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How can contemporary nurses deliver person centred care? / QNI Homeless Health

How can contemporary nurses deliver person centred care? / QNI Homeless Health

How can contemporary nurses deliver person centred care? / QNI Homeless Health

Friday, November 30, 2018

QNI Homeless Health

9.15am - 4.30pm

Adelphi House, The Crescent, University of Salford, Salford, M3 6EN

This QNI Homeless Health event will bring together nursing students, educators, researchers and practitioners in homeless healthcare to learn and share ideas. The day aims to educate, inspire, and connect people with a passion for improving healthcare for some of the most vulnerable people in our society.
 
Thanks to funding from the Oak Foundation and the Queen’s Nursing Institute, the event is free to attend. If you want to attend you must book your place by 21 November.
 
If you book and can no longer attend you must inform the Queen’s Nursing Institute, if at all possible. Each place at the event involves spending valuable charitable funds and ‘no-shows’ on the day can cost the charity valuable funds which could have been spent on other people attending.
 
The day is organised by the Queen’s Nursing Institute and hosted by the University of Salford.
 
Topics and Speakers:
 
  • Homeless Health Nurses, pioneers of integrated practice, David Parker-Radford, Homeless Health Programme Manager, The QNI
  • How we deliver person centred care, Presentations from the nurses in the Homeless Health Network
  • Standards for the future nurse, Ann Trotter, Assistant Director: Education and Standards, Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Evidence on co-ordinating hospital discharge for people who are homeless, Dr Michelle Cornes, Senior Research Fellow, Social Care Workforce Research Unit, Kings College London
  • Ensuring person centred care through The Homelessness Reduction Act - duty to refer and the rough sleeping initiative, TBC
  • What works in integrated homeless healthcare? Centre for Homelessness Impact 
  • Using filmmaking to improve the mental health of young LGBT people in homelessness, Carin Tunaker, Porchlight 
  • Creative arts as a tool to improve mental wellbeing of people who are homeless, Nicky Goulder, CEO Create and QNI Trustee 
  • Problem gambling and homelessness,Victoria Sharman QN, Community Clinical Nurse Lead, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
 
People who attend will receive a certificate of attendance upon completing feedback.
Please register for the event here.
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