Presented by Corporate Parity, the 3rd Annual Nursing Management Forum will address key topics and more, as industry leaders converge to debate, discuss and provide valuable, business-improving insights via a mixture of unique case studies and panel discussions. This event will offer attendees a platform for information exchange and networking alongside the best and brightest minds working today.

The ever-changing healthcare landscape requires nurses to have both leadership and managerial skills.

Nursing Managers have a difficult role to fulfil including providing support, motivation, coordination and resources to enable other nurses and teams to achieve collective objectives. It takes a well-qualified nursing leader to survive when these roles are coupled with challenges such as growth in the size of the organization, lack of resources, poorly defined limits of responsibility, growing expectations at a time of fiscal restraint, advances in technology and increasing pressure from management. How can nursing managers meet up the ever-increasing demand and how can YOUR company gain the edge?

Corporate Parity would like to introduce Emily McWhirter, Director of Nursing at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London who will be joining the forum as a speaker, discussing ‘Traditionalists vs Millennials & Local Nurses vs Expat Nurses

Emily has more than 3o years nursing experience & has a PhD in Nursing Management from the University of Brighton and has studied Healthcare Management at Harvard Business School. Her PhD explored “the changing role of the hospital  Ward Manager and examined the impact that this role can have on nurse development, leadership and resilience.“  Previously Clinical Director, Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust. In Emily’s current position at ‘The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability,’ she oversees the development and implementation of nursing policy and procedure. These must be aimed at providing patients & staff alike with structure and safety. Emily also coordinates employment & placing of nursing staff along with ensuring there is adequate nursing staff, and that the staff’s skills remain current

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) in London is no ordinary charity hospital. The hospital provides specialist care for patients with an acquired brain injury, following a trauma, medical illness, stroke or cardiac arrest. Many patients in the hospital require care for every aspect of their daily lives and are unable to breathe, eat, drink or move without support. For some, the hospital will become their long-term home.  Specialist nurses and healthcare assistants provide round the clock care to ensure all patients and residents receive care that is compassionate, gentle and supportive and at the same time encourages life to be lived in the best way possible. The RHN works with people who are referred from the NHS as well as those who are privately insured. We accept patients from the UK and around the world. Supporting the RHN makes a real difference to people who experience disability as a result of a brain injury.

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