Welcome to the Midlands regional page

Midlands Region next Study Day...

The Midlands Region next Study Day is taking place on the 2nd Ocotber 2017. 

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Say hello to the Midlands Committee!

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My Name is Rob Furby and I’m the midlands regional committee Interim Chair Person. I took on the role in 2017 following a few years on the committee in a variety of different roles.

My background is predominantly Adult Critical Care. I qualified from Sheffield University and I came to Nottingham in 2010 where I initially worked as a staff nurse on ICU before a promotion to Clinical Nurse Educator in 2014. Alongside my educator responsibilities, I am the Lead Nurse for medical devices for our service.

Along with my passion for education and development of staff within critical care I am also an aspiring academic. I am currently completing an MSci with a view to take my research to doctoral level study.

I hope that in my new role I will be able to support the committee to deliver both an agenda high-quality of study session and support to you our members in the years to come.

Can you support us? If you can give a few hours a month to help us, then get in contact

Best wishes,

Rob


Hi Everyone!

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My name is Katie and I took on the role of treasurer for the Midlands committee in 2015. After qualifying in 2014 with a Masters in Nursing Science from the University of Nottingham I have held a staff nurse post on Critical Care in Nottingham.

I recently completed both a secondment to an acute medical unit and our in-house rotation programme to the other Adult Critical Care areas in the city. I have interests in uses of technology within Critical Care and palliative care. I had the opportunity to present my dissertation results (as a short talk) at the BACCN conference in 2015 and at the Mid-Trent Critical Care Network conference (as a poster) the same year.

Being recently qualified I don’t feel like my inexperience in the field holds me back at all. I feel I am able to represent a growing demographic – newly qualified nurses, new to Critical Care! I would encourage any nurse new to Critical Care to get on board – so if you feel you are able to help out the committee contact our Chair, Rob (baccnmidlands@gmail.com)!

Katie

 


 

An Exciting Opportunity to influence Critical Care Nursing!

Calling all BACCN Midlands Region Members,

  • Are you keen to develop professionally as a critical care nurse?
  • Are you looking for career development opportunity 
  • Are you interested in finding out about (or influencing) the future of critical care nursing?

If yes to any of the above, we are seeking expressions of interest from enthusiastic critical care nurses from the Midlands region to join a new inspiring BACCN committee. There are no specific qualifications required and you can be any grade of nurse in order to contribute to the local BACCN regional committee.

All you need to be is a BACCN member who is enthusiastic to take forward the work of the BACCN within your region. The purpose of the Regional Committee is to provide education and support for critical care nurses within the region. If you're passionate about critical care nursing and would like to be part of a team to help to further train and develop critical care nurses across the region, we would really love you to come along and join us.

If you would like any further information please contact us by email via support@baccn.org or by phone 0844 800 8843.