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30 day challenges

If you could break, challenge or change any rules in service of a better experience or or outcome for patients and staff, what would it be? What "Permissions" do we want to grant to enable us to offer a better experience or outcome for patients and staff? Please add your ideas or sign up to join in here  

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30 day challenges

Your voice is important! Your views, opinions, and experiences matter. A blog gives you this space – post yours here and inspire others. Don't forget to share it too #FutureNursing #FutureMidwifery

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Twelve 30 day challenges were launched by Professor Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England on 14th May 2018 as part of the Transforming Perceptions of Nursing and Midwifery campaign.  Please register your interest in the link here.

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Virtual hackathon

You can register your interest for the Hackathon here Thousands of nurses, midwives, and students from across the country have been involved in face-to-face hackathons. The quality of the ideas, and the energy for change during these events has been outstanding. Now we are taking this hackathon approach to a whole new level of engagement – by making it virtual. Groups of four to 10 nurses, midwives, and other colleagues have formed teams. Each team is working to come up with a solution to one of the following questions in the form of a short video: How do we ensure nursing and midwifery expertise is at the heart of shaping future healthcare policy? OR How do we get the media to reflect and promote nursing and midwifery as desirable professions? OR What systems and/or networks could we build to improve the way nurses and midwives connect, communicate, share and learn from each other? Professor Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer for England will be launching the hackathon online at 10am on Monday 14 May. You will be able to submit your teams' ideas from this time. Tuesday 15 May – 12pm review where the top four teams will be selected. The final four teams will present virtually to a judging panel at 3pm on 15 May. The winner will be announced during the Mona Grey lecture at the RCN Congress, which starts at 5.45pm on 15 May. The proposals from the winning team will be implemented as part of the national campaign for transforming the perceptions of nursing and midwifery.  

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Challenge Update More than 250 ideas, stories and suggestions were submitted to this platform by diverse groups of people. By working with nurses, midwives, Ambassadors and decision makers, these ideas have been mapped into ten Building Blocks that will aid the development of positive perceptions of nursing and midwifery. Your engagement is so important, as your conversations will help shape the future of nursing and midwifery. Thank you for everyone that submitted ideas.  Click more to read the original challenge brief.     You can now register teams to get involved in the Hackathon event (14 - 15 May). Register your interest for the Hackathon here.

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Sprint one

Challenge Update More than 250 ideas, stories and suggestions were submitted to this platform by diverse groups of people. By working with nurses, midwives, Ambassadors and decision makers, these ideas have been mapped into ten Building Blocks that will aid the development of positive perceptions of nursing and midwifery. Your engagement is so important, as your conversations will help shape the future of nursing and midwifery. Thank you for everyone that submitted ideas. You can now register teams to get involved in the Hackathon event (14 - 15 May). Register your interest for the Hackathon  here . Click more to read the original challenge brief.     You can now register teams to get involved in the Hackathon event (14 - 15 May). Register your interest for the Hackathon here.  

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Sprint one

Challenge Update More than 250 ideas, stories and suggestions were submitted to this platform by diverse groups of people. By working with nurses, midwives, Ambassadors and decision makers, these ideas have been mapped into ten Building Blocks that will aid the development of positive perceptions of nursing and midwifery. Your engagement is so important, as your conversations will help shape the future of nursing and midwifery. Thank you for everyone that submitted ideas. Click more to read the original challenge brief. You can now register teams to get involved in the Hackathon event (14 - 15 May). Register your interest for the Hackathon here.    

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