Health Education England East Midlands Regional Office, Westbridge Place, 1 Westbridge Close, Leicester, LE3 5LW
CPD hours: 3.5
The programme for the day (while subject to change) is as follows:
1pm - 1.30pm: Registration, tea, coffee and networking
1.30pm - 1.50pm: Opening address - Anne Marie Rafferty, RCN President
1.50pm - 2pm: How the RCN Learning Disability Forum has been supporting nurses - Jonathan Beebee and Glenn Batey, RCN Learning Disability Nursing Forum
2pm - 2.20pm: Supporting the future nursing workforce - Jackie Brocklehurst, Regional Associate Clinical Lead, Health Education England (Midlands and East)
2.20pm - 2.35pm: The importance of embedding implicit attitudes in learning disability education and training - Debbie Aunger, Royal Mencap Society
2.35pm - 2.45pm: Break
2.45pm - 3pm: Subject to be confirmed - Deepa Korea, Head of RCN Foundation
3pm - 3.15pm: Valproate and women: developing easy read information - Marie Hooper, Senior Nurse - Learning Disabilities, Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Specialist Services
3.15pm - 3.30pm: Putting people first: 100 years of Learning Disability Nursing - Simon Jones, Nurse Consultant, RCN Learning Disability Nursing Forum
3.30pm - 3.45pm: RNLD’s delivering ‘Building the Right Support’ - Catriona McIntosh, IST Clinical Lead Manager, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust
3.45pm - 4pm: The role of Professional Lead for Criminal Justice and Learning Disabilities - Annie Norman, RCN Professional Lead for Criminal Justice and Learning Disabilities
4pm - 4.15pm: Primary Care Liaison Nursing - supporting decision making - Sam Robinson, Learning Disabilities Primary Care Liaison Nurse, and Mike Sergeant, MHA/MCA Lead, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
4.15pm - 4.30pm: Closing address - Sheila Marriott, RCN East Midlands Regional Director
Please invite any of your colleagues who aren't members of the RCN - this event is free and open to anyone, in any role, who is interested in Learning and Disability Nursing.
Please note - there is no on site parking available at the venue. You can find further details on the venue, and where to park, here.
Please note - there is no visitor parking available on site.
However, there are a number of car parks close by.
For more information on how to get to the venue, and your best options for travelling and/or parking, please follow this link.
Page last updated - 27/03/2019