Alison Kitson’s inaugural seminar at Aalborg University

On June 19, ILC co-founder Alison Kitson gave her inaugural seminar as Adjunct Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark. To watch the seminar, click here. Seminar details Title: Fundamentals of Care: Why, How and Where to? Venue: Clinical Nursing Research Unit, Aalborg University Hospital & Department of Clinical Medicine, Aalborg University, Denmark Photographer: Anne-Marie Fog Larsen, […]

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The Fundamentals of Care Framework as a Point-of-Care Nursing Theory

ILC co-founder Alison Kitson has recently published an article in Nursing Research on the use of the Fundamentals of Care Framework as a point-of-care nursing theory. In the paper Alison outlines how the Framework can be used to reflect the dynamic, multidimensional nature of real-life nursing care. Alison uses an equation to represent the Framework’s core dimensions: PCFC = […]

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ILC 2018 – Program booklet and maps

The ILC 2018 Masterclass and Summit will soon begin at Oxford Brookes University, UK. For all the details of the exciting three-day program, view the program booklet here: ILC 2018 Program Booklet Click on the following links for maps for the various venues: Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University and Green Templeton College, Oxford University […]

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New publications and JCN Special Issue on Fundamental Care

ILC members from Australia have recently published an article on the outcomes of a fundamental care educational intervention. See the article in Nurse Education in Practice here. Citation:  Feo, R., Donnelly, F., Frensham, L., Conroy, T., & Kitson, A. (2018). Embedding fundamental care in the pre-registration nursing curriculum: Results from a pilot study. Nurse Education in Practice, 31, 20-28. doi: 10.1016/j.nepr.2018.04.008 And […]

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Dates and Theme for ILC 2018

In 2018 the ILC annual Conference and Summit will be back at Oxford, jointly hosted by Green Templeton College, Oxford University, and Oxford Brookes University. The dates for the event are June 11-13, 2018. The theme will focus on Methods, Metrics and Mobilization. Further information about registration and accommodation will be available in early 2018. […]

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