#BACCNCONF2021 Workshops

Learn more about the excellent workshops we have lined up for this year's conference.

Professional Nurse Advocates and Restorative Supervision in Critical Care
Sarah Legood, Emma Wadey, Fiona Wyton and Louisa Murphy

The Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA) Training Programme will focus on the four functions of the Advocating for Education and Quality and Improvement (A-Equip) Model, but it will primarily focus on restorative clinical supervision.

The Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA) role ties in with the supportive work the Critical Care Nurses are considering since the PNA training will provide them with the necessary skills to facilitate restorative supervision to their colleagues and teams within Critical Care Services and beyond. The PNA Training will also equip those nurses enrolled on the training programme to lead and deliver quality improvement initiatives in response to the service demands and the ongoing changing patient requirements.

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Bedside Learning Co-Ordinator facilitated discussion
Nicole Lee

Shand et al (2021) described the role of the bedside learning co-ordinator in  “Systematically capturing and acting on insights from front line staff: the “Bedside Learning Co-Ordinator”:

Nicole Lee one of the authors of this paper will be leading a discussion on the management of rapid change during a pandemic with the introduction of bedside learning coordinator learning systems that allowed for coordination and audit of learning from staff at the bed space.  This system encourages active staff engagement to change processes, allowing insight into process and safety to be at the forefront of change leading to a safe and effective work environment. 

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