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Nurse Clinics 2018

Monday 19 November 2018
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

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Call for Abstracts:

We are opening part of the 2018 conference to abstracts; which Healthcare Conferences UK will assess for inclusion in the conference programme as an oral presentation or poster display.  Guidelines for abstract submission can be found here

If your abstract is selected for either presentation, it will be included in the conference handbook.

All abstracts should be emailed to clare@hc-uk.org.uk  using the submission form attached.  Abstract guidelines are located on page 2. The deadline for submission of abstracts is Friday 20th April 2018  (we cannot accept any abstracts after this date).

Nurse Clinics 2018 will provide specialist nurses with a valuable opportunity to hear national updates and best practice for working at advanced practice, and setting up and running nurse led clinics and services in primary, secondary and community care across a number of specialties. With sessions designed for those who are looking to improve the effectiveness or expand existing nurse led clinics and services, or for beginners looking to set up their first clinic this event is essential for all nurses offering nurse led clinics and services.

“A lot of out-of-hospital health and social care services are nurse-led and delivered and I see a great opportunity for NICE to be developing guidelines that, not only support nurses in leading and delivering those services, but also enable the public to understand what they can expect from services to stay well,” Elaine Inglesby-Burke, Executive Nurse Director and Deputy Chief Executive, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust & Non Executive Director, NICE

The opening address will look at evidence for nurse led clinics and services, and developing advanced practice and demonstrating improvement and quality within Nurse Led Services. The conference will continue and look at how to demonstrate the value of your clinic or service, and how to continuously measure, monitor and benchmark the impact on patient experience and outcomes, in line with the drive for quality improvement in the NHS.

NEW to this years conference: Nurse Clinics in Practice. These short sessions will present examples of how various established nurse led clinics work in practice, the practicalities and the challenges, and to give delegates an opportunity to meet and network with people running similar clinics to their own interests.

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