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  • Outlining the Nursing Now Campaign which aims to raise the status and profile of nursing to transform its perception
  • Discuss the role of ambassadors within the campaign and how they work with schools to encourage more young people into nursing
  • Exploring the projects that are helping to change the perceptions of nursing
  • Share a call to action and sketch out the plans for Year of the Nurse and Midwife 2020

Paul Vaughan, Head of Nursing Now England, NHS England and NHS Improvement (CONFIRMED)

  • Exploring the General Practice Nursing Ten Point Plan which aims to support the recruitment, retention and return of nurses in general practice
  • Outlining new routes and opportunities for recruiting nurses into both general practice and primary care networks
  • Sharing the challenges of retaining the nursing workforce within primary care and the skills and development needs to ensure a sustainable workforce into the future
  • Examining how primary care nursing fits within the aims of the NHS Long Term Plan

Karen Storey, National Primary Care Nursing Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement (CONFIRMED)

  • Exploring the Nursing and Midwifery Councils new Standards for Nurses and The Code after their first year of implementation in 2019
  • Outlining how nurses can ensure they meet the seven platforms within the new standards of proficiency to demonstrate the essential nursing skills, knowledge and attributes
  • Assessing the revalidation standards and processes and how to support nurses returning to work and throughout their professional development
  • Ensuring nursing standards help to support long-term health care provision

Geraldine Walters, Director of Education and Standards, Nursing and Midwifery Council (CONFIRMED)

  • Outlining the ‘All Our Health’ programme, which guides healthcare professionals in preventing illness, protecting health and promoting wellbeing through personalised care
  • Embedding prevention within day to day nursing practice to maximise impact on avoidable illness
  • Exploring the role of nurses in improving health outcomes and reducing health inequalities
  • Assessing the next steps for nursing leaders in delivering integrated care and community-led solutions to support resilience and independence for patients

Professor Jamie Waterall, Deputy Chief Nurse, Public Health England (CONFIRMED)

  • Sharing the progress of the Royal College of Nursing’s Safe Staffing Campaign which aims to have enough nursing staff with the right skills and knowledge in the right place at the right time
  • Discussing the principles for staffing for safe and effective care, including accountability, numbers, strategy, plans and education
  • Considering what nurses might do to support this agenda

Stephanie Aiken, Interim Operational Manager (Yorkshire and Humber region), Royal College of Nursing (CONFIRMED)

  • Outlining why nursing in social care needs a better profile and how to encourage more nurses into the social care setting
  • Exploring the different career pathways available to nurses including nursing associate programmes
  • Analysing how to instil digital confidence in nurses to effectively use technology and digital solutions to deliver effective health and social care

Liz Jones, Policy Director, National Care Forum (CONFIRMED)

  • Creating a leading programme in education and improved safety for staff which has become adopted by Health Education England as a national programme of education
  • Sharing the development of the ground breaking nasogastric tube e-learning tool that improves patient safety and reduces potential harm whilst training nurses
  • Using a whole systems approach through the e-learning tool to improve the confidence and competence of staff to ensure effective care

Winner of Patient Safety Improvement, Nursing Times Awards 2019

Tracy Earley, Consultant Nurse for Nutrition, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CONFIRMED)

Discuss with sector leaders how to develop effective programmes for the training of nurses, including: associate, apprenticeship and degree  and graduate entry programmes 

  • Discussing how to develop programmes which attract new nurses to improve recruitment and retention
  • Exploring ways to promote nursing as a career choice to people who have not traditionally considered nursing as a career
  • Sharing examples of best practice in the development of nursing associate and apprenticeship roles and how training was implemented
  • Exploring how to effectively work in partnership with universities to deliver outstanding learning and skill development
  • Outlining common challenges faced in the development of nursing training programmes and how to overcome these challenges

Katie Mansfield-Loynes, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester (CONFIRMED)
Annabel Coulson, Practice Learning Lead & Programme Leader for the LLR Nursing Associate Programme, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust (CONFIRMED)
Nigel Davies, Head of Pre-Registration Nursing and Simulated Learning, University of East London (CONFIRMED)

  • Establishing a bespoke programme of work which offers education, training and support to local registered managers and nursing leads through peer-to-peer learning
  • Improving care delivery through developing strong nursing leads and empowering care home managers
  • Developing a pilot project to support nursing homes with their quality improvement initiatives through a red bag scheme in order to deliver high quality care
  • Helping improve CQC ratings of care homes and becoming a cohesive collective across the city to ensure no care homes in the locality are now under sanctions

Lindsay Rugman, Enhanced Health into Care Homes Manager (Quality Team), Southampton City CCG (CONFIRMED)
Carol Alstrom, Associate Director of Quality/Deputy Chief Nurse, NHS Southampton City Commissioning Group/Southampton City Council Integrated Commissioning Unit (CONFIRMED)

  • Working to develop GP placements for pre-registered nurses to allow students to experience General Practice Nursing
  • Tackling the shortage of nurses within general practice, specifically within rural regions to encourage recruitment and retention of GPNs
  • Providing additional training for existing mentors to allow more practices to offer final management placements and facilitate student exposure to general practice (review of pilot to support management placements for Pre-registration students)
  • Supporting future recruitment and retention of nurses with the right skills for general practice

Nicki Walsh, Programme Lead and International Associate, Undergraduate Programme Lead (Nursing) Bishop Grosseteste University (CONFIRMED)
Gill Beardmore, Primary Care Nurse Workforce Lead, Health Education England (CONFIRMED)

  • Outlining the Co-ordination Centre Programme which reduces the time people spend in hospital by improving bed management and giving staff more time to care for patients
  • Sharing how the Co-Ordination Centre Programme uses 4,000 sensors to create a real-time picture of the entire hospital and allows for senior nurses to focus on leadership
  • Delivering high-quality nursing care whilst dealing with the challenge of ensuring efficient patient flow
  • Engaging and communicating with staff to ensure a smooth process in adopting new technologies

Winner of Technology and Data in Nursing, Nursing Times Awards 2019

Alison Kelly, Director of Nursing and Quality, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (invited)

*programme subject to change

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