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Overview

This is an exclusive opportunity to enjoy a fully funded fellowship on transitional care with Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

 

Date: 17-19 March 2020

Venue: Sheffield Children's Hospital

Convener: Dr Anne-Marie McMahon

Applications have now closed for this fellowship, please contact the education team if you have any queries. 

If you work with 10-25 year olds in paediatric and adolescent or adult rheumatology services and want to learn more about transitional care, this fellowship is for you.

Sheffield has a multi-disciplinary and multi-professional seamless transition service which is well established. This fellowship programme will be based on daily practice within the hospital and will include attendance at the Rod Amos Rheumatology Education day. The RARE day has been running since 2011 and provides delegates with clinical skills training including patient parent involvement throughout the programme.

At the end of this fellowship you will have increased your knowledge and skills in:

  • Transition tools, pathways, and national guidance

  • Management of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis with the multidisciplinary approach

  • Incorporating HEADS in your daily clinical practice

  • Medicines and management of inflammatory conditions in children and young people from the nursing and psychological perspective.

Programme

Tuesday 17 March

Morning sessions
09:00-13:30

Includes workshops on hypermobility vs EDS and uveitis


Time

Session title

Speakers

09:00-09:20

Arrival, registration and refreshments

 

09:20-09:30

Welcome and introduction

Anne-Marie McMahon and Rachel Tattersall

09:30-10:35

Workshops:

  • Communicating with children and young people (CYP)

  • Paediatric and adolescent gait, arms, legs and spine (pGALS)

  • Musculoskeletal (MSK) examination of CYP

  • Uveitis

  • Multidisciplinary (MDT) working with CYP

  • Hypermobility vs EDS

10:35-11:00

Refreshments

11:00-12:05

Workshop stations continued


12:05-12:30

Thank you to patients

12.30-13:30

Lunch


Afternoon sessions
13:30-16:35

Includes developmentally appropriate care


Time

Session title

Speakers 

13:30-13:55

Everything you need to know about JIA

Peter Bale

13:55-14:20

Developmentally appropriate care: a practical approach

Priya Narula and Lisa Dunkley

14:20-14:40

Transition in uveitis

Daniel Hawley

14:40-15:00

Top tips for implementing transition and young adult care

Natalie Bell and Rachel McQueen

15:00-15:20

Refreshments

 

15:20-15:30

Parent perspective

 

15:30-15:40

Build your transition service: what we've learnt

 

15:40-16:20

Transition and the move to adolescent responsive services

Janet McDonagh and Sameena Khalid

16:20-16:35

Transition Q&A panel: 'Ask the experts'

 

16:35

Close

 

Wednesday 18 March

Morning sessions
09:00-13:00

Includes education session


Time

Session title

Speakers

09:30-10:30

Education session

Rachel Tattersall

10:30-11:30

Developmentally appropriate care MDT meeting


11:30-13:00

Trust transition meeting

13:00-14:00

Lunch

 

Afternoon sessions
14:00-16:45

Includes transition clinics


Time

Session title

Speakers

14:00-16:00

Transition clinics (uveitis or adolescent patients)

16:00-16:45

Post-clinic debrief

16:45

Close

Thurday 10 March

All day
08:30-15:30


Session title

Welcome from the Sheffield team and welcome to the sports and health centre

Observation of two medical clinics (specialist nurse clinic and physio & occupational therapy MDT) and join the pre clinic MDT discussion


Lunch

Informal debrief, Q&A and feedback

 

Programme and speakers are subject to change.