Chief Nursing Office Regional Engagement Events 2022

Nurses & Midwives across the country are invited to participate in engagement sessions with the team from the Chief Nursing Office. This is a great opportunity for you to engage directly with Rachel Kenna and the team on the development of the strategic priorities for Nursing and Midwifery 2023-2026. This is an opportunity for all partners in care delivery including policy, service, and academia to contribute to the strategic priorities that will empower, enable and enhance nursing and midwifery care delivery, design and research and continue to place us in an optimum position to be world leaders in key areas of nursing and midwifery. The first event took place in Sligo on October 26th, and further planned events include the below dates. You can register to attend your preferred event by clicking on the relevant link for each date.

Dundalk: Fairways Hotel 8th November. Register here.

Clane: Westgrove Hotel 16th November. Register here.

Cork: Clayton Silver Springs Hotel 23rd November. Register here.

Please promote these events among your colleagues, as a core aim is to have a representative mix from across the spectrum of nursing and midwifery practice in attendance.


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Mr. David Delaney

David is the newly elected Secretary. He currently works in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. David graduated from the University of Tasmania in Australia and started his career in cardiac care. From there he worked in the Intensive care units of the Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania, the Royal Prince Alfred, Sydney, St. James Hospital, Dublin and University Hospital Limerick. He is currently a Clinical Skills Facilitator in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. He has previously studied a postgraduate diploma in Intensive Care Nursing with NUI Galway and is currently in his dissertation year of this Masters in Advanced Nursing Care also with NUI Galway. David will be a registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner once his MSc is complete. David also holds a position on the student subgroup of the International Council of Nurses NP/APN network.