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    Mental Health Nursing Conference - Proud To Be Different

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    START DATE 12 May 2016
    START TIME 09:00am
    LOCATION

    Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT

    END DATE 12 May 2016
    END TIME 06:00pm

    Middlesex University explores the unprecedented change in Mental Health nursing at the ‘Proud To Be Different’ conference

    The event will be an opportunity to take stock of successes, acknowledge the identity of Mental Health nursing, and move forward with confidence.

    We will be exploring how colleagues are adapting to best support service users, deliver excellent care and work in partnership. The day is designed to be accessible, engaging and participative.

    It’s an opportunity for service users, colleagues from practice and academia as well as students to come together through a series of masterclasses and debates.

    The event is happening in partnership with colleagues from Camden and Islington and Barnet, Enfield and Haringey trusts. We are pleased to be joined by colleagues from across the sector, including:

    • Claire Johnston - Director of Nursing and People and Honorary Clinical Professor of Nursing at Middlesex University
    • Mary Sexton - Executive Director of Nursing, Quality and Governance and Honorary Clinical Professor of Middlesex University
    • Wellington Makala - Assistant Director Adults Mental Health & Learning Disability, North East London NHS Foundation Trust
    • BME Ambassador and chair of the Trust Ethnic Minority Staff Network Mark Brown - Development Director, Social Spider
    • Vanessa Garrity - Mental Health Nurse, Director of @sociableangels and one third of @WeMHNurses
    • Andre Tomlin – Managing Director of Minervation Ltd.

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