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Healthcare at home #qni2012
15 Oct 2012

Headline Speakers

Broadcast from Central London

Be involved in THE debate of the day: how community nursing should be provided in future.

A unique opportunity for community healthcare commissioners, leaders and practitioners to find out about the latest developments in home-based healthcare. Technology, training, innovations, inventions, efficiency, keeping up quality care … a wealth of ideas, examples and blueprints to take away.

Join us for an insight into healthcare at home in the digital age to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of The Queen’s Nursing Institute.

What's on now:
Pre-conference interview with Rosemary Cook CBE Director, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
Rosalynde Lowe CBE, Chair, The Queen's Nursing Institute
Introduction from the Chair

Sally Brearley, Chair, Nursing and Care Quality Forum; Chair of HealthLink; Visiting Fellow in Patient and Public Involvement, National Nursing Research Unit, King's College London
Quality in healthcare at home

Panel discussion: Session 1 Passing the tipping point; a home-based future for healthcare services
Dr Jennifer Dixon, Director, The Nuffield Trust;
Mike Farrar CBE, Chief Executive, NHS Confederation;
Wendy Nicholson, Professional Officer, Department of Health;
Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices

Angie Carter, Specialist Occupational Therapist in Assistive Technology and Personalisation, Angie Carter Consultancy
Smart new world: how technology is improving care for older people at home

Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England
Keynote address followed by questions and discussion

Panel discussion: technology and quality
Session speakers are joined by:
Professor Viv Bennett, Department of Health's Director of Nursing and the Government's Principal Advisor on Public Health Nursing;
Candice Pellett, Queen’s Nurse, Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust

Wendy Darling, Managing Director, Invicta Telecare

Parallel sessions (14:00 - 15:00)
One of the following seminar sessions will be broadcast live.

Seminar 1: Innovation and invention
Right nurse, right skill every time with a new electronic staff management system:
Amanda Huddleston, Service Integration Nurse, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust;
Stop that shake; babies break: a teaching resource for schools:
Janine McKnight, Health Visitor, Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust.

Seminar 2: Reaching vulnerable people
Opening doors: making a difference to vulnerable families Andrea Davids, Opening Doors Project Manager, The Queen’s Nursing Institute;
From exclusion to inclusion Jane Cook, Senior Nurse Specialist, St Mungos Health Care Team

Seminar 3: Acute care closer to home
Home is where the hospital is: shifting services out of the acute sector:
Caroline Cooper, Senior Nurse High Tech Care, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust;
Setting up a social enterprise for ‘midwives working in love and harmony’:
Elsie Gayle, Organisational Design Lead, Independent Midwives UK

Seminar 4: Skills for healthcare
Growing social entrepreneurs on the front line of care:
Dave Dawes, Nurse First Project Manager, The Shaftesbury Partnership;
Integrated education for integrated care:
Professor Fiona Ross, Dean and Professor of Primary Care Nursing, Kingston University London.

Seminar 5: Telehealth and telecare in the home
“It’s literally changed my life”: transforming care with tele-health:
Julie Ryan, Service Development Manager – Telehealth Project, NHS North Yorkshire & York and Dawn Watson, Telehealth Specialist Nurse and Clinical Advocate, Haxby Group Practice;
Tele-care: working together to keep patients safe and well:
Angie Carter, Specialist Occupational Therapist in Assistive Technology and Personalisation; Managing Director, Angie Carter Consultancy

The future model for district nursing
Professor Viv Bennett, Department of Health's Director of Nursing and the Government's Principal Advisor on Public Health Nursing
Wendy Nicholson Professional Officer, Department of Health

Panel discussion: Session 3 Change and continuity: why community nursing needs a new model in the 21st century
Kate Billingham CBE, Senior Advisor, Nurse Family Partnership International, University of Colorado;
Dr Bob Brown, Trustee, The Queen’s Nursing Institute; Assistant Director of Primary Care and Nursing (Learning and Development), South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland;
Thea Stein, Chief Executive, Carers Trust;
Katherine Murphy, Chief Executive, Patients Association
Professor Viv Bennett, Department of Health's Director of Nursing and the Government's Principal Advisor on Public Health Nursing
Wendy Nicholson, Professional Officer, Department of Health

Rosalynde Lowe CBE, Chair, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
Chair’s closing speech

End of broadcast

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