Past Events


A Practical Guide to Advancing IV Therapy - Including improving quality and safety through effective

2017

12

May

Friday 12 May 2017, London

Special reduced rate of ONLY £150 +vat for UKONS members by quoting hcuk150nivas when booking online or by emailing Jayne@hc-uk.org.uk

This one day national conference focuses on advancing IV Therapy including implementing the December 2016 revised RCN Standards for Infusion Therapy and monitoring adherence to the NICE Guideline and Quality Standards for IV Therapy. The conference will focus on improving quality and safety of both inpatient IV Therapy and delivering effective IV therapy at home (OPAT). 

For further information and to book visit http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/advancing-iv-therapy

Follow the conference on twitter #IVTherapy @hcuk_clare


 

Bloodwise Haemato-oncology Nursing Shared Learning

2017

10

Mar

Friday 10th March 2017

West Door, Wilkins Building, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research) is an established UK cancer charity that has been tackling blood cancers since 1960. They fund world-class research; provide practical and emotional support to patients and their loved ones; and raise awareness of blood cancer

Conference content:

Getting research on the agenda as part of everyday patient care – Susan Neeson, Clinical Research Nurse Team Leader
The difficulty of defining a blood cancer pathway: Living well with and beyond blood cancer – Dr Natalie Doyle, Nurse Consultant
A patient’s perspective on living well with and beyond blood cancer – Paul Carless, CML Patient and Bloodwise Ambassador
Getting the most out of conversations with patients and asking difficult or uncomfortable questions to improve care – Dr Tim Anstiss, Founder of the Academy for Health Coaching
Addressing sexual rehabilitation and support during and after blood cancer treatment or while living with blood cancer as a long term condition– Dr Isabel White, Psychosexual Therapist
The effective use of complementary therapies to both improve haemato-oncology care, and support nurses health and wellbeing in their day to day role – Dr Jacqui Stringer,  Clinical Lead for Tissue Viability and Complementary Health & Wellbeing
Implementing mindfulness sessions to support yourself, your colleagues and your patients Bruce Greenhaugh

For further information, contact kkeightley@bloodwise.org.uk, or call 0207 504 2213.


 

Paxman Scalp Cooling Masterclass

2017

17

Feb

To view the agenda for this event, please click HERE

If you interested in attending this meeting please email, your details to hello@paxmanscalpcooling.com