Long Covid Nurse Network Meeting
The Long Covid Nurse Network aims to use the insight, expertise, knowledge and intelligence of the group to inform the Long Covid agenda by articulating the voice of community nursing. Further exploring opportunities for members to attend high level stakeholder meetings to represent the ‘voice of nursing’ and contribute to publications promoting the nursing role and Long Covid service delivery. You can find out more about the group on our website.
Who is this meeting for?
This event is for all Community Nurses and Allied Health professionals that have an interest in Long Covid and want to learn more about the condition and how to support those we serve.
Theme of the meeting
We will be joined by Pip White from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy who will talk about the Community Rehabilitation Standards. We will also be joined by Dr Anne Johnson who will give a session on the Royal College of Occupational Therapists 3 P’s: Pace, Plan, Prioritise.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I work within Acute settings. Can I attend?
The Queens Nursing Institute focus and supports Nurses working in the Community. However, we recognise and encourage collaborative care. To understand and work collaboratively with partners and within the Integrated Care system approach, we welcome all professionals who wish to learn more.
- I do not work within a Long Covid Service. Can I attend?
Yes, our community of practice is about sharing expert knowledge and learning about long covid. the aim of the meetings is to share knowledge, and learning- and promote good practice.
- Shall I attend the meetings that are only relevant to my area of practice?
We would recommend that you attend as many meetings as possible. Increasing knowledge base about other areas of practice and sharing excellence in care- promotes and results in excellent and joined-up working.
- How long do the meetings last? And do I need to stay for the whole meeting?
Our meetings are usually 1.5 hours long. We understand that people are busy and have commitments and whilst we encourage full attendance of the whole meeting- we understand if you need to leave early.
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