NNAP/NDAU Collaborators’ meeting 2017 - presentations

This meeting took place on 24 April 2017 at the Studio in Birmingham. Over 100 people attended the event, including parents, multi-disciplinary neonatal unit staff members, neonatal network representatives.

The event offered a great opportunity for networking and learning more about how data is being used to monitor and improve neonatal care. Please see below a short video which captures some of the reflections of attendees along with videos of the presentations delivered on the day.

Presentations on the day (video format)

Achievements and future directions for the National Neonatal Audit Programme, Dr Sam Oddie, NNAP Clinical Lead, Consultant Neonatologist, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

A proposed strategy for communicating the aims and outputs of the NNAP effectively to parents and families, Gina Outram, Lead Sister neonatal Unit/Deputy Matron for Paediatrics, NNAP Project Board representative & Patrick Tully, Parent representative, NNAP Project Board

Documenting sepsis in the neonatal unit: a challenge for audit and research, Dr Vimal Vasu, Consultant Neonatologist, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

What do neonatal networks want from the NNAP and how should the NNAP amend its reporting processes to achieve this?, Rebecca Lemin, South West Neonatal Network Manager (PP)

What is the Neonatal Transformation Programme?, Professor Neil Marlow, Professor of Neonatal Medicine, UCL

Developing a programme of Family Integrated Care, Dr Liz McKechnie, Consultant Neonatologist, Yorkshire and Humber Education and Guidelines Lead (North), Neonatal ODN, Leeds General Infirmary

The National Maternal and Perinatal Audit Project: interfacing with the NNAP, Dr Jennifer Jardine, Clinical Fellow (Obstetrics) National Maternity and Perinatal Audit, RCOG

Poster QI presentations (video format)

Presentations from units on QI initiatives undertaken within their neonatal unit or network.

NNAP 2 year follow up data Meeting metrics vs.Delivering quality assessments, Dr Sankara Narayanan, Consultant Neonatologist, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Admission Temperature QI Project (2015-16), Dr Lawrence Miall, Consultant Neonatologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Reducing Clabsi with QI methodology, Dr Colin Peters, Consultant Neonatologist, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow

Managing Antibiotics Wisely, Dr Sujoy Banerjee, Consultant Neonatologist, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board

Warm Bundle Reducing admissions of neonates more than 34 weeks with temperatures less than 36.50C, Dr A M Heuchan, Consultant Neonatologist, Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow