Welcome from Estephanie Dunn, Regional Director of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in the North West region.
October's Member eNewsletter
RCN North West has created a regional Member eNewsletter, designed to keep members in the North West up to date with what's happening locally. The eNewsletter has lots of interesting features about what's going on, from across the independent and NHS healthcare sectors, as well as current news and events from across the North West.
This month's eNewsletter features an editorial from the new North West Regional Director Estephanie Dunn, along with details of the RCN North West Regional conference, ‘Managing Health & Wellbeing in times of national stress'. It also includes important information on the RCN's 'What If' pay campaign and the march in London in October, along with full details of all the nursing events and branch AGMs across the region. Read the October e-Newsletter here.
You can also read previous issues of the Member eNewsletters here.
RCN 'What IF' pay campaign and the TUC march in London on 18 October 2014
The RCN will be taking part in a major pay protest in central London on Saturday 18 October. The rally is being organised by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) and all the major trade unions will be taking part.
RCN North West is organising free return coach travel departing from Liverpool and Manchester to London for members. If you're interested in attending the march and would like to reserve a place on either coach, then contact the RCN North West Regional Office, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about the RCN 'What If' campaign in the North West.
North West Regional Conference, 27 November 2014
The North West Regional Conference, ‘Managing Health & Wellbeing in times of national stress’ will take place on 27 November.
This year’s conference will address the challenges facing organisations and the NHS in the current climate, staff wellbeing, and what staff can do when under pressure. Speakers include Professor Jill Maben, Director of the national nursing research unit at the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery at King's College London; and Peter Kelly of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The day will close with a laughter therapy session with John Hipkiss.
RCN North West Region in the news
Read recent media stories quoting the RCN North West Region.
RCN North West is committed to providing members with a first class service as we seek to deliver the RCN's mission of 'representing nurses and nursing, promoting excellence in practice and shaping health policy'.
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