Nightingale2020 Conference

The Florence Nightingale Foundation in partnership with the Burdett Trust for Nursing, are delighted to invite you to the virtual Nightingale2020 conference on the 27th & 28th October 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of public events, we will now be able to offer you exclusive virtual access to live presentations and panel discussions on nursing and midwifery. It has never been a more relevant and important time to focus on both professions.

Please join us virtually on both days for presentations, debates and discussion on the most topical issues effecting nursing internationally in the areas of:

Day 1: 

Professional Practice

Global Health

Day 2: 

Impact

Digital Health

A host of prominent speakers will be joining us to debate these topics in light of their experiences and learning from the COVID-19 response. Please follow the link here to see our conference panellists and their biographies.

As conference attendees you will also have access to an FNF YouTube channel which will host pre-recorded presentations from clinicians working globally in education, research and practice. Please follow @FNightingaleF on Twitter for up to date announcements of speakers and panellists.

The Nightingale2020 Conference will be followed by a virtual tour of the Florence Nightingale Museum. The tour will take place on the 27th and the 28th of October at 4 pm.


  • Day 1 Schedule: Professional practice & Global health
    Time Session Speaker
    9.45 Open Conference Professor Greta Westwood, CEO Florence Nightingale Foundation
    10.10 Welcome Address Dame Christine Beasley, Trustee, Burdett Trust for Nursing – Conference Sponsor
    10.30 Keynote Professor Paul Crawford, Professor of Health Humanities, University of Nottingham – presenting Florence Nightingale at Home
    11.00 Break – view pre-recorded presentations
    11.30 Panel Discussion: Professional Practice Chair – Dr Gemma Stacey, Director of Academy, Florence Nightingale Foundation

    Panellists

    1.     Jess Read – Deputy Chief Midwifery Officer for England, NHS England & NHS Improvement

    2.     Professor Liz Halcomb – Professor of Primary Health Care Nursing, University of Wollongong

    3.     David Benton – CEO, National Council of State Boards of Nursing

    4.      Andrea Sutcliffe – Chief Executive and Registrar, NMC

    5.      Lisa Collison – Program Manager Nursing in Primary Health Care, Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association

    12.30 Break – view pre-recorded presentations
    1.30 Panel Discussion: Global Health Chair – Dame Yvonne Moores, Chair, Florence Nightingale Foundation

    Panellists

    1.     Frances Wood – Director of Studies, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

    2.     Barbara Stilwell – Executive Director, Global Nursing Now Campaign

    3.     Howard Catton – CEO, International Council of Nurses

    2.30 Break – view pre-recorded presentations
    3.30 Close of the first day Professor Greta Westwood, CEO Florence Nightingale Foundation

    Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for England

  • Day 2 Schedule: Impact & Digital health
    Time Session Speaker
    9.45 Open Conference Professor Greta Westwood, CEO Florence Nightingale Foundation
    10.10 Welcome Address Baroness Mary Watkins of Tavistock, Crossbench Peer and Deputy Speaker
    10.30 Keynote Carol Kefford – Clinical Director and Chief Nurse, Nuffield Health
    11.00 Break – view pre-recorded presentations
    11.30 Panel Discussion:

    Impact

    Chair – Greta Westwood, CEO Florence Nightingale Foundation

    Panellists

    1.     Susan Aitkenhead – Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England

    2.     Colonel Sharon Findlay – Defence Nursing Advisor

    3.     Professor Bridie Kent – Deputy Director of the Doctoral College, Faculty of Health, University of Plymouth

    12.30 Break – view pre-recorded presentations
    1.30 Panel Discussion:

    Digital

    Chair – Jane Dwelly – MA Cantab, Vice President International CHIME

    Panellists

    1. Dr Natasha Philips – Chief Nursing Information Officer, NHSX

    2. Catrina Rusher – Commercial Product Manager, Elsevier

    3. Tracey Collins -Interim Head of Nursing Workforce, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

     

    2.30 Break – view pre-recorded presentations
    3.30 Close of conference Professor Greta Westwood, CEO Florence Nightingale Foundation
  • Pre-recorded Presentations
    Name Position Title of the Paper
    Ian Norman Professor of Mental Health & Executive Dean, Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care, King’s College London Introduction to Nightingale 2020 concurrent sessions
    Ana Lagarto Midwife, Lewisham & Greenwich Trust Fathers’ experiences of antenatal attachment
    Anita Rich CEO of Nurses Heart to Heart Assessing Professional Self-Perception of Nurses in Mongolia
    Anne Greenwood Primary Care Digital First and GPN Lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System Embracing digital technology to enhance patient care
    Arancha de la Horra Clinical Research Specialist, University of Oxford Global Research Nurses: Building a community of practice to support nurses leading and working in research
    Ben Hannigan Professor of Mental Health Nursing, Cardiff University End of life care for people with severe mental illness: what do we know?
    Christina Koulouglioti Senior Research Fellow, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Research Fellow, Middlesex University A conceptual model for the development of culturally competent socially assistive robots
    Di Lamb Defence Professor of Nursing, Ministry of Defence Caring for the Carers – From Scutari to South Sudan
    Elaine Strachan-Hall Registered Nurse/ Student, South Warwickshire CCG / Oxford Brookes University Robots in Nursing: False Rhetoric or Future Reality
    Emily Wood Research Fellow, The University of Sheffield Advanced Practice Nurse experiences and well-being: a longitudinal cohort study
    Fran Beadle National Clinical Informatics Lead Nursing, NHS Wales Informatics Service National Transformation of Nursing Documentation
    Giulia Scarpa PhD student, University of Leeds Breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices among Indigenous populations: Lessons learned in south-western Uganda
    Helen Balsdon Head of Nursing/Chief Nursing Information Officer, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Can data change the conversation?
    Helen Winpenny Registered Nurse, British Army What would Florence do to mitigate the psychological impact of nursing sick and injured children when deployed on operations?
    Jennifer Ellen Dohrn Assistant Dean, Office of Global Initiatives, Columbia University Nurses on the Frontlines of Pandemics: Policy Recommendations for Effective Response from the Ebola Pandemic in Sierra Leone and Liberia, 2014-2016
    José Côté Professor, Faculty of Nursing, Université de Montréal Chairholder, Research Chair in Innovative Nursing Practices TAVIE: a virtual nursing concept and platform deployed to empower people with chronic conditions
    Kyoko Sudo Research Fellow of National College of Nursing, Japan Role of Community Nurse for elderly care delivery in Thailand
    Leah Macaden Senior Lecturer & Lead for Internationalisation, University of the Highlands & Islands Igniting the Spark for dementia care excellence
    Linda Koh PhD Candidate, MS, BSN, BA, RN, PHN, University of Massachusetts Amherst Privacy, Nursing, and Digital Health: An Integrative Review
    Paulo Barbosa Program Me​ntor, Western Governors University Privacy, Nursing, and Digital Health: An Integrative Review
    Lisa Collison Program Manager Nursing in Primary Health Care, Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) How good is good? Utilising the nursing workforce within nurse clinics in primary healthcare in Australia
    Lisa Ward Early Detection and Resuscitation Lead Nurse, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust A Technological Revolution – Nursing Mobility
    Noel Scanlon Executive Director of Nursing, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust A Technological Revolution – Nursing Mobility
    Lucy Gillespie Registered Nurse, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Resilience Focused Clinical Supervision for Newly Qualified Nurses
    Maryann Alexander Chief Officer, Nursing Regulation, National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) A Global Profile of Nursing Regulation, Education and Practice
    Mike Collins Defence Medical Services Professional Identity in Nursing
    Natasha Trenchard-Turner Critical Care Outreach and Hospital, Night Matron, St George’s University An Illuminative Evaluation of the impact of a clinical mentorship course developed as a health-systems strengthening partnership with Nurse Tutors in Somaliland
    Nicola Carey Reader in Long Term Conditions, University of Surrey Developing an innovative healthcare system for palliative care in Ethiopia: co-design and user testing of a mobile phone based remote monitoring system (E-PC)

    Exploration of nurses, care workers, and manager’s views and opinions about the use of decision support tools for early detection of infection in nursing homes in England, Spain and Sweden: An international questionnaire survey

    Paula Anderson CNIO at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Implementation of a digital nursing documentation framework as part of an EHRS implementation
    Rachel King Research Associate, University of Sheffield Trainee Nursing Associates: Baseline findings from a longitudinal mixed methods cohort study
    Ronnie Meechan-Rogers Head of Pre-Registration Nursing, University of Birmingham LGBTQ individuals experiences of image based sexual abuse and the impact this has on their mental health: results of a systematic review and preliminary qualitative interviews
    Sharon James PhD Candidate, School of Nursing at the University of Wollongong, Australia How do General Practice Nurses communicate and perceive lifestyle risk discussions with patients?
    Simon Noel Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Does the use of an electronic health record facilitate critical thinking in nurses
    Steve Robertson Programme Director, University of Sheffield Factors that optimise the impact of continuing professional development in the workplace. A rapid evidence review
    Stuart Tuckwood Cambridge Global Health Partnerships Volunteer Quality Improvement in a resource-limited Intensive Care Unit
    Olivia Rees Cambridge Global Health Partnerships Volunteer Quality Improvement in a resource-limited Intensive Care Unit
    Sue Haines Assistant Director of Nursing, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Staff Nurse Representation on Nursing and Midwifery Board
    Sun Ting Associate Professor, Bengbu medical college in Bengbu, Anhui Province, China Effectiveness of personalized lifestyle intervention for community-dwelling, middle-aged and older patients with hypertension: evidence from a health promotion program in Chinese community
    Susan Michaels-Strasser Senior Director, ICAP at Columbia University Nursing at the Frontlines of Safeguarding Public Health- Lessons from the 2014 West Africa Ebola Epidemic and subsequent Resilience Building Efforts
    Yaping Bai Primary Nurse, Xiamen Cardiovascular Hospital Xiamen University The Construction and Practice of Unaccompanied Cardiovascular Hospital Management Model
    Zara Mills Registered Nurse working in Mental Health, Sydney Australia How has feminist theory been applied in nursing researcher? An integrative literature review

"We are so pleased to offer the opportunity for nurses and midwives working internationally to come together for the Nightingale 2020 conference. The space to learn about and debate the key issues impacting on our profession could not be more timely."

Dr Gemma Stacey

Director of Academy, FNF

“I am delighted to virtually invite you to Nightingale2020. The London conference was cancelled but such was the disappointment that we have developed all the hard work into a free, virtual conference for all nurses and midwives everywhere. Nurses and midwives have been at the forefront of healthcare in this, Florence Nightingale’s bicentenary year and we want to celebrate all that is great about our professions. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new landscape, nurses and midwives are working differently, they have risen to the challenge. This free conference give thanks to all nurses and midwives for all that they do every day. It is a chance to elevate our voice.”

Professor Greta Westwood

CEO, FNF