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6th Health & Justice Summit: Safety through Continuity

9:00am - 4:00pm
January 31-1, 2019
Hilton, Liverpool, 3 Thomas Steers Way,
Liverpool, L1 8LW United Kingdom
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A 2 day summit jointly organised by the RCGP Secure Environments Group, Broadmoor, Ashworth and Rampton high secure hospitals, Spectrum, Care UK, NHS England, Martindale Pharma, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, HMP Berwyn, West London Mental Health Trust, Mersey Care NHS Trust

Following on from our successful event in Glasgow in 2017, we are now focusing on ‘Continuity of Care – safety through continuity’ as this years theme. We recognise the need to embolden the links between primary and secondary care for people resident in secure settings and are looking to showcase examples of good practice  on how we can improve on care transition to the community.

The first day will broadly address physical health in secure mental health environments, and the second day will address the health needs of people in other secure environments such as prisons, immigration removal centres and YOIs.

Speakers

Richard Keers

Clinical Lecturer in Pharmacy

The University of Manchester

Dr Bernadette Hard

GP Specialist, Addictions

Kaleidoscope Drug Project

Sponsors

The Agenda

8:30

Registration, Networking and Breakfast

9:35

Chair – Chris Packham

9:40

Prof Appleby, Managing Self-harm, Rosie study  – Bonnie Sibald

10:00

Dr Alan Cohen:

Equally Well, the Mental Health Intelligence Network: Analysis of national QOF data comparing prevalence of people with SMI in ten long term conditions.

“The physical health of those with a severe mental illness is held up as one of the last significant health inequalities.  This presentation will explore some of the data that underpins that inequality, and describe how it can be used to enhance services, through the development of national learning network – Equally Well.”

10:25

The Leder study – University of Bristol: Safe care for learning disabled patients

10:45

Kate Morrisey – Safe and effective transfer from prison to secure: how are we improving?

11:05

Panel Discussion

11:30

Refreshments, posters, exhibition and networking

12:00

Stream A

Workshop 1:

 

Workshop 2:

Specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services for High Risk Young People with Complex Needs (Community Forensic CAMHS)

Workshop 3:

Nursing quality

Workshop 4:

A user-friendly and personalised continuing care approach for older people on release from prison

Workshop 5:

Matt Langley and Marcus Bicknell:

Safely addressing MHRA, Valproate Prescirbing

1:00

Lunch, posters, exhibition and networking

2:00

Chair – Chris Packham

2:05

CEO Ashworth – High secure patients: keeping safe

2:30

Stream B

Workshop 1:

Tom Hewson

Forensic psychiatry and physcial health – Perspectives from Australia

Workshop 2:

Male sexuality in secure healthcare

Workshop 3:

Workforce planning, skill mix and redesign, recruitment and retention… needs some thought – perhaps working with Adrian – perhaps drawing on L and D work.. Dr Harris is happy to lead on all or some of the above Or Dr Harris could advise on who else can lead / input

Workshop 4:

Involving Patient and Carers in Quality Improvement

Quality Improvement in Forensic Services

The presentation will focus on the work of the Quality Network for Forensic Mental Health Services, the benefits of peer reviews, and how the Network and services engage patients and carers in the quality improvement process, including examples of good practice.

Workshop 5:

Ruth Bastable and Sarah Ramb:

Dependence Forming Medications

3:30

Refreshments

4:00

Stream C

Workshop 1:

Dr Simon Modi:

Cardiac Health

Workshop 2:

Optimising the team to deliver outcomes and meet targets 

Workshop 3:

The Impact of Immigration Detention on Health:

Lessons learned from independent medical assessments for immigration detainees

The transition into immigration detention from the community is often abrupt- where are the key points of breakdown in continuity of care?

How can we effectively identify vulnerable adults and victims of torture, and what should we know about the impact of detention on health?

Workshop 4:

Safer Prescribing In Prison – key recommendations from the 2nd edition

Workshop 5:

ALS course for prisons that is being developed in Bristol by Catherine Glover

5:00

Close of Day

6:30

Conference drinks and award presentation

7:30

Conference dinner, St Georges Hall

8:30

Registration, refreshments, posters, exhibition and networking

9:05

Welcome and Introduction: Chair

9:10

Dave King/Mike Wheatley:

Drug Recovery Prison

9:35

Dr Bernadette Hard

GP Specialist, Addictions

Kaleidoscope Drug Project

‘Time to stop throwing the baby out with the bathwater’

The impact of introducing Espranor into a community OST service for offenders.

 

 

9:55

Marcus Bicknell:

Findings and proposals from the Death in Custody Group

10:20

Nikki Marfleet:

Team dynamics/ healthy prison culture/staff retention or team interface?

10:45

Panel Discussion

10:55

Refreshments, posters, exhibition and networking

11:20

Stream A

Workshop 1:

Prison Emergency Treatment

Workshop 2:

HMP Cardiff: IGRA Pilot

Workshop 3:

Medco:

Quality and Outcome Framework in prisons: Opportunity or Threat?

Drawing on years of commissioning and providing the Quality and Outcome Framework (QoF) within prisons, our presentation will:

Identify challenges associated with delivering QoF in prisons

  1. Improving outcomes in chronic disease management
  2. Suggest practical ways in which QoF can be delivered including leadership, engagement, audit and training.

Workshop 4:

Epidemiology of  CVD risk and anxiety and depression markers in 7 east midlands male only prisons

Workshop 5:

Paramedics in prisons

12:05

Stream B

Workshop 1:

Public Health Wales: Infectious Disease presentation

Workshop 2:

“Behind the Wall” trying to integrate community healthcare with the prison

Workshop 3:

Transgender prisoner and their journey through transition and through the prison estate

Workshop 4:

Makers of the documentary on channel 4 “Prison”

Workshop 5:

Dr Jack Leach:

Alcohol

12:50

Lunch, posters, exhibition and networking

1:45

Welcome and Introduction: Chair

1:50

Dr Ruth Armstrong from the institute of Criminology at Cambridge University: Reintegration into the community

2:15

Hep C Elimination

2:40

Stream C

Workshop 1:

Maria O’Neil:

Palliative care in the prison setting

Workshop 2:

Jonathan Bashford:

Healthcare for Transgender offenders and/or Gypsy, Romany and Traveller offenders

Workshop 3:

Bethan Leach:

Healthy Inside – Tackling Prison Malnutrition

Workshop 4:

Richard Keers:

‘Improving medication safety in prisons – what is the Patient Safety Research Unit doing about this and what can I do where I work?’

Medication safety in prisons

Medication safety challenges in prisons are poorly understood, which could stifle the development and impact of improvement efforts on the ground. This workshop aims to report on the exciting projects being undertaken by the Patient Safety Research Unit to address this need and how you might get involved, and to equip you with the knowledge, motivation and fresh ideas needed to go back to your place of work and make a difference!

Health in secure environments; prisons, immigration removal centres and YOIs

Workshop 5:

Deborah Murphy:

“On the out” – Reaching out in the absence of outreach services

3:20

Stream D

Workshop 1:

Caroline Watson:

Multi-disciplinary Pain clinic experience

Workshop 2:

Dave King/Mike Wheatley: f

From theory to practice:

Workshop on Drug Recovery Prison

Workshop 3:

Dr Gareth Ruse:

Improved access to primary GP and secondary care-

Workshop 4:

Denise Farmer: Continuity of medicines on admission and release: What makes this safer?

Workshop 5:

Anna Taylor:

HMP Birmingham IDTS  Naloxone on release and Espranor to maximise recovery potential.

4:00

Marcus Bicknell: Safer Prescribing in Prison – Key recommendations from the 2nd edition

4:25

Prize draw hamper

Refreshments

4:40

Close of Day

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Details

Start:
31st January 2019 @ 9:00 am
End:
1st February 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Cost:
£25.99 – £152.99

Venue

Hilton, Liverpool
3 Thomas Steers Way,
Liverpool, L1 8LW United Kingdom

Daniel Snape

Director

daniel.snape@convenzis.co.uk

0161 820 0631

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