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Overview

Developmentally appropriate care for young people covers the topics you need to know when helping patients with childhood onset rheumatic disease, not just in the transition period but throughout their care
Date
20 May 2021
Venue
Online
CPD
5 credits

This course focuses on facilitating improvements in the care of young people and is suitable for the entire multidisciplinary team in paediatric and and adolescent rheumatology.

The programme covers topics like how to discuss sensitive subjects, a practical approach to setting up adolescent and young adult clinics, and workshops on self management and clinical cases. 

Objectives
  • To understand how rheumatic diseases, in particular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) present in childhood and how they evolve into adulthood
  • To evaluate the impact of disease on young people during adolescence and young adulthood including the psychosocial impact
  • To understand the role of healthcare professionals in the provision of developmentally appropriate rheumatology care for young people irrespective of setting
  • To understand practical strategies for adapting routine healthcare practice to ensure care provided is developmentally appropriate and takes a lifecourse approach


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Book your place now on our Developmentally appropriate care for young people course

 


Pricing

Level 1

Consultant, allied specialty consultant, clinical academic and pharma representative

150
+VAT

Level 2

Rheumatology specialty trainee, foundation trainee, GP, non-clinical scientist, research fellow and specialty doctor

125
+VAT

Level 3

Allied health professional, nurse, charity representative, student and retired

95
+VAT

Level 1

Consultant, allied specialty consultant, clinical academic and pharma representative

225
+VAT

Level 2

Rheumatology specialty trainee, foundation trainee, GP, non-clinical scientist, research fellow and specialty doctor

190
+VAT

Level 3

Allied health professional, nurse, charity representative, student and retired

145
+VAT

2021 programme

Morning

09:10-13:10

TIME

SESSION

SPEAKERS

09:10-09:20

Welcome

Rachel Tattersall

09:20-09:35

Film by young people

09:35-10:05

Young adulthood – the forgotten third stage of transition

Albert Farre

10:05-10:35

Discussing sensitive things with young people – a practical approach

TBC

10:35-10:55

Break

10:55-11:25

Practical approach to setting up adolescent and young adult clinics

TBC

11:25-13:10

Workshops: 'Young people take control: From shared to self-management' and 'Childhood onset rheumatic disease through the ages'

TBC

Afternoon

13:10-16:30

TIME

SESSION

SPEAKERS

13:10-14:10

Lunch

14:10-14:55

'I can, but...': motivational Interviewing principles when communicating with young people

TBC

14:55-15:00

Break

15:00-15:30

Importance of peer support for young people in rheumatology

TBC

15:30-15:45

Break

15:45-16:25

Q&A panel, including young people

TBC

16:25-16:30

Thanks and close

TBC

Bursary

If you're a trainee or allied health professional member, apply for an education bursary for this course; you could access up to £200 towards the cost of the registration fee.

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