Gram Negative Blood Stream Infections – sharing good practice across North Cumbria and the North East

25/04/2019 9:30 am @ The Durham Centre

Event Details

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Presentations

A system wide improvement programme to support the ambition to reduce healthcare associated GNBSI in England

Care Home Hydration Project to reduce UTI’s

Changing prescribing behaviour for urinary tract infections in County Durham

Collaborative Approach to tackling GNBSI

Early evaluation of a national Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) improvement collaborative

Initial evaluation of an executive leadership development programme for aspirant or new directors of infection prevention and control (DIPC) in England.

Tees GNBSI Collaborative Programme

Posters

Antimicrobial Resistance – No action today No cure tomorrow – Dr Deepa Nayar

Healthcare associated Gram-negative bloodstream infections in England – David Charlesworth

Hydration – the obvious solution – Dr David Tate

I Spy E. coli – The Leeds Way of Reducing Gram Negative Bloodstream Infection – Louise Popple

Small changes – BIG results – Lesley Wharton & Gill Roberts

Tackling Gram Negative Bloodstream infections – Carol Butler & Peter Ingram

The Royal Wee – SouthTees’ learning from the national UTI collaborative – Sam Davison

UTI Collaborative CCLOUT Project – Jackie Rees & Allison Sykes

This event will consider the learning from a number of projects carried out as part of the system gram negative blood stream infection improvement plan, UTI collaboratives and nutrition/hydration collaboratives.

Sharing the learning from projects across the system will encourage further spread of successful initiatives and contribute to the development of improvement plans for 2019-20. Themes for the day will include:

  • Successes from organisations participating in the UTI Collaborative
  • Linking projects from nutrition/hydration Collaborative with HCAI
  • Planning for the 2019/20 challenge

This event will be of interest to staff including:

  • Registered nurses – hospital, community, care homes, GP practices
  • Care assistants
  • Domiciliary Care Workers
  • Infection prevention practitioners
  • Local authority commissioners
  • General Practitioners
  • Pharmacists
  • Dieticians
  • Frailty leads

Posters

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Agenda

We will be collecting donations for the Food Bank. Foodbank relies on your goodwill and support. Over 90% of the food distributed by foodbanks in The Trussell Trust network is donated by the public – that’s why your food donations are absolutely vital to their ability to give everyone referred to Foodbank a balanced and nutritious three day supply of food. Suggested items are: TINNED POTATOES, TINNED SPAGHETTI, TINNED RICE PUDDING, CHOCOLATE, SPONGE PUDDING, INSTANT PACKET CUSTARD, TINNED CUSTARDFor further information please contact: sarah.black@ahsn-nenc.org.uk