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“Small Improvements Make the Biggest 
Difference” 
A Showcase Conference for Community Nursing Research in Wales 
Wednesda...
Thank you 
To 
Marchioness of Bute 
and 
Lady St David’s Fund
Community Nursing Strategy 
Recommendation 22 
The Welsh (Assembly) Government will 
invest in the funding of research tha...
Priorities for Research 
• Barriers to translational research in community 
nursing 
• Evaluating the impact and value of ...
Research Themes 
• Organisational change and service redesign 
• Nursing Roles 
• Skill Mix 
• Evidence and outcomes 
• Ed...
Wales School of Primary Care 
Research 
2008-2015 
Wales Centre of Primary 
and Emergency Care 
Research 
2015-2018
Programme for today 
9.40 – 10.00 Opening address Professor Jean White 
10.00 – 10.10 Community Nursing Strategy for Wales...
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Joyce Kenkre - Community Nursing Research Strategy Conference 2014

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Joyce Kenkre - Community Nursing Research Strategy Conference 2014

  1. 1. “Small Improvements Make the Biggest Difference” A Showcase Conference for Community Nursing Research in Wales Wednesday 5th November 2014 SWALEC, Cardiff Join the network at: www.wspcr.ac.uk/join-researcher-network.php
  2. 2. Thank you To Marchioness of Bute and Lady St David’s Fund
  3. 3. Community Nursing Strategy Recommendation 22 The Welsh (Assembly) Government will invest in the funding of research that will develop the evidence base for community nursing interventions, evaluation methods and the appropriate numbers and skill mix for workforce planning.
  4. 4. Priorities for Research • Barriers to translational research in community nursing • Evaluating the impact and value of community nurses, including patient participation and experiences, and the preparation of nurses for community practice • Role definitions versus flexibility to maximise health outcomes • The system: making it work, using new technologies, evaluating service user experiences and views: especially for the fifth quintile • Looking outwards not inwards: service user – centeredness
  5. 5. Research Themes • Organisational change and service redesign • Nursing Roles • Skill Mix • Evidence and outcomes • Education and development • Long term care • Occupational health • Patient Safety • Patient and user perspectives
  6. 6. Wales School of Primary Care Research 2008-2015 Wales Centre of Primary and Emergency Care Research 2015-2018
  7. 7. Programme for today 9.40 – 10.00 Opening address Professor Jean White 10.00 – 10.10 Community Nursing Strategy for Wales - Co-ordinator role Dr Carolyn Wallace 10.10 – 10.20 Minister for Health for wales’ address ProfessorMark Drakeford 10.25– 11.25 Showcase research presentations, 4 sessions (1): 1. Organisational change & long-term care 2. Nursing roles 3. Education & development 4. Occupational health & patient user perspectives Practitioners/researchers 11.25 – 11.45 COFFEE / TEA 11.50 – 12.50 4 x Showcase Presentation 4 sessions (2) 1. Organisational change & long-term care 2. Nursing roles 3. Education & development 4. Occupational health & patient user perspectives Practitioners/researchers 13.00 – 14.00 LUNCH 14.00 – 14.30 Keynote address Dame Claire Bertschinger 14.30 – 15.30 3 x workshops: 1. Developing ideas into a research project (incl. 5 slides in 3 minutes) 2. Project to Publication 3. Translating research evidence into practice 15:30 – 16:00 Panel Q&A; Chair’s closing remarks Professor Joyce Kenkre Dame Claire Bertschinger

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