NHS Dietetics Outcomes

Maple House, Birmingham, UK

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The NHS Dietetics Outcomes, organized by the SBK Healthcare will take place on 26th November 2014 at the Maple House Conference Centre in Birmingham, United Kingdom. The conference will cover areas like Understanding the future for dietetic services from a commissioning perspective: NHS priorities and the benefits of dietetic interventions , Identifying what commissioners want, Working with your commissioner and promoting your service: demonstrating that your service is making an impact on the care and treatments of patients/conditions.


09:00 AM - 04:20 PM General Hours

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26 Nov 2014

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Anne Holdoway

Anne Holdoway

Freelance Dietitian at CircleBath Bath, United Kingdom
Marianne Williams, BSc Hons, RD, MSc Allergy

Marianne Williams, BSc Hons, RD, MSc Allergy

NHS and Private Specialist IBS & Allergy Dietitian at Somerset... Taunton, United Kingdom
Dawn Smith

Dawn Smith

Healthcare Professionals Advisor at NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service... London, Canada

Schedule & Agenda

Wed, 26 Nov 09:00 AM - 09:30 AMRegistration and Refreshments
Wed, 26 Nov 09:30 AM - 09:40 AMChair's Opening Remarks:
Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (PEN) Group of the British Dietetic Association
Wed, 26 Nov 09:40 AM - 10:10 AMMaking your Outcomes Accessible and Influential with Commissioners
Determining what matters to busy commissionersu2022 Translating your outcomes into information that matters to commissionersu2022 Understanding effective ways of being influential
Wed, 26 Nov 10:10 AM - 10:40 AMGathering Evidence to Demonstrate the Value of your Service
Justifying the role of the dietitian and why outcomes really matter: understanding your service, service users and providersu2022 What are we trying to achieve and how do we get there?u2022 Choosing your outcomes u2013 practical examplesu2022 Evidence based practice and the use of outcomesu2022 Implementation into practice u2013 documentation, data collation, evaluation, engagement
Wed, 26 Nov 10:40 AM - 11:00 AMNetworking Break
Wed, 26 Nov 11:00 AM - 11:30 AMOptimising Effective Outcomes to Drive Forward your Dietetics Service
Developing practical tools for measuring outcomes: creating an effective frameworku2022 Ensuring you capture outcomes in a practical and reliable way: paper records vs. electronicu2022 How do you capture the complexity of dietetic interventions to ensure that all relevant aspects have been considered?u2022 What part of the outcome relates to the dietitianu2019s role within the MDT team?
Wed, 26 Nov 11:30 AM - 12:00 PMBalancing Quality and Costs: Delivering a High Quality Cost Efficient Service
Outlining the drivers behind establishing a community nutrition support serviceu2022 What measures were taken to ensure the service is both cost efficent but of the highest quality?u2022 Overcoming the challenges of providing a quality service despite lack of staff?
Wed, 26 Nov 12:00 PM - 12:30 PMBest Practice Case Study: Understanding the Value of Managed Clinical Networks
What is the benefit of being part of a managed clinical network and how does it help support best practice?u2022 Understanding the value of working with multi-disciplinary teams as part of a managed clinical networku2022 What support does the managed clinical network offer the dietetics professional in terms of contributing to discussion on service provision, care guidelines, standardising education packages?u2022 How does being part of a managed clinical network aid continuous professional development and reflective practice?
Wed, 26 Nov 12:30 PM - 01:40 PMNetworking Break
Dietetic Service Innovations
Wed, 26 Nov 01:40 PM - 02:10 PMCase Study: Developing a Dietitian Led Service: Dietetic-Led Gastroenterology Clinic
Outlining the dietetic-led gastroenterology clinic set up to help patients with IBS and other dietetic related gastroenterological conditionsu2022 Highlighting the cost savings of the clinic and how it has led to the introduction of an integrated healthcare approach with both secondary and primary care working together to improve patient outcomesu2022 Introducing a new pathway for patients with IBSu2022 Evidencing the outcomes: audit evidenced that over 70% of patients attending the clinic showed improvement
Wed, 26 Nov 02:10 PM - 02:40 PMUsing Obesity Outcomes to Develop an Obesity Pathway: Effective and Efficient Weight Management in Practice
Tailoring the right treatment to the individual: considering the evidence of what works and what doesnu2019tu2022 Measuring the impact: baseline variables, data collection in practice, continued audit and reporting processesu2022 Why obesity should be treated as a chronic disease: working together to identify roles and responsibilities within a managed obesity network approachu2022 Evaluating the impact of incorporating dietetic and CBT strategies as part of a weight management programme in practice
Wed, 26 Nov 02:40 PM - 03:00 PMNetworking Break
Wed, 26 Nov 03:00 PM - 03:30 PMThe Renal Nutrition Group: Developing Renal Dietetic Outcome Models
Developing 3 specific renal dietetic outcome modelsu2022 Identifying goals, outcome measures, barriers and facilitatorsu2022 Producing a tool to measure achievement of intended outcomes
Wed, 26 Nov 03:30 PM - 04:00 PMCase Study: Examining the Dietetic Management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Highlighting the common nutrition issues and day to day challenges facing those with Chronic Fatigue Syndromeu2022 Exploring the evidence for dietetic interventions and the role of the dietitian in supporting suffersu2022 Identifying common myths and practices within the ME international community
Wed, 26 Nov 04:00 PM - 04:20 PMAfternoon Discussion Session
Wed, 26 Nov 04:20 PM - 04:20 PMChair's Closing Remarks and End of Conference

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Bed & Breakfast accommodation
168 USD Tuesday 25th November
168 USD Wednesday 26th November
645 USDNHS Trust or Public Sector for one place 1.00000 GBP = 1.68032 USD
1007 USDCommercial Organisations for two
1149 USDCommercial Organisations one place
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