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SAPHNA Conference 2018 Presentations

Cherylynn Wray - Wednesday, August 01, 2018 -

Presentations from the Conference including the workshops held during the afternoon of the 12th June 2018: 


Keynote address by Kenny Gibson, NHS England National Head of Safeguarding

Transforming school health as system leaders



School and public health nurses, as part of the multi-disciplinary team, promoting and protecting the mental health of school-aged children

Dean Johnstone, Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools / CEO Minds Ahead and Jill Beswick, Specialist Community Public Health Nurse/Independent Public Health Nurse Consultant


Breaking the Cycle of maternal obesity though working with adolescents (funded by the Burdett Trust for Nursing)

Speakers: Charlene Mulhern, Vicky Gilroy and Lynn Swift



Safeguarding - never a missed opportunity!  Using lived experience of child sexual abuse to create change

Siobhan Pyburn, The BEAM Project




(1) Fixers 'Feel Happy Fix'; supporting young people around the pressures of their body image

Maggie Morgan, Mariam Ahmed and Ellie Hawcutt



(2)  Aspire Stockport: A public health model tackling child sexual exploitation, high level domestic abuse, female genital mutilation, honour based violence, radicalisation, terrorism, forced marriage or organised crime.

Anne-Marie Gallogly and Leanne Baines


(3)  Launching the Burdett project resources including film and App, as tools for the trade in working with adolescents to improve their healthy lifestyle choices

Elaine Davies, Project Lead School Nurse SAPHNA Committee and Northumbria NHS Healthcare Trust


(4)  Help at Schools for Children and Adolescents with Bladder and Bowel Issues

Presented by members of ERIC, Bladder and Bowel UK and University of Bristol (who are also members of the Paediatric Continence Forum), including, Dr Carol Joinson, Dr Katie Whale, Brenda Cheer, Jackie Fuidge and Davina Richardson


(5)  Sharing the journey thus far in the transformation of the East Sussex Schools public health service, including the recent implementation of the Lancaster Model and HAPI portal

Stephanie Cooper, Acting Area Clinical Manager and Sarah Barber, School Nurse from East Sussex School Health Service, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust




(6)  Improvmg Child Oral Health; evidence-based approaches

Zoe Marshman, Professor/Honorary Consultant in Dental Public Health, University of Sheffield





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