About this event

  • Date and time Tue 19 May 2020 from 8:30am to 8:30pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Paediatrics and Child Health

Please note this event has been cancelled.

The London School of Paediatrics Child Safeguarding day on the 19th of May 2020 promises to be an interactive day of thought provoking discussion around contemporary issues in safeguarding with a focus on vulnerable children.

Aimed at Level 2 trainees, it will cover key competencies from our progress curriculum, with delegates by the end of the conference meeting the requirements of level 3 child safeguarding training.

It will also cover the following key learning outcomes:

● Knowledge of adoption and fostering systems in England.

● The impact of adverse childhood experiences in working with young people and principles of contextual safeguarding.

● The outcomes of youth violence for young people affected

● Knowledge of the forensic assessment and importance of chain of evidence.

● Vulnerable children: Migrant children’s access to healthcare, Recognising and responding to modern slavery and the voice of the unaccompanied minor.

LME skills evening - 19 May 2020

London School of Paediatrics is delighted to announce Dr Sarah Thurlbeck (former Named Doctor for Child Safeguarding, St Georges Hospital) will run the LME skills evening on Tuesday 19 May 2020 on tips and excellence in report writing for paediatricians. This interactive seminar includes child protection reports but skills learnt will apply when writing reports for solicitors/court etc...and very much apply to all involved in the care of children.

Aimed at level 2 and level 3 trainees but level 1 more than welcome if keen and interested.

6 pm - 8 pm £15 per place with drinks and networking before and after.

*Please ensure you book online before the event date - limited places available to register on the day and lunch will not be provided*

Agenda

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Registration
Introduction and the University College London Michelle Zalkin Scholarship

Dr Najette Ayadi O'Donnell, Dr Sarah Boutros and Dr Helen Bedford

Migrant children's access to healthcare: How to safeguard and advocate for those deemed chargeable for NHS care

Dr Sarah Boutros, Dr Bryony Hopkinshaw and Dr Jonathan Broad, Migrant Solidarity Group, Medact

Acute sexual assault

Dr Alice Monfrinoli, Consultant Paediatrician, The Haven

Tea and coffee break
Eastside story

A screening of a BBC documentary on adverse life events and the power of youth theatre as therapy for young people

Contextual safeguarding

Farrah Quintyne and Shireece Henry, Lead Social Worker and Senior Social
Worker, Adolescents and Paediatrics Division, University College London Hospital

Youth violence outcomes

Dr Katie Malbon, Consultant Paediatrician, Imperial College NHS Foundation Trust

Lunch
A personal perspective: Arriving as a unaccompanied asylum seeking children (UASC) in the UK

Gulwali Passarlay, Co-Founder, My Bright Kite CIC

Workshops (delegates to attend both during the afternoon)

Adoption, Fostering and LAC, Dr Victoria Walker, Head of Service Community Paediatrics & Designated Dr Children in Care (Mid Notts), CoraamBAAF, plus a parent voice

Recognising and responding to modern slavery - a new approach to safeguarding teaching, Dr Rosie Riley & Dr Laura Wood, VITA training

Tea and coffee break
Workshops (delegates to attend both during the afternoon)

Adoption, Fostering and LAC, Dr Victoria Walker, Head of Service Community Paediatrics & Designated Dr Children in Care (Mid Notts), CoraamBAAF, plus a parent voice

Recognising and responding to modern slavery - a new approach to safeguarding teaching, Dr Rosie Riley & Dr Laura Wood, VITA training

Closing remarks and close of meeting

Evaluation surveys will be sent via email and certificates of attendance can be found in the 'My Account' area on the RSM website in 7 days

LME skills evening

Registration
Tips and excellence in report writing

Dr Sarah Thurlbeck, Former Named Doctor for Child Safeguarding, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Close of meeting

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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