Nursing Workforce: Quality care in a multidisciplinary team
13 Feb 2013
Broadcast from Central London

Headline Speakers

The coming 12 months will see nursing face a series of questions about its practice, structure and regulation and working in multidisciplinary teams. A number of solutions are being developed anticipating major reports. This is a difficult and challenging environment for nursing and nursing workforce recruitment, requiring structural, ethical and quality changes. How do we make nursing an attractive and flexible profession to meet the workforce needs of the next 3 decades?

This conference will address:

  • The Francis Report - due to be published early in the New Year and is expected to raise profound questions about multi-professional system failure in health care
  • The Willis Commission Report on nurse education
  • The Chief Nursing Officer’s consultation paper on Developing the culture of compassionate care
  • The work of the Nursing and Care Quality Forum New leadership at The Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • The move to local government funding of public health and many community nursing services

 

                                 

Programme
09:55
Professor Ieuan Ellis, Chair, The Council of Deans of Health; Dean, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences; Professor in Healthcare Education, Leeds Metropolitan University
Welcome and introduction from the conference chair

10:05
Dr Peter Carter OBE, Chief Executive & General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing
Rising to the challenge: ensuring quality

10:25
Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England, and the National Commissioning Board Authority
Developing a culture of compassionate care

10:40
Panel discussion: A workforce to ensure quality: the challenge for nursing
The above speakers will be joined by:
Ruth Holt, Director of Nursing, NHS Confederation and
Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute.

11:15
Break
11:45
Peter Sharp, Chief Executive, Centre for Workforce Intelligence
Nursing in 2030: the future workforce:
balancing need, demand, supply against right people, right place, and doing right things.

12:00
Professor Viv Bennett, DH Director of Nursing and Government's Principal Adviser on Public Health Nursing
Demand in community nursing, care of elderly and long term conditions

12:15
Helen Bullers, Director of Organisational Development and Communications, NHS Commissioning Board
Regional and local workforce planning in a changing market

12:30
Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices
A patient and carer perspective

12:45
Panel discussion: Demand factors – the changing landscape
Above speakers plus:
Professor Brian J Webster, Assistant Dean, Faculty of Health, Life and Social Sciences, Edinburgh Napier University; Chair of the Scottish Heads of Academic Nursing and Allied Health Professions; Executive member Council of Deans of Health

13:15
Break
14:15
Dr Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing, Health Education England
Supporting multiprofessional education and training for the whole workforce

14:30
Lord Willis of Knaresborough, Independent Commission on Nursing Education
The future nursing workforce: right education, right skills

14:45
Tim Gilpin, Cluster Director of Workforce and Education, NHS North of England
The role of Local Education and Training Boards in education commissioning for a multiprofessional workforce

15:00
Panel discussion: Meeting the demand: solutions-based approach
Above speakers will be joined by:
John Rogers, Chief Executive, Skills for Health

15:30
Break
16:00
Seminar Sessions:
One of the following seminar sessions will be broadcast live

16:00
Professor Carol Baxter CBE, Head of Equality, Diversity and Human Rights, NHS Employers
Personal, fair and diverse campaign: one year on

16:00
Delivering a shared purpose: creating a person centered culture through clinical leadership
Carrie Jackson, Director, England Centre for Practice Development, Canterbury Christ Church University;
Dr Kim Manley, Associate Director Transformational Research and Practice Development, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust.

16:45
End of broadcast