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CPHVA Annual Conference

 

Going Upstream

 

21-23 rd October 2004

 

NOTE : Due to technical difficulties, some of the presentations may not be available for downloading. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.

 

Thursday 21st October 2004 :

Fringe Meetings - 1 - 2 pm.

Concurrent Session A

Fringe Meetings - 3 - 3.0 pm

Concurrent session B

Fringe Meetings - 6 - -7 pm

 

Friday 22nd October 2004 :

Fringe Meetings (8am – 9am)
Delegate Plenary
Concurrent Session C - 11.30 – 12.30

Fringe Meetings (1pm – 2pm)

Concurrent Session D - 2.30 – 3.30

Fringe Meetings (5.30pm – 6.30pm)

Fringe Meetings (5.30pm – 6.30pm)

 
Saturday 23rd October

 

Thursday, 21st October 2004

9.00 Registration, coffee and exhibition

     

10.35

Chair’s Introduction:
Alison Norman, President, CPHVA

10.40

Going upstream -

Mark Jones, Director, CPHVA
11.10

Ministerial Address

Melanie Johnson MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health

11.35

Public health Powers in an
era of human rights

Robyn Martin, Research Professor of Public Health Law, Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care, University of Hertfordshire
12.00 Public Health into the mainstream Dr Judy Jones, Consultant in Public Health Medicine
12:25

Discussion and questions

12:35 Charitable Trust Award - Lady Limerick Research Bursary
12.45 Lunch, exhibition and poster session

Fringe Meetings - 1 - 2 pm

  Pensions Review Bryan Freake, Amicus Pensions Officer

Achieving excellence in eczema: Primary care and Patient Choice
in emollient use

Gail Sibley, Practice Nurse, & Dr. Tom Poigner, GP, Crookes Healthcare

Book start in the 21st Century

Rosemary Clarke, Head of Bookstart

Concurrent Session A - 2.30 – 3.30

A1

Chair: Carolyn Taylor, CPHVA Chair

 

Children’s National Service Framework - What will it mean for CPHVA members?

Paul Ennals, Chief Executive, National Children’s Bureau

 

Children's Trusts

Andrew Turnbull, London and South East Region Coordiantor, Children's Trust Team, DFES

A2

Chair: Pauline Byers, Professional Officer

 

Panel Discussion:
Education for the third part of the Register

Education for the third part of the Register

Kitty Lamb, Prof Mary Hanratty CBE, Director of Nursing and Midwifery Education, Beeches Management Centre, Vice President, NMC &

Sarah Cowley, Professor of Community Practice Development, King's College London

A3

Chair: Rosemary McQuarrie, Professional Officer

 

Making it Happen Project

Shirley Simpson, Locality Manager, Tim Furness, Director of Planning and Commissioning, Stephanie Jordan, Head of Primary Care, Sheffield West PCT & Paul Harvey, Inner City GP
 

GMS Contracts

Marilyn Eveleigh
A4 Chair: Rupa Suchak, CPHVA Executive
 

A collaborative approach to promote emotional literacy in children, families, schools and communities

Jenny Willsher, & Maggie Titmas, Family Support Health Visitors, Bexhill and Rother PCT
 

Involving young people in sex and relationships education - a sensible approach to growing up for years 5 to 11

Melanie Brock, School Nurse, North Stoke PCT & Sandy Hammonds, Project Manager YO1/ Health Advisor YOT, Staffordshire Moorlands PCT

A5 Chair: Annie Hair, CPHVA Executive
 

One-stop job-related sources
and resources for nursing practice

Lynn Parker, Infection Control Nurse Healthcare A2Z Ltd

 

MUST - Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool

Rhonda Smith, Managing Director, GCI Healthcare Ltd

A6

Chair: Tracey Young, CPHVA Executive

 

Alcohol Concern – working with children affected by parental alcohol misuse

Sue Baker, Project Lead, Alcohol Concern

 

Substance misuse: safeguarding children, supporting families

Bernie Halford, Named Nurse Child Protection, Vale of Aylesbury NHS PCT, Claire Chambers, Principal Lecturer, School of Health and Social Care, Oxford Brookes University

A7

Chair: Kate Boles, CPHVA Executive

 

Community mothers programme

Brenda Molloy, Director, Community Mothers Programme, Eastern Regional Health Authority, Dublin

 

Thurrock Community Mothers: Barriers & opportunities for mainstreaming volunteer to employment pathways

Celia Suppiah, Community Development Specialist Nurse, Thurrock NHS PCT & Ellen Barr, Specialist Nurse (Community Development), Thurrock Community Mothers Programme

A8

Chair: Pat Jackson, Professional Officer

 

Progress on health inequalities

Ray Earwicker, Health Inequalities Unit

 

So this is Edenbridge – Building a healthier community

Angela Painter, Locality Manager & Ailsa Winstanley, Health Visitor, South West Kent PCT

A9 Chair: Lisa Coles, CPHVA Research Advisory Group
 

Universal Parenting Provision: Clear Reasoning For Action

Karen Whittaker, Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire & Christine Bidmead, Training Facilitator, Centre for Parent and Child Support, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust

 

The importance of a family based health needs assessment tool in light of the Laming Report

Sue Fletcher, Health Visitor, Cynthia Conlon & Alwyn Woodcock, Northumberland Care Trust, Hexham

A10

Mandy Amin - CPHVA Executive

 

KHUSH DIL South Asian "Happy Heart" Project

Gill Mathews, Project Coordinator & Rozina Mohammed, Community Health Worker, NHS Lothian - Khush Dil Project, Edinburgh

Coronary Heart Disease and Gypsy /Travellers - An Outreach Service

Janine DeGale, Project Health Worker, Wrexham Local Health Board

3.30 Tea, exhibition and poster session

Fringe Meetings - 3.30pm

 

Public Health Nurses Network

Pat Jackson CPHVA Officer, & Thelma Slackman, Independent Consultant

 

Looked after children – Corporate Parenting, they ARE YOUR responsibility

Members s of ‘Champions’ Executive Committee

 

The Quality Assurance
Partnership Framework for Healthcare Education
in England

Jane Fox, Department of Health

Concurrent Session B- 4.30-5.30 pm

B1

Chair: Anna Daley, Professional Officer

Implementing Hall 4 in Scotland

Dr Zoë Dunhill, Clinical Director - Children’s Services, NHS Lothian, University Hospitals Division, Edinburgh

Implementation of multi-agency Children and Young People's Teams across the City of Manchester - a voyage of discovery

Patricia Devey, Modernisation Manager – Children’s Services, North Manchester PCT, Iain Low - Project Manager, Manchester City Joint Children's Unit & Marion Basu - Central Manchester PCT

B2

Chair: Cheryll Adams, Professional Officer

Perinatal mental health – global perspectives

John Cox, Emiritus Professor, Keele University Medical School

Exploring emotional and social health with mothers - use of the ' How are you Feeling' booklets

Abi Sobowale, Health Visitor/ Team Leader/ Executive Nurse, Sheffield South West PCT

B3

Chair: Angela Reed, CPHVA Executive

 

TALKSHOPS

 
 

Parenting support and community development

Ruth Grant, Health Visitor, Bath & Somerset PCT

 

Exploring family influences on eating behaviour in low-income families

Catherine Mackereth, Development Support Worker, New Deal for Communities

 

Surviving parenting, Webster-Stratton parenting programme

Sure Start Nottingham - Claire Turnbull, Health Coordinator, Sure Start’s St Ann’s Nottingham

 

Audit and Evaluation of
Children’s Primary Care
Behaviour Service

Linda Bennett, Specialist Health Visitor, Poole PCT

 

Parents Support Group
specifically for parents
struggling with teenagers

Amanda King, Health Visitor, Trafford Youth Offending Team

 

Staveley Women's Activity Group

Sandra Casey and Imelda Cole - Staveley Health Visitors

B4

Chair: Joyce Horan, CPHVA Executive

 

Agenda For Change – the way forward

Barrie Brown, Amicus

B5

Chair: Pauline Byers, Professional Officer

 

NHS University first point of contact training programme [Presentation not received]

Clare Allen, Subject Head and Angela Turner, Interim Subject Lead, NHS University

 

The role of the first contact practitioner

Rosemary McQuarrie, CPHVA

B6

Chair: Carolyn Taylor, CPHVA Chair

 

Evaluation of the Family Health Nurse Project

Colin MacDuff, Research Fellow in Nursing & Dr Bernice JM West, Director, Centre for Nurse Practice Research and Development, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

 

Being a nurse consultant in primary care and public health

Vari Drennan, Senior Lecturer in Primary Care Nursing & Claire Goodman, Director, Primary Care Nursing Research Unit. UCL & Kings College

B7

Chair: Grace Christie, CPHVA Executive

 

The Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme: A tool to monitor and measure the impact
of school nurses working
differently

Chris Johnson, Wyre PCT, The Lancashire Education and Health Partnership & Louisa Balderson, Health Development Coordinator for Schools, Children and Young People, Fylde PCT

 

School Nurses and the Youth Inclusion Support Panel

Anne Howers, Specialist Nurse Manager Child and Family Services, Sutton and Merton NHS PCT

B8

Chair: Obi Amadi, Professional Officer
 

Supporting tier two workers to contribute fully to the public health agenda

Hilary Mosley, Public Health Nurse, Barnsley PCT

 

Specialist community public health nursing: Improving standards in public health practice

Maureen Williams, Independent Health Visitor

B9

Chair: Angela Roberts, CPHVA Executive

 

Health of Gypsy Travellers in England

Patrice Van Cleemput, Primary Care Research FellowGypsy Traveller health project , ScHARR, University of Sheffield & Richard O’Neill, Director, O’Neill Consultancy

 

Using visual image as a research tool in an ethnic minority population in Sure Start

Anna Houston, Research, Equality and Development Officer, & Bibi Gurib, Project Worker, Sure Start Marks Gate

B10

Chair: Mandy Amin CPHVA Executive

 

Promoting the health of the older care home population:
practitioner and user
views on the public health
priorities for health and social care [Presentation not received]

Catherine Evans, Research Fellow, Primary Care Nursing Research Unit, King's College London

 

Mary Seacole Award winner: How can community practitioners support black and minority
ethnic patients?

Sharon Simpson Prentis Health Development Fellow & Sheila Hirachand Research Assistant, School of Healthcare Studies, University of Leeds

5.30

Exhibitors wine reception - Sponsored by McMillan Scott

Fringe Meetings - 6.00pm – 7.00pm

 

PND Network Meeting

Cheryll Adams, Professional Officer & Network Co-ordinator

 

Race Equality

Obi Amadi, Professional Officer, CPHVA

 

Nurse Prescribing: Developing Treatment Options, D

Pak Kanabar, Consultant Paediatrician, Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital Trust, Guy's Hospital, London, and Vicky Chadwick, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Nursing, University of Central Lancashire

 

'The Social Baby – promoting parent-baby communication as a way of protecting babies' SPEAKERS TBC

NSPCC - Speakers to be announced

FRIDAY 2nd OCTOBER

Fringe Meetings - 8am – 9am

Public Health nursing for school age children & young people

Kate Billingham, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health and Kate Morgan, Clinical Lead for School Nursing at Lambeth PCT.

Slaying the multiple vaccines monster: Coping with parental anxiety and meningitis vaccines update

Linda Glennie, Head of Research and Medical Information, Meningitis Research Foundation & Linda Diggle, Principle Research Nurse/Manager, Oxford Vaccine Group.

Registration, coffee & exhibition

Delegate Plenary

9.15

Chair’s introduction

Alison Norman

9.20

The future of public health nursing across the UK - Presentations and Panel discussion with Chief Nursing Officers from Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Paul Martin, Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland, Scottish Executive, Sarah Mullaly, CNO, England, Rosemary Kennedy, CNO Wales, Dr Carolyn Mason, Nurisng Officer, DHSSPS, Northern Ireland

9.15

Nursery Nurses - Inaugural Meeting

 

Welcome and Introduction

Jenny Bremner or Peter Storey, Regional Officer Amicus

9.20

The Voluntary Code of Conduct

Thelma Sackman, Consultant

9.45

Regulation and Recognition –
next steps for Community
Nursery Nurses

Karen Hutchinson Reay & Colin Adkins, Regional Officers, Amicus

10.15

Panel Discussion

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10.35

Closing remarks

Mark Jones, Director, CPHVA

10.45

Coffee, exhibition and poster session

Concurrent Session C - 11.30 – 12.30

C1

Chair: Maria Skudlarz, CPHVA Executive

 

Public health and an ageing population

Ian Philp, National Clinical Director for Older People's Services
 

Swimming Against the 'Age' Tide

Frankie Dearling, Health Visitor, Old People, Brighton

C2

Chair: Obi Amadi Professional Officerxxxxxxx

 

Every Child Matters

Kate Billingham, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health
 

Working together for child protection

Chris Cloke, Head of Child Protection Awareness, NSPCC

C3

Chair: Gail Cartmail, AMICUS National Secretary for Health 

 

Bullying and Harassment moving the agenda forward

Karen Hutchinson Reay, Regional Officer, Amicus & Janet Downie, Health Visitor/ Agenda for Change Facilitator, Ryhope Hospital

 

Mainstreaming equality in primary care

Asha Day, Associate Director, NIMHE East Midlands and Mandakini Amin, Health Visitor, Hinckley and Bosworth PCT

C4

Chair: Cheryll Adams, CPHVA Professional Officer

 

Getting evidence into practice – the practice development collaborating centre

Helen Spibey, Mother and Infant Research Unit, University of Leeds
 

Introduction to the work of the National Collaborating Centre for Primary Care

Nancy Turnbull, Chief Executive, National Collaborating Centre for Primary Care

C5

Chair: Lorna Farr, CPHVA Executive xxxx

 

Sure Start now and integration
with mainstream services

Naomi Eisenstadt, Head, Sure Start Unit
 

Sure Start for all - Alleviating the need for mainstreaming

Mandy Lowery & Diane Watson, Health Visitor, Sure Start Hetton and Houghton

C6

Chair: Rupa Suchak, CPHVA Executive 

 

A Team Approach To Public Health Practice Within A Main Stream Service In An Area Of Deprivation

Tracey Baldock-Apps, Health Visitor, Hastings and St Leonards PCT & Jackie Harris, Health Visitor, St. Leonards-on-Sea

 

The Health Specialist – collaborative working to achieve good outcomes for children

Debbie Barnes, Health Specialist, Hastings and St Leonards PCT

 

Listening to the community - a tailored approach to supporting families and enhancing relationships

Ann Singer, Hastings and St Leonards PCT

C7

Chair: Mary Poole, CPHVA Executive

 

Priorities for health and well being in custody

Kate Beswick, Healthcare Manager, East Oxfordshire PCT and HMYOI Huntercombe

 

Offender's' healthy living centre project

Coral Sirdifield, Senior Administrator and Data Analyst, Wendy Burton, Public Health Practitioner, Julia Woodthorpe, Public Health Nurse Practitioner, National Probation Service, Lincoln

C8

Chair: Tracey Young, CPHVA Executive

 

TOPSE: Pilot Study To Develop A Tool To Measure Parenting Self-Efficacy As An Aid To Evaluating Parenting Programmes

Sally Kendall, Professor of Nursing, Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care, University of Hertfordshire & Pat Lloyd, Health Visitor, Watford and Three Rivers PCT

 

Taking the next Step: Widening access to parenting skills training across the North West

Nina Taylor, Regional Parenting Education Development Officer, Stockport PCT& Catherine Mee, Parenting Facilitator, Tameside & Glossop PCT

C9

Chair: Angela Roberts, CPHVA Executive

 

Promoting Child Mental Health Through an Inclusive Peer Massage Programme in a
Primary School

Carol Trower, Health Lead – Sure Start Programme, Sutton and Merton PCT

 

Helping prevent teenage
pregnancy
in young people
looked after by the local
authority

Nikki Shepherd, Specialist Nurse for Looked After Children & Siobhan McFeely, Clinical Governance and Audit Manager, North Sheffield PCT

C10

Preventing shaken baby syndrome: Rhetoric or reality?

Lisa Coles, Research Fellow, Department of Child Health, Cardiff University, Wales College of Medicine

 

Changing Lives, Changing Health Visiting

Anne Doveston, Clinical Lead, Eastern Birmingham PCT, Sue Austin, Health Visitor & Sonia Murphy, Nursery Nurse, Stechford Eastern Birmingham PCT

12.30

Lunch, exhibition and poster session

Fringe Meetings - 1pm – 2pm

  Recruitment & retention
issues for district nurses and
practice nurses in the CPHVA
Rosemary McQuarrie, Professional Officer, CPHVA
 

CPHVA Country Meetings

Scotland, Cymru/Wales,Northern Ireland

 

Healthy Start-Improving nutrition during early year

Maternity Alliance, Liz Kendall

Concurrent Session D - 2.30 – 3.30

D1

Chair: Catherine Lowenhoff
 

Taking Responsibility for Identifying Young Children’s Communication Difficulties

Pauline Pearson, Senior Lecturer in Primary Care Nursing & Elaine Hall, Research Associate, University of Newcastle

 

Using theory to implement the recommendations of Hall 4

Rhona Hogg, Community Nursing Research Facilitator, NHS Lothian / University of Edinburgh

D2

Chair: Pat Jackson, Professional Officer

 

The public health specialist

Jean Bradlow, Director of Public Health, Harrow PCT and Harrow Borough Council

 

The UK Voluntary Register for Public Health Specialists

Pat Christmas, International Public Health Consultant & Jan McCall, Public Health Development Manager,  Public Health Resource Unit

D3

Chair: Kate Boles, CPHVA Executive

 

Skill mix with Nursery nurses and health visitors

Linda Dell-Avvocato, Croydon PCT

 

ESF Project on working in Childcare

Marilyn Carroll, Research Associate & Mark Smith, Lecturer, University of Manchester

D4

Chair: Grace Christie, CPHVA Executive

 

Tackling obesity in young people

Mike Kelly, Director of Evidence and Guidance, Health Development Agency

 

Working with evidence. Developing an evidence into practice programme with Practitioners in the West Midlands

Julia Neall, Practice Development Officer, Health Development Agency, Shrewsbury

D5

Chair: Lorna Farr, CPHVA Executive

Knowledge is the enemy of disease: Information for community nursing

Muir Gray, Director, Institute of Health Sciences

Children and Families First - Effective Information Systems

Denise Campbell, Programme Manager, Sure Start Huddersfield & Fiona Green

D6

Chair: Anne Owen, Professional Officer

 

District nursing caseload dependency

Thelma Sackman, Consultant

 

Identifying Workload and Performance Indicators through Caseload Analysis

Kay Kane, Nurse Manager for District Nursing, Holywood Arches Health Centre

D7

Domestic Violence : Developing a multi-agency approach

Julia Bray, Health Visitor/Community Practice Lecturer, Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead PCT & Debbie Daly, Health Visitor / Named Nurse Child Protection, Bracknell Forest PCT

 

Group treatment for children who witness domestic violence

Linda Finn, Stronger Families Project Coordinator, Sutton & Merton PCT

D8

Chair: Angela Reed, CPHVA Executive

Unity One-Stop Shop

Jane Taylor & Rosemary Young, Health Visitors, Milton Keynes PCT

In Touch Community Engagement Programme

Fiona Trotter & Sue Rawling, Health Visitors, Huddersfield Central PCT

D9

Chair: Louise Condon

 

Talking to mothers about their relationship difficulties - a step too far

Roslyn Corney, Deputy Director & Clare Negreira, Training and Resources Coordinator, One Plus One

 

Alongsideness in family-centred public health: how can I improve my practice in collaborative enquiry with you

Robyn Pound, Health Visitor, Grosvenor Surgery, Bath and North East Somerset PCT

D10

Chair: Rosemary McQuarrie, Professional Officer

 

Practice Nurse training programme

Wendy Lee - Primary Care Specialist, Buckingham Country Training and Development

 

Smoking cessation in real practices

Marilyn Liu, Specialist Nurse Practitioner & Sandra Sheppard, Practice Nurse, South Stoke PCT

3.30 Tea, exhibition and poster sessions

Chair:

4.30

The Public Health Review

Derek Wanless, Author 2002 Health Trends Review, and Commissioner, Statistics Commission

5.05

LAR Awards presentations

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Caroline Puckett Award

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Fringe Meetings - 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Liberating Health Information,

Anna Daley, (Cheryll Adams)

Academic Researchers Fringe Meeting: Dr Pauline Pearson, University of Newcastle, Margueritte Wood, National Co-ordinating centre for research capacity development, DOH, Dr Jo Cooke, Trent Focus, & Professor Woody Caan, Professor of Public Health, APU

Emergency Preparedness:- What you need to know

Janet Howard, Health Protection Nurse, Health Protection Agency

8.30

Party - Majestic Hotel, - Masqurade/Mardi gras/Carnival theme

Saturday 23rd October

9.00

Registration coffee and Exhibition

  Chair:Alison Norman, President CPHVA

9:45

Nick Robin Memorial Lecture - Migrant communities in the UK -HIV and social and economic rights

Eileen O’Keefe, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy & Health Policy, London Metropolitan University

10:15

Public Health Nursing – An international perspective

Professor Jean Orr CBE, Head of School of Nursing & Midwifery, Queens University, Belfast

10.40

CPHVA Charitable Trust McQueen Awards

10.50

Coffee and final exhibition session

11.20

Managing people upstream

Marie Mosley, Facilitator and Business Psychologist

11.50

The real and potential impact of the media on public health issues

Niall Dickson, King’s Fund

12.20

Closing remarks and vote of thanks

Alison Norman, President, CPHVA and Carolyn Taylor, Chair CPHVA

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