Recording Care Project wins at NIPEC conference


Belfast Trust was declared a winner at the recent Northern Ireland Practice & Education Council for Nursing & Midwifery (NIPEC) conference for their involvement in the Regional Recording Care: Evidencing Safe & Effective Care Project (2012).


Ward Sister Louise Crowe, Deputy Ward Sister Suzanne Morwood and Staff Nurse Bridgette McAnae from 11 North, presented on the day of the Conference and went on to win the ‘Practice’ Category on behalf of the 13 Wards across Belfast Trust who are participating in this project.


Pictured: Sonya McVeigh NIPEC Professional Officer, Ward Sister Louise Crowe, Deputy Ward Sister Suzanne Morewood, Staff Nurse Bridgette McAnae. 

About the Project

The project was developed to implement and test tools and resources produced during a Regional Record Keeping Initiative (RRKI) that took place in 2009-2010 The aim of this initiative was to develop and implement an agreed format for a Regional Nursing Assessment and Plan of Care Document, for the purpose of assisting nurses and midwives in improving their record keeping practice in line with Nursing and Midwifery Council guidance and to promote a culture which supports person centred record keeping practices.

NIPEC Professional Officer

Sonya McVeigh has been seconded to NIPEC to facilitate the recording care project within the Belfast Trust.

Sonya McVeigh
Professional Officer/Project Manager
Recording Care: Evidencing Safe and Effective Care
Tel: (028) 95049452