Building Psycho-Social Care into your Diabetes Service National Networking Forum
- Start Date:
- Friday, 9 December, 2016
- End Date:
- Friday, 9 December, 2016 5:00pm
- Psychiatry, Health & Nutrition
Friday 9th December 2016, TheWesley Hotel, LondonWITH View agenda | Book now | Group bookingOvercome your psycho-social challenges to offer children, young people and adults a fully supportive networkCome together with other DSNs, psychologists, paediatric and diabetes consultants to share good practice and innovative approaches to building an effective MDT, making the most of your psychologist or upskilling the team, achieving funding, engaging with young people and harnessing social media.
NHS and public sector attendees will pay just £149 plus VAT.Early booking price until Tuesday 4th OctoberBook your individual place | Make your group registrationBy coming together with other paediatric and diabetes specialist nurses, consultants and psychologists, you will be able to gather good practice approaches and share information. When there is limited psychologist time or no local psychological input, this one-of-a-kind conference will provide you with experienced insights on: • Training and the resource/time challenge: MDT good practice, psychologist role and upskilling• Engaging with young people: Empowering young people and the role of social/youth worker• Innovative communication techniques: harnessing social media to fill the service gaps • Achieving funding: building a business case for psychological and social supportView the full agenda and speaker line-upTake one day out to balance your ideas, get a handle on what is and what isn't working elsewhere and achieve support and solutions to your problems.
Gain advice from presentations, group discussions, practical sessions and networking opportunities and find out the answer to the question: what should I be doing? This unique day will help you to:• Make the most of the psychology time you have, train other staff in basic skills and balance your psychology provision with your own work load. • Build new skills and strategies for DSNs, psychologists and youth workers to engage young people. • Find out how to achieve further funding and identify how to fill the gap with social media and create a supportive network to deliver an effective diabetes service.Plus one further event of interest:Pregnancy and Insulin Pumps: Best Practice Service DeliveryOvercoming psycho-social challenges to offer a fully supportive networkFriday 8th December 2016, TheWesley Hotel, LondonView further details
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