The University of Salford Midwifery Society has announced the 4th annual student-led conference, ‘Resilience: showing strength in the face of adversity’ focusing on the theme of resilience.
The ‘Resilience: showing strength in the face of adversity’ conference will be highlighting the challenges maternity services are facing from cost-cutting measures to meeting high demand.
There will also be an opportunity to learn ways of coping with challenges, as well as celebrating the achievements of midwifery professionals.
The day will be led by Practising Midwife Sheena Byrom OBE, with presentations from Professor Mavis Kirkham, Dr Jacque Gerrard, Professor Billie Hunter, Sascha Wells, Sally Pezaro and One to One Midwives.
26th November 2016: Preventing birth trauma – improving birth experience
13th December 2016: Making and Breaking the Maternity Experience; the power of speech
UCLH Maternity services would like to invite you to an exciting conference to raise awareness of the need for dignity and respect during birth. This free conference will bring together leading experts in the field to discuss the fundamentals to compassionate, kind and respectful maternity care. The focus of the day is to encourage engagement and discussion to transform the experience of women and staff in modern day maternity services
We have invited superb speakers in the field including:
- Professor Jackie Dunkley-Bent – Head of midwifery at NHS England
- Sheena Byrom OBE – Freelance midwifery consultant –Jointly edited the ‘Roar behind the silence: why kindness, compassion and respect matter in maternity care’
- Indie Kaur – Consultant midwife at Barts Health NHS Trust & Pavan Amara – Founder of My body back project: offers advice to women who have experienced sexual assault– started the first ‘My body back maternity clinic’ at Royal London Hospital.
- Jacque Gerrard –Director Royal College of Midwives England.
- Midwife Jane Pollock- award winner from the Iolanthe Midwifery trust – ‘Caring for the Carers’
- Sally Pezaro – Midwife and Clinical Research Fellow – HealthyStaff4HealthyPatients
- You will also hear from women who will share stories of their maternity experiences.
Caring for the wellbeing of staff will also form a significant part of the day. You will learn about the challenges on the well being of staff and acquire skills for self compassion and resilience.
Meeting, sharing knowledge and hearing from renowned speakers will enable this full day conference to provide an inspirational and uplifting experience for every delegate. It is also an excellent opportunity to gain CPD for revalidation.
NHS Expo: Health and Care Innovation Expo 2016
Commissioning for a positive staff experience: Developing a framework
Thursday the 8th of September: 12:00 – 12:45 in Pop-up Uni 7
All Coventry University academics and research students are invited to a free talk organised by the Research Excellence Unit as part of the wider research impact agenda.
This symposium will explore how researchers and academics can maximise their academic potential and impact via social media. The session will focus on building your online presence, how social media can be used for research purposes and engaging with the right social media communities. Topics will be focused around the use of Linkedin, Twitter, Altmetrics and Facebook. We will be learning by doing! So please bring along your mobile devices.
The session will be led by Sally Pezaro, a PhD researcher and Social Media Ninja. Sally is currently working with NHS England, Dr Wendy Clyne and Dr Rosie Kneafsey as they look to define what #ShowsWorkplaceCompassion for health care staff via Twitter.
- WHEN: Wednesday, 8 June 2016 from 11:00 to 12:00 (BST)
- WHERE: Richard Crossman RC322 – Coventry University, United Kingdom
The Kings Fund: Digital Health and Care Congress TUE 05-06 JUL 2016 –
@TheKingsFund #kfdigital16 in the rapid fire sessions prior to keynote @Jeremy_Hunt
26th January 2016
St John’s Campus
University of Worcester
24 & 25 February 2016
Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU
Maternity, Midwifery & Baby forum exchange:Thursday 4th February 2016
Ilec Conference Centre
Hotel Ibis Earls Court
Pop Up University; Workshop 20
Improving staff experience to improve performance
This session will be run in conjunction with colleagues from Coventry University and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and will focus on the impact staff engagement and experience has on organisational performance, specifically patient experience. The session is aimed at commissioners and policy makers, and will outline why staff experience is so important, as well as offer examples from an organisation has has improved staff experience to great effect.
Sally Pezaro (Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR), University of Coventry) and Rhian Bishop (Staff Engagement Lead at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust).
May 11 – 16, 2015 | Baltimore, MD
Conference Paper presenter at the Virtual International Day of the Midwife Conference
Online Virtual Conference:
The Midwife as the second victim – Supporting the midwife in psychological distress following critical incidents and traumatic births #PTSD – See Webinar here–>> https://webinar.nordu.net/p1hiwg6qglo/
11 December 2014, University of Warwick, Coventry.Creating an online peer based intervention for clinicians
suffering with psychological distress: The challenge
ahead -Sally Pezaro*, Wendy Clyne, Emmie Fulton, Andy Turner, Clare Gerada, Coventry University, CoventryMy Published abstract. P.32 -> https://wmhin.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/WIN-Conference-2014-Abstract-e-Book.p