Tutorial: Joint Paediatric and Public Health Tutorial

Category: Regional Public Health Events - Other

Date: June 16th 2015 9:30am until 4:00pm

Location: Room G18, University of Exeter Medical School, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, EXETER EX1 2LU

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This tutorial is open to Public Health and Paediatric Specialty Registrars in the South West only.


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Joint Paediatric and Public Health Tutorial

Child Public Health Learning Day

Location: Room G18, University of Exeter Medical School, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, EXETER EX1 2LU

Tutorial organiser’s mobile number for any issues on the day: Sarah Ogilvie (07787 546 250)

 

09:15 - 09:45                       Tea & coffee on arrival

 

09:45 - 10:00                       Welcome and overview of the day                                                                                  

Sarah Ogilvie, Specialty Registrar in Public Health

Jaya Parasuraman, Paediatric Registrar  

 

10:00 - 11:00                       Session 1 – Policy update and new commissioning arrangements

Brian O'Neill, Consultant in Public Health (Children), Education, Health and Social Care, Cornwall Council

Rachel Wigglesworth, Acting Consultant in Public Health, PHE Centre SW

 

11:00 - 11:15                       Tea and coffee break

 

11:15 - 12:15                       Session 2 – Using data tools and other intelligence to further understand the wider determinants of child health

                                                Nicola Bowtell, Principal Knowledge Transfer Facilitator, Public Health England Knowledge and Intelligence Team (South West)

Sarah Ogilvie, Specialty Registrar in Public Health

 

12:15 - 12:45                       Session 3 – Listen To Your Gut: a social media campaign to promote self-care and reduce demand for antibiotics

Ruth Dale, Public Health Programme Manager Social Marketing, Devon County Council 

12:45 - 13:30                       LUNCH and networking (lunch is provided)

13:30 - 15:00                       Session 4 – The health and wellbeing of our children and young people (inc. short coffee break)

                                                Alison Bell, Consultant in Public Health, Somerset Council

 

15:00 - 15:15                       Session 5 – Registrar presentation: Why do parents use the ED for minor illness and injury?

                                                Sarah Ogilvie, Specialty Registrar in Public Health              

                                               

15:15 - 15:45                       Session 6 – Registrar presentation: My reflections on the interface between Paediatrics and Public Health

                                                Dr Darshana Bhattacharjee, ST7 Paediatrics

 

15:45 - 16:00                       Session 7 – Summary of the day and discussion of opportunities for greater joint working

                                                                                                                                                                             

16:00                                     CLOSE

 

 

Trains (it takes a 5-10 minute taxi ride to get from St Lukes to the station):

  • 16:20 train to Plymouth and Truro
  • 16:24 train to Bristol Parkway and Chippenham

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

The learning day is likely to contribute towards the following Public Health Learning Outcomes:

 

  • EMS 13 - Keep knowledge and skills up to date, including regular audit, appraisal and reflective learning (main learning outcome)
  • 1.1 - Show awareness of available data to describe the health status and determinants of a local population and compare with other populations using appropriate statistical and standardisation techniques and identify localities or groups with poor health
  • 3.1 - Display awareness of current national public health policies
  • 3.2 – Recognise the need for policy work to address problems
  • 5.3 - Debate the strengths and weaknesses of a variety of health improvement interventions directed at large populations including social marketing
  • 8.1 - Formulate and articulate problems so they can be addressed by using public health intelligence

 

The learning day is likely to contribute towards the following Paediatric Learning Outcomes:

 

Level 2 (ST4-5)

A commitment to health promotion activities for children and their families

  • understand the key determinants of child health and well being
  • know about available outcome measures which are used to monitor the health of a child population and how they might be used to guide and monitor service delivery
  • understand the indices of social deprivation
  • show that they understand, in their practice, how healthcare services relate to education and social services
  • be familiar with current government policies which relate to children
  • understand and be able to contribute to health promotion and health education and be aware of current health promotion activities carried out in the community
  • know the local, national and international structures for healthcare
  • understand how healthcare services relate to education and social services

HEALTH PROMOTION

  • be able to incorporate health promotion activities in their practice
  • include health promotion messages during the consultation where appropriate
  • be able to contribute to health promotion programmes

PUBLIC HEALTH AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

  • understand about population statistics and know how they might be used in service development

INJURY PREVENTION

  • know about effective injury prevention initiatives
  • be able to advise parents on injury prevention and contribute to local injury prevention programmes

 

 

 

 

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