Explore different approaches to help with early identification and managing patient care. What is and is not working well in acute and community care?
Chair: Emily Burch
CNIO, North London Mental Health Partnership
clinical development lead, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust
Laura is the Clinical Development Lead for the Digital Health Transformation Service at Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust. In this role, she guides like-minded digital nurses to successfully adopt innovative ways to reach out and engage with service users. Laura qualified as a paediatric nurse in 2007, working in an acute paediatric setting before commencing her career in school nursing in 2018, and completing the PGDip in specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) in 2020. In her previous role, Laura led on ChatHealth for the School Nursing Team in Manchester, igniting her passion for digital nursing.
digital interventions clinical lead, Sussex Partnership NHS FT
CNIO and associate director of quality standards, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS FT
I have worked in the NHS since 1998 and registered as a Mental Health Nurse in 2003. I went on to complete a BSc (Hons) in mental health nursing in 2008, and a MA in Leadership and Innovation in 2018. My career has spanned adult acute inpatient, crisis, and community mental health services, with a particular interest in quality standards and improvement. I completed the IHI Quality Improvement Coaching course in 2019.
My current role is Associate Director of Quality Standards and Chief Nursing Information Officer, working for Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.
Laura Burrowes, Lindsay Evans, Tracey Holland