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Nursing metrics in mental health conference 2013

All acute and mental health trusts are now expected to show improvements in the quality of patient care by developing a culture of compassionate care.

This vision is about enabling nurses and care-givers with the tools they need to create a caring culture, putting patients back at the heart of their care and treatment.

Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is staging an inaugural national conference to share its expertise at a FREE one day event  at Villa Park stadium in Aston, Birmingham, on April 25, 2013.

Implementing nursing metrics in mental health, as now required by the Department of Health, will help nurses and carers deliver high quality care and measure its impact on patients’ experience.

The Nursing Metrics in Mental Health conference will help trusts to:

  • Follow evidence-based best practice to deliver high quality outcomes to those who use health and care services,

  • measure what we do and our contribution to quality, and

  • be transparent and publish the outcomes.


Nursing metrics are just one of the tools trusts can use to measure how standards of care improve against real patient feedback. Using technology, nursing metrics can also support productivity, efficiency and decision-making, promote safe practice and enable care to be provided in new ways.

Book your FREE place today, as these are limited, via email to nursingmetricsconf@bsmhft.nhs.uk or by completing the booking form below.