Wednesday 28 February 2024
Salisbury Foundation Trust

FOI_6766

Internal Reference Number: FOI_6766

Date Request Received: 05/09/2022 00:00:00

Date Request Replied To: 27/09/2022 00:00:00

This response was sent via: By Email

Request Summary: Paediatric play

Request Category: Charities








 
Question Number 1:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Accident and Emergency in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 1:
Please see attached document.

To accompany this answer to question 1 please also see the documents listed below:

 FOI_6766 - Question 1 A&E.xlsx
 
Question Number 2:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Outpatients in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 2:
2.1 - We routinely offer outpatient services for a range of medical and surgical conditions in our children’s outpatient department up to the 16th birthday. After the 16th birthday then we offer services (in Children’s outpatients) for older young people who have a chronic health condition (e.g. diabetes/ cystic fibrosis/ epilepsy/ chronic fatigue/ some endocrinology) - all other conditions for 16 to 17 yr olds will be looked after in an adult outpatient (medical or surgical) environment.

Anticoagulant Service
Audiology
Breast Surgery
Burns Care
Cardiology
Clinical Cardiac Physiology
Clinical Haematology
Clinical Neuro-Physiology
Clinical Psychology
Clinical Vascular Physiology
Colorectal Surgery
Dermatology
Diagnostic Imaging
Ear Nose and Throat
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology
General Medicine
General Surgery
Gynaecology
Haemophilia
Hepatology
Infertility/Gynae
Interventional Radiology
Maxillofacial Surgery
Midwifery
Musculoskeletal OT
Neonatology
Obstetrics
Occupational Therapy
Ophthalmology
Optometry
Oral Surgery
Orthodontics
Orthoptics
Orthotics
Paediatric Allergy and Immunology
Paediatric Burns Care
Paediatric Clinical Haemotology
Paediatric Cystic Fibrosis
Paediatric Dermatology
Paediatric Diabetic Medicine
Paediatric ENT
Paediatric Medical Oncology
Paediatric Orthopaedics
Paediatric Physiotherapy
Paediatric Plastic Surgery
Paediatric Respiratory Medicine
Paediatric Rheumatology
Paediatric Urology
Paediatrics
Pain Management
Physiotherapy
Plastic Surgery
Rheumatology
Speech & Language Therapy
Spinal Injuries
Spinal Surgery
Thoracic Medicine
Trauma & Orthopaedics
Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery
Urology
Vascular Surgery
Wessex Day Care

2.2 – no "admissions" to outpatients, but the number of attended outpatient appointments for the year was 39,967.
2.3 – see attached spreadsheet.
2.4 – N/A to outpatients.


To accompany this answer to question 2 please also see the documents listed below:

 6766 FOI Q2.3 Answers.xlsx
 
Question Number 3:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Diagnostics in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 3:
3.1- Pathology (Lab Medicine, Microbiology and Histopathology), Radiology (CT, MRI, USS), Audiology, Cardiology (Echo), DEXA (CSE), Neurophysiology (CSE), Endoscopy

3.2 -
Pathology (Lab Medicine, Microbiology and Histopathology) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Radiology (CT, MRI, USS) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Audiology - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted
Cardiology (Echo) -
DEXA (CSE) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Neurophysiology (CSE) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Endoscopy - do not hold this information specifically, admission and attendances are included in answers to other questions.

3.3 -
Pathology (Lab Medicine, Microbiology and Histopathology) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Radiology (CT, MRI, USS) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Audiology - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted
Cardiology (Echo) -
DEXA (CSE) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Neurophysiology (CSE) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Endoscopy - do not hold this information specifically, admission and attendances are included in answers to other questions.

3.4
Pathology (Lab Medicine, Microbiology and Histopathology) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Radiology (CT, MRI, USS) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Audiology - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted
Cardiology (Echo) -
DEXA (CSE) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Neurophysiology (CSE) - N/A These diagnostic patients are not admitted.
Endoscopy - do not hold this information specifically, admission and attendances are included in answers to other questions.
 
Question Number 4:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Phlebotomy in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 4:
4.1. Pathology Department and Children’s Outpatients
4.2. N/A patients are not admitted for phlebotomy.
4.3. N/A as per 4.2
4.4. N/A as per 4.2
 
Question Number 5:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Day Case in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 5:
5.1 Admitting Ward:
Acute Medical Unit
Britford - SAU
Cardiac Suite
CDAU
Day Surgery Unit
Endoscopy Unit
Nunton Unit
Nurse Led Plastic Surgery OP Minor Ops
Ophthalmology Minor Ops
Oral Treatment Centre
Plastic Surgery OP Minor Ops
Plastic Trauma Service
Radiology
SAL
Sarum
The Salisbury Laser Clinic

5.2 the number of day case admissions for the year is 1,206.

5.3 See attached spreadsheet

5.4 See attached spreadsheet


To accompany this answer to question 5 please also see the documents listed below:

 6766 FOI Q5.3&5.4 Answers.xlsx
 
Question Number 6:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Surgical Units in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 6:
Unable to answer this separately as information contained in answers for other questions, e.g. inpatients and day cases.
 
Question Number 7:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Inpatient Units in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 7:
7.1 Admitting Ward:
Acute Medical Unit
Amesbury Suite
Beatrice - Cots
Beatrice - Mums
Britford
Britford - SAU
CDAU
Chilmark Suite
Day Surgery Unit
Downton
Farley
Maternity Day Assessment Unit
Odstock
Orthopaedic Assessment Unit
Plastic Surgery OP Minor Ops
Plastic Trauma Service
Radnor
Redlynch
SAL
Sarum
Short Stay Emergency Unit
Special Care Baby Unit
Whiteparish

7.2 The number of inpatient admission for the year is 6,783.

7.3 See attached spreadsheet.

7.4 See attached spreadsheet.

To accompany this answer to question 7 please also see the documents listed below:

 6766 FOI Q7.3&7.4 Answers.xlsx
 
Question Number 8:
Between 1st April 2021 and 31st March 2022, for Neonatal Units in Salisbury Foundation Trust

1) The name of the wards/departments that provide services to 0–17-year-olds

2) The number of admissions for 0–17-year-olds

3) A breakdown of the ethnicity, gender, and deprivation percentiles of 0–17-year-olds admitted

4) The number of 0–17-year-olds treated on an adult ward/bed and reason (e.g., patient choice, bed shortages etc.)
 
Answer To Question 8:
1) Salisbury Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
2&3)
Pt Sex Total NICU Admissions
Female 142
Male 168
Total 310

Pt Ethnicity Total NICU Admissions
African - Black/Black British 9
Any other ethnic group 11
Asian - Other Background 8
Black - Other Background <6
Caribbean - Black/Black British <6
Indian - Asian/Asian British <6
Mixed - Other Background <6
Mixed White & Asian <6
Mixed White & Black Caribbean <6
White - Other Background 17
White British 252
Total 310

data not held on social deprivation percentiles

4) Not applicable
 
Question Number 9:
Which Directorate(s) does the Play Team(s) sit in?
 
Answer To Question 9:
Clinical Support and Family Services
 
Question Number 10:
See attached question sheet
 
Answer To Question 10:
Please see attached document.

To accompany this answer to question 10 please also see the documents listed below:

 Q10 Play Specs WTE.pdf
 
Question Number 11:
Does the Play Team lead(s)/manager(s), if you have them, hold a Foundation Degree in Healthcare Play Specialism?
 
Answer To Question 11:
N/A as Play specialist managed by a Paediatric Ward Sister
 
Question Number 12:
If any, how many of your health play specialists are registered with the Healthcare Play Specialist Education Trust (HPSET)?
 
Answer To Question 12:
N/A as post currently vacant
 
Question Number 13:
How many hours do your play team typically work during one shift?
 
Answer To Question 13:
Play Assistant currently in post: 7.5 hours per shift
 
Question Number 14:
See attached question sheet
 
Answer To Question 14:
Please see attached document.

To accompany this answer to question 14 please also see the documents listed below:

 Q14 Play specs.pdf
 
Question Number 15:
Do you have any of the following in Salisbury Foundation Trust? If yes, please specify where these provisions are located (e.g., department/ward name):

a. Playful 'non-play team' staff (staff create opportunities for children to play but are not health play specialists nor play workers)
i. If yes, where are they located:

b. Playrooms or play areas (please specify if these are age-specific)
i. If yes, where are they located:

c. Toys, games, activities, and play items (please specify if these are age-specific)
i. If yes, where are they located:

d. Commissioned or voluntary external entertainers who come in occasionally
i. If yes, where are they located:

e. Starlight provisions (services offered by Starlight)
i. If yes, where are they located:

f. Other donations for toys and activities
i. If yes, where are they located:
 
Answer To Question 15:
a. No

b. Play room Sarum Ward, Adolescent room: Sarum Ward, Small play room: Day Surgery

c. Yes, age -specific – Sarum Ward inpatients, Children’s outpatients, Day Surgery

d. No

e. The play assistant /worker is funded by Star light

f. We often receive donations around Easter/Christmas – distributed from Sarum Ward
 
Question Number 16:
Is there an annual budget for the delivery of play (e.g., toys, staffing, etc.) in your hospital(s)? If yes, for each individual hospital:

a. What is the overall annual budget?

b. How much of the budget is for staffing?

c. How much of the budget is spent on resources and materials for play (e.g., toys)?
 
Answer To Question 16:
a. 2021-22 £30k
b. 2021-22 £30k
c. 2021-22 No specific budget is assigned but purchases of resources and materials are made from the wider Child Health Specialty budget, subject to need and reasonableness
 
Question Number 17:
Is there a budget available for training and development that play staff can access?

a. If yes, how much is this?
 
Answer To Question 17:
No specific budget is assigned, but Training and Development requirements are assessed at Child Health Specialty level and provided in the context of personal departmental priorities.
 
Question Number 18:
Do you have a guidance/policy on how Play should be delivered? If yes, please can you attach a copy of this or a link where it can be accessed
 
Answer To Question 18:
We don't have any guidance or policies at present.
Please see Attachments:
 
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