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RCN International

Centenary Conference
Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23
November 2016
QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

Shaping nursing since 1916

TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2016

08.0014.00

Registration
Welcome
Keynote sessions

Time

Event

08.00

Registration, exhibition, poster viewing and refreshments

09.15

Welcome
Cecilia Anim, President, Royal College of Nursing, UK

09.25

Chairs opening remarks


Janet Davies, Chief Executive & General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing, UK

09.45

Keynote session
James Campbell, Director, Heath Workforce, World Health Organization, UK

10.30

Refreshment break, exhibition and poster viewing

11.15

An exciting future for nurses and nursing


Maureen Bisognano, President Emerita and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, USA

12.00

Education and eliminating violence against women


Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Under Secretary-General and Executive Director, UN Women, USA

12.45

Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing

14.00

Concurrent session 1 (20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)

TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 1

14.0015.30

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Society, communities, relationships, Technology and innovation, Conflicts disaster and recovery
Theme

14.00

14.30

15.00

15.30

1.1
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

1.1.1
Embodied practice:
rediscovering the
heart of nursing
Professor Jan Draper,
Professor of Nursing,
The Open University, UK

1.1.2
Sponsored session

1.1.3
Medical justice:
seeking better care
for pregnant detainees
Morag Forbes,
Volunteer Midwife,
Medical Justice, UK

1.1.4
The Macmillan Nurse:
yesterday, today
and in the future
Grainne Kavanagh,
Head of Professional
Engagement, Macmillan
Cancer Support, UK and
Adrienne Betteley, Interim
Head of Health and Social
Care, Macmillan Cancer
Support, UK

1.2
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

1.2.1
Using person-centred KPIs
to improve care
Professor Tanya McCance,
Director - Institute of Nursing
and Health Research,
Ulster University, UK

1.2.2
Supportive self-management
- roots to results
Lindsay Welch (Salim),
ICOPD Team Lead,
Solent NHS Trust, UK

1.2.3
The use of motivational
interviewing in community
and public health nursing to
facilitate behaviour
Patricia Day, Senior lecturer,
Sheffield Hallam University,
UK

1.2.4
Collaborative pathway
to reduce unplanned
admissions in
Multiple Sclerosis
Debbie Quinn, Head of
Professional Development,
Northamptonshire Healthcare
NHS Foundation Trust, UK

1.3
Technology
and innovation
Room:
Chair:

1.3.1
The next hundred years:
what foresight tells us
about nursing futures
Robert Madelin,
Senior Innovation Adviser,
European Commission,
Belgium

1.3.2
Patient-centred strategy to
reduce donor blood wastage
Sarah Beuschel, Transfusion
Practitioner, Aneurin Bevan
University Health Board, UK

1.3.3
The role of an Advanced
Nurse Practitioner in
todays hospital: from a
critical care perspective
Suman Shrestha,
Advanced Nurse Practitioner,
ICU, Frimley Park Hospital,
UK

1.3.4
Rethinking and redesigning
the academic preparation
of nurse administrators
and system leaders
Michael Villeneuve,
Program Lead and Lecturer,
Lawrence S. Bloomberg
Faculty of Nursing,
University of Toronto, Canada

1.4
Technology
and innovation
Room:
Chair:

1.4.1
Learning resources for
nurses in the digital age
Dr Caroline Shuldham,
Chair of the Editorial
Advisory Board, RCNi, UK

1.4.2
Building a New Front
Door Improving pathways
for suspected first seizure
patients
Malisa Pierri, Clinical Nurse
Specialist in Epilepsy,
Alan Richens Unit /Welsh
Epilepsy Centre,
Cardiff and Vale University
Health Board, UK

1.4.3
MHealth and frontline
nurses: The medic
mobile experience
Jay Evans, Regional Director
Asia, Kathmandu, Nepal

1.4.4
Blended learning for
safeguarding training
Zoe Clark, Senior Lecturer
Childrens Nursing,
Kingston University, UK

1.5
Conflicts,
disaster and
recovery
Room:
Chair:

1.5.1
Healing in an epidemic
of suffering
Catherine Bedford,
Psychiatric Nurse/Family
Support Centre Coordinator,
Modilon General Hospital,
Madang,
Papua New Guinea

1.6
Conflicts,
disaster and
recovery
Room:
Chair:

1.6.1
The role of nurses and
midwives in the response
to Ebola
Hossinatu Kanu,
Chief Nursing Officer,
Ministry of Health and
Sanitation, Sierra Leone

1.5.2
Symposium
This is Defence Nursing
Chris Carter, Chair, Defence Nursing Forum,
Royal College of Nursing, British Army, UK
Bridget Malkin, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health,
Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University, UK
Claire Wilcox-Tolley, Lecturer, Faculty of Health,
Education and Life Sciences,
Birmingham City University, UK
Flt Lt Laura Hodson, Emergency Nurse, Royal Air Force, 4626
Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, RAF Brize Norton, UK
Major Nicola Corkish, Regional Occupational Health Advisor,
Tidworth, UK
Major Debra Ritsperis QARANC, Deputy Officer Commanding
Nursing, Defence Medical Group South, UK

1.5.3
Do military simulation
exercises add value to
military undergraduate
student nurse education?
Chris Carter, Nursing Officer/
Nurse Tutor, Defence School
of Healthcare Education/
Department of Healthcare
Education, UK and Major
Sue Viveash QARANC,
Nurse Educator, Defence
School of Healthcare
Education, Department of
Healthcare Education UK

1.6.2
Ebola
Rose Gallagher,
Head of Standards,
Knowledge and Innovation,
Royal College of Nursing, UK

1.6.4
Characteristics and values
of a British military nurse
Alan Finnegan, Professor
of Nursing & Military Mental
Health, Director of the
Westminster Centre for
Research & Innovation
in Veterans Wellbeing,
University of Chester, UK

1.6.3
Session TBC

TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 1

14.0015.30

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Populations, health and economic growth
Knowledge for change and improvement

Theme

14.00

14.30

15.00

15.30

1.7.1
The role of the Admiral
Nurse in the dementia
pathway: models for
future practice
Hilda Hayo,
Chief Admiral Nurse
& CEO of Dementia UK, UK

1.7.2
Nursing at the heart of
delivering improved health
nationally and globally
Jason Warriner,
Clinical Services Director,
The Sussex Beacon, UK and
Helen Donovan, Professional
Lead for Public Health
Nursing,
Royal College of Nursing, UK

1.7.3
Ageing management and
nurses well-being:
a multicentre study in
hospitals and nursing homes
in Milan
Dr Loris Bonetti, Tutor nurse,
Bachelor School of Nursing,
Teaching Hospital Luigi
Sacco, Milan, Italy

1.7.4
Session tbc

1.8.1
Dads, kids and sexuality
communication: an unlikely
alliance with populations,
health and growth?
Clare Bennett, Research
Fellow, University of
Worcester, UK

1.8.2
Better care in the community
Beth Griffiths,
Senior Lecturer in
Advanced Practice,
Swansea University, UK

1.8.3
Mindfulness-based
interventions for people
with ankylosing spondylitis
Dr Helen Davies,
Lecturer in Nursing,
Swansea University, UK

1.8.4
Session tbc

1.9
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

1.9.1
Ethical considerations and
complexities for military
nurses and ways
to overcome them
Dr Janet Kelly,
Lecturer in Healthcare
Law and Ethics,
University of Hull, UK

1.9.2
How can nurses help gypsies
and travellers access the
immunisations they want?
Dr Louise Condon,
Associate Professor,
Swansea University, UK

1.9.3
Examining a nursing quality
indicator (NQI) framework
in evidencing the quality of
nursing care
Dr Dawn Connolly,
Nursing Governance
Co-ordinator/Research
Project, Southern HSC Trust,
UK

1.9.4
Session tbc

1.10
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

1.10.1
Stress and resilience
in Executive Directors
of Nursing in England
and Wales in the wake
of the Francis Inquiry
Professor Daniel Kelly,
Chair of Nursing Research,
Royal College of Nursing and
Cardiff University, UK

1.10.2
What is the quality of end
of life care for those who die
at home? A study to explore
the views and experiences of
bereaved carers
Dr Carolyn Lees,
Senior Lecturer,
John Moores University, UK

1.10.3
A service evaluation project
to explore patient satisfaction
associated with specified
clinicians in colorectal two
week wait clinics
Karen Cock, Lead Colorectal
Specialist Nurse, Royal
Cornwall Hospital Trust, UK

1.10.4
Partnerships, policy and
safe nursing frameworks
making safe staffing a
commissioning priority
Siobhan McIntyre,
Regional Lead Nurse
Consultant, Public Health
Agency Northern Ireland, UK

1.7
Populations,
health and
economic
growth
Room:
Chair:

1.8
Populations,
health and
economic
growth
Room:
Chair:

1.11
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

16.00

1.11.1
Symposium
Research and Innovation in the RCN building the evidence base, building relationships
Public health survey: The value of the nursing contribution
Anda Bayliss, Research & Innovation (Evidence) Manager, Royal College of Nursing, UK
Rapid evidence review of infusion therapy: A case of informed standards development
Anda Bayliss
Rapid evidence review: The patients perspectives of infusion therapy
Anda Bayliss
Getting to the core of the supervisory ward sister role using a constructivist grounded theory approach
Lynne Currie, Research and Innovation Analyst, Royal College of Nursing, UK
Perceptions and expectations of clinical services accreditation by current and potential users
Tommy Cheng, Research and Innovation Analyst, Anda Bayliss and Lynne Currie, Royal College of Nursing, UK
Refreshment break, exhibition and poster viewing

TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 2

16.3017.30

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Society, communities, relationships, Technology and innovation, Populations, health and economic growth
Professional Development, Conflicts, disaster and recovery

Theme
2.1
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

2.2
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair

16.30

17.00

17.30

2.1.1
Womens experiences of mental
and physical health issues
in accessing and receiving care
Dr Nicky Lambert, Associate Professor,
Middlesex University, UK

2.1.2
A celebration of community nursing
over the last 100 years
Dr Crystal Oldman, Chief Executive,
The Queens Nursing Institute, UK

2.1.3
Exploring the use of cultural safety
in nurse education
Dr Jim Richardson, Senior Lecturer
(Childrens Nursing),
Faculty of Health, Social Care and
Education, Kingston University and
St Georges, University of London, UK

2.2.1
Workshop
Retired nurse volunteers support vulnerable adults in care homes and hospital
Tanya Strange, Divisional Nurse, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, UK

2.2.2
The art of nursing: compassion
and equality in emergency care
Kerry Anne Wykes,
Practice Development Nurse,
Emergency Department,
Whittington Health, London, UK

2.3
Technology
and
innovation
Room:
Chair:

2.3.1
Nursing in a digital world
Gerry Bolger

2.3.2
Lets get together - Innovation in action:
NI hospice specialist nurses
spearhead the use of ECHO
Susan Foster , Head of Education/
Lecturer of Palliative Care,
Northern Ireland Hospice, Belfast, UK

2.3.3
Development of an ECG MOOC
for healthcare practitioners
Joanne Gregory, Associate Professor,
Kingston University and St Georges
University of London, UK

2.4
Professional
development
Room:
Chair:

2.4.1
Leadership development
The RCN clinical leadership programme
Dr Anne Corrin, Interim Head of Education,
Royal College of Nursing, UK

2.4.2
Leadership development
The RCN political leadership programme
Dr Anne Corrin, Interim Head of
Education, Royal College of Nursing, UK

2.4.3
Leadership development
The RCN introduction to leadership
Dr Anne Corrin, Interim Head of
Education, Royal College of Nursing, UK

2.5
Conflicts,
disaster and
recovery
Room:
Chair:

2.6
Populations,
health and
economic
growth
Room:
Chair:

2.5.1
Symposium
Nurses work in conflicts and disasters; the road to recovery from 1914 to 2016
A gathering of strangers; A Scottish womens hospital, the emerging conflict of 1914
Dr Alison ODonnell, Retired Hononary Lecturer, University of Dundee, UK
The high roads of the war: Nurses work on ambulance trains in the First World War
Professor Christine Hallett, Professor of Nursing History and Director UK Centre History of Nursing, University of Manchester, UK
From shell-shock to PTSD - nursing care and approaches
Dr Claire Chatterton, Staff Tutor, Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Open University, Manchester, UK
So stirred - with pity shame remorse also an increased desire to help:
Humanitarian nursing with the liberated inmates of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, Spring 1945
Dr Jane Brooks, Lecturer, School of Nursing Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester, UK
Nurses work in Northern Ireland; From the Troubles in 1969 to recovery in 2016
Margaret Graham, Retired Commissioning Manager, Belfast, UK
2.6.1
Symposium
The Community Nurse research strategy for Wales: developing knowledge for change and improvement
The role of the community nursing research strategy national (CNRS) coordinator
Dr Carolyn Wallace, Reader Integrated Care, University of South Wales, UK
Creating an opportunity for community nurses to develop an outline study design in north Wales
Professor Joyce Kenkre, Professor Primary Care, University of South Wales, UK
Working together to develop the family resilience assessment instrument and tool for health visitors
Georgina Jones, Health Visitor, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg, University Health Board, UK
Using Rasch analysis to validate a community-based patient complexity instrument
Sue Thomas, PhD student (RCBC), University South Wales, UK
Managing the knowledge needed to manage medicines
Dr Sue Jordan, Reader, Swansea University, UK

TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 2

16.3017.30

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Society, communities, relationships
Technology and innovation
Populations, health and economic growth
Theme

16.30

17.00

17.30

2.7
Populations,
health and
economic
growth
Room:
Chair:

2.7.1
All our health - healthcare professionals;
a vital resource for improving
the health of individuals
Professor Viv Bennett, Chief Nurse,
Public Health England, UK

2.7.2
The role of nurses and midwives in
prevention and population health
Joanne Bosanquet MBE,
Deputy Director of Nursing, Public
Health England, London region, UK

2.7.3
Leaders or laggards?
Nurse education employment
in Malta over the last few decades
Dr Maria Cassar, Senior Lecturer,
University of Malta, Malta

2.8
Knowledge
for change
and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

2.8.1
Childrens cancer nursing
past, present and future
Angela Houlston,
Matron, The Childrens Hospital,
Oxford, UK

2.8.2
A jewel in the crown of the NHS:
the evolution of a specialist
trophoblastic service in Sheffield
Jane Ireson, Clinical Nurse Specialist
Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield, UK

2.8.3
Keeping frail and elderly people
safely at home
Jenny Jarvis, Clinical Lead Community
Treatment Team, Grays Court
Community Hospital, Dagenham, UK

2.9.1
ANAs health risk appraisal: insight into
RN health, safety, and wellness
Holly Carpenter, Policy Associate,
American Nurses Association, USA
and Mary Jo Assi, Director,
Nursing Practice & Work Environment,
American Nurses Association, USA

2.9.2
Clinical research nursing:
innovations in nursing practice
Jennifer Allison,
Research Nurse Manager,
National Institute for Health Research,
Wellcome Trust Clinical Research
Facility, Biomedical Research Centre
Respiratory Biomedical Research Unit,
Southampton Centre for Biomedical
Research, UK

2.9.3
Going the extra mile
Theresa Fyffe, Director,
Royal College of Nursing - Scotland, UK

2.9
Knowledge
for change
and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

2.10
Knowledge
for change
and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

2.11
Knowledge
for change
and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

2.10.1
Symposium
Building, assuring, sharing and using knowledge for change and improvement
RCN Knowledge and Innovation Action Plan 20142018
Dave OCarroll, Programme Manager, and Ann McMahon, Research and Innovation Manager, Royal College of Nursing, UK
Leading, influencing and collaborating with our members and other stakeholders
Dave OCarroll
Making an economic case for nurse-led service innovation
Ann McMahon and Dr Chih Hoong Sin, Director, Business Development, OPM, UK
Unpacking impact
Professor Julie Taylor, Professor of Child Protection, University of Birmingham, UK,
Professor Daniel Kelly, Chair of Nursing Research, Royal College of Nursing, and Cardiff University, UK,
Professor Bridie Kent, Professor in Leadership in Nursing, Plymouth University, UK,
Ann McMahon and Professor Michael Traynor, Professor of Nursing Policy, Middlesex University, UK
2.11.1
Evaluation of the National Infection
Prevention and Control Manual
Jackie McIntyre, Senior Nurse Infection
Control, Health Protection Scotland, UK

2.11.2
Session tbc

18.00

Close of day one

18.3020.30

Social event RCN HQ, 20 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0RN

WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2016

08.0011.45

Registration
Welcome
Keynote sessions

Time

Event

08.00

Registration, exhibition, poster viewing and refreshments

09.00

Chairs opening remarks


Christine Hancock, Director, C3 Collaborating for Health, UK

09.30

These shoes were made for walking...


Matt King OBE, Patient advocate, UK

10.15

A window on the future


Dr Susan Hamer, Director of Nursing, Learning and Organisational Development for the NIHR Clinical Research Network
(NIHR CRN), UK

11.00

Refreshment break, exhibition and poster viewing

11.45

Keynote session
Dr Frances Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, International Council of Nurses, Geneva, Switzerland

WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 3

12.3013.00

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Society, communities, relationships, Technology and innovation, Knowledge for change and improvement
Theme

12.30

13.00

3.1
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

3.1.1
Not wanting to upset the heart of palliative care nursing
in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Dr Nicola Ayers, Palliative Care Advisor,
Federal Ministry of Health, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

3.1.2
Back to the future:
delivering person centred care in the home
Jean Donaldson, Associate Director of
Nursing Long Term Condition,
NHS Lanarkshire, UK

3.2
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

3.2.1
Developing peer social support in UK prisons
Warren Stewart, Senior Lecturer, University of Brighton, UK

3.2.2
Theoretical basis of partnership in global health
nursing practice
Professor Michele Upvall, University of Central Florida, USA

3.3
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

3.3.1
Womens Health in Europe from Research to Healthcare delivery
Peggy McGuire,
Director General, European Institute of Womens Health,
Ireland

3.3.2
Sponsored session

3.4
Technology
and innovation
Room:
Chair:

3.4.1
Increasing reach of HIV screening in the ED
through a bundled nursing and EMR intervention
Madeleine Whalen, Registered Clinical Nurse,
Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA

3.4.2
The challenges and added value of
electronic observations on nursing practice
Dr Alexandra R Lang, Human Factors Research Fellow,
University of Nottingham, UK

3.5
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

3.5.1
Symposium
A celebration of the last 100 years of nursing education and nurse educators;
an exploration of the potential developments for the next 100 years
Anne Corrin, Interim Head of Education, Royal College of Nursing, UK andPauline Walsh, Head of School Nursing and Midwifery,
Keele University, and Chair, Education Forum, Royal College of Nursing, UK

3.6
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

3.6.1
Professional framework for emergency care nursing
Frances Cannon, Senior Professional Officer, NIPEC, UK

3.6.2
Nurse Led Thromboprophylaxis Re-assessment tool
to improve the safety of hospitalised patients
in a Welsh Health Board
Andrea Croft, Lead Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Anticoagulation, Thromboprophylaxis Project Lead,
Welsh Nurse Director, Thrombosis UK,
Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend, UK

3.7
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

3.7.1
Advanced roles:
lessons learnt from U.S. healthcare middle grade system
Sara Dalby, Surgical Care Practitioner,
Aintree University Hospital, UK

3.7.2
Session tbc

3.8
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

3.8.1
Innovation in education provision and CPD
for nurses and midwives in Northern Ireland
Maurice Devine, Assistant Head of HSC Clinical Education
Centre, Antrim Hospital, UK

3.8.2
Midwives and medicines (NI) 2014
Verena Wallace, Nursing Officer,
Department of Health Northern Ireland, UK

3.9
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

3.9.1
Implementation of Meticillin Sensitive Staphylococcus
Aureus (MSSA) screening pre operatively for elective
orthopaedic hip and knee replacement surgery
Sarah Fielder, Nurse Consultant,
Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, UK

3.9.2
The development and implementation of the
Palliative Care Holistic Assessment Aide Memoire
Fiona Gilmour,
Macmillan Palliative Care Service Improvement Lead,
Northern Health and Social Care Trust, UK

3.10
Knowledge for
change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

3.10.1
The validity of the Code of Ethics of Italian nurses
for ethical decision-making
Dr Paola Gobbi, Home Nursing Care Coordinator,
Local health service, Monza Brianza, Italy

3.10.2
Making the most of health visiting:
mobilising the professions knowledge for impact
Dr Robert Nettleton, Education Advisor, the Institute of Health
Visiting, UK and Sue Hatton, Senior Nursing Policy Manager,
Health Education England, UK

13.30

Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing

WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 4

14.4516.15

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Society, communities, relationships
Technology and innovation

Theme

14.45

15.15

15.45

16.15

4.1
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

4.1.1
Symposium
Towards a better understanding of global partnerships for a stronger global nursing workforce
Strengthening ZUNO as the voice of nursing in Zambia: the RCN-ZUNO partnership project
Ilona Johnston, Assistant International Adviser (Global Health), Royal College of Nursing, UK
and Rita Kalomo, ZUNO Programme Officer, Zambia
The RCN-ZUNO partnership project: international collaboration to advance the quality of patient care and nursing influence
Professor Jane Reid, RCN member and adviser to the Royal College of Nursing, UK and Rita Kalomo
A portfolio approach to international solidarity and development work
Anita Robben Asbjornsen, Special Adviser International Affairs, Norwegian Nurses Organisation, Norway
Nursing and health partnerships
Andrew Jones, THET, UK
Reflections on the first paediatric nursing course in Zambia - a global health partnership success
Alison Taylor, Senior Lecturer in Nursing, School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton, UK
Panel discussion
Susan Williams, Senior International Adviser, Policy and International, Royal College of Nursing, UK

4.2
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

4.2.1
Symposium
Health and justice: caring in criminal justice services
Caring for prisoners: rewards and challenges
Dr Liz Walsh, Chair, Nursing in Criminal Justice Services Forum, Independent Consultant, UK
Collaborative working: police custody healthcare and emergency department
Jessica Davidson, Senior Clinical Forensic Charge Nurse, South East Scotland Healthcare and Forensic Examination Service,
NHS Lothian, UK and Annette Cosgrove, ED Charge Nurse, New Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, UK
Pulmonary rehabilitation in a prison setting: a feasibility pilot and evaluation
Nina Turner, Clinical Nurse Manager, HM Prison Rochester, UK
Street triage: collaborative working: mental health nursing and police
Karla Wilson-Palmer, Team Manager, Devon Street Triage Pilot, Devon Partnership NHS Trust, UK
Mental health nursing and public protection
Mark Warren, Integrated Manager, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, UK

4.3
Society,
communities,
relationships
Room:
Chair:

4.3.1
Session tbc

4.3.2
Innovative mental health
methods of engaging
with young people
involved in gangs
Dorcas Gwata,
Clinical Nurse Specialist,
Westminster Child and
Adolescent Mental Health
Services, UK

4.3.3
What next for the
RAF reservist nurse
Jennifer Lewis, IP&C nurse,
UHW, Cardiff & IPC Flt,
TMW, RAF, UK

4.3.4
Mental Health
Tom Laws

WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 4

14.4516.15

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Technology and innovation

Theme
4.4
Technology
and innovation
Room:
Chair:

4.5
Technology
and innovation
Room:
Chair:

4.6
RCN Session
Room:
Chair:

14.45

15.15

15.45

16.15

4.4.1
Symposium
Nursing student engagement with health professionals and the public via social media
Confidence, curation and professional identity, growing through online presence
Moira McLoughlin, Senior Lecturer/Student Experience Lead, University of Salford, UK
Twitter as an assessed component of digital professionalism for all first year nursing students
Professor Ray Jones, Professor of Health Informatics, Plymouth University, UK
Students engaging with professionals and others via @WeNurses
Teresa Chinn MBE, RN & Social Media Specialist, WeNurses, UK
Engaging with patients via social media including patient opinion
Dr James Munro, Chief Executive, Patient Opinion, UK
4.5.1
Management of implantable
cardioverter defibrillators
in advanced heart failure
Loreena Hill, Heart Failure
Nurse and PhD student,
Belfast Health and Social
Care Trust, Ulster University,
UK

4.5.2
Nursing in a digital world
Anne Cooper,
Deputy Clinical Director and
Chief Nurse, Clinical Services
Portfolio, NHS Digital, UK

4.6.1
RCN credentialing
advance practice
Dame Professor Donna
Kinnair, Director of Nursing,
Policy & Practice, Royal
College of Nursing, UK

4.6.2
RCN awarding
clinical fellowships
Gill Coverdale, Professional
Lead for Education
(Standards & Professional
Development),
Royal College of Nursing, UK

4.5.3
Workshop
Using Twitter as a medium to embed evidence into
practice - lessons from evidence based nursing
Dr Alison Twycross,
Head of Department for Childrens Nursing,
London South Bank University, UK and
Dr Joanna Smith, Lecturer Childrens Nursing,
University of Leeds, UK
4.6.3
Mentorship the future of
practice based education
Dr Stephanie Aiken,
Deputy Director of Nursing,
Royal College of Nursing, UK

4.6.4
Nursings role in
improving public health

WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2016


CONCURRENT SESSION 4

14.4516.15

(20 mins presentation. 5 mins questions, 5 mins transition time)


Knowledge for change and improvement

Theme

14.45

15.15

15.45

16.15

4.7
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

4.7.1
RCN Pain KSF dissemination & impact
Felicia Cox, Lead Nurse,
Pain Management,
Royal Brompton & Harefield
NHS Foundation Trust, UK

4.7.2
Session tbc

4.7.3
Fertility preservation
strategies in adolescents
diagnosed with
haematological cancer
Valerie Peddie,
ANP Fertility,
University of Aberdeen, UK

4.7.4
The UCLH Exemplar Ward
Programme: co-design of a
scoring model and formative
process evaluation of a ward
accreditation scheme
Natasha Phillips,
Assistant Chief Nurse,
University College Hospitals
London, UK

4.8
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

4.8.1
Session tbc
Anne-Marie Rafferty,
RN4Cast, Magnet, UK

4.8.2
Real time patient diaries
Lynda Ockenden-White,
Quality Improvement Team,
BCUHB, UK

4.8.3
Nurse leaders - making
a difference everyday
Dr Clare Price-Dowd,
Senior Programme Lead,
NHS Leadership Academy,
UK

4.8.4
The role of European Union
standards in building the
nursing profession a
post-Brexit perspective
Dr Tom Keighley
Freelance Consultant

4.9
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

4.9.1
Nursing led quality
improvement:
an international
accreditation project in
rural Peruvian hospital
Dr Patrick Palmieri,
Presidente, Asociacin
Peruana de Enfermeria
(Peruvian Nursing
Association), Peru

4.9.2
Session tbc

4.9.3
Fall risk assessment in
institutionalized elderly
longitudinal study FRAILS
Dr Anna Castaldo,
Director of Continuing
Education, Don Orione,
Milan, Italy

4.9.4
Zika virus
dealing with the present,
planning for the future
Jane Chiodini,
Independent Travel Health
Specialist Nurse and Director
of Education,
Faculty of Travel Medicine,
Royal College of Physicians
and Surgeons of Glasgow, UK

4.10
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

4.11
Knowledge
for change and
improvement
Room:
Chair:

4.10.1
Symposium
Developing partnership through involving and engaging others
Knowing: staff and patient experience
Dr Liz Tutton, Senior Research Fellow, RCN Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK
and Dr Stephanie Tierney, Senior Research Fellow, RCN Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK
Involving: how we involve patients and carers
Dr Carole Mockford, Senior Research Fellow, RCN Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK
Influencing: how we use evidence to influence policy
Dr Sophie Staniszewska, Senior Research Fellow, RCN Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK
Engaging: how we make sure what matters to patients is measured
Dr Kirstie Haywood, Senior Research Fellow, RCN Research Institute, Warwick Medical School, UK
Changing: how we use the evidence we need to examine and change our practice
Professor Kate Seers, Director, RCN Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK
4.11.1
Critical care nurses attitudes
towards undertaking
academic pathways
Anna McGuinness,
Senior Nurse Education
Learning and Development,
Imperial College Healthcare
NHS Trust, UK

4.11.2
Developing the next generation
Jacqueline McKenna, Deputy
Director of Nursing, NHS
Trust Development Authority,
UK

4.11.3
Revalidation, a welsh
pilot site experience
Carolyn Middleton,
Senior Nurse, Aneurin Bevan
University Health Board, UK

4.11.4
New roles in mental health
nursing: personal reflection
of the role of an approved/
responsible clinician
Carol Molloy,
Consultant Nurse,
South Staffordshire and
Shropshire NHS Foundation
Trust, Stafford, UK

16.45

Award of poster presentation, closing remarks and end of conference film

17.00

Close of conference