public Health England and Director of the UK Collaborating Centre to the WHO Health in Prisons Programme.


Day two 11th November 2016

Workshop Sessions

A1 Integration of social care with prison, healthcare and through the gate
Dave Crawford, Head of Residence and Safety, Joy Dalkin, Head of Offender Management HMP Exeter and Maria Kneller Senior Social Worker Devon County Council

A2 A qualitative study of fatal and non-fatal overdose among opiate users in South Wales
Professor Katy Holloway, Director of the Crime, Justice and Society Research Institute, University of South Wales; Dr Rhian Hills, Senior Policy Manager, Substance Misuse Branch, Welsh Government

Discussion only, paper linked.A3 Royal College of Nursing – ‘Working across health, justice & forensic nursing’: Coming together
Ann Norman, Professional Lead for Nursing in Justice and forensic healthcare and learning disability nursing (UK), Royal College of Nursing.

A4 GP responses to Radicalisation and Violent Extremism: what does the evidence say and what are the research gaps?
Frances Hankins, Research Assistant and Dr Nat Wright, Clinical Research Director, Spectrum Community Health CIC

A6 Patient voice-Shaping Reform
Sophie Strachan and Ian Anderson, Service User Representatives, RCGP SEG

A7 Pain Management Service in a secure environment.
Stacey Waugh and Cora Leigh, Pain Management Nurses, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

B1 Implementing Smoke free across the prison estate and partnership working. Slides unavailable. Please contact Jo Hargreaves at Jo.Hargreaves@noms.gsi.gov.uk

B2 BBV testing across prisons in Wales: uptake, outcomes and lessons learnt
Brian Gudgeon, Prison Community Link Nurse, HMP Cardiff, Dr Stephanie Perrett, BBV Prison Nurse Specialist, Public Health Wales & Delyth Tomkinson, BBV Nurse Specialist, Cardiff & Vale Health Board

B3 Joint working between children mental health & general nursing in-reach services and children’s secure services for welfare and criminal justice provision
Toni Gibson, Team Coordinator & Sandra Martin, Nurse, NTW NHS Trust, Aycliffe Secure Services

B4 TPP
TPP (SystmOne)

B5 European and UK models of integrated care as applied to a secure and detained setting
Dr Linda Harris, Chief Executive and Clinical Director, Spectrum Community Health CIC

B6 Learning from self-inflicted deaths in prison: mental health
Karen Johnson and Susannah Eagle, Assistant Ombudsmen, Prisons and Probation Ombudsman

B7 Oral health the window to the patient’s health and well being
Dr Ruth Gray, Senior Dental Surgeon, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust and Wade Houlden, Chairman, National Association of Prison Dentistry UK (NAPDUK)

B8 Paths to Recovery: RAPt’s experience with a new integrated programme for treatment of substance misuse in prisons
Fran Abbott-Hawkins, Nurse Manager and Dr Michael Wilks, Clinical Director, RAPt

C1 The detainee’s perspective
Dr Naomi Hartree, Clinical Lead, Medical Justice and Joe Waryoba, ex-detainee

C3 Quality Improvement in Prison Mental Health Services: The RCPsych Quality Network
Megan Georgiou, Deputy Programme Manager, (Prison Mental Health) and Dr Steffan Davies, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Royal College of Psychiatrists

C4 TPP
TPP (SystmOne)

C5 Outcomes and lessons learnt from the National evaluation of the Medication to Manage Sexual Arousal (MMSA) programme for individuals in secure settings
Professor Belinda Winder, Head of Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit, Nottingham Trent University and Sarah Skett, Joint Lead Offender Personality Disorder Programme, NHS England

C6 Communities of Practice for End of Life and Palliative Care in Prisons
Helen Parker, Head of Medical Operations, Spectrum Community Health CIC and Gill Scott, Macmillan Prison Project Lead, Palliative and End of Life Care, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

C7 Voice of Release Project Hydebank Wood ‘Creating a culture of change, building hope and changing lives both in and outside the gate’
Lynsey Grierson, Clinical Specialist OT and Leanne Jones, Mental Health Team Lead, South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust, Sheila Smyth, Director, The Right Key Music and members of Voice of Release

C8 NICE in Prison
Dr Marcus Bicknell, GP Lead, Calverton Hill Hospital

 

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