RCN accredited events and conferences

The RCN accredits a range of events which contribute to your professional development. RCN accreditation ensures the event has been rigorously assessed, meets the RCN's quality standards, promotes best practice and provides effective education outcomes. The following list gives details of RCN accredited events. Please note, this list is not comprehensive. These events are not developed or delivered by the RCN but by external organisations.


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Nasogastric Tubing (NGT) Insertion Workshop

Location: London

Date: 15 August 2014 to 14 August 2015

A nasogastric tube is used for feeding and administering drugs. The workshops aim is to promote a clear, consistent and evidenced based approach to the insertion, care and management of nasogastric tubes, and to promote the safety and well-being of all patients who require a nasogastric tube.

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice

Location: Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

Date: 01 September 2014 to 31 August 2016

An innovative blended learning course to meet the needs of advanced practice.

NMIC Minor Illness Diploma

Location: Luton

Date: 08 September 2014 to 22 June 2015

Clinical Specialist in Minor Illness seminars and diploma course.

Minor Injury Essentials

Location: London

Date: 19 January 2015 to 24 January 2016

This popular hands on workshop covers essential skills for assessing and managing a patient who presents with a minor injury in a first contact setting.

Heart Failure Nurse Study Day

Location: Charterhouse Square Campus, Queen Mary University London

Date: 06 March 2015 to 06 March 2015

The meeting aims to provide an educational and interesting programme for the multidisciplinary audience involved in treating and managing patients with heart failure as part of their practice.

Endocrine Nurse Update 2015

Location: Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel, NEC, Birmingham

Date: 16 March 2015 to 17 March 2015

Update on best practice and the latest developments in the endocrine nursing field.

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