Events to celebrate 125 Years of Nurse Education in Oxford

  • The Past, Present and Future of Nursing Education

  • Date Speaker Title
    January 21

    Launch of 125 years events


    21

    Launch of Anniversary Booklet


    21 Prof Brendan McCormack

    125 yrs celebrations inaugural Lecture

    Capturing the energy within – the future landscape of nursing education

    February 17 Prof Debra Jackson Promoting patient safety in acute and community settings: a whole systems approach

    25 Prof Kim Usher A celebration of mental health nursing highlighting some key developments over the past four decades.
    March 24 

    Dr Ann Bradshaw

    History of nursing post Nightingale

    Followed by an exhibition of nursing history 

    April 19 Prof Lynn McDonald

    History of nursing pre and including Nightingale

    Followed by exhibition of nursing history


    23

    Fun Walk/ Run event At Harcourt Hill Oxford and Swindon


    26 Prof Kate Seers Research - why bother?
    May 11 Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    International Nurses Week 

    11 Prof June Girvin Reflections on nursing, leadership and a fabulous working life - Open Lecture

    12

    International Nurses Day

    OUHT, OBU  joint nurses conference


    11

    International Nurses week


    17 Prof Viv Bennett The Best Start in Life for All our Children and Young People

    18 Dr Brian Murray Behaviours that challenge: looking into the ways of reducing early institutionalised care for dementia

    TBC TBC

    Tours round hospitals

    21
    Celebration lunch open to all at Brookes Restaurant
    June 7 Prof Sarah Kagan Book Smarts. Street Smarts, Nurse Smarts

    16

     

    Student Celebration Tea

    16

    Prof Alison Kitson

    We explore the future of compassionate care and ask whether the health system (and society) are too mean to care?
    July 13

    Prof Tracy Levett-Jones

    Clinical Reasoning: what it is and why it matters...
    20

    Prof Catherine Stoddart

    Nurses Leading Healthcare - What will it take?
    August 1 Prof Patricia Davidson Women live longer but at what cost?
    September 1 Prof Hester C. Klopper
    Global Trends Impacting Health Care


    5-9
    All Together Better Health V111 conference in Oxford

    20 Prof Laura Serrant 'Waiting to Exhale' - Towards diversity leadership and clinical academic identity in nursing
    October 26

    Prof Ruth Norway

    Everyone is vulnerable but some more vulnerable than others? The role of nurses in recognising and reducing vulnerability

    18
    Annual Civic Cathedral service Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford
    November 11


    Public Health Film Society Film - Barbara's Story

    Followed by Q&A panel with leading nurse leaders

    December 5
    Future of Nursing Debate Panel Discussion