16th June 2021 am2 Seminars

11:20 am - 11:35 am

Implementing a systematic approach to treating tobacco dependency within the NHS

Treating tobacco dependency and the wider aim of reducing smoking prevalence to less than 5% is one of 2 key prevention priorities in the North East & North Cumbria.  Ruth & Joanna will share the journey within the region to build on NICE guidance and systematically treat tobacco  dependency in the NHS.

Speakers

11:20 am - 11:35 am

Smokefree pregnancy and the Dorset model; supporting the pregnant smoker’s significant other to quit smoking as part of a holistic approach

The ‘Dorset’ Model was formed in 2019 to enable breaking down some of the barriers a pregnant mother quitting smoking faces when her significant other continues to smoke. Faye’s presentation will demonstrate how a quality improvement pilot to improve the quit environment for the pregnant smoker and create a smoke free home became BAU and spread across Dorset’s Smoking in Pregnancy Services.

Speaker

  • Faye Ballard Smoking in Pregnancy Liaison Midwife - University Hospital Dorset
11:20 am - 11:35 am

Vaping within a mental health hospital – The Nightingale Trial

How switching from provision of a basic disposable e-cigarette to more modern products was received by inpatients at a mental health rehab ward in Dorset. Plus other aspects to consider in supporting smokers with mental ill health who do not always wish to, or feel they are able to quit, to escape the harm that combustible tobacco causes.

Speaker

  • Chris Pitt Health and Wellbeing Manager - Dorset HealthCare
11:35 am - 11:50 am

Evaluation of the CPIT III smoking in pregnancy incentive trial

Lesley will talk about the phase III multi-centre randomised controlled trial CPIT III. CPIT III was set up to test the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of offering shopping voucher incentives to help pregnant women engage with stop smoking services and quit smoking. An insight into the challenges of conducting a pragmatic trial involving shopping voucher incentives and trial progress to date will be discussed.

Speaker

  • Lesley Sinclair Research Fellow/Trial Manager - Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh
11:35 am - 11:50 am

Smoking cessation treatment for people with depression and anxiety

Katherine will discuss smoking cessation and mental health, patient and health care professionals' views about integrating smoking cessation treatment into outpatient psychological services for common mental illness, and the ESCAPE Trial - a randomised controlled feasibility trial testing a bespoke smoking cessation intervention for people with depression/anxiety in mental health settings.

Speaker

  • Katherine Sawyer Research Assistant - Addiction and Mental Health Group, University of Bath
11:35 am - 11:50 am

Winning hearts and minds

11:50 am - 12:05 pm

E-Cigarettes in Pregnancy Intervention

Can e-cigarettes help pregnant women to better engage with the Health in Pregnancy Team? And can they help to increase quit rates? This presentation is a brief overview looking at these very questions and how this particular project was coordinated and rolled out across B&NES, Swindon and Wiltshire (BSW).

Speaker

  • Ruth Sampson Health Improvement Officer - Public Health & Preventative Services, Bath & North East Somerset Council
11:50 am - 12:05 pm

Going smoke free and then tobacco free in SLaM

South London and Maudsley Trust have been pioneers in working to reduce smoking in people with mental ill health. Mary will explain how the trust implemented their smokefree policy and have now become tobacco-free, how they achieved this and the benefits this is bringing to both patients and staff.

11:50 am - 12:05 pm

Should tobacco smokers switch to vaping? A cardiovascular perspective

Are there cardiovascular benefits from switching from tobacco cigarettes to e-cigarettes? What is the evidence for this? The presentation will address these two key questions for those working to promote smoking cessation

Speaker

  • Prof Jacob George Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics - Ninewells Hospital
12:05 pm - 12:20 pm

Nicotine Smokescreen

Speaker

12:05 pm - 12:20 pm

Results of the insights into virtual support of the iCOs and the Quit Cards

12:05 pm - 12:20 pm

Smoking Cessation and ‘One NHS’

Roger will talk about the patient pathway and how the hospital stay should be a crucial and changeable moment due to heightened health concerns for the patient at that time and also being in an environment not associated with their smoking habits. Obstacles to 'One NHS' cessation pathways will be explored and how 'One NHS' should be patient centred.

Sponsored by Pfizer Ltd

 

Speaker

12:20 pm - 12:35 pm

Panel: What’s Cooking in the SCAH kitchen?

Chair

  • Freya Howle CURE Programme Lead - Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

Speakers

  • Joanna Feeney Tobacco Control Programme Manager - Public Health England
  • Prof Jacob George Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Therapeutics - Ninewells Hospital
  • Dr Ruth Sharrock Respiratory Consultant - Queen Elizabeth Hospital
12:20 pm - 12:35 pm

Panel: What’s Cooking in the SCAH kitchen?

Speakers

12:20 pm - 12:35 pm

Panel: What’s Cooking in the SCAH kitchen?

Speakers

  • Faye Ballard Smoking in Pregnancy Liaison Midwife - University Hospital Dorset
  • Lesley Sinclair Research Fellow/Trial Manager - Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh
  • Ruth Sampson Health Improvement Officer - Public Health & Preventative Services, Bath & North East Somerset Council
12:55 pm - 1:25 pm

LUNCH/Posters