This prestigious scholarship is a unique development opportunity for a registered nurse, midwife or health visitor, who is committed to developing person-centred cultures of care. This scholarship is open to practitioners who are working clinically in any health or social care setting UK-wide, and is targeting in particular, those at ward sister level or equivalent.
What does it include?• All-inclusive attendance at a 5-day residential international practice development school (23rd–27th July 2018)• 12 months bespoke mentorship from FoNS• Opportunity to work towards publishing a paper in the International Practice Development Journal• Honorary FoNS Associate registration for 12 months
Don’t delay, check out the website for yourself or maybe recommend a colleague. Closing date 4th April 2018.
23rd-27th July 2018, East Sussex, EnglandBook your place at our highly rated residential school, which offers a unique learning experience and represents real value for money:• Benefit from FoNS’ extensive experience of working with health and social care practitioners across all care settings• Achieve a deeper understanding of practice development as an approach to developing cultures that are person-centred, safe and effective• Learn skills, tools and techniques that are relevant to the challenges and opportunities in your workplace• Gain insight about and effectiveness in leading and facilitating culture change• Enjoy an amazing learning environment, with UK-based and international participants from nursing and therapiesFollow these links for first-hand accounts from two of the FoNS Practice Development Facilitators:• Jo Odell talks about learning from others• Theresa Shaw talks about taking learning back to practiceAnd visit the FoNS website for more information.
This week Kate Sanders talks about 'growing our knowledge and understanding about how to recognise and enable workplace cultures across health and social care' and invites you to join a Twitter Chat, part of a collaborative enquiry into the why, what and how of workplace culture. Read more…