See below for information regarding upcoming Academy of Nursing Monthly Webinars. All are welcome to attend. Please email AcademyofNursing@exeter.ac.uk if you are interested.
Prof. Mikey Dunn - "Redeploying nursing staff in the COVID-19 pandemic: An ethical roadmap"
Date: Wednesday 12th May 2021
Prof. Christopher Herbert - "Why Nursing History Matters"
Date: Wednesday 9th June 2021
Prof. Maggie Shepherd - "A Nurse's Journey to a Career in Research"
Date: Wednesday 14th July 2021
See below for information and recordings from previous Academy of Nursing Monthly Webinars:
Madeleine Bunting - "Labours of Love"
Date: Wednesday 14th April 2021
Madeleine Bunting is an award winning author and journalist. She introduced her book ‘Labours of Love: The Crisis of Care’, which is the result of an extensive investigation of UK care practices. The book is timely, engaging and necessary. It adopts a critical approach to current care services. It is also celebratory regarding the value of care and care-givers, including nurses and care assistances. It is uncompromising in drawing attention to the need for serious political engagement and commitment to resolving escalating care challenges.
Dr Joan McCarthy - "Nursing, Moral Distress and the Crucible of COVID-19"
Date: Wednesday 17th March 2021
Dr. Joan McCarthy is a Senior Lecturer in Healthcare Ethics in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, University College Cork, Ireland.
She has published extensively on topics including ethics at the beginning and end of life; nursing and midwifery ethics, and; feminist perspectives on bioethics. Her presentation focuses on the moral distress of health professionals in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prof. Ann Gallagher - "Slow Ethics and the Art of Care"
Date: Wednesday 10th February 2021
In this first in a series of webinars from the Academy of Nursing, University of Exeter, Professor Ann Gallagher provides an overview of her book Slow Ethics and the Art of Care. Her book aims to ‘counter the craving for short-term answers, restores balance and affirms the value of the art of care. The book features stories from different care contexts, enticing readers to adopt an approach that enables humans, other species and the environment to flourish.