Nursing Quality Preparing for change #nursquality
13 Sep 2012

Headline Speakers

Join Sally Brearley and a host of other nursing experts who will map out the policy and practice for the challenges facing nursing and care this autumn.

Dr Peter Carter will address the main conference live from Manchester on the challenges facing the NHS.

With the second Francis report due on Mid Staffordshire, the work of the Nursing and Care Quality Forum underway, and the regulatory structures for professionals under review, presentations will help you prepare and bechmark your policy and organisation against best practice in preparation for the scrutiny and public debate about the quality of care.

 

Programme
10:00
Jean Gray, Editor-in-Chief, Nursing Standard
Chair's opening remarks

10:10
Sally Brearley, Chair, Nursing and Care Quality Forum
Making best practice common practice

10:30
Professor Judith Ellis MBE, Interim Chair, Nursing and Midwifery Council; Executive Dean, Faculty of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University
Empowering nurse leadership

10:50
Ann Farenden, National Professional Advisor, Regulatory Development, Care Quality Commission
Raising standards of care

11:10
Panel discussion: Session 1
11:40
Break
12:10
Kate Sanders, Practice Development Facilitator, Foundation of Nursing Studies; Managing Editor, International Practice Development Journal; Honorary Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church University
Creating caring cultures

12:25
Jean Gray, Editor in Chief, Nursing Standard
The care campaign

12:40
Panel discussion Above speakers joined by:
The above speakers will be joined by Ashley Brooks, National Patient Champion and Patient Leader for the National Health Service Institute for Innovation and Improvement (NHSI)

13:10
Break
14:15
Dr Peter Carter, Chief Executive and General Secretary, The Royal College of Nursing
The challenges facing our NHS - Live from Manchester Satellite Conference

14:30
Sunita Morris, Senior Lecturer in Nursing/Teacher Fellow Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Leeds Metropolitan University
Taking care: evidence-based recruitment and selection to ensure quality of entrants into nursing

14:45
Gail Adams, Head of Nursing, Unison; Chair, Mary Seacole Committee
Minimum nurse-to-patient ratios as a means to improving care

15:00
Panel discussion
15:15
Break
15:45
Dr Win Tadd, School of Social Sciences, University of Cardiff
Dignity in care of the elderly in hospital and independent sector

15:45
Ashley Brooks, National Patient Champion and Patient Leader for the National Health Service Institute for Innovation and Improvement (NHSI)
Five minutes of wisdom: sharing what you personally do to enhance the patient experience

16:30
End of broadcast