Together with NHS England’s Nursing Directorate, The Yorkshire & Humber AHSN is hosting an event, in Leeds, for community nurses and commercial organisations focused on exploring the challenges faced by community nurses in completing their day-day duties.
A recent 2018 report by the Queen’s Nursing Institute (Nursing in the Digital Age) suggests that 29% of community nurses are still working largely with paper-based systems which has a significant impact on their productivity and ability to deliver consistent high-quality patient care.
Several high-profile speakers including Dr Crystal Oldman CBE, CEO of the Queen’s Nursing Institute and Emma Self from NHS England, will open the event and outline the background and scale of the challenges.
The event will explore the challenges faced by community nurses from a range of different perspectives and hear about technology which has the potential to significantly improve productivity, employee satisfaction and patient care.
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