Supporting and enhancing the development of competence in neuroscience nursing

2021 Autumn BANN Conference

2021 Autumn BANN Conference

In late 2020, following the postponement of the autumn 2020 conference we had hoped that we could plan for the 2021 autumn conference in Glasgow, however due to the continued uncertainly because of the ongoing Covid pandemic and unpredictability of the future in terms of restrictions we have taken the decision to postpone the face-to-face meeting until the Spring of 2022.

However, for the autumn of 2021 we plan to deliver our First Virtual 1-day conference on the 1st October.- Meeting the Challenge in a Pandemic 

The year of 2020 and indeed the start to 2021 was an incredible challenge for us as individuals, teams and services. The fast paced change saw was quick and innovative thinking to meet the challenges. The stories of innovation and patient care during this time are well-worth exploring and therefore the theme of the virtual conference is ‘meeting the challenges in a pandemic’. We want to hear about your experiences, service changes and adaptions to patient care during the pandemic and how this has impacted and shaped services moving forward. All oral presentations on this subject matter are warmly invited and we look forward to hearing your experiences.

We hope that you will continue to support BANN and join us in this event and contribution to advancing neuroscience nursing.

Call for abstracts is now OPEN - click here to make your submission.

Registration is now OPEN - please click here to register. Cost: Free for members and £10 for non-members

Codman, as part of Integra Lifesciences, has an important heritage in supporting educational programmes for medical doctors and nurses.  We a very proud to be Sponsor of the BANN 1 day virtual conference.

 

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The Society was founded in 1971 at Manchester Royal Infirmary as the British Society of Neurosurgical Nurses (BSNN). ┬áThe Society changed its name to the British Association of Neuroscience Nurses (BANN) in 1998. Our Equality & Diversity statement »