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Nursing in Practice Bournemouth 2013 Presentations

Nursing in Practice Bournemouth 2013 Presentations

Stream 1

Chair: Marilyn Eveleigh

  1. The use of glycaemic agents: Achieving individualised glycaemic targets while avoiding tolerability issues

    Debbie Hicks, Nurse Consultant – Diabetes, Forest Primary Care Centre

  2. Smoking cessation: A treatment for patients with long-term conditions

    Dr Jonty Heaversedge, General Practitioner

  3. Cancer risk and research

    Gwen Kaplan and Gill Kilgour, Awareness Nurse Team Leaders, Cancer Research UK

  4. The role of probiotics in maintaining healthy living

    Alison Burton-Shepherd, Queens Nurse, Nurse Tutor, Department of Adult Nursing,  Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, Kings College London

  5. Masterful mentoring

    Belinda Humphries and Joanne Hirdle, University Practice Learning Advisers, Bournemouth University

  6. Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults – does nursing care enough?

    Marilyn Eveleigh, Independent Nurse Adviser and former PCT Safeguarding Lead


Stream 2

Chair: Lalah-Simone Springer

  1. Managing asthma

    Deborah Waddell, Clinical Lead, Asthma UK, Asthma Specialist Nurse and former Nurse Practitioner (General Practice)

  2. Hypertension: Adding value to the patient consultation

    Rhian Last, Clinical Lecturer, Education for Health, Member, NICE Quality Standards Advisory Committee, Nurse Educator, Yorkshire Faculty Board, Royal College of General Practitioners

  3. Dementia

    Sarah Wood, Senior Lecturer, Department of Clinical Education and Leadership, Putteridge Bury Campus University of Bedfordshire

  4. Good practice in the management of chronic kidney disease in primary care

    Neerja Jain, Health Improvement Project Manager, Kidney Research UK

  5. Understanding and managing heart failure

    Amanda Martin and Kay Elliott, Practice Development Coordinators, British Heart Foundation

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