NHS International Conference - Recruiting for the Values of the NHS

Tuesday, 26 March, 2013

This international conference, chaired by Michelle Beecroft from Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, was designed to inform delegates of some of the challenges healthcare providers face around embedding key values, exploring the approaches used in America, New Zealand and Australia over the last 20 years to overcome such challenges. Furthermore consideration was given to the tools currently in use or in development within the UK.

Keynote Presentations:

  • Commissioning for the Values of the NHS - Sam Sherrington, Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Hartman Value Profile - Victoria King & Tanya Cook, Memorial Healthcare System, Houston, Texas, USA
  • Compassion in Practice - Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer, NHS Commissioning Board
  • HEE Commitment to Delivering the Constitution - Dr Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Health Education England
  • Nursing Values Project - Liz Kidd, Deputy Director, Workforce Education Policy, Department of Health
  • Recruiting for Values - Richard Williams, Options for Supported Living
  • Recruiting for the Values: Nursing and Midwifery Division, Mater Health Services South Brisbane - Roisin Dunne, Nursing Director, Mater Health Services
  • The Independent Review into Health Care Support Workers - Joe McArdle on behalf of Camilla Cavendish

  Plenary Presentations:

  •     Implementing an Online Values Assessment Tool across NHS North West - Patrick Lockhart & Angela Murray
  •     Student Quality Ambassador Programme - Ann Butler
  •     Using Augmented Reality to Enhance the Values of Nursing - Jean Flanagan
  •     Using Situational Judgement Tests (SJTs) to assess for NHS Values - Simon Draycott


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