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ANP’s 13th National Conference and CPD event

Prescribing in a changing world Wednesday 19th October The Wellcome Collection Conference Centre 183 Euston Road London NW1 2BE in association with

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ANP’s 13th National Conference and CPD event Who should attend? The NHS and government are working for efficiencies and cost savings like never before. This means the many service and cost benefits offered by nurseled and non-medical prescribing are once again be at the top of the agenda. • Practice nurses, nurse practitioners and nurse prescribing leads • Specialists nurses (clinical nurse specialists, specialist nurse practitioners, nurse clinicians, children’s nurses and midwives) • Community nurses (community/modern matron, health visitors, district nurses, community children’s nurse specialist, community psychiatric nurses and learning disabilities) • Senior nurses (nurse consultants, senior nurses, charge nurses, sisters, managers) • Pharmacists, AHP prescribers, university lecturers and anyone with an interest in non-medical prescribing

will all benefit from this event Why do other people come along? “Being a nurse prescriber was the natural next-step for my career as a nurse. The ANP Conference gives me the opportunity to hear about the latest developments and best practice, making a valuable contribution to my CPD. In fact, it is so important that I fund my own membership and visits to the conference.” Adeline Lam-Kee, 2010

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a personal invitation from Dr Barbara Stuttle CBE chair of the ANP Dear Colleagues I have great pleasure in welcoming you to our 13th Annual Conference, themed Prescribing in a changing world. The conference and professional development sessions will be both interesting and informative, with something for everyone who is fortunate enough to be able to join us. I hope you enjoy the day and are able to take away some valuable clinical insight and knowledge to deepen your personal understanding of the key issues of prescribing within your field. This event is a learning and development opportunity for all of us. It is also an invaluable opportunity to network exchange ideas with colleagues from across the nursing and prescribing spectrum. That’s why it’s open to nonmembers of the ANP too. Each year we ask for and take on board your comments and suggestions to help create the most appropriate events for you and your development needs. Through talking to those who attended in previous years we hope we have once again come up with an event focused on you and your colleagues needs. And of course, those who do attend will be able add their attendance certificate to their body of evidence of personal professional development. I hope you will be able to join us . Best wishes,

Dr Barbara Stuttle

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Chair The Association for Nurse Prescribing

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ANP’s 13th National Conference and CPD event Programme Morning session 9.00

Registration & refreshments

9.30

Chair’s welcome and Introductions Dr June Crown CBE

President of the Association for Nurse Prescribing

9.45

Framing the day - fit to prescribe Medicines management and non-medical prescribing Fiona Culley, Professional Adviser, Nursing and Midwifery Council

10.30 - 12.30

Professional development sessions - rotation 1

Delegates have the opportunity to attend one session in the morning and another in the afternoon rotation

i Mental Health

Steve Turner

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Sexual Health,

12.30

Dr David Edwards

Diabetes, Dr Rowan Hillson

Cancer/breakthrough pain, Ray Bunn

Prescribing & medicines management in aesthetic medicine Details to be confirmed

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Afternoon session 12.30

Lunch & exhibition viewing

1.15 - 3.15

Professional development sessions - rotation 2

Delegates have the opportunity to attend one session in the morning and another in the afternoon rotation

i Mental Health

Steve Turner

ii iii iv v

Sexual Health,

3.15

Dr David Edwards

Diabetes, Dr Rowan Hillson

Cancer/breakthrough pain, Ray Bunn

Prescribing & medicines management in aesthetic medicine Details to be confirmed

Refreshments & exhibition

3.00 Keynote address Details to be confirmed 4.00 Question time 4.15

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ANP’s 13th National Conference and CPD event Workshop leaders Prescribing in sexual health Steve Turner Steve is a registered general and mental health nurse prescriber with an honours degree in social policy. His work spans clinical practice; healthcare information; change and innovation in the NHS and clinical governance. Steve has a special interest in engagement and adherence. In 2008 he set up Steve Turner Innovations, which is a not-for-profit company marketing expertise in helping patients and services users achieve improved health outcomes. He is also NPC medicines management trainer for the south west; facilitator for the Cornwall Partnership NHS Trust non-medical prescribers’ peer supervision group and an associate lecturer at the University of Plymouth. He has published several articles on non-medical prescribing development and action learning.

Prescribing for sexual health Dr David Edwards David qualified in medicine at the London Hospital Medical College in 1977. He worked in hospitals in Chelmsford, Cambridge and Bristol before training in general practice, becoming a GP in Chipping Norton. He has a post graduate degree in Medical Anthropology. At present he combines part-time family medicine with sexual dysfunction – undertaking clinics, research, advisory boards, lecturing, writing and media work, including Panorama, Embarrassing Bodies and extensive radio work. He is also president elect of the British Society of Sexual Medicine.

Managing diabetes Dr Rowan Hillson MBE Rowan is a consultant physician and diabetologist at The Hillingdon Hospital, London, where she and colleagues have established a very successful local diabetes service. As well as working at The Hillingdon Hospital, Rowan is the author of several books for patients about diabetes and thyroid disorders and the department of health’s national clinical director for diabetes.


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Cancer and breakthrough pain Ray Bunn

Following a successful a career in pharmacy practice and senior management in NHS trusts, Ray is now a practicing community and palliative care pharmacist for Kamsons Pharmacy and St Catherine’s Hospice in Crawley, West Sussex. He is also visiting lecturer in palliative care at the University of Brighton, School of Pharmacy and a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry.

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The Wellcome Collection Conference Centre 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE This year’s ANP conference and CPD event are at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre. This is a private area within Wellcome Collection, a major new £30 million public venue developed by the Wellcome Trust. To find out more about Wellcome Collection and the Wellcome Trust, see the information below.

Wellcome Collection Wellcome Collection is a free visitor destination for the incurably curious. Located at 183 Euston Road, London, it explores the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future. The venue offers visitors contemporary and historic exhibitions and collections, lively public events, the world-renowned Wellcome Library, a café, a bookshop, conference facilities and a members’ club. Where else could you find an ancient mummy, Napoleon’s toothbrush, Darwin’s walking stick, a DNA sequencing robot and a Marc Quinn sculpture under one roof?

Wellcome Trust The Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal health. We support the brightest minds in biomedical research and the medical humanities. Our breadth of support includes public engagement, education and the application of research to improve health. The Trust is independent of both political and commercial interests. Established in 1936 in the will of Sir Henry Wellcome and now with an endowment of over £13 billion, we are the UK’s largest non-governmental source of funds for biomedical research. The Wellcome Trust website features a wealth of information about Sir Henry Wellcome and his vision. Further information about the Trust, our organisation and what we do is also available.

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Getting there... Rail Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross mainline stations. Tube Euston station: Victoria and Northern lines Euston Square station: Circle, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith and City lines Warren Street station: Victoria and Northern lines King’s Cross station: Victoria, Northern, Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith and City lines Buses The following buses pass near Wellcome Collection: 10 : 18 : 24 : 27 : 29 : 30 : 57 : 68 : 73 : 88 : 91 : 134 : 168 : 253 Check travel information at the Transport for London website. Parking Unless you are familiar with London we do not recommend you travel. However, we have a limited number of parking bays available to book for visitors who are Blue Badge holders. Please contact the venue team directly to book this. At Euston Station there is a 230-space underground car park.

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The vital work of the ANP making a difference for healthcare professionals across the UK For more than a decade the Association for Nurse Prescribing (ANP) has been a leading voice campaigning for and promoting the vital role of nurse and non-medical prescribing. The association, whose Patron is Baroness Julia Cumberlege, CBE, and President is Dr June Crown, CBE, succeeded in its first major campaign in May 2006 when legislation was changed to enable appropriately qualified nurses to prescribe from the full British National Formulary within their area of competence. Since this first important victory the role of the ANP has evolved to provide nurses and non-medical prescribers with vital support and education in so that they feel confident and supported in their expanded role of prescriber. The ANP recognises that the patient is at the heart of every nurse’s career and that nurses need to continue improving their standards of care, knowledge and proficiency. That’s why the ANP continues to be the organisation the healthcare profession, the NHS, government and commercial organisations turn to when they need to hear the thoughts and ideas of nurse and non-medical prescribers from across the UK.

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