To celebrate this varied and dynamic profession, we’re hosting a day of activities at Collegiate Campus to celebrate the skills and achievements of nurses.
You’re invited to join us for exciting activities, including a celebration of 100 years of Learning Disability Nursing; a Teddy Bears Hospital for local nursery children; nursing experiences of international nursing; a Danceathon and much more! There will also be opportunities to learn about some of the key challenges to global public health – discussions on FGM, human trafficking, knife crime and street violence, LGBT+, and dementia friends.
Plus, there will be a cake stall to raise money for a Student Mental Health and Wellbeing charity and Mums United. Donations of cakes and buns are welcome on the day!
We are also launching a food and sanitary product collection point. Donations of dried, tinned foods and non-perishable goods are welcomed.
There will be something for everyone!
Celebrating International Nurses’ Day
Wednesday 8th May 2019 at the
Heart of the Campus, S10 2BP, 10am – 4pm
10-11am -Teddy Bears Hospital – HoC 0.29
10-11am – FGM a public health issue – Pat Day – HoC 0.32
11-12 noon – A China Experience – Clare Manley – HoC 0.32
12-1pm – An Africa Experience – Hannah Wilson – HoC 0.32
12-1pm – LGBTQ+ a nursing perspective – Pat Day- HoC 0.29
1-2pm – Celebrating 100 years of Learning Disability Nursing – Jacqui Brewster – HoC 0.29
2-3pm – Mums United – working to reduce the impact of violence & exploitation on our streets – HoC 0.29
3-4pm – Become a Dementia Friend – Gayle Hazelby – HoC 0.32
3-4pm – Human Trafficking – Pat Day – HoC 0.29
Heart of the Campus Exhibition Area – ALL DAY
Cake Stall – donations of cakes and buns on the day are very welcome
Food and Sanitary Wear Collection Point (co-ordinated by Laura Makey) – bring your donations
Danceathon – come and join in the fun! Get your dancing shoes on!
Celebrating 100 years of Learning Disability Nursing display
SHU BAME support group
Table Tennis – come along and play for fun!
Plus Talking Nursing Heads from around the world
For further information, please contact Gayle Hazelby – firstname.lastname@example.org