29-30 March 2012 - JFCH Live - Olympia Conference Centre, London
A FREE-TO-ATTEND EVENT FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITHIN SCHOOL AND FAMILY HEALTH YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS!
JFHC Live is free to attend but requires pre-registration. Please register online at the web link above.
About the event
JFHC Live is a new free-to-attend event supported by the Journal of Family Health Care. The publishers of this highly respected and peer-reviewed publication, invite you to a thought provoking event that aims to educate, inform and update health professionals. Running from 29th to 30th March 2012 at London's Kensington Olympia, JFHC Live will offer attendees the opportunity to get the latest thinking on many topics affecting health care experts by some of the most respected names in the family health care arena. More than 30 exclusive, CPD accredited seminars will be targetted at their core readership of midwives, health visitors, community nurses, school nurses and dietitans. The two-day event will offer a comprehensive seminar programme on topics that affect delegates on a day-to-day basis – in essence a “live” version of the Journal. Their aim is to inspire health professionals by increasing their knowledge base and introducing them to new practice and thinking about what will assist them in their daily work.
The Seminar Programme
Two days of CPD-accredited seminars including:
Day 1: Thursday 29 March
- How does the future look for children's community services?
- Nursing people at home: What matters to patients and how to provide it
- Smoke free homes project for children with compromised respiratory function
- Opening doors: safeguarding homeless families
- Managing eczema: the patient experience
- Helping children with acne
- Science of parenting
- Starting well: A community intervention to promote the introduction of solids to babies at appropriate time
- Too much, too little: safeguarding and food
- Epilepsy in children - keeping up to date
- Skin infections and infestations in children
- Supporting children's mental health through play
- Coeliac disease: dietary management
- Sickle Cell
Day 2: Friday 30 March
- Primary care focus in maternity
- Perinatal mental health
- Bright stars and brainboxes: working creatively to improve children's mental health
- Eating disorders in children and young people: How to help
- Sugar - The New Poison? by Dr Alex Richardson, founder/director of FAB Research (Is sugar really a toxic substance like tobacco or alcohol? And is it actually addictive – or can other factors explain why we consume so much of it? Alex Richardson reviews the evidence on these issues and the consequences of a high-sugar diet, and offers practical guidance for both children and adults.)
- Fussy eating
- Learning to cope with the scariness of normal birth
- Stop that shake, babies break
- Positive aspects of teenage pregnancy
- Atopic eczema
- The nurse led allergy and asthma clinic
- School nursing policy
- Vulnerable/looked after children
- A project management approach to service development in young people's health
- School meals: have things improved since the Turkey Twizzler?
- Improving the dental health, diet and physical activity of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder within a school setting
Programme subject to change. Please view full seminar programme and list of participating speakers on the JFHC Live event website at the link above.