Nurses are invited to Birmingham for the latest professional and clinical content at Nursing in Practice’s next conference on Thursday 9 June.
The programme offers networking opportunities, up-to-date clinical information from leading professionals, an exhibition with service providers and organisations, free CPD for revalidation portfolios and the chance to ask experts questions.
The keynote presentation will be on the health and wellbeing of the general practice nursing workforce from Paul Vaughan, deputy director, primary care nursing, and NextGen nurse, NHS England/NHS Improvement.
Advanced nurse practitioner Nikki Noble will discuss HRT shortages and the management of menopause in primary care.
Making an impact through nurse leadership will be the subject of a talk from Paula Spooner, senior nurse manager from NHS England & Improvement.
Topics also include the role of exercise in osteoporosis, from osteoporosis specialist nurse, Sarah Leyland, and a review of bladder dysfunction from Anna Hancock, clinical nurse specialist in continence care.
Attendees can pick the presentations most relevant to their role their practice and their patients from multiple streams of talks.
Conference stream chair, Marilyn Eveleigh, registered nurse, midwife, health visitor and a Nursing in Practice advisory board member, said: ‘Having played our part in the pandemic, I’m delighted nurses now have the opportunity to refresh and recharge ourselves at Nursing in Practice Birmingham.’