IV Annual Conference Programme

National Network of

Child Death Overview Panels

England & Wales

Patron: Baroness Helena Kennedy of The Shaws QC

 

IV Annual Conference (23-24 May 2018)

Programme

Wednesday 23rd May 2018

11:30

Registration and buffet lunch

12:00 

Welcome

Nisar Mir,  Chair NNCDOP

12:30

Lessons from Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR)

Professor Pauline Heslop (University of Bristol)

13:20

How will National Changes in the Child Death Review Process affect my CDOP?

Vicky Sleap , National Child Mortality Database Project Manager

14:00

The Importance of including ‘Acute Life Threatening Event’ (ALTE) with SUDiC Procedures

Knowles JA, Assistant Director of Safeguarding & Kim Hewitson Child Death Review Nurse, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

14.40 – 15.00

Tea / coffee break inclusive in the CDRP Session

15:00-16:30

Child Death Review Process: Desperately seeking solutions

(World Café approach to identifying issues and seeking solutions)  Round Table Discussion Groups

17.00 – 18.00

NNCDOP Annual General Meeting

(All delegates are invited to attend)

Thursday 24th May 2018

8.30 – 9.00

Registration

09:00

Conference Programme

Nisar Mir, Chair NNCDOP

09.20

Welcome Address

Baroness Helena Kennedy, Patron NNCDOP

10.00

Reducing Child Mortality and the New Statutory Guidance on Child Death Reviews. 

Dr Jacqueline Cornish National Clinical Director Children,
Young People and Transition to Adulthood, Medical Directorate, NHS England &
Dr. James Fraser, Consultant Paeditrician Bristol Children’s Hospital

11.00 – 11.30

Tea / Coffee Break

11.30

Fatal Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents in Cheshire: A Coronial Perspectives.

Stephanie Davies &  Nisar Mir. Cheshire Coroner’s Service & Pan-Cheshire CDOP

12:10

Effective investigation of Child Homicide and Suspicious Deaths

David Marshall QPM

13.00-13.45

Lunch

13:50

How is the Rapid Response Investigation of unexpected infant and child deaths working? A national investigation of parent perceptions and information provided to coroners.

Professor Peter Fleming, Blair P, & Pease A. , School of Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol

14:30

Variation in practice in the Investigation and Classification of ‎sudden unexpected Death in Infancy : Findings from a national CDOP survey.

Garstang, Joanna, M Cohen, E Mitchell & P Sidebotham, Warwick Medical School, UK; Sheffield Chidlren’s Hospital & University of Auckland, NZ

15:00

eCDOP- An innovative solution that has improved multi-agency engagement in the Child Death Overview Process .

Chapman A & Gower S.  Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group & Kent Children Safeguarding Board

15:30

The Healthy London Partnership (HLP)

Child death overview panel (CDOP) programme survey: supporting transformation in the London CDOP system. Cheung R. O’Sullivan D, Parr, T, Devitt D

16:00

Conference Round up

16:30

Tea / Coffee   Departure

                            Poster Presentations shall be available for viewing on both days