The latest nursing news and RCN events
RCN responds to news that plans for a new nursing support role in England will go ahead.
The Royal College of Nursing has responded to news from the National Audit Office that many older people are still being kept in hospital without a need for acute clinical care.
Delegates will explore the challenges facing nursing and opportunities to advance the profession.
Nursing students call on the Government to halt plans to scrap the NHS bursary in England.
This session, presented by Wendy Irwin, RCN Diversity and Equalities Co-ordinator, will focus on how the core skills around communication and addressing cultural competence can all be deployed to create a stronger team environment as well as improve the patient experience.
This session will be presented by Sharon Cunningham, Clinical Investigation and Legal Manager, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital. It will be followed by a reflective practice session.
Whether you’re a nurse, a student nurse, a health care assistant or an assistant practitioner, the principles of delegation and accountability are important to you and your patients.
The importance of improving health and well-being of all health care professionals, including nurses, is well documented. This session will help you find out more about the service options and resources that are available to help you improve your health, wellbeing, resourcefulness and resilience.