What’s on

CMDN learning and teaching awards 2012

All College staff are invited to attend the CMDN learning and teaching awards 2012 event to hear presentations from this year’s shortlisted nominees on their excellent and innovative teaching. This year saw a wide range of nominations from across the College and this event will showcase a range of exciting developments and good practice. It will take place on Tuesday 20 March from 2.00pm in the Small Lecture Theatre, 6th Floor, Dental School.

School of Nursing & Midwifery Seminar Series 2011/12

Dr Jocelyn Cornwell, Director, The Point of Care programme, The Kings Fund

Will be presenting a talk on: “Aspects of organisational life and the contribution of Schwartz Rounds® to strengthening relationships with patients”

Room 2G12
Dalhousie Building
University of Dundee
22 MARCH 2012
12:00 – 13:30PM

Mackenzie Lecture

The 7th Mackenzie Lecture will be taking place at the Dalhousie Building on 15 May 2012 at 1pm.  This year’s speaker is Professor Trisha Greenhalgh, Co-Director of the Global Health, Policy and Innovation Unit at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.  Morning and afternoon sessions will also be taking place.

TrishaGreenhalgh2012Poster

Further details of the event and how to register can be found at www.dundee.ac.uk/hic/mackenzie2012

This is a free event to which everyone is welcome!

ICCHNR, The Queens Nursing Institute Scotland (QNIS) and Nursing Studies at the University of Edinburgh welcome you to the 5th International Conference on Community Health Nursing Research.

The conference will highlight developments in nursing practice, research and policy which impact on the work of different nurses working in the community environment.

The aim of the conference is to provide evidence to promote strategies for the advancement of nursing for high quality care in the community setting.

The conference will provide an environment in which to share good practice, disseminate research and meet others working in similar fields offering opportunities to establish new collaborations and networks.

Keynote speakers:

http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/icchnr/programme.html
Karen Luker, University of Manchester
Katarina Hjelm, Linnaeus University
Sally Kendall, University of Hertfordshire

The number of conference places is limited, so you are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment. The Early Bird Fee of £200.00 expires on 1st October 2012 and includes the following:

Attendance at the conference over two days All tea/coffee breaks during the programme Lunch on Wednesday and Thursday Conference Dinner on Wednesday at The Playfair Library http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/icchnr/booking.html

The call for abstracts is now open and closes on Friday 29th June *Abstracts are welcome in broad areas of research, practice development and policy which have relevance to nursing in the community context.

The scientific committee is particularly keen to receive abstracts in the following areas:
Older people
Family and young people
Long term conditions
Education
Public health and inequalities
http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/icchnr/abstracts.html

The venue will be John McIntyre Conference Centre, which is an ideal conference venue, set in the heart of the beautiful city of Edinburgh, with accommodation on-site or within walking distance.

MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
http://www.crfr.ac.uk/events/icchnr/index.html

4 Responses to What’s on

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