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Events

  • 01 May 2018 Cardiff

    Deeds not words: Nursing at war

    Find out more about the work nurses and female medical officers did during the First World War in this special screening of archive and documentary footage.

  • 11 May 2018 Cardiff

    Diabetes (for Registered Nurses)

    This morning seminar aims to raise awareness of how to deal with the difficulties people with diabetes experience in managing their diabetes.

  • 13 May 2018 - 16 May 2018 Belfast

    Congress

    RCN Congress is a fantastic opportunity for members to meet, learn, develop professionally and share excellent nursing practice. Don't miss out on a chance to inform the RCN agenda and influence nursing and health policies through debate.

  • 05 Jun 2018 Cardiff

    Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

    This morning seminar aims to equip delegates with a better understanding of FGM and the circumstances under which it is performed.

  • 05 Jun 2018 Cardiff

    Understanding Safeguarding and Mandatory Reporting Duty and Domestic Abuse from Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Perspective

    This afternoon seminar aims to explore the impact of domestic abuse on BME women and children and how 'Honour' impacts on BME women's response to Domestic Violence. Delegates will gain understanding on initiating dialogue on Domestic Abuse as part of their mandatory reporting duty.

  • 06 Jun 2018 Llandudno Junction

    Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management (for Registered Nurses)

    This morning seminar aims to provide and update knowledge and skills in relation to Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management

  • 06 Jun 2018 Llandudno Junction

    Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management (for Health Care Support Workers)

    This afternoon seminar aims to provide and update knowledge and skills in relation to Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management

  • 21 Jun 2018 Cardiff

    RCN Wales Health Care Support Worker Conference

    This Health Care Support Worker Conference aims to contribute to the learning, sharing good practice and networking opportunities available for Health Care Support Workers in Wales.

  • 03 Jul 2018 Cardiff

    Infection Prevention and Control (for Registered Nurses)

    Described as a ‘ticking time bomb’ antibiotic resistance brings new challenges which could spell ‘the end of modern medicine’ as we know it. Which is why prevention of infection remains so important. This morning seminar aims to equip nurses with evidence based knowledge and skills to support effective infection prevention and control interventions.

  • 03 Jul 2018 Cardiff

    Infection Prevention and Control (for Health Care Support Workers and Nursing Students)

    Described as a ‘ticking time bomb’ antibiotic resistance brings new challenges which could spell ‘the end of modern medicine’ as we know it. So more so now than ever prevention is definitely better than cure. This afternoon seminar aims to equip delegates with knowledge and practical skills to enable them to practice safely and effectively, ‘breaking the chain’ of infection and improving patient safety.

  • 05 Jul 2018 Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire

    Infection Prevention and Control (for Registered Nurses)

    Described as a ‘ticking time bomb’ antibiotic resistance brings new challenges which could spell ‘the end of modern medicine’ as we know it. Which is why prevention of infection remains so important. This morning seminar aims to equip nurses with evidence based knowledge and skills to support effective infection prevention and control interventions.

  • 05 Jul 2018 Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire

    Infection Prevention and Control (for Health Care Support Workers and Nursing Students)

    Described as a ‘ticking time bomb’ antibiotic resistance brings new challenges which could spell ‘the end of modern medicine’ as we know it. So more so now than ever prevention is definitely better than cure. This afternoon seminar aims to equip delegates with knowledge and practical skills to enable them to practice safely and effectively, ‘breaking the chain’ of infection and improving patient safety.