Workshops

Day One - 17 September 2019

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Return to Practice

Amanda Cheesley

Amanda is a speaker at Nursing Careers & Jobs Fair
Professional Lead for Long Term Conditions and End of Life Care, Royal College of Nursing
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Talk by RCNi Nurse of the Year 2019

Listen to a talk by Opthamology matron, Taurai Matare of Barts Health and winner of this year's RCNi Nurse of the Year on her career journey and how she transformed her unit and the care it provides by developing it's care pathways and workforce over the past 14 years.

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Preceptorship - Why you should find the best start

This workshop will help newly and nearly qualified nurses to thrive during their first year of nursing and understand what their new employer can provide for them.

Mark Coningsby
Mark Coningsby, Preceptorship Academy & University Lead, Elysium Healthcare
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International Health: managing the care of patients who are on the move

Talk by International SOS

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Financial education

Sandra Bennett lead nurse
Sandra Bennett, Lead Nurse, Barts Health NHS
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Leadership and developing multicultural teams

Sandra Bennett lead nurse
Sandra Bennett, Lead Nurse, Barts Health NHS

Day Two - 18 September 2019

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Return to Practice

Amanda Cheesley

Amanda is a speaker at Nursing Careers & Jobs Fair
Professional Lead for Long Term Conditions and End of Life Care, Royal College of Nursing
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Acute Stroke – developing a nurse practitioner team in a developing service

Chris Sanders, Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Acute Stroke, Wessex Neurological Centre, University Hospital Southampton

Chris is a speaker at Nursing Careers & Jobs Fair
Advanced Nurse Practitioner in Acute Stroke
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Careers in Adult Social Care -My Journey since leaving the NHS.

Talk by Lindsay Rees RGN, Clinical Manager (Colten Care) winner of the RCNi 2019 Nursing Older People Award 

Colten Care are a private family owned company with just over 1000 beds across 21 nursing homes in the South West of England. Lindsay is one of two clinical managers at Colten Care who are responsible for the clinical governance across the group. Her role in the regional quality assurance team is to support the homes to achieve a rating of Good or Outstanding with CQC and to ensure that the residents in the nursing homes experience evidence based high quality clinical care. 

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Forensic Mental Health Nursing

Mark Coningsby
Mark Coningsby, Preceptorship Academy & University Lead, Elysium Healthcare
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Becoming a successful healthcare entrepreneur

angela stewart nurture care

Angela Stewart, mother of three with over 30 years children’s nursing experience in the NHS, saw the gap in the market in caring for children with complex health needs within the community and founded NurtureCare in 2013.

Growing from a spare room in her house to an award winning multi-million pound business in a prime Nottingham city location in under five years, Angela has been the catalyst that expanded NurtureCare to over four counties and shows no signs of slowing down.

Having recently added Nurture Academy, a specialist training division, to her portfolio of successful ventures, Angela now has her sights firmly set to national, international expansion and the opening of the first NurtureCare Respite Care Home.

Angela Stewart, CEO/Registered Manager, Nurturecare