NIPEC’s 2020 Conference: International Year of the Nurse and Midwife – A Celebration
Some of the highlights to look forward to are: Dr Catherine Hannaway’s key note address; Charlotte McArdle, CNO’s update on NI’s Nursing Now Campaign; Celebrating Nursing and Midwifery Practice by our NI registrants; An update on NMC’s new strategy from Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Executive and Registrar.
Don’t worry if you haven’t been able to get a place – we will have all the presentations available as a pdf or to view on the website. Please register using the following link:
Professional Development Forum Registered Nurses – Learning DisabilitiesRNLD Forum 17 February 2020
Having fun learning about the art and science of measurement as part of ‘NIPEC’s Quality Improvement Lite’ programme.
This initiative aims to bring learning to the entire team by embedding the science of quality improvement methodology into our everyday practice to help improve our internal processes. View the Annual Quality Report
Additional dates organized for the Southern Trust:
FNFM Session 1 The Boardroom, Bernish House, Daisy Hill Hospital 10th Jan 2020 10am – 12pm
FNFM Session 2 The Boardroom, Bernish House, Daisy Hill Hospital 10th Jan 2020 1pm – 3pm
FNFM Session 1 The Boardroom, Bernish House, Daisy Hill Hospital 5th March 2020 10am – 12pm
FNFM Session 2 The Boardroom, Bernish House, Daisy Hill Hospital 5th March 2020 1pm – 3pm
To reserve a place click here
Future Nurse Future Midwife
Are you a registered nurse or midwife in a HSC Trust or Independent Sector Organisation?
Roadshows are available from October, delivering essential information on the upcoming changes for all nurses and midwives in Northern Ireland. These sessions are also open to other registered healthcare professionals interested in supporting nursing & midwifery students.
(please note these roadshows are FREE)
Aim of the session is to:
• increase your awareness of the NMC Education Standards 2018 – what’s new?
• get an overview of the new roles for supporting learning and assessment in practice for students: practice supervisor, practice assessor and academic assessor – what does this mean for you in practice?
• learn about the new NI Practice Assessment Document NIPAD (Nursing)* – how will it work?
• have your questions answered and be signposted to additional information and support.
*the Midwifery NIPAD is not yet available and will be progressed and aligned to the publication of the Future Midwife standards of proficiency.
Discuss your attendance with your line manager. Dates, times and locations of roadshows can be viewed and booked here.
NIPEC is keen to hear from Nurses and Midwives across all healthcare settings in Northern Ireland and the team are coming to a place near you.
We would like to take this opportunity to:
Much work has taken place over the last 18 months to review the extant nursing assessment data set and document for adult hospital based care. In preparation for the Encompass programme of work, the Recording Care regional Steering Group led the revision of the current adult hospital based care data set including: testing of the new format with student nurses, registered nurses and service users; advice from the relevant regional groups to revise risk assessments; and implementation of the current agreed direction for person-centred nursing care planning in Northern Ireland: PACE.
- This document is to be used in Adult Inpatient Settings
- This document is for single use only i.e. to be used for one admission and should not be transferred to another HSC Trust if a Person transfers for care delivery
- This document is to be used to care for people aged 18 years and over. If a person under 18 years is admitted to the clinical area, expert guidance should be sought in relation to completing nursing documents e.g. the risk assessments that are suitable for the Person. Additional advice is in a webinar in relation to this area of guidance.
Link Nurses Review completed view the Final Report