Transitions out of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services CQUIN (community, age-based), introductory session
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017 10:00am – 11:00am
Location: WebEx dial in only
Series: There will be further WebExs to address more detailed questions on the CQUIN, starting in April.
On April 1, the national Transitions out of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services (CYPMHS) CQUIN will come into effect. Details of the indicator and further guidance on the national CQUIN scheme for 2017-19 is on the NHS England website.
In order to ensure system partners are confident in the contents and expected deliverables of the CQUIN, we are holding a series of WebExs to address key questions.
This is the first WebEx, and will offer an introduction to the CQUIN and its key requirements. Open discussion and questions will be encouraged to ensure all those are confident in their understanding of the document in relation to their local areas and services.
It is intended that these WebEx sessions will become an ongoing series starting in April 2017 to discuss key questions associated with the CQUIN.
When it’s time, join the meeting
Meeting number: 954 505 483
Join by phone:
Call-in toll-free number: +44-800-9171950 (United Kingdom)
Attendee access code: 37410377
For further information relating to content please contact:
Polly Ashmore, Project Manager Children and Young People’s Mental Health
Medical Directorate, NHS England
The Asthma Life Improver Score – improving outcomes for families living with asthma
Date: 16 March 2017, 12.00 – 1.00pm
Presented by Georgina Craig, Director of the ELC Programme; this webinar is aimed at clinicians, policy/ decision makers, Commissioners, Service transformation and redesign leads, Primary Care development leads, NHS Primary Care Area Team leads, and clinical leads for Long Term Conditions and children services.
Commissioned by NHS England as part of the pathfinder programme, Georgina will share her findings from a pilot of the application of a novel ‘family centered outcome’ measurement tool called The Asthma Life improver Score. Tested in Newcastle and Gateshead CCG in 2015/16 and co designed with children and parents living with asthma, the insight generated from the tool (both quantitative and qualitative) shines a light on the lives of both children and parents who live with asthma. Highlights include: the gender differences amongst both children and parents; the impact on school life of living with asthma for both children and parents; the impact of a shared care plan across schools and clinicians, and the impact that specialist care has on children’s’ and parents’ lives.
The webinar will also describe the co-design process used to develop the tool, what will be available to local systems and offer insight into how it might be replicated in other areas.
Public Health England and NHS England joint webinar – Learning Disabilities and End of Life Care
Date: 22 March 2017, 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Public Health England and NHS England are hosting a joint webinar on end of life care for people with learning disabilities.
By joining the webinar participants will:
- Find out what it means to have learning disabilities. How does it affect end of life care? What are the key issues in end of life care for people with learning disabilities?
- Hear about the ‘Palliative Care for People with Learning Disabilities Network (PCPLD)’
- Receive feedback from the NHS England learning disability & end of life care recent workshop outcomes
- Learn about the NHS England End of Life Care programme
- Have an opportunity to ask a question to the speakers
- Dr Irene Tuffrey-Wijne, Associate Professor in palliative care and learning disabilities, Kingston University & St George’s, University of London
- Clare Price, Programme Delivery Manager, EoLC, NHS England
- Professor Gyles Glover, Co-Director, Learning Disabilities Observatory Team, PHE
With support from:
- Nicola Bowtell, Analytical Programme Manager, National End of Life Care Intelligence Network, PHE
- Anna Marriott, Project Manager for Improving Health and Lives, National Development Team for Inclusion
- Louise Corson, Programme Lead, EoLC, NHS England
Registration is free for this event. If you have already expressed an interest in attending this webinar, then we will have your details on our system. If you have not registered, please register here. Please ensure you have registered by Tuesday 21 March.
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Transforming Child Health Information: An overview
Date: 30 March 2017, 12:30pm – 13:30pm
Presented by: Jo Gander, CHIS Senior Programme Lead NHS England, Dawn Tracey, CHIS Programme Manager Section 7a NHS England. Chair: Jon Hoeksma, CEO and Editor – Digital Health
This webinar will provide an introduction to the Digital Child Health Programme which will transform the way we manage and inform parents and professionals about the health of children.
For more information and to register see the Digitalhealth website.
NHSE EoL webinar 4: Hospital Quality Improvement Issues
Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 1:00 pm
The webinar will feature information and case studies on topics such as: Finding EoLC patients in hospitals; rapid discharge of EoLC patients from hospital; an overview of the Gold Standard Framework in hospitals and there will be a chance to hear some learning in action examples.
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National Commercial and Procurement Hub
Date: 31 May 11.00am-12.00pm
The commercial and procurement hub hosted by NHS England is able to provide expert advice to CCGs, practices and legally incorporated practice affiliations. It has worked extensively with GP Access fund pilots, achieving significant financial savings and accelerated deployment, and currently provides a service to projects being delivered under the Estates and technology Transformation Fund.
Its remit is to:
- Identify and exploit opportunities for collaborative technology procurement on behalf of general practice. Bring value for money and aid future proof investment.
- Harness the technology capability and capacity of NHS procurement organisations to support CCGs and general practice.
- Offer targeted and practical commercial and procurement support to legally incorporated practice affiliations and GP practices.
- Develop and deliver a programme of proactive supplier engagement activity, and scan the supplier market for new and emerging digital technologies.
- Work with NHS Digital national programmes to represent the procurement needs of general practice transformation projects working with the Hub.
- Provide a single point of contact, and signposting service, for emerging digital suppliers seeking to engage with general practice.
With effect from 1st April 2017 the Hub will also provide a support service to CCGs, practices and legally incorporated practice affiliations procuring online consultation systems.
Contact details for the hub are: firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Readiness – Modelling
Date: 31 May 2017 10.00am – 11.00am
Details to follow.
Patient Online are running a series of webinars to support GP practices to implement and get the most from providing online services to patients. These webinars may also be of interest to organisations providing support to GP practices, such as clinical commissioning groups and commissioning support units. Details and dates of each session can be found within the Patient Online section.