Delirium Project

Date:       22nd March 2018

Time:      9.00am – 5.00pm

Venue   Xcel Centre, Long Tens Way, Aycliffe Business Park, County Durham DL5 6AP

Tees Esk Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with Health Education England in the north east held their third Delirium Educational Event. 

The conference brought together a multidisciplinary audience of healthcare professions from around the North East and North Cumbria. There was a mixture of presentations and workshops by national and local speakers on the topic of delirium.

The theme and purpose of the conference was to increase understanding to update knowledge and showcase inspirational delirium projects in both hospital and community setting.  The conference was an opportunity to share best practice and network with colleagues from around the region.

The feedback from the event was been positive and the conference papers can be accessed below.

Conference Programme inc Speaker Biographies

Conference Evaluation

Further Information: please contact the Quality Team at quality.ne@hee.nhs.uk

 

Delirium awareness, detection and management - Neil Petty, Advanced Practitioner/Team Lead, Proactive Intensive Community Liaison Service (PICLS), Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Delirium Prevention and Management Care Plan - Delirium Information Sheet - Kate Jones, Dementia Nurse Specialist, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Early Detection for Delirium - Dr Emma Vardy, Consultant Geriatrician and Clinical Dementia Lead, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Home First, a collaborative project of a fully supported, rapid home discharge programme for patients with delirium
South Tees Frailty Strategy, Beth Swanson, Mike Fenwick, Lisa Parker and Penny Bateman, South Tees NHS Foundation Trust

Development of a Trustwide Delirium Policy, Care pathway and Guidance Document for Acute and Community -
Christine Wilkinson, Old Age Liaison Service, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Delirium Awareness Training Programme - Christine Wilkinson, Old Age Liaison Service, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Improving Care of Older Adults on Surgical Wards with Delirium - Dr Sana Mufti, Consultant Geriatrician, Homerton University Hospital Foundation Trust

Down with DeliriumSusie Lawley, Specialist Nurse Critical Care Rehabilitation, Critical Care Department, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

Embedding delirium education in undergraduate education - Claire Pryor, Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholar, Northumbria University

The Delirium and Population Health Informatics Cohort (DELPHIC) study. Ascertaining the determinants and outcomes from delirium in a whole population - Dr Daniel Davis, Principal Investigator, MRC Unit of Lifelong Health and Ageing – University College London

 

 

 

Presentation title

MORNING PRESENTATIONS

Community Delirium Champions - Vicki Leah RCH, Older People Forum Chair

Collaboratively improving care and outcomes for patients at risk of delirium - Nichola Cullen, Regional Delirium Improvement Lead, HSC Safety Forum

Award Rapid Fire Presentations - Chaired by Kim Barkas, Specialty Registrar

MORNING PARALLEL SESSIONS 1

Education in Delirium- laying a foundation for excellence - Dr Claire Copeland, Consultant Physician in Ageing and Health in Forth Valley Royal Hospital

An approach to delirium management and prevention in acute hopsital - Dr Lesley Young, Consultant Geriatrician, Sunderland Royal Hospital

Lets Respect - Nadine Scofield, Founding Director - Lets Respect

John's Campaign: Why it makes sense to welcome carers - Nicci Gerrard
Award Rapid Fire Presentations - Chaired by Kim Barkas, Specialty Registrar

PARALLEL SESSION 2

Let's Respect - Let's ReSPond to Every Challenge - Nadine Scofield, Founding Director - Let's Respect

An overview of epidemiology of Delirium - Dr Sarah Richardson, Alzheimer's Society Clinical Reserach Fellow, Newcastle University

PARALLEL SESSION 3

How to apply Quality Improvement Science to Delirium - Dr Emma Vardy,
Consultant Geriatrician and Clinical Dementia Lead, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Greater Manchester & Eastern Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network Clinical Dementia Lead

It’s all in Your Approach: How Using Positive Approach to Care™(PAC™) can be helpful to those experiencing delirium PAC
Jade Johnson and Caroline Ryder- Jones,  Occupational Therapy Clinical Leads, Tees Esk Wear Valleys NHS FT

Delivering Delirium EducationDr Claire Copeland, Consultant Physician in Care of the Elderly and Stroke Medicine and Mrs Lindsay Dingwall Lecturer in Nursing/Clinical Academic Nurse Consultant

Delirium in care homes – raising awareness and changing practice - Dr Karen Frank,s Old Age Psychiatrist, Gateshead Health NHS

Delirium in care homes : Learning from the Care Home Vanguard programme - Dr Karen Franks, Consultant Old Age Psychiatry
Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust