If you are a member in the South East there are a number of ways you might want to get in touch.
If you have urgent concerns about standards in your workplace or feel you need to whistleblow, you can do so in confidence on the RCN Raising Concerns, Raising Standards telephone line: 0345 772 6300.
Having problems at work
If you are experiencing problems at work, you first need to speak to RCN Direct who might be able to provide you with some answers over the telephone or they might refer your case to the relevant regional office. You can also change your personal contact details here. Contact RCND on telephone: 0345 772 6100.
If you have an open case
If you have an open case that you need to speak to an officer about, then contact the relevant regional office who will put you through to your officer.
Becoming active in the RCN
If you are interested in becoming more active in the RCN and would like to speak to someone about how, you can also contact your regional office.
RCN Council is the organisation's governing body and is responsible for setting the priorities, objectives and policies of the RCN. The RCN South East Region has two Council Members - Sylvia Simmons, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and Rachel Greaves, email: email@example.com.
South East Regional Board
The regional board meets quarterly. If you have a question for the board or would like to attend a board meeting, find out how on the board page.
Your local branch
You are most likely to have contact with your local branch. You can find out which branch is closest to you on the branch page.
If you want to tell us about examples of waste or inefficiency in your workplace, or if you want to tell us good news about the innovative work you do, you can use the Frontline First website to share your news.