What we learnt?

Opening Keynote

Understanding and managing the new generations of nurses

Keynote Speaker: Professor Mark Radford,  chief nurse & deputy CEO of Health Education England & deputy chief nursing officer for England, Health Education England

Theme: Recruitment

Recruiting four different generations of nurses

Speakers: Liz Fenton, deputy chief nurse, Health Education England;
Alison Warren,  senior lecturer in child nursing and midwifery, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Birmingham City University

Rafi Hattar, chief commercial officer, The DataFlow Group;

Joanne Bosanquet, chief executive, Foundation of Nursing Studies;
Carolyn Fox, strategic nurse advisor - nursing directorate, NHS England

Theme: Retention

Retention through preceptorship done right

Speakers: Rachel Berridge, learning and development trainer – clinical education, Nuffield Health;
Louise Berwick, South Yorkshire training hub director, South Yorkshire Primary Care Workforce & Training Hub;
Professor Gemma Stacey, deputy chief executive officer - director of FNF policy unit, Florence Nightingale Foundation;
Kerry Jones Director, nursing and midwifery education transformation, Coventry University & Coventry & Warwickshire Integrated Care System
Winnie George, national programme lead (retention), NHS England

Theme: Wellbeing

Understanding the underlying basics of staff wellbeing

Speakers: Rhoda Redulla, director of nursing excellence/magnet recognition, New York-Presbyterian

Emma Wadey, deputy director mental health nursing, NHS England

Stuart Lowry, service development director, NHS Professionals

Emma Westcott, assistant director- strategy and insight, Nursing and Midwifery Council

Theme: Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

Reaching true inclusivity for employees with hidden and visible disabilities
Inclusivity: Looking after your internationally trained nurse

Speakers: Tracey Collins, international nursing workforce lead, Devon Alliance for International Recruitment;

Stuart Tuckwood, director of FNF Global, Florence Nightingale Foundation;

Emma Longden, senior regional marketing manager, OET

Ciara Luscombe, programme lead, NHS Employers

Karen Hunte, policy and programme lead, Directorate for Education and Quality (DEQ), Health Education England

Closing Keynote

Find out the plans of NHS Employers with regards to the current workforce issues, and how they intend to support the nursing profession

Keynote Speaker: Danny Mortimer, chief executive, NHS Employers

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