Developing person-centred, safe and effective cultures through practice development

23-27 July 2018 

A development opportunity for health and social care practitioners to explore the foundational and key aspects of practice development to develop as leaders of culture change



Our Vision

To inspire and enable a culture across health and social care that values people, where patients experience care and services which are the best they can be and staff feel appreciated and supported.

Our Mission

To work in partnership with health and social care organisations to a foster a commitment to person-centredness by valuing staff and enabling them to develop the knowledge, skills and expertise to provide nursing that is safe, effective and caring. 



Latest Blog - 20th February

This week Professor Dame Donna Kinnair of the Royal College of Nursing, talks about why she is supporting Nursing Now! - why nurses are uniquely skilled and experienced to have a positive impact on policy and health

International Practice Development Journal (IPDJ) Volume 7 Issue 2 OUT NOW!

Original Practice Development and Research
Critical Review of Literature
Critical Reflections 
Ideas and Influences

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My personal experience

by Giselle Cope - practice development school and how it impacted on my clinical practice

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Scholarship opportunity

The Richard Tompkins Scholarship is a development opportunity, for a registered nurse, midwife or health visitor who is committed to developing person-centred cultures of care. Closing date: 5pm on 4th April 2018

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Learning from others

  You learn a lot from other participants at practice development school

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