Meet our most recent asset in the keynotes’ line-up
Tommy Dickinson is a Reader in Nursing Education and Head of the Department of Mental Health Nursing at King’s College London. The title of his keynote address: ‘Nursing a plague: Nurses’ perspectives on their work during the United Kingdom HIV/AIDS crisis, 1981-1996’.
ENC22 welcomes V&VN as partner
Thank you, Máxima MC, for joining ENC22 as a Premium Partner!
ENC welcomes its new Premium Partner, the Maastricht University Medical Centre
LAST CALL FOR ABSTRACTS!
Don’t miss this opportunity. Make nurses Key Drivers of Change in Future Proofing Nursing. ENC22 calls upon nurses, researchers, educators, to submit their abstracts. Research, practice or education based. Deadline for submitting your abstracts is 1 March.
Careyn: no nurses, no future
Careyn relies on its nurses, a driving force within our professional organization. No nurses, no future.
ENC22 is proud to announce that the Dutch Hospital Association has joined as our latest Premium Partner!
The Dutch Hospital Association (NVZ) is the trade association for general hospitals and specialist institutions in the Netherlands. It represents the interests of our members where healthcare, economy and society are concerned.
Since 1991 the NVZ has grown to be an influential lobbyist in the healthcare sector.
Address the challenges
Deventer Hospital is thrilled to join ENC22; a great chance to address the challenges that face nurses all over the world together! We look forward to meeting you all in October.; a great chance to address the challenges that face nurses all over the world together! We look forward to meeting you all in October.
ENC22 welcomes CWZ as Premium Partner
Nursing our mission, our passion, our pride; the future starts today!
In today’s de Volkskrant ENC22 premium partner the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA) calls for better possibilities for nurses who have just finished their studies.
Corine Latour, director of HvA Nursing School: ‘These ambitious, smart, and state-of-the-art trained nurses want to start their specialization in IC or First Aid right away. Instead, they are discouraged by hospitals who force them to work in a general ward for a year. Hospitals should adjust to a new generation of nurses with specialized and evidence-based training. If they would, less nurses would quit their jobs within a few years. Instead of looking abroad for nurses, we should encourage talented and ambitious nurses in our own country.’