Friday, 4 January 2013

Tomorrow Speaking Victoria infirmary ,nursing band 6 development event

 

Hi

Speaking Victoria infirmary Jan 17th nursing band 6 development event

With thanks to Tracy Donaldson NHS GG&C Acute services RAD/Regional directorates West Dunbartonshire CHCP. For inviting I to speak at the event below .i met with Tracy at a nursing practice development event I was speaking at last month and she has kindly invite me along to speak on one of the days as part of a week of events at the hospital

I look forward to speaking about caring for my mum, the life stories, the people I have met and showing my short film

Band 6 development programme for RAD directorate. There is 5 days of study, each covering a different theme. Day 2 of the programme focuses on Patient Centred Care. We would like to invite you along on day 2 to inform staff on the dementia framework or resources. This session you can adapt to want you see at important for the Band 6.
Date: 17/01/2012
Time: 13:15-14:00
Venue: Victoria Infirmary, Large classroom.

Tommy

Deputy Charge Nurse development programme RAD

17th January 2012
Day 2 Enhance the patient’s experience dimension

Aim
The aim of this workshop is to identify opportunities to develop care and services in a way that demonstrates creditable leadership in the promotion of person centered care, within a caring team environment, that enables where appropriate patients to be partners in their care.


Learning Outcomes:
Deputy Charge Nurses will be able to:

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and application to local and national equality and diversity policies..

  1. Develops practice which prompt choice, well being and protection of all individuals.


  1. Uses advanced communication strategies to develop and enhance therapeutic relationships.

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