Key speakers at new UK nursing conference revealed

By Editor
22nd July 2022
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Leading figures from the world of nursing will be sharing their expertise and real-world learning at this year’s Community Nursing Now national conference. 

The CPD-accredited event in September will cover the latest hot topics in diabetes, wound care and palliative care and is free to attend to all the UK’s community and district nurses.

Among those confirmed to speak at the event are Diabetes Nurse Consultant Debbie Hicks, Community Nurse Fellow Dr Neesha Gunowa, who will lead a session on wound care, and Nurse Consultant Kerry Bareham, who will speak about palliative care.

Event manager Emily Mayhew said: “Community Nursing Now is dedicated to supporting community and district nurses by sharing best practice and the latest news and innovations.

“The centrepiece of our new online community is our inaugural, CPD-accredited national conference this September and we’re thrilled to have such distinguished speakers as Debbie, Neesha and Kerry sharing their expertise and real-world learning with our audience.

“Delegates are guaranteed to benefit hugely from the insightful presentations and panel discussions that we have planned.”

Topics up for discussion will include Safe Insulin Adjustment in Diabetes Care, Addressing Diversity in Pressure Ulcer Prevention in Wound Care and Improving Palliative and End of Life Care Outcomes through Innovation and Collaboration.

The conference will also feature a symposium for healthcare professionals only which has been developed, organised and funded by event sponsors Novo Nordisk.

Novo Nordisk has provided sponsorship to the Community Nursing Now Conference 2022 to cover the development costs of project administration and management.

Novo Nordisk has had no influence over the creation, development or content of the Community Nursing Now Conference 2022 and full control remains the full responsibility of Community Nursing Now network.

The online national conference will take place from 1pm to 5.05pm on Friday, September 16.

To register for the event, click here.

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