QNI Annual Conference 2023 (recordings)
2-5 October 2023
The UK’s leading event for community nurses took place over four days of discussion, sharing expertise, and insights into community nursing today and in the future.
The theme this year was In the Spotlight: Nurses Leading Care in People’s Homes and Communities.
Who was it for?
Our online sessions are designed for registered nurses in the community, student nurses, and all nurses who want to find out more about the expanding world of community nursing which is now more than ever in the spotlight.
Please consider donating to the QNI. Your donations enable us to offer the event free of charge to all those who would like to attend, and continue supporting all nurses in the community. Thank you.
Conference day summaries
The recordings are now available on our YouTube channel.
- Day 1 – Evidence-based Practice
Get updates from the Chief Nurses from all four countries, and learn about the importance of research in the community.
- Day 2 – Workforce Development
Join the discussion on the current state of the community nursing workforce and the regulation of Advanced Practice.
- Day 3 – Population Health and Sustainability
Learn more about the best ways of managing health inequalities and sustainability in healthcare.
- Day 4 – Integration
Explore the challenges and opportunities of Integrated Care Systems and more.
Our sponsors contributed to the cost of this event. They had no input to the agenda or content other than providing sponsor sessions as described in the programme.
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