This session, which will be presented by Tim Baggs, Communications Manager at RCN West Midlands, will give an overview of the perils and pitfalls of social networking for health care staff.
This workshop will explore the journey of ‘whistleblowing’ and look at the past, present and future considerations for the nursing workforce.
This session will be delivered by Jean Fisher, Head of Education, St Michael's Hospice, Hereford, and will be followed by a reflective practice session.
This is your chance to get involved in shaping the future of the RCN South Staffordshire branch, have your say on how it is run, and learn more about the activities the branch undertakes.
This session, presented by Dave Dawes, Director of Possibilities at Community Health Innovation CIC, will explore ways to improve your personal resilience.
The importance of improving the health and well-being of all health care professionals, including nurses, is well documented. This workshop, delivered by Julie Jones, Practice Nurse, Mental Health, will outline the service options and resources that are available to help you improve your health, wellbeing, resourcefulness and resilience and ultimately facilitate the provision of the 6Cs of nursing.
Revalidation is here, and it is something every registered nurse and midwife must be aware of and prepared for. Ruth Burey, RCN Learning and Development Facilitator, will lead a session that will support nurses to demonstrate that they meet the requirements for NMC revalidation and remain fit to practise.
Presented by Debbie Smithers, Teacher Practitioner at St Michael’s Hospice in Hereford, this session aims to demystify the processes around revalidation and confirm that you can survive them.
This workshop will help you identify victims of domestic violence or abuse, as well as provide an overview of the support available at the Birmingham Crisis Centre. It will be followed by a reflective practice session.