09:00-10:00 Registration and exhibition viewing

Introduction and setting the scene
Shirley Baah Mensah, Operational Lead Children's Integrated Universal Services, North East London NHS Foundation Trust

Better local integration to improve health outcomes
Councillor Lisa Stone, Assistant Mayor, Health and Wellbeing, Salford City Council

Developing innovative nursing roles
Margaret Kitching, Chief Nurse North, NHS England

  Questions and discussion
11:15 Refreshments, exhibition and networking
11:45 A series of 30 minute seminars chosen from submitted abstracts
Seminar 1
Children and Young People’s Health and Wellbeing Programme, including clinical management and support for children, young people and families in Staffordshire
Tilly Flanagan, Strategic Commissioning Lead for Health Improvement, Staffordshire County Council and Natalie Kelly, Public Health Commissioning Lead for Children & Young People, Staffordshire County Council.
Danone Nutricia Seminar 2 (Sponsored)
Importance of Maternal Nutrition
Karen Jewell, Consultant Midwife in Public Health, Cardiff and Vale Health Board
Seminar 3
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
Seminar 4
The experiences of health visitors in implementing a digital child health record, the eRedBook, in the UK: some challenges and lessons learned
Siobhan O'Connor, Lecturer in Nursing Informatics, University of Manchester
Seminar 5
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
Seminar 6
Developing a framework for CPD for caring for older people with complex needs
Professor Pauline Pearson, Professor of Nursing, Northumbria University
13:30 Lunch break and exhibition viewing
Seminar 7
Olive oil, sunflower oil or no oil for baby dry skin or baby massage? New evidence from the OBSeRvE study
Alison Cooke, Midwife/NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, The University of Manchester
Seminar 8
Making records count! Delivering clinical benefits through SNOMED CT
Michael Bond, Clinical Information Architect (and Advanced Nurse Practitioner), Health and Social Care Information Centre
Seminar 9
Making maternal mental health matter
Dr Beckie Lang, Health and Research Manager, Tommy’s the baby charity
Seminar 10
Abortion law and practice in Northern Ireland: impact on the lives of women and the roles of health professionals engaged in community and public health across the UK
Pauline Daniels and Florence Mitchell, Lecturers in School of Nursing and Midwifery in Legal, Ethical and Professional Aspects of Nursing, Queen’s University Belfast
15:45-16.15 Open exhibition, demonstrations and product launches