This is a one-day conference aimed at Community NHS Managers, Integrated Managers, District Nurse Managers, District Nurses and SPQ Students within District Nursing.
There has been so much excellent work done via NHSE with the Community Nursing Plan. Working closely with the QNI and with new standards, our members have also been busy in their work area’s implementing new initiatives. But how does this all morph into practice?
We have seen a lot of initiatives and troubles over the last 3 years. We remain committed to being a collective voice for District Nurses to continue to provide safe, quality patient care, but how did District Nursing get to where we are today?2020 was the year of the nurse and there were many plans to celebrate but, like so many, they were postponed due to the pandemic. This conference will honour that accolade, exploring the past, present, and future of district nursing – from its conception in Liverpool, through the current situation and a look towards what the future holds. How can district nurses continue to have a voice and how can that voice can be stronger in the future?


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.

The Venue

The conference will be taking place in The Buckingham Suite at The Northampton Town Centre Hotel by Accor. The venue is located less than 1km from the main train station, with links to and from most major cities. If arriving by car, the hotel has 180 parking spaces available on site. Just 15 minutes drive from M1, junction 15.



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    This was an amazing experience considering our current climate . I was able to take time to reflect on the great work and resilience that we have been experiencing. it was very emotional at times and made me remember why I do what I do. I feel very proud to be a District Nurse, Thank you.

    Deputy Medical Engineering Manager, University Hospitals Birmingham

    2021 Conference Delegate, Clinical Matron, Northern Devon healthcare Trust

    I’m really looking forward to our third NDNN conference this year. NHSE/I and the QNI have really been putting community nursing in the spotlight recently. This conference hopes to showcase how we can put the national strategy and innovations into  practice at ground level, by showcasing some great examples and inspiring you to take on the challenge of improving the care you provide for people at home.


    Rebekah Matthews, Integrated Pathway Manager

    Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS FT, & NDNN Chair