Hearing and reflecting on lived experiences is central to ensuring midwifery care effectively supports families in the transition to parenthood.
However, midwifery education is intense, time pressured, content and NMC competency specific so for students engaging with women’s lived experience is often limited to routine postnatal visits. Student NT editor for midwifery, Holly Morse, explains more…
The two day agenda is divided into two main themes. Day 1’s theme is Efficiency and Quality: Striking the Balance, whilst day 2 will address Workforce Transformation.
Expect a dynamic two day schedule, designed to address the big questions facing chief nurses and director of nurses. Through interactive panel discussions, short and sharp case studies and networking opportunities, we will tackle key topics including:
The removal of the student bursary
The nursing associate role
The role of NHS Improvement
Finding efficiencies and maintaining quality
Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to discuss the challenging topics with our unmissable line-up on speakers:
Jim Mackey, Chief Executive, NHS Improvement
Ruth May, Director of Nursing, NHS Improvement
Elaine Inglesby-Burke CBE, Executive Nurse Director, Salford Royal NHS Foundation
Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing, Health Education England
Dame Eileen Sills, Chief Nurse, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Ellen Armistead, Deputy Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Care Quality Commission
With this year representing an unprecedented time of change for healthcare professionals, don’t miss this opportunity to advance nursing strategy through collaboration with your peers at this year’s congress.
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