Occupational Health Nursing
A keynote webinar with the Queen’s Nursing Institute CEO
A webinar hosted by SOM – Nov 17th 12-1pm
Chair – Professor Anne Harriss
How does occupational health nursing form part of the family of nurses who work in community?
OH nurses have advocated for health professionals over the pandemic e.g. about PPE in Care Homes
What can we learn from each other e.g. the impact of Long Covid on the health of the workforce?
Crystal will also cover the role and future of QNI, the QNI review and action plan on Race, Equality and Inclusivity; increasing the representation of BAME nurses with the title of Queen’s Nurse as an example of one action; allyship, career champions, and how being a QN opens doors; and, other ways that QNI is addressing diversity and inclusion.
Supporting Nurses to tell their stories – through our work with Suzanne Gordon and the importance of being able to share with the public the impact we make on the health of communities - to influence policy.
Register on Eventbrite here.
Dr Crystal Oldman CBE is Chief Executive of the Queen’s Nursing Institute. Crystal qualified as a nurse at UCH, London. Crystal also spent 18 years in Higher Education, where her role as Dean included the development of evidence based practice within the integrated community nursing, primary and social care workforce. Crystal’s interest in leadership and management inspired her doctoral studies. Crystal is a Governing Body Nurse with Buckinghamshire CCG. In 2017, Crystal was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to community nursing and her leadership of the QNI. Crystal is an Honorary Professor at LSBU.