National District Nurses Conference 2019
District Nursing Leadership and Integrated/Neighbourhood Care
Tuesday 10th December 2019, Manchester Conference Centre
The conference theme’s ‘Leadership in District Nursing’ & ‘Integration – Putting it Together’. This will be a productive and valuable day for all involved within District Nursing.
This is a one day conference aimed at NHS Managers, integrated Managers and SPQ Students within District Nursing.
An opportunity for attendees to hear key presentations on current issues which are not only affecting the NHS, but are also high on the national political and environmental agendas.
The conference programme will focus on the promotion and importance of District Nursing Leadership in the integrated care. Agenda including;
- Future of SPQ
The Manchester approach to integrated care
Queens Nursing Institute
NHS England—Nurse leadership and the long term plan
These will provide delegates with a good overview of the many issues that surround these topics.
Delegates will have access to an exhibition throughout the day, with plenty of opportunity to network with representatives from the District Nursing industry. You will also, of course, have ample opportunity to network amongst yourselves – a key element of added value at any conference.
ll provide delegates with a good overview of the many issues that surround these topics.
Please contact Gemma Aitchison for details or to secure your place:
Email: email@example.com / Tel: 01245 544600
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“Having been a member of this group for the past 4 years I have found the networking with other likeminded people to be of most value. This has enabled a country wide perspective on issues pertaining to District Nursing which have influence and helped shape the development of strategies and polices to the betterment of patient care delivery. The meetings are well structured and provide an environment for sharing and disseminating information keeping the membership up to date with current and future plans affecting community services. The group work done at the meetings to influence higher strategic policy and national standards has been of a positive benefit to district nursing.”