How can contemporary nurses deliver person-centred care?
30 November 2018
This event brought together nursing students, educators, researchers and practitioners in homeless healthcare to learn and share ideas.
Speakers shared their areas of expertise and presented their findings.
The day focused on educating, inspiring, and connecting people with a passion for improving healthcare for some of the most vulnerable people in our society.
Thanks to funding from Oak Foundation and the Queen’s Nursing Institute, the event was free to attend. The day was organised by the Queen’s Nursing Institute and kindly hosted by the University of Salford. The event was chaired by David Parker-Radford, Homeless Health Programme Manager, The QNI.
Speakers and presentations:
- Launch of QNI Report – Nursing care for people experiencing homelessness
David Parker-Radford, Homeless Health Programme, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
- A person centred approach to our ambitious future nurse standards
Anne Trotter Assistant Director – Education and Standards, Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Principles of co-production and an asset based community development approach
Elizabeth Keat QN, Outreach Nurse Gypsy and Traveller Community, Leeds Community Healthcare/ Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
- The Importance of Narrative in Nursing
Catherine Best QN, Nursing Lecturer University of Bradford
- How we deliver person centred care; involving people who have experience homelessness
Stan Burridge, EbE Project Lead, Pathway
- Delivering person centred care in hospital discharge? The role of intimidate care
Dr Michelle Cornes, Senior Research Fellow, Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King’s College London
- Film-making and ethnographic methods in youth homelessness research and practice
Dr Carin Tunaker, Project Manager, Porchlight and University of Kent
- Creative arts as a tool to improve mental wellbeing of people who are homeless
Nicky Goulder, CEO of Create and QNI Trustee
- Problem gambling and homelessness
Victoria Sharman QN, Community Clinical Nurse Lead, Hertfordshire Partnership University, NHS Foundation Trust
- Ensuring person centred care through The Homelessness Reduction Act – duty to refer and the Rough Sleeping Initiative
Jane Cook QN, Health and Homelessness Advisor, Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government
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If you have any questions about this event, please contact David Parker-Radford.