The Building Children's Nursing for Africa conference is hosted by the Children's Nursing Development Unit and the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital. It is hosted biennially and reports of past conferences can be read below.
The inaugural conference (2013)
The inaugural conference was held in April 2013 and embraced the theme of 'I'm not just a nurse'. It was a very successful first conference, a short summary of which can be read here.
Foundations of Evidence (2015)
April 2015 saw the second Building Children's Nursing for Africa conference being held, with a new theme of 'Foundations of Evidence'. Equally as productive and inspiring as the first, daily conference reports and an overall conference summary can be selected below.
From 16 - 18 April 2019, the fourth Building Children's Nursing for Africa conference was held and themed 'Constructs of Care'. Hosted with a strong African theme and a designed to very deliberately facilitate collegial conversations, it was another great success. To the conference report available to read here.
Interviews of some of the presenters, delegates and plenary speakers were conducted at the conference by Masters in Child Nursing students. To read them click on the links below:
A summary of the presentation by Bronson Hlatshwayo, written by Elijeshca Crous (1st year MNCN student)