PINNT is pleased to announce that they will be exhibiting and presenting at this year’s National Nurses Nutrition Conference
PINNT are delighted to announce that we are attending the National Nurses Nutrition Group annual conference. This CPD certified event, in association with British Journal of Nursing, British Journal of Community Nursing and Nursing and Residential Care, will be held on 30th September and 1st October in Solihull and is an essential update for nutrition nurse specialists, lead nurses and matrons in nutrition, gastroenterology nurses, dietitians and all professionals with an interest in nutrition.
Sessions will include:
KEYNOTE SESSION: Are nutrition nursing services financially justifiable and sustainable? – Andrea Cartwright, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Medical Health Regulatory Agency: a practical approach to patient product safety – Mark Grumbridge, Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
Florence Nightingale foundation: scholarship awards for promoting innovation in practice – Professor Elizabeth Robb, Florence Nightingale Foundation
PINNT: promoting the patient experience in clinical nutrition – Carolyn Wheatley, PINNT - yes PINNT are on the programme!
An audit on the use of positive displacement IV connectors in the prevention of central venous access device (CVAD) occlusions – Winnie Magambo, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
In addition to these, and many more topics, there will be a motor neurone disease symposium covering ‘the disease, its management and future perspectives’, ‘Nursing pathway for MND’ and ‘Motor Neurone Disease Association: carer’s perspective’.
The NNNG annual conference dinner is included in the conference fee for all two day delegates, additional tickets for one day attendees and non-attendees can be purchased here
. The dinner and entertainment will take place at the conference venue from 7:30pm and there is a Medieval theme.
PINNT are delighted to be part of the programme as we have joint goals and it is an opportunity for us to continue to build on the unique relationship we have with the NNNG.