The Park Hotel, Kilmarnock

The Park Hotel, Kilmarnock

Ayrshire & Arran TEC and Innovation Conference

Thursday 30th November 2017

9.30am – 16.30pm

The Park Hotel, Kilmarnock

Programme (subject to change)

09.00 / Doors open
9.30 – 9.40 / Welcome, introduction and scene setting
Tim Eltringham, Director South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership, Executive Sponsor TEC & Innovation
9.40-10.00 / Transforming services with Technology in Ayrshire and Arran
Kathleen McGuire , Strategic Lead, TEC and Innovation
10.00-10.30 / mPower European Programme
Alan Connor, Programme Manager, mPower European Programme
10.30-11.15 / All about the Partnerships
East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership
North Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership
South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership– Isobel Penman, Senior Supervisor, Reablement Hub, South Ayrshire
11.15-11.45 / Grab a coffee and check out the posters
11.45-12.30 / All about the People
Facilitated by Phil White,
12.30-13.30 / Lunch and Exhibition
Presentations from exhibitors (see list)
13.30-13.35 / Meet TECbot
Kathleen McGuire, Strategic Lead, TEC and Innovation
13.35-14.10 / Regional Hypertension TEC Services
Dr Kes Khaliq, Clinical Director SAH&SCP, Clinical Lead TEC and Innovation
Nicola Robinson, Senior Information Analyst, TEC
14.10-14.15
14.15-14.25 / People perspective
Isobel Penman, Patient representative
mHealth – My COPD
Kathleen McGuire, Strategic Lead, TEC and Innovation
14.25-14.40 / Grab a coffee
Snapshot Sessions – Earlston Room
14.40.14.50
Home and Mobile Health Monitoring – COPD
Mandy Ferguson, ANP ICT/TEC
14.50-15.00
Home and Mobile Health Monitoring - Chronic Heart Failure
Dr Janet McKay, Nurse Consultant, Cardiology
15.00-15.10
Attend Anywhere
Alistair McInnes, Service Improvement Facilitator, TEC & Innovation
Snapshot Sessions – Earlston Room
15.10-15.20
Home and Mobile Health Monitoring – COPD
Mandy Ferguson, ANP ICT/TEC
15.20-15.30
Home and Mobile Health Monitoring - Chronic Heart Failure
Dr Janet McKay, Nurse Consultant, Cardiology
15.30-15.40
Attend Anywhere
Alistair McInnes, Service Improvement Facilitator, TEC & Innovation
15.40-16.15 Questions and Answers
Panel
16.15-16.30 Summing Up / Snapshot Sessions – Wallace Room
14.40.14.50
FLO Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dr Kes Khaliq, Clinical Director, Clinical Lead TEC and Innovation
14.50-15.00
TEC Diabetes
Carolyn Oxenham, Diabetes MCN Education Facilitator
15.00-15.10
FLO Primary Care COPD Pathway
Dr Kes Khaliq, Clinical Director, Clinical Lead TEC and Innovation
Snapshot Sessions – Wallace Room
15.10-15.20
FLO Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dr Kes Khaliq, Clinical Director, Clinical Lead TEC and Innovation
15.20-15.30
TEC Diabetes
Carolyn Oxenham, Diabetes MCN Education Facilitator
15.30-15.40
FLO Primary Care COPD Pathway
Dr Kes Khaliq, Clinical Director, Clinical Lead TEC and Innovation

Snapshot Sessions

14.40-15.40

HMHM / Home and Mobile Health Monitoring - COPD
Speaker / Mandy Ferguson, ANP ICT/TEC
Home and mobile health monitoring has been implemented in South Ayrshire for 6 years. The main hub is based within Biggart Hospital and is part of the Intermediate Care Team (ICT). Practices refer patients who have had an exacerbation of COPD to the single point of contact where arrangements are put in place for them to monitor their condition from home using a Telehealth POD.
Home and Mobile Health Monitoring – Chronic Heart Failure
Speaker / Dr Janet McKay, Nurse Consultant, Heart Failure
Home and mobile health monitoring has been set up within the Heart Failure Specialist Nurse Service for 6 years, referrals are sent to the main hub in South Ayrshire from the specialist nurses after an initial assessment and if the patient is deemed to be suitable for the service.
Florence / Attend Anywhere
Speaker / Alistair McInnes, Service Improvement Facilitator, TEC & Innovation
Attend Anywhere is a web-based platform that allows healthcare providers to offer video call access to their services as part of their ‘business as usual’, day-to-day operations
FLO Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Speaker / Chris Wright, Service Development Manager, Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare, NHS 24
14.30 / Beating the Blues is an online treatment programme that uses cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help people experiencing depression and/or anxiety. It consists of eight, one hour sessions completed weekly either in your home or at a community location.
TEC Diabetes
Speaker / Carolyn Oxenham, Diabetes MCN Education Facilitator
Diabetes is a long-term and progressive condition that can potentially have devastating effects on health. However, evidence shows that many of the complications associated with diabetes can be prevented or delayed through a combination of clinical management, patient self-management and the appropriate use of pharmaceuticals.
There has been an upward trend in the prevalence of diabetes and it is likely that this will continue for the foreseeable future
FLO Primary Care COPD Pathway
Speaker / Dr Kes Khaliq, Clinical Director SAH&SCP, Clinical Lead TEC and Innovation
The FLO Primary Care pathway is primarily aimed at newly diagnosed COPD Patients. The aim of the pathway is to learn patients to self manage their condition and to have an understanding of when they are likely to be going into exacerbation and how to deal with this using medications in reserve.

The organisers would like to thank all our exhibitors. Their involvement makes this conference an enlightening experience