Accompanying posters for this session are available to view on the RCPCH ePoster platform until 4 December 2020.
Chairs: Michelle Heys and Rosie Kyeremateng, BACAPH
14:00-14:20 Population Health Management Approaches, Harry Evans, NHS England and NHS Improvement
14:25-14:35 Adolescents and their parents experiences of internet delivered home treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome/me (FITNET-NHS trial) (ID 210/ RM Parslow )
14:36-14:46 An analysis of healthcare costs in high-need children and young people (ID 795/ T Beaney)
14:47- 14:50 HPV: not just for girls! A qualitative study exploring the views of 11-12 year olds about the human papillomavirus vaccination (ID 447/ E Williamson)
14:50–15:00 Comfort Break and Poster Viewing
15:01-15:11 Nurture Early for Optimal Nutrition (NEON) Programme: Qualitative study of drivers of infant feeding practices in a British-Bangladeshi population (ID 244/ M Heys)
15:12-15:22 Health services for long term conditions from the child and caregivers perspective: a qualitative analysis (ID 148/ R Satherley)
15:23-15:33 Service description: An integrated pathway for unaccompanied asylum seeking children (ID 595/ A J Armitage)
15:34-15:37 Improving outcomes for young children in refugee families: lessons from Somali parents experiences of play and social interaction in the UK (ID 31/ T D Allport)
15:38-15:41 Are children at risk of severe influenza and its complications receiving protection from seasonal flu? (ID 264/ D Gokulakrishnan)
15:42-15:45 Obesity: Is it a problem in preschool children? (ID 954/ S Buxton)
15:45-16:00 Comfort Break and Poster viewing
16:00-16:25 Embedding Public Health in Paediatric Training, Livia Royle, Kate Lees and Sandra O'Hagan, Public Health Consultants, Public Health EduQual.
16:25-17:00 Q&A/ Panel discussion about Public Health training in Paediatrics