Maternity Midwifery and Baby London 2015 #maternity2015
06 Jul 2015
A professional development forum for midwives and student midwives wishing to update their skills and knowledge around key topics including antenatal and postnatal care, labour and care of the newborn.
 
This forum hears from leading midwifery experts, including Stephanie Michaelides, Programme Leader Advanced Diploma in Neonatal Care, School of Health and Education, Middlesex University.
 
Please note that podcast content from the Community Nursing Family Health event follows on after the Maternity Midwifery and Baby content i.e. it appears at the bottom of the page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Programme
09:30
Sue Macdonald, Midwifery Consultant
Chair’s welcome

09:40
Stephanie Michaelides, Senior Lecturer , Middlesex University
Newborn care: listening to the newborn

10:05
Dr Bernie Divall, Research Fellow, University of Nottingham
Research cameo: the end of one journey, beginning of the next

10:30
Dianne Garland, Midwifery Consultant
Thinking about labour through the glasses of normality

10:55
Questions and discussion
12:00
THIS ITEM IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE Seminar 1
Early life nutrition
 - The importance of nutrition: before, during and after pregnancy
Dr Cora Doherty, Consultant Paediatrician, University Hospital of Wales and author of ‘You are what your mother ate’;

Driving compliance in pregnancy

Charlotte Hemmings, Senior Medical Affairs Manager, Danone Nutricia.

12:00
Seminar 2
The Facebook page “Normal Birth for Lone Nuts”
Natalie Corden and Rachel Checkland, Facebook page founders

12:30
Seminar 3
Great expectations
Leeshia Walton, Specialist Health Improvement Practitioner (Antenatal & Postnatal) & Great Expectations Project Manager, Jan Potter, Health Improvement  Manager, Plymouth Community Healthcare, Livewell Team.

12:30
Seminar 4
Midwifery societies: empowering student midwives to improve maternity outcomes
Kate Mortimer and Gemma Sykes, Student Midwives, University of Bradford

14:00
Seminar 5
Enhancing normality for women in the labour ward  setting
Fiona Laird

14:00
Seminar 6
All Wales Student Midwives Conference
Maryanne Bray (student) Secretary of Cardiff Midwifery Society Workplace: Cardiff University

14:30
Seminar 7
Delivering clinical benefits through SNOMED CT®
Michael Bond, Clinical Information Architect (and Advanced Nurse Practitioner), Health and Social Care Information Centre

14:30
Seminar 8
Student midwives’ experiences and confidence surrounding postnatal assessment: what’s happening and how can it be improved? – A case study research project
Dr Val Larkin and Gill Smith, Senior Lecturers, Northumbria University

15:00
Seminar 9
REACH - Association for Children with Upper Limb Deficiency;
Frank Letch, REACH Ambassador

15:00
Seminar 10
Healthier midwives for healthier families: designing a solution to support midwives through psychologically traumatic professional events
Sally Pezaro, PhD Researcher, Coventry University

16:00
Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, Head of Maternity, NHS England Nursing Directorate
Stretching midwifery horizons

16:20
Sue Macdonald, Midwifery Consultant
Closing remarks

16:30
Community nursing and family health - Introduction and setting the scene
Shirley Baah Mensah, Operational Lead Children's Integrated Universal Services, North East London NHS Foundation Trust

16:31
Community nursing and family health - Better local integration: developing a new provider service model
Anita Farrant, Head of Service for Early Help, Suffolk County Council

16:32
Community nursing and family health - Innovative nursing roles: developing a community nursing centre for ambulatory patients
Maggie Gordon, Health and Social Care Community Services Manager, Exeter
Helen Southard, Nurse Team Manager, Northern Devon Healthcare Trust

16:33
Community nursing and family health - Questions and discussion
16:34
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 1: Community Patient Administration System (ComPAS)
James Fellows, Clinical Systems Lead and Sharon Dunn, Northern Devon Healthcare Trust

16:35
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 2: Delivering clinical benefits through SNOMED CT
Michael Bond, Clinical Information Architect (and Advanced Nurse Practitioner), Health and Social Care Information Centre

16:36
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 3: Developing a community nursing centre for ambulatory patients – a case study
Karen Highmore, Specialist Community Nurse and Louise Clayton, Community Staff Nurse, North Devon Healthcare Trust

16:37
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 4: Clinicinbox on the move! Taking sexual health services to where young people are
Viv Crouch MBE, Sexual Health Lead for the School Nurse Team, Sirona Care and Health

16:38
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 5: NHS/local authority integration of CAMHS: a unique opportunity to establish an effective early stage CAMHS pathway
Richard Shircore, Independent Adviser in Public and Community Health, The Shircore Consultancy

16:39
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 6: Developing a care homes team
Tracey Morrish, Northern Urgent Care Nursing Team Manager & Care Homes Team Lead, Northern Devon Healthcare Trust and Bridget Tait, Northern Devon Care Homes Team Nurse Educator, Bideford Hospital

16:40
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 7: The patient held record: your health in your hands – the digital pen project
Christine Chlad, eHealth Project Manager and Graeme Macpherson, Community Nurse, NHS Western Isles

16:41
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 8: The development of a practice nurse led complex wound clinic
Trudie Young, Director of Education and Training , Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, Pontyclun, Wales

16:42
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 9: DNA cascade screening for familial hypercholesterolaemia: integrating services into primary care
Jane Breen, Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist and Lorraine Priestley Barnham, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Familial Hypercholesterolaemia and Cascade Screening, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust

16:43
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 10: Engaging the full practice team in quality improvements
Sheinaz Stansfield, Practice Manager, Newcastle Gateshead CCG Alliance Board Member, Oxford

16:44
Community nursing and family health - Workshop 11: Improving early health intervention to support residential homes
Deborah Cheadle, District Nursing Sister, Colwyn Bay Hospital and Gillian Jones, Practice Development Nurse, Conwy, North Wales

17:00
INTERVIEW: Andrew Hewett,
Marketing Manager, Health and Education, Middlesex University

17:00
INTERVIEW: Giovanna Forte
Founding Director, Forte Medical Ltd

17:00
INTERVIEW: Stephanie Michaelides
Senior Lecturer, Middlesex University

17:00
INTERVIEW: Cherstyn Hurley,
Publishing Manager, Public Health England

17:00
INTERVIEW: Carl Evans,
Business Manager, Thornbury Nursing

17:00
INTERVIEW: Chantelle Newman
Director, Code Blue Midwives