Executive Nurse Network. The Executive Nurse Network is a support network of senior nurses. This network is for Directors of Nursing, Deputies or Assistants who may or may not have board level responsibility. The network is also on Twitter: @rcnenn
Clinical and Political leadership programmes. Quality leadership is vital to your organisation and to patient safety. Utilising our knowledge and expertise, RCN’s leadership programmes will cultivate leadership skills and shape participants as future leaders.
Nurses in Management and Leadership Forum. These pages will keep you up to date with what is going on in health and social care by bringing you news and links to keep you abreast of developments in the RCN and the UK. Most importantly they allow you to share your experiences and developments directly with other RCN members.
RCN Principles of Nursing Practice. The Principles describe what everyone can expect from nursing practice, whether colleagues, patients, their families or carers and provide a framework for care and quality improvement. This resource introduces the Principles and describes how they relate to other publications about the quality of nursing care. Principle H encompasses themes of leadership contributing to an open and responsive culture.
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