Expanding the Role of Health Care Assistants

Venue: The Oval

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 29, 2006
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29th November 2006, The Oval, London

In a time of financial constraint and increased pressure on NHS services, can you afford not to maximise the use of your HCAs?

Never has it been more crucial to up-skill this vital role within the healthcare workforce and enable them to release their full capabilities. However, in order to make this a reality, appropriate role boundaries must be set, effective training and development undertaken, accountability for responsibilities understood and innovative new roles developed.

Nursing Times brings you a conference ensuring that you can achieve all of the above and be the first to hear from the only national pilot on regulation.
Addressing your most critical concerns with practical case study examples and interactive discussions, expert speakers include:

- Debbie Mellor, Head of Workforce Capacity, Department of Health

- Anne Eaton, Associate Director of Programmes, Skills for Health
- Paul Vaughan, National Project Manager, HCA Initiative, Working in Partnership Programme
- David Curtis, Director of Nursing & Organisational Development, Pennine Care NHS Trust
- Sue Baxendale, Trust Solicitor, Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

For more information and to book now please visit www.healthcareassistants.co.uk
Or call 0845 056 7889