Annual Review 2020/21
This year the STPN Annual Review will take a slightly different format. As we cannot meet up in person, we will run a series of events online over the course of April and May. Each session will cover a different topic and most will include an update on our work, case presentations and discussion and education. Confirmed dates, times and topics are:
Join this session for a review of the last year and a look ahead to 2021/22, as well as outlining the sessions to follow during the Annual Review.
The Gastroenterology Working Group was formed in early 2021 when Mohamed Mutalib (Evelina Children’s Hospital) and Sarmad Kalamchi (Lewisham Hospital) joined the STPN as the Clinical Leads. Join this session to hear about the planned work programme and teaching on common Gastroenterology conditions
Psychologist-led session on positive mind-sets and moving on from difficult times, followed by STPN “Paying it Forwards” as we celebrate some of the best initiatives you have submitted to us. For more details on how you can do this contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Covid recovery of elective surgery, emergency inter-hospital transfers and GIRFT: recommendations for STPN.
Introducing our newly formed ENT and Orthopaedics Networks, their work programmes and key topics for you to know about.
Join this session to hear about the implementation of the STOPP Tool and STRS’ year in review.
This session looks at the challenges faced by Paediatric and Neonatal teams whilst managing patients with difficult airways. It will include a case presentation, an update on the work done so far by the Emergency Airways Working Group and an educational session.
Neurosurgery transfer questionnaire findings, case presentations and discussion, DGH management of time critical neurosurgery teaching.
From 13:00: What does effective initiation of a child to LTV look like and how can the LTV Ethical Framework be applied to support this?
From 14:00: Level of competency and confidence for carers, nurses and physiotherapy: setting the bar across the STPN.
Sharing documentation and initiatives to improve transition from hospital to the community, and appropriate and safe escalation from the community to hospital.