Galway Clinic Nursing Conference Wednesday 29th of November

Formal Launch of GCCENR-Galway Clinic Complete Electronic Nursing Record and address by

Ms Judith Foley, Chief Education Officer Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland.

This conference will be of interest to nurses or healthcare professionals who wish to explore the development of a person-centred culture.

The key note speakers are internationally renowned experts of person-centred practice and authors of the Person-centred Practice Framework (McCormack and McCance 2017).

The conference will also be of interest to nurses who are looking at developing an electronic record that captures the unique relationship between the patient and the nurse in a computerised format.


The Galway Clinic are holding a Free open evening to conference delegates who are interested in viewing the Electronic Nursing Record in action in the hospital on 28th November from 4-6 pm.
Come and see

  • Galway Clinic Complete Electronic Nursing Record see demos of the record and how it is used in patient care.

  • Medication Administration record and Bedside Verification- making medication safer.

  • Electronic vital Signs – eliminating errors in EWS and prompting early response to the deteriorating patient.

  • LEAN management system in Same day surgery Department – ensuring smooth transitions of in excess of 80 patients per day

All welcome – booking required for Open evening. Please contact carolyn.garrett@galwayclinic.com

Tickets available here through Eventbrite

NMBI CEU points pending


Enabling person-centredness within the midst of practice

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Speaker (PIN if applicable)

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 28th November

15.00 – 18.00

Pre-Conference Open Evening Event

Nurses who are interested in seeing the Electronic Nursing Record in action and other electronic solutions to enable person-centred nursing care.

 

1.       Galway Clinic Complete Electronic Nursing Record see demos of the record and how it is used in patient care.

2.       Medication Administration Record and Bedside Verification- making medication safer.

3.       Electronic Vital Signs – eliminating errors in EWS and prompting early response to the deteriorating patient.

4.       LEAN management system in Same Day Surgery Department – ensuring smooth transitions of in excess of 80 patients per day.

 

29th November 2017

Conference Clayton Hotel Galway

 

08.30 -9.00

 

Registration

 

 

Chair of Morning Session Ms Sinead Hanley

Introduction

09.00 – 09.15

Mr Joe O Donovan, CEO, Galway Clinic

Welcome and Conference Opening

09.15-09.50

MS Judith Foley

Chief Education Officer

NMBI

 

Official launch of Galway Clinic Complete Electronic Nursing Record (GCCENR) followed by presentation

The importance of documentation in nursing practice.

9.50 -10.20

Ms Marie Connolly, Galway Clinic

Ms Winnie O Neill, Nursing Informatics Lead Galway Clinic

The development and implementation of GCCENR

10.20 -10.50

Dr Michele Hardiman,

Ms Alice Timlin

Ms Orla Murphy

Developing Facilitators of person-centred practice. Facilitation on the Run- Evidence and Outcomes. 

10.50- 11.00

Q&A  panel discussion

 

11.00 – 11.30

Break

Break

 

 

Session Chair:

11.30 – 11.50

Mr David Boucher Hayes

Urology Consultant

Integrating person-centred cultures in everyday practice. Involving the whole team. A view from Medical Consultant.

11.50 – 12.00

View from a patient – Name to be confirmed.

The experience of person-centred care. What’s the difference?

12.00 – 12.50

Ms Karen O Connell

Ms Michelle Casserley

Ms Bridget  Trotter / Ms Laura McLoughlin

 

 

 

Making it easier to care. Examples from Practice.

  • Enlightenment through participation.
  • Electronic EWS impact on patient Care.
  • Reorganising Day Care using Lean management – lessons for others.
  • Bedside Verification of medications making the systems safer.

 

Q & A panel discussion

 

 

Lunch

Lunch

 

 

Chair: Ms Annette Gordon PIN 82913

Introduction to afternoon Session. Video presentation.

14.00-16.00

Professor Tanya McCance

Ulster University

Professor Brendan McCormack,

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

 

Creating Healthful Cultures in Healthcare.

An interactive master class to explore the development of a healthful culture.

 

16.00-16.20

Ms Sinead Hanley, Director of Nursing Galway Clinic

Sharing the learning – Plans for the future.

Conference Close

 




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