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The Phi Mu chapter of Sigma is proud of our members who are nurses, students, leaders, researchers, and educators. To see requirements for induction in Sigma, click on About Us and How to Join tabs above for more details

 

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Phi Mu have the best Webmaster in STTI in Jan '18

Our very own webmaster, Jennifer Kirman, has had her hard work rewarded, leading Phi Mu to be awarded website of the month for January.
Read Jennifer's blog here, explaining about how you too can become
involved in Phi Mu.

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Website of the Month is a prestigious STTI award. The Phi Mu website has been chosen above all other Chapter websites globally, which is a fantastic honour. 
Jennifer has ensured that we now have a contemporary look to our website and that the information members receive is up-to-date and relevant. We aim to build on this success for 2018, showcasing the work of Phi Mu to other STTI members and beyond.
We wish Jennifer all the best for her upcoming leave and look forward to her return later in the year.

 

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Sigma Biennium: Janet flies the flag for the all-England Chapter!

44th STTI Biennial Convention, Indianapolis USA, 28/10/17-1/11/17
Dr Janet Scammell: President Phi Mu Chapter and Chapter delegate at Convention

see Janet's blog here

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 Sigma Theta Tau International 4th Biennial European Conference 2018


The Phi Mu Chapter of Sigma and Anglia Ruskin University look forward to welcoming you to Cambridge for the 4th Biennial European Conference

on 4th – 6th June 2018, in Cambridge, UK

(Welcome event evening of the 3rd June)

The theme of the event will be Leading Nursing in Times of Change: Education, Research and Practice

The programme will include a combination of concurrent sessions, posters, workshops, seminars and clinical visits to local healthcare providers. We are pleased to announce that the three keynote presentations will be delivered by Baroness Mary Watkins of Tavistock, Dr Frances Hughes (CEO, International Council of Nurses) and Professor Marit Kirkevold (Professor of Nursing, University of Oslo).

There will also be a lively social programme allowing delegates to meet and network with nurses from around the world.

Information on registration will be available shortly.

The organisers look forward to welcoming you to Cambridge in 2018. If you need any further information about the Conference please email STTIEC2018@anglia.ac.uk or call +44 1223 69 8529. See link to poster - latest_STTIEC2018_-_Poster.pdf

Email: STTIEC2018@anglia.ac.uk
Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/STTIEC2018/
Twitter hashtag: #STTIEC2018

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Chapter News

  • PPI Seminar Opportunity: Evidence That Matters. - 23rd Feb '18

    ​Phi Xi chapter (Portugal) have organised a seminar that will take place on Friday the 23th February 2018. They have set up a link to make video participation possible for all (see below).

    Phi Xi invite all European members who would like to listen to their international guest, Thilo Kroll, (in English) from 9.40am to 10. 25am (local time in Portugal) about "Evidence That Matters: Meaningful Involvement of Patients and the Public in Health Research”.  More information can be found in the abstract 'Coimbra Presentation Abstract', in the library section of the Phi Mu site.

    Everybody will be welcome through the link provided below.

  • Where have all the nurses gone? Exploring nurse retention

    Please see details of our next Chapter scholarly event in the events section at the bottom of this home page.  members can attend in person or view it via the URL.  A recording will be made available on the website in due course.
  • December 2017: Member briefing from Chapter President

    Dear all

    Phi Mu website has been awarded ‘Sigma Website of the month for January’; many congratulations to Jennifer Kirman (our webmaster) and the Communications Committee. Check it out and update your profile to maximise the networking opportunities that Sigma offers: http://phimu.nursingsociety.org/home

    Ann Bevan has stepped down from her role as treasurer.  Colleagues at Bournemouth University presented her with some flowers on behalf of the Chapter to thank her for her work.  Photos will be uploaded in the discussion section of the website shortly.

    Planning continues for the 4th Biennial European Region Conference Leading Nursing in Times of Change: Education, Research and Practice hosted by Anglia Ruskin University on behalf of Phi Mu Chapter at Cambridge.  Abstract submissions were excellent in terms of number and quality, which bodes well for a great event.  If you haven’t booked your place yet, the early bird registration deadline is 31st January https://www.anglia.ac.uk/health-social-care-and-education/research/stti-european-conference-2018 

    Bournemouth students were introduced to Sigma in December via a key note lecture about the WHO Sustainable Development Goals and nurses’ contribution to world health. Check out the news story on our website.

    The latest European Region newsletter has been sent to members; this gives some insight into the six Sigma Chapters in Europe.

    Wishing you a Happy Christmas and a great 2018!
    Best wishes, Janet
  • Bournemouth University nurse students learn about GAPFON

    Desi Tait (Faculty Counsellor) and Janet Scammell (President) facilitated two interactive lectures for first year nursing students in early December entitled 'Nurses leading the way in global health'.  We explored the international healthcare context using the UN Sustainable Development Goals.  Drawing on the DAPFON model and the six professional issues identified, we then considered the role of nurses in advancing world health on the global stage and explored the role of Sigma in this endeavour.
  • Launch of the Global Leader Mentorship Community (2nd cohort)

    The Global Leader Mentorship Community (2nd cohort) has just been launched.  New applicants are being sought. 

    The GLMC2 is the second cycle of the community started in 2015 through Sigma theta Tau International (Sigma). Information on the community is available on the Virginia Henderson Global e-Repository.

    For consideration for participation, complete the application form (download from link above) and return to Dr. Buckner at ebbuckner@gmail.com by 15 December 2017. Notifications will be made by January 15, 2018.

    Read more about using the link below.
  • Early Bird Booking - 4th Biennial European Conference

    Sigma Theta Tau International  invite you to the 4th Biennial European Conference, Leading Nursing in Times of Change: Education, Research and Practice

    Please note the Early Bird Registration Deadline – 31st January 2018. See details below for booking.

    Conference website: www.anglia.ac.uk/STTIEC2018
    Email: STTIEC2018@anglia.ac.uk
    Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/STTIEC2018/
    Twitter hashtag: #STTIEC2018

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