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International Centenary Conference
International Centenary Conference

International Centenary Conference

22-23 November 2016, QEII Centre, London

The RCN International Centenary Conference is a unique international nursing event which will reflect on the past 100 years of nursing and help plan for the next 100, whilst celebrating the RCN’s centenary.

Health care leaders from around the world will deliver keynote speeches and our five core themes cover a broad scope of topics, from technology and innovation to society, communities and relationships. 

Listen. Explore. Inspire. 

Find out more:

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This event is open to nursing staff from around the world. 

Book of abstracts

Download the book of conference abstracts here.
International Centenary Conference

Full programme

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Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka

Keynote speakers

  • Dr Khetsiwe Dlamini
    Chief of Staff, UN Women
  • Maureen Bisognano
    President Emerita and Senior Fellow, Institute for Health Care Improvement
  • James Campbell
    Director, Health Workforce, World Health Organization
  • Dr Frances Hughes
    CEO, International Council of Nurses
  • Dr Susan Hamer
    Director of Nursing, Learning and Organisational Development, NIHR Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN)
  • Matt King OBE
    Patient advocate

> About the speakers

6 global leaders sharing their vision
120 sessions
450 global delegates
RCN Foundation

RCN Foundation

Conference Supporter

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Total Mobile

Technology & Innovation stream supporter
NHS Improvement

NHS Improvement

Stream sponsors for Knowledge for change and improvement

Contact us

Call: 020 7647 3579 

To confirm you are registered for the event call RCN event registrations on 029 2054 6460 (Mon-Fri 9am – 4.30pm).