Join us to explore the key achievements in digital nursing and midwifery over the past year and key coming milestones. Explore innovative digital solutions to support excellent nursing care in a wide range of community settings, including primary care, social care and community services.
Prof Greta Westwood
CEO, Florence Nightingale Foundation
Dr Crystal Oldman
chief executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
Dr Crystal Oldman CBE is Chief Executive of The Queen’s Nursing Institute (“The QNI”).
Crystal was awarded a CBE in 2017 for services to community nursing and her leadership of the QNI. Crystal is a Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing and a Trustee of the Nuffield Trust.
CNIO, Oxford University Hospitals NHS FT
Simon has worked with clinical informatics for the past 20 years and leads a team of informatics nurses, working collaboratively with clinical, technical and organisational services. Simon is a member of the CNIO advisory panel for Digital Health, he is also on the Faculty of Clinical Informatics working groups for Professionalism, the Office of the CCIO, the FCI Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Panel, and contributed toward the What Good Looks Like Nursing Guidance, participating in the launch at Rewired in 2022.
interim CNIO, NHS England
Helen’s work seeks to ensure that nursing practice is supported by digital technology and data science and that nurses are equipped to work and lead in an digitally enabled environment. Helen is also responsible for the digital clinical safety strategy and interoperable medicines programme.
Prior to joining the team, Helen was CNIO/Head of Nursing at Cambridge University Hospitals. This was a strategic role working across the organisation providing clinical leadership for all aspects of informatics including adoption and use of new ways of working using technology.
Helen is passionate about using technology to support the delivery of high quality, evidence-based care and empowering patients in managing their own health record.
Crystal Oldman, Greta Westwood, Helen Balsdon, Simon Noel