Conference

04.03.21

EMBRACING CHANGE

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Faced with the difficulties arising from the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the Neonatal Nurses Association have decided to deliver our annual conference virtually in 2021.  

We are able to offer our amazing, thought-provoking programme using state-of-the-art event software to create a fully interactive, virtual event. The virtual meeting will allow delegates to view educational content; attend the AGM, partake in live Q&A and live polling sessions with speakers; liaise with other delegates in the networking hub; visit exhibition stands and speak to exhibitors; view poster presentations and ask questions, submit an evaluation of the sessions, and much more! Plus, registered delegates will be able to re-watch those sessions after the meeting.

With the flexibility of being able to join from wherever you are, a voice for all attendees and the chance to be a part of the first ever Virtual NNA Conference, this is the best way to bring our community of Neonatal nurses together and to grant everyone flexibility in accessing the scientific content. We would like to invite all of you to join us in embracing this new era of technology

THE DETAILS

CONFIRMED TOPICS*

  • Cultural Diversity with breastfeeding and expressing
  • The Important role of a nursery nurse
  • Human Factors
  • e-Learning Platforms - Changing the way we teach
  • V-Create - Making virtual connections
  • Reflective accounts - Impact of COVID
  • Same sex couples of preterm infants
  • Making difficult decisions
  • Supporting Nurses
  • Maintaining Outreach Through the Pandemic and the Importance of this to Family Support
  • Collaborative working towards online education

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

  • Silke Mader
  • Clifford Mayes
  • Alex Mancini
  • Jonathan Hurst
  • Claire O’Mara
  • Gillian Weir
  • Lyndsey Jolly
  • Jo Bennett
  • Sara Davis
  • Francesca Wright
  • Dr Clifford Mayes

REGISTRATION COSTS

  • Member Rate: £25
  • Non-Member Rate: £30
  • Trust 'Bulk Buy' Package: £250 for 10 registrations
  • All prices are inclusive of VAT

POSTER PRESENTATION

We are pleased to invite you to submit a poster for display during the event. Your poster should outline a research project, provide an example of best practice or simply share learnings from your unit with others at the conference. All posters are most welcome!

POSTER SUBMISSION ARE NOW CLOSED

Please upload your poster to the presentation portal here

SUGGESTED THEMES

  • Quality improvement projects / practice development
  • Neonatal Education
  • Neonatal Research / evidence based practice in action
  • Family integrated care / enhancing the family experience

SUGGESTED THEMES

  • Developmental care - (or what about ’Enhancing health & wellbeing of the neonate and family’)
  • Feeding and Nutrition (maybe too specific- put under a clinical skills umbrella heading? – to include early care, thermoregulation and pain management- also popular topics)

CONTACT

Event Secretariat
CFS Events Ltd
+44(0)1438 751 519
E: robyn@cfsevents.co.uk

EXHIBITORS

We would like to thank our event sponsors for their contribution. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact abi@cfsevents.co.uk

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CHARITY SPONSORS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I watch the conference later?
We will make recordings available where ever possible for registered delegates to view later. These will be available 1 week after the conference.

Will I receive a certificate of attendance?
Yes, we will send out a certificate of attendance following the meeting.

What are the technical specifications?
To log into the virtual event and participate in this exciting event, all you need is a Chrome browser and a steady internet connection.

We recommend you join on a PC or laptop rather than a tablet or mobile phone.