RCPCH Annual Meeting: 14th May 2019 14:30 – 17:45

The Paediatric Mental Health Association and the Children’s Ethics & Law Special Interests Group have joined together to host a terrific session, with presentations and posters covering ethical and mental health issues from preterm infants to adolescents, and as an unmissable highlight, a review on the latest on Deprivation of Liberty in Childhood by Mr Robert Wheeler, Director of Clinical Law and Paediatric Surgeon in Southampton. Regardless of your specialty, if you want a challenging, reflective, thought provoking session, this is the one to come to!

Programme

CHAIR:    Dr Sheila Peters, Convenor, Paediatric Mental Health Association

1430-1440    Prevalence and patterns of mental health-related paediatric hospital admissions – Miss Rebecca Bates, G240

1440-1450    Parenting Interventions for Improving and Protecting Infant Mental Health: A Systematic Review, TBC G241

1450-1500    A survey exploring attitudes, skills and willingness of paediatric trainees to manage children and young people with acute mental health presentations in secondary care, Dr Eva Wooding, G242 

1500-1510    Using the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust to increase mental health expertise in a GP setting, Dr Talia Banks, G243 

1510-1520    The first year of an integrated Children’s Emergency Psychiatric Service – an impact assessment – Dr David Henderson, G244 

1520-1545    Invited Speaker – Deprivation of liberty in childhood, Mr Robert Wheeler, Director of the Department of Clinical Law and Paediatric Surgeon, University of Southampton

1545-1615     Refreshment break, exhibition and poster viewing

CHAIR:    Dr Joe Brierley

1615-1630     Should we be resuscitating 22 weekers? A Neonatal Network Experience, Dr Shree Rasiah, G245 

1630-1645    Parents’ experience of the decision to withdraw treatment from their critically ill baby, Miss Nicola Smither, G246 

1645-1700    Role of the Deprivation of Liberty process in specialist paediatric neurorehabilitation practice, Dr A Murgan, G247 

1700-1715    The phenomenon of society’s hidden young carers, Miss Naheeda Rahman, G248 

1715-1730    Healthcare crowdfunding in the UK and Australia: benefits and ethical concerns, Dr Sarah Aylett, G249 

1730-1745    Close and future collaboration

Posters

  • Moving On: – From Pond to Sea Provision of transition services for Young People with Neuro-developmental Conditions, Dr Sarubah Patwardhan, G250(P) 
  • Quality Improvement in Training: Establishing a Paediatric-CAMHS Collaborative Learning Programme, Dr Cassie Coleman, G251(P) 
  • Improving our care of paediatric mental health patients”, Dr Ann-Marie Buckley, G252(P) 
  • An Audit of ADHD patients attending a Scottish NHS Community Child Health Clinics, Dr Michael Ogundele, G253(P) 
  • Can eating disorders in children and young people permanently affect growth and pubertal development? Dr Josephine Neale, G254(P) 
  • When can we say enough is enough? Dr D Desai, G255(P) 
  • What are the preferences for receiving additional and carrier status findings in genomics testing amongst families affected by rare conditions? Findings from the rare disease arm of the 100,000 Genomes Project, Ms Maria Kokocinska, G256(P) 
  • The Ethics of Therapy Pets on Paediatric Wards: A Rabbit Case Study, Dr Joseph Machta, G257(P) 
  • Resolution of Family-Physician Disputes In End-of-Life Care Decisions, Miss Stephanie Beresford, G258(P) 

Places available

https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news-events/events/paediatric-mental-health-association-childrens-ethics-law-special-interests

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