The Technology and Nursing Summit: Nursing in a Digital Age
“Using this kind of modern technology is part of the innovative and new ways of working we need to embrace in tackling modern health challenges.” - Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England
As nurses face the prospect of caring for an ageing population with increasingly complex care needs, the NHS is investing in new technology to boost efficiency and improve outcomes. The £4 billion digitalisation project and the Nursing Technology Fund are just two initiatives designed to ease the pressure on overworked nursing staff. Digital pens and tablet computers can cut down on paperwork allowing nurses to spend more time with patients while innovations such as telehealth will enable trained staff to communicate quickly with those in need of medical advice. Although the advantages are clear, some experts have urged caution over the introduction of new technology and raised concerns about patient safety.
Join us for The Technology and Nursing Summit 2017 for exclusive insights from leading technology experts and nursing specialists. Learn how new technologies can revolutionise the way nursing care is provided and how different approaches to training can ensure staff have the skills required to take advantage of the latest innovations.
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Who should attend?
Directors of IT, Heads of Informatics, ICT relationship manager, ICT Infrastructure manager, Directors of Public Health, Directors of Nursing, Leading Midwives, Clinicians, Nurse practitioners, Registered Nurses, Health Care Support Workers, Directors of Adult Specialist Services, Directors of Children's Specialist Services.
These will be drawn from CCGs, NHS Trusts, Care Trusts, Foundation Trusts, Universities, further education colleges, voluntary and community sector, central government and the private sector and all practitioners who deliver health care services across health and social care settings