Developing the Role of Nursing Associates - September 2018 - HCUK
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Role of Nursing Associate in Practice

Date: 11 September 2018
Time: 09:00 until 16:30
Length: 1 day
Venue: Birmingham City Football Ground, St. Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium , Birmingham , West Midlands,

With the first wave of nursing associates in training programmes across 11 test sites, come together with other NHS colleagues to hear lessons learnt and best practice advice to ensure your trainees are supported and effective in their role once they qualify. Be updated on the qualification and regulation status, learn how to achieve a balanced service, develop education for nursing associates and further your knowledge of their function in improving patient experience.

Programme sessions, themes and workshops

Trainee nursing associates experiences to-date and their view on what the future will hold Debbie Jurasz, Assistant Director of Workforce Development, Barts Health NHS Trust
Discover how the local story reflects the progress of the Nursing Associate programme Beverley Geary, Chief Nurse, York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Jean Hayles, Deputy Lead Nurse, North of England, Health Education England
Case study: The nursing associate journey: implementing and adapting to the new role Catherine Price-Hazlehurst, Professional Lead for Trainee Nursing Associate, Claire Roberts, Clinical Educator for Nursing Associate, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
How the nursing associate programme works in practice: from academic to holistic education Annabel Coulson, Programme Leader and Practice Learning Lead, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
The nursing associate programme from concept to reality: implementation in a mental health trust Tammy Young, Lead Nurse for Bolton, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Janine Archer, Programme Lead: FdSc Nursing Associate, University of Salford
Creating a person centred role: building the programme and implementing lived experience connectors Katie Mansfield-Loynes, Senior Lecturer, University of Chester Debbi Howard, Head of Education, Wirral Community NHS Foundation Trust

Fees:

£399+VAT 1 place for NHS, public sector, charities and private hospitals staff
£299+VAT 2/3 places for NHS, public sector, charities and private hospitals staff
£279+VAT 4 or more places for NHS, public sector, charities and private hospitals staff
£699+VAT 1 place for all commercial organisations
£599+VAT 2/3 places for all commercial organisations

Contact Information:

For further information, application, registration and booking forms, please apply to the event organiser:

Name: Sophie Richardson
Address:
10 Churchill Square
Kings Hill
West Malling
Kent
ME19 4YU

Tel: 01732 897788
Email: sophie.richardson@sbk-events.co.uk
Website: http://www.sbk-healthcare.co.uk/home/title/2255/nhsconference/role-of-the-nursing-associate-in-practice-/

Continuing Education Accreditation

CPD Available: A certificate of Continuing Professional Development will be given to each participant who completes the conference, as a record of your training and development

Advertising Sponsorship Exhibition Opportunities

For opportunities to exhibit at this event please contact Sanjay Singh. sanjay.singh@sbk-events.co.uk

Submitted by Georgina Bone on Thursday, 12 July, 2018 09:07:05 GMT

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