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Congress 2022 will be presided over by BJ Waltho, Chair, and Michael Brown, Vice Chair, whose terms of office, along with those of the Agenda Committee, have been extended by RCN Council in view of the very exceptional circumstances which impacted on Congress in 2020 and 2021.
Meet the agenda committee.
Applications for voting members and submissions for the Congress agenda are now open:
If you would like to view any of the online Congress educational events which took place in September 2021, please follow the link below as the recordings are available to view ‘on demand’.
See the full range of events that took place at Congess 2021. If there were sessions that you were unable to attend (or if there are any you would like to rewatch), recordings are available for each event.
Professor Calvin Moorley delivers thought-provoking lecture to RCN members, giving his frank view on race within the health service and where structural racism stems from.
Leading psychologist explains how nursing staff can support each other through traumatic events during online lecture for RCN members.
Our online education programme runs from Saturday 18 to Monday 20 September and includes a range of virtual learning sessions.
Council responds to members’ concerns – business agenda will no longer take place.
Due to COVID-19, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) did not go ahead with Congress in 2020.
Instead the Agenda Committee selected a number of the debates and events which had already been selected for the 2020 Congress programme and which took place online throughout the rest of the year. Find out more about our #RCN2020 programme of events and debates.
View some of our previous debates in the RCN archive.