Programme.

Programme

Day 1 — Tuesday 17th October

08:45

Registration and Networking

09:20

Chair’s Remarks

  • Janet Taylor, CPHVA Executive Committee Chair
09.30

Welcome from Unite

09:40

Keynote address

  • Jonathan Ashworth MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Health
10.15

The evidence for early intervention

The session will explore investment in early intervention and public health

  • John Carnochan OBE, Former Detective Chief Superintendent, Strathclyde Police and Senior Fellow, WAVE Trust
10.45

Coffee break

11.15

Impact of adverse childhood experiences on health outcomes

  • Professor Mark Bellis, Director of the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University, Director of Policy, Research and International Development for Public Health Wales, Chair of the WHO Centre for Violence Prevention and alcohol lead for the UK Faculty of Public Health
11:50

Transformational plans and public health: Where are we heading?

This session will explore the role of community practitioners and the 0-19 agenda under the latest integration initiatives.

  • Dr Nicola Jay, Member of Paediatricians in Medical Management Committee, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and Consultant Paediatrician, Respiratory and Allergy, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
12:30

Lunch

13:30

Masterclasses

Choose from one of the following topics

ADHD

  • Susan Ozer Consultant Paediatrician/ Clinical Director (Community Paediatrics)/ADHD Lead Clinician, Regional Coordinator-Higher Specialist Training in Community Child Health(East of England)

Self Harm

Education and Research: Evidence based practice

  • Kerry Du Fraisse School Nursing Practice Development Lead, EPUT Essex Partnership University Trust (Bedfordshire School Nursing Service)

Social media: An appropriate digital footprint

Human trafficking

  • Dawn Eccleston Senior Lecturer/Course Lead, University of Central Lancashire

Industrial Session: Working on the Workload

How to manage it as a professional

  • Sarah Carpenter Health of Health, Unite the Union
  • Colenzo Jarrett-Thorpe National Officer - Health, Unite the Union

New guidance on tackling child abuse and neglect

Practitioner wellbeing: Managing stress

  • Claire Chambers Associate Lecturer, The Open University
14:30

Concurrent Sessions: From the 2017 Call for Papers

Choose from one of the following topics

Early Years

Practitioner Education

Leadership

Parental Mental Health and Wellbeing

Public Health Approaches

School Age Health

Vulnerable Groups

15.40

Coffee break

16.05

Transitions in care

  • Hannah Warwick, Principal Officer – Social Care, Council for Disabled Children
16.35

Nick Robin Lecture

17:15

Close of Conference

19:00

Conference Party

For more information on how to book a place on this year's conference party, please visit http://www.cphvaconference.co.uk/party/

Day 2 — Wednesday 18th October

08:30

Morning wellbeing session

08:45

Registration and Networking

09:20

Welcome to Day 2

  • Janet Taylor, CPHVA Executive Committee Chair
09:30

Video welcome

  • Jean White, Chief Nursing Officer for Wales and Nurse Director, NHS Wales
09:40

Debate: Who is supervising supervision?

10:10

Infant mental health

  • Professor Jane Barlow, President of the Association for Infant Mental Health (UK); Professor of Public Health in the Early Years, University of Warwick
10:35

Coffee break

10:40

Making Every Contact Count – from pregnancy to preschool

Conference Room 1 Supported by The Infant and Toddler Forum

  • Judy More, Paediatric Dietitian and Nutritionist, Member Infant & Toddler Forum
11:05

Masterclasses

Choose from one of the following topics

Bereavement in early years

Caseload weighting: what are the options?

  • Mary Rafferty Nurse Consultant: Service Development, PHA
  • Marie Doran Lead Nurse for Health Visiting, Southern Trust
  • Jane O’Kane Representative, All Wales Health Visiting Forum and Professional Head of Health Visiting, NHS Wales

Answering your questions about transgender clients

  • Evan Wilkins Trans Champion for Staff Network, Cardiff University

New guidance on managing eating disorders

  • Mandy Scott Mental Health Nurse and member of the NICE Guideline Development Committee for Eating Disorders

Migrant Health Screening

Industrial Session: Working on the Workload

How to manage it as a professional

  • Sarah Carpenter Health of Health, Unite the Union
  • Colenzo Jarrett-Thorpe National Officer - Health, Unite the Union

Social media: Practical use of technology to engage clients

  • Samantha Foxton Specialist Community Public Health Nurse, Doncaster Children’s Care Group
  • Debora Wagstaff Specialist Community Public Health Nurse, Doncaster Children’s Care Group

End of life care for infants, children and young people

  • Dr David Vickers Chair of the NICE GDG for End of Life Care and Consultant Paediatrician, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
12:05

Concurrent Sessions: From the 2017 Call for Papers

Choose from one of the following topics

Health Promotion

Digital Dangers

Interagency Development

Leadership

Safeguarding

Research

Facilitating Public Health

Empowered Parenting

13:00

Lunch

13:00

CPHVA Education and Development Charitable Trust AGM

Conference Room 1

13:50

Leadership

14:20

Resilience

14:50

Conference Awards

Awards will be presented including from the 2017 poster display and LAR award.

15:00

A Radical Health Visitor: Breaking Through Despite the Odds

15:30

End of conference

*Please note that this is a draft agenda and subject to change