The International Health and Social Care Workforce Seminar Series
A seminar series from the NIHR Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit and Making Research Count
The International Series presents seminars on a wide range of topics with an international dimension which have a bearing on the health and social care workforce.
The series is convened by Caroline Norrie, Research Fellow at the NIHR Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King's and is a joint presentation from HSCWRU and Making Research Count (MRC).
Rethinking Safe Staffing with Modern Nursing Labour
The first International Health and Social Care Workforce Seminar Series event of 2021 will take place virtually, via Zoom, on Wednesday 24 February, from 3.00pm to 4.15pm.
Our guest speaker is – Dr Jennifer Jackson – Assistant Professor of Nursing from the University of Calgary, Canada.
As always, this event is free, but if you would like to attend please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
Nursing work is often misunderstood, which has implications for staffing and patient safety. In this seminar Jennifer will present her research into nursing labour and its implications for staffing, carried out in the UK National Health Service (NHS) and will discuss how her findings apply internationally. There will be an opportunity for questions and discussion after the presentation.
Jennifer graduated with a BScN Honours from St. Francis Xavier University and earned her PhD in Nursing Research at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care at King’s College London. She created the first livetweets of nursing work, and has spearheaded the development of Resilience Challenge, a video game to translate ideas about organisational resilience to healthcare providers. Her presentations and tutorials are available on YouTube.
Earlier international seminars
19 September 2019 'International Social Work Practice' Carolyn Housman, CEO of Children and Families Across Borders (CFAB) and Noriko Takahashi, Principal Inter-country Social Worker at CFAB.
29 May 2019 'Is there a ‘best time’ for a person with dementia to move to a care home: emerging findings' Jill Manthorpe; Kritika Samsi, HSCWRU. | 'Staff engagement and training in a range of initiatives for older people in Hong Kong' Elsie Hui, Chief of Service of the Department of Medicine and Geriatrics at Shatin Hospital and Shatin Cheshire Home. More info on this double seminar.
4 April 2019'Improving the quality of care and the quality of life at work for health professionals: the challenges of French (and European?) Healthcare Institutions' Sandra Bertezene, Professor of Healthcare Management Services at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers
6 March 2019 (Note time: 10 am-12 noon) 'The underground economy and irregular migration: the case of Italy' Leila Simona Talani, Professor of International Political Economy in the department of European and International Studies at KCL
31 October 2018 'A comparison of government approaches to quality improvement in care homes in England and Australia' Lisa Trigg, Assistant Director of Research, Data and Intelligence for Social Care Wales
11 June 2018 ‘Empowering volunteers to support people at the end of their lives: model and practice in Hong Kong’ Vivian Lou, University of Hong Kong
7 December 2016 ‘The risky business of Asset Based Community Development: Shifting power and regenerating practice’ Dr Amanda Howard, University of Newcastle, Australia
5 July 2016 ‘Caregiving, work, and health: longitudinal findings from the Thai Cohort Study’ Dr Vasoontara Yiengprugsawan, Australian National University
28 April 2016 ‘Quality is personal: negotiating choice and risk in community-based dementia care’ Dr Dianne Goeman, Royal District Nursing Service Institute of Australia
26 January 2016 ‘Social Work in the Enterprise University: Australian perspectives’ Kylie Agbim
29 October 2014 'Health & Social Care Workforce Migration: NZ – UK patterns and policy' Prof Robin Gauld (University of Otago, New Zealand), with Dr Isabel Shutes, Prof Jill Manthorpe and Prof Stephen Bach