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liver care competence framework

Published: 20 January 2013

Caring for People with Liver Disease: A Competence Framework

Launch Event Programme


Tuesday 12 February 2013, 12noon – 4.00pm at Holiday Inn, Camden Lock, 30 Jamestown Road, London NW1 7BY

Facilitators: Anne Moger and Beverley Matthews

12:00pm -1.00pm Registration and networking – lunch served from 12.00pm
1.00pm – 1.10pm Welcome and introduction
   Beverley Matthews, Director, NHS Liver Care
1.10pm – 1.20pm Liver disease in England – landscape and challenges
   Professor Martin Lombard, National Clinical Director, National Liver Disease Strategy,
Department of Health
1.20pm – 1.35pm Launch of Caring for people with liver disease: a competence framework for nursing
   Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England
1.35pm – 1.45pm Presentation from the Royal College of Nursing
1.45pm – 1.55pm The value of a person centred liver competence framework
   Dr Kim Manley, Associate Director Transformational Research and Practice Development,
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
1.55pm – 2.05pm The value of a patient’s perspective on their liver care
   Andrew Langford, CEO, British Liver Trust
2.05pm – 2.15pm Introduction to the impact of the competence framework in practice
   Anne Moger, Nurse Advisor, Department of Health
2.15pm – 2.30pm Role of the liver competence framework in managing patients with alcohol related
issues
   Ann Nolan, Clinical Lead, Tailored Care, Merseyside QIPP programme, Liverpool
   Sandra Crompton, Liver Nurse Practitioner, Royal Bolton Hospital
2.30pm – 2.45pm Using the liver competence framework when managing patients with viral hepatitis in
primary and secondary care
   Helen Hampton, Blood Borne Virus Nurse, Addaction, Truro
   Louise Campbell, Senior Nurse, St Mary’s Hospital, London
2.45pm – 2.55pm Comfort break
2.55pm – 3.10pm Role of the liver competence framework in managing patients with Non Alcoholic Fatty
Liver Disease
   Dr John O’Malley, General Practitioner, Trafford
   Jill Johnson, Dietician, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
3.10pm – 3.25pm Developing liver focussed education to support the liver competence framework
   Danielle Fullwood, Lecturer/ Practitioner in Liver, Kings College Hospital, London
   Dr Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing, Health Education England
3.25pm – 3.40pm How can I use the framework in my practice?
   Michelle Clayton, Lecturer in Liver Care, University of Leeds
3.40pm – 3.50pm The importance of embedding prevention against liver disease into the public health
arena
   Professor Viv Bennett, Director of Nursing, Department of Health/ Lead Nurse,
Public Health England
3.50pm – 4.00pm Questions from the audience
4.00pm Close and departure

For more information:
 www.liver.nhs.uk/events/launch_event_for_liver_care_competence_framework