NETNEP2018: Ensuring nursing leadership in education, practice and healthcare

Nurse Education Today, Nurse Education in Practice: Research, scholarship and evaluation: Ensuring nursing leadership in education, practice and healthcare.

Eight staff from the School of Nursing and Midwifery attended the prestigious 7thInternational Nurse Education Conference in Banff, Canada, May 6th-  9th2018. Dr Andrew Finney, Adult Lecturer; Dr Julie Green, Director of Postgraduate Studies; Jane Jervis, Adult Lecturer; Dr Kate Lillie, Adult Lecturer; Dr Pete Lonsdale, Learning Technology Manager; Dr Alison Pooler, Adult Lecturer; and Prof Sue Read, Director of Research; Kim Sargeant, Adult Lecturer, all presented papers and posters around a range of educational and research topics at this truly international educational event. Professor Pauline Walsh, Dean, PVC and Executive Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, also presented a paper around student resilience.

Around 500 delegates from all corners of the globe attended to present new educational innovations; user and carer experiences; student experiences; and to explore international challenges to nursing and midwifery education in the future. 

The conference was a lively and vibrant event in a truly beautiful part of the world, with numerous opportunities for networking and sharing excellence in nursing and midwifery education.


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