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Healthcare at Home: transition to community nursing practice #qni2013
25 Sep 2013

The call to strengthen care in the home and community is becoming louder. Key to increasing care at home and in the community is innovation and the movement of resources from acute care to the community.

This conference will explore how we can better serve patients, their families and carers in the home through new ways of commissioning, providing, and developing the workforce.   

The event will see the launch of the QNI online resource ‘Transition to Community Nursing Practice’ – a resource to support nurses moving to the community setting.

Partnered by:

Kate Billingham CBE, Chair of Council, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
Introduction from the Chair

Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
Where is nursing in the home and community today?

Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices
Patients first and foremost: what do patients say about care in the home and community?

Rob Webster, Chief Executive, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
Is this the end of hospital care as we know it?

Eileen Sills CBE, Chief Nurse and Director of Patient Experience, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Can a hospital run a community nursing service?

Panel discussion and questions
Hilary Garratt, Director of Nursing, NHS England
How do we get the commissioning right for an integrated community nursing service?

What's on now:
Dr Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing, Health Education England
How do we get the education right for the community nursing workforce?

Professor Ieuan Ellis, Chair, Council of Deans of Health; Dean, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences; Professor in Healthcare Education, Leeds Metropolitan University
How can universities support the development of the community nursing workforce?

Panel discussion and questions
Parallel Seminar 1: The use of social media in engaging the patient voice
Chair: Dr John Unsworth QN; QNI Fellow: Principal Lecturer/National Teaching Fellow, Department of Healthcare, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University;
Anne Cooper, National Clinical Lead for Nursing, Health and Social Care Information Centre;
Jo France, School Nurse Practice Teacher, Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust.

Parallel Seminar 2: Supporting nurses to work in the community setting
Chair: Professor Elizabeth Perkins, QNI Trustee; William Rathbone VI Chair of Community Nursing Research, Director, Health and Community Care Research Unit, Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool;
Sharon Aldridge-Bent QN, Senior Lecturer & District Nurse Lead;
Agnes Fanning QN, Head of Department of Primary Care & Public Health, Buckinghamshire New University.

Parallel Seminar 3: Innovative use of technology in the community
Chair: Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute;
DN workforce planning tool;
Kay Durrant QN, Head of Service District Nursing, NHS Stockport;
How technology has improved the patient experience;
Firas Sarhan, Director of Centre of Excellence for Telehealth and Living;

Parallel Seminar 4: What is a quality measure in the community?
Chair: Sandra Lawton QN, QNI Fellow;
Ben Bowers QN, Community Cancer Specialist Nurse, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust;
Jan Keauffling MBE, QN, Nurse for Homeless & Vulnerable Adults, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board.

Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
The QNI: a national voice for community nurses

Kate Billingham CBE, Chair of Council, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
Conference summation

End of broadcast
Launch of QNI online resource
Baroness Julia Cumberlege CBE, QNI Fellow


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