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HIEDA/BSA – Leading a nursing team
12 January @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Venue: Zoom (online) – day seminar
Audience: This seminar is suitable for Nurses with additional management responsibilities of a wider nursing/healthcare team within a wider school or education group.
Nurses should be approachable and knowledgeable. Their support is often sought when a child or staff member is unwell. Creating a medical team that works well together will lead to a happier, more approachable Medical Centre that is an advocate for the wider school community.
This seminar will consolidate and develop leadership skills in Nurses who are in charge of a small or large team working within a school environment. The day will present skills that could improve the cohesion and working styles of the medical team, and between the medical team and the wider school community. Delegates will be encouraged to share their ideas and experiences to look at improving performance and job satisfaction.
Training topics will include:
- Effective teams – what is a team, and what makes one effective?
- Raising the profile of the Medical Centre – this session will cover ideas to raise the profile of the Medical Centre and continue meeting the needs of the school
- Appraisals and inductions – an in-depth view of support available to staff members
- Supervision – how and why supervision is important in the school setting.
- Guidance and standards of care.
- To learn the attributes to be a successful leader
- To gather ideas and resources to build an effective team within your medical centre
- To have a better understanding of the role of a lead nurse.
- HIEDA/BSA Member Rate: £155
- BSA Affiliate Member Delegate Fee: £230
- Non-member Rate: £310*
*If you would like to become a member and access discounted rates for Hieda CPD and events, please click here.
Emily Kane, Sister in Charge of Health Centre, Taunton School
Qualified as a Childrens’ Nurse in 1999, from the Queen’s University of Belfast. Worked in various fields of paediatric nursing including medical, surgical and A & E, in both Northern Ireland and England. Moved into independent school nursing 8 years ago firstly in a small co-ed prep school and now as Sister in Charge of the Health Centre at Taunton School, Somerset.