Global Neuro Webinar—Neuroscience Nursing Management of Behavior and Cognitive impairment - A Review of Current Practice in the UK & Ireland
Time: 6:00-7:30 PM (London)
- 28 June 2021
- Mary E. Braine University of Salford
This interactive webinar uses a blend of case study presentations and best practice statements. We invite Neuroscience Nurses from across the UK and Ireland to join us in sharing practices and discussing the current evidence that supports the clinical decisions nurses make.
Mary E. Braine
University of Salford
This Global Neuro webinar has been developed for nurses dedicated to the integral management of Neurotrauma, as well as complex and interdisciplinary patient care.
This webinar will use a blend of case study presentations and best practice statements and invite Neuroscience Nurses from across the UK and Ireland to join and share practices and discuss the current evidence that supports the clinical decisions nurses make.
The Webinar will be interactive, it will be facilitated by members of the British Association of Neuroscience Nurses (BANN) and you will be able to answer polls about the next step to be taken and ask questions.
The BANN benchmark statements will be used to identify areas of practice that relate to the Management of Behaviour and Cognitive Impairment. We then invite attendees to reflect on their own practice and discuss variations in practice. The evidence base for the statements will also be presented, with areas of low evidence base discussed. By the end of the webinar attendees will be able to reflect on their own practice, gain an enhanced understanding of the rationales behind care decisions and enhance their care delivery.
Recommended reading material is provided in advance to enhance the interactive learning experience.
Dr Mary E. Braine – Senior Lecturer in Nursing, School of Health and Society, University of Salford
Anne Preece– Head Injury CNS, Lead CNS Neurosurgery, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundations Trust
Cath Waterhouse – Lecturer Practitioner, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield
Emily Spence – Neurology Matron, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundations Trust
Claire Lynch – Lecturer Adult Nursing, Birmingham City University
Joanne Outtrim – Senior Research Nurse, University of Cambridge
Ciara O’Rourke – Acquired Brain Injury CNS, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
Information on certification
All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the post-webinar evaluation. For attendees from the United Kingdom this event will count as 1.5 participatory learning Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours towards your Nursing and Midwifery Council revalidation.
By completing this webinar, participants will be better able to:
- Outline the key principles for the management of behavior and cognitive impairment.
- Analyse the challenges and variations in practice that surround nursing care of patients with the management of behavior and cognitive impairment.
- Critically analyse the evidence base that supports the nursing care for patient with management of behavior and cognitive impairment.