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YQSR seminar: Diversity in Practice Leadership - care, quality and safety

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Sovereign Lecture Theatre

Bradford Royal Infirmary

Duckworth Lane

Bradford

BD9 6RJ

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The Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research Group continues its programme of seminars:


Diversity in Practice Leadership - A question of care, quality and
safety

Professor Laura Serrant, Professor of Nursing, Sheffield Hallam University

The talk will be followed by food and refreshments.

Abstract

Nursing and healthcare in the 21st century is charged with delivering high quality care within an increasingly diverse society. Much of the policy, practice and research drivers around cultural competence, diversity and nursing practice focuses on meeting the needs of patients, service users and the public - particularly following the findings of the Francis Report (2013). However, recent reports have highlighted that highlighting the need for compassionate care for patients often occurs in isolation from recognising the needs of the workforce or the nursing profession as a whole - in this regard we do ourselves a dis-service - and in the silent spaces between patient need and workforce responsibilities, we fail to acknowledge the importance of professional leadership as the catalyst to delivering the high quality, equitable and culturally competent care that we all hope for. This presentation will use personal and professional reflections to highlight the importance of culturally competent and compassionate leadership to truly achieving safety and quality in 21st century health care. It explores the challenges and opportunities faced at an individual and professional level in the UK. It looks back at nursing strategic drivers of the last 3 years in the UK and makes a case for centralising culturally competent, compassionate leadership in the light of the new strategic framework for nurses, midwives and care staff (2016)

Biography

Professor Laura Serrant is Professor of Nursing in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing at Sheffield Hallam University, one of the few black Professors of Nursing (out of 262) in the UK. She is one of the 2017 BBC Expert women, Chair of the Chief Nursing Officer for England's BME Strategic Advisory group and a 2017 Florence Nightingale Scholar. She is an ambassador of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue and the Equality Challenge Unit Race Equality Charter for Higher Education. Her work has been recognised with numerous awards and prizes, including Queens Nurse status and Fellowship of the Queens Nursing Institute to those who have shown leadership in community nursing. In 2014, she was named as one of the top 50 leaders in the UK by The Health Services Journal in three separate categories: Inspirational Women in Healthcare, BME Pioneers and Clinical Leader awards. The Powerlist 2018 lists her as the 8th most influential Black person in the UK.

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Where in the hospital is the Sovereign Lecture Theatre? Please click here for the hospital site map

What are my parking options at the seminar? Pay and display visitor parking is available at the hospital, please click here for details. Alternatively, there is limited free on-road parking within a short walk of the hospital site.

Who should I contact with questions about this event? Please contact the seminar organisers Gillian Janes (Gillian.Janes@bthft.nhs/uk) or Ruth Baxter (Ruth.baxter@bthft.nhs.uk)

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