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The London Network For Nurses and Midwives. London Network for Nurses and Midwives Homelessness Group. Finding our voices as Nurses for homeless people. LNNM Homelessness Group. Introduction

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LNNM Homelessness Group

Introduction

  • London Standing Conferences for Nurses and Midwives established in 1999 by Professor Dame Christine Beasley.
  • New forum and process for Nurses that would enable them to have a voice about professional issues and the modernization of health care in London.
  • Partnership with Florence Nightingale Foundation.
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • LNNM Homelessness Group is the only pan London forum for sharing and promoting good Nursing practice as well as addressing the isolation that is experienced when operating as lone practitioners (or in small teams).
  • Meetings take place six times a year in a variety of venues across London, and are inclusive of all nursing disciplines.
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LNNM Homelessness Group

Action Learning Sets

  • Provide a structured way of working in small

groups which can provide the discipline we often

need to help us learn from what we do, and improve

our practice as a result (Bond, 2004).

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LNNM Homelessness Group

Action Learning Model

(Bond, 2004)

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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Paulette Ragan
  • South London Homeless Hostel
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • South London Homeless Hostel
  • Lone working/Lead role
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • South London Homeless Hostel
  • Lone working/Lead role
  • Areas for development in communication
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • South London Homeless Hostel
  • Lone working/Lead role
  • Areas for development in communication
  • Lethargy
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LNNM Homelessness Group

Karen Holloway

  • Trafficked women in UK

Human trafficking is the movement of a person from one place to another into conditions of exploitation, using deception, coercion, the abuse of power or the abuse of someone’s vulnerability. It is possible to be a victim of trafficking even if your consent has been given to being moved. Although human trafficking often involves an international cross-border element, it is also possible to be a victim of human trafficking within your own country. (National Crime Agency)

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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Sense of being overwhelmed
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Sense of being overwhelmed
  • Rape
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Sense of being overwhelmed
  • Rape
  • Sharing experience in Action Learning Set
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Sense of being overwhelmed
  • Rape
  • Sharing experience in Action Learning Set
  • Outcome
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Moya Forsythe
  • What did I work on?
  • Being the lone voice of homelessness in a non-specialist team
  • Boundaries and safety issues of working in organisations without policies and procedures
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Why did I work on it and what impact did it have on clients?
  • Constant erosion of boundaries
  • Feeling stuck
  • Fear of burn out
  • De-motivation and loss of professional integrity
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • How did AL help me accomplish this?
  • Analytical questioning
  • ALSput problem on the wall
  • Seeing objectively and not subjectively
  • Promoted reflection
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Outcomes and impact on patients
  • Boundaries and containment.
  • Recognition of acceptable level of behaviour.
  • Support allowed problems to be addressed.
  • Sharing of best practice with

a) Similar practices

b) Borough wide meetings

  • Created a framework for service continuity.
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LNNM Homelessness Group
  • Can you relate to any of the themes that the speakers discussed from your own professional experience?
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