This is the first event of the branch's 2018 Local Learning Event programme, and will focus on the key issues surrounding ovarian cancer.
The health and social care system continues to undergo major change and this can be challenging for everyone involved.
This session, which will be presented by Dave Dawes, Director of Possibilities at Community Health Innovation, will focus on clinical leadership.
Do you want to get involved in advancing the cause of HCAs in the West Midlands, and develop personally and professionally?
The Royal College of Nursing’s Education Network in the West Midlands is open to nurses with an education or learning and development remit or interest who are based in practice, education or other settings.
The RCN West Midlands Quality Improvement Network (QIN) is for nursing staff who share a passion to pursue and promote excellence in the delivery of patient care.
Providing safe high quality care is everyone’s business, but do you know how formal Quality Standards are set and how they are measured? And more importantly, do you understand what your role is in contributing to meeting those standards?
We invite you come to explore, learn and think about the impact of poor mental health and how together we can make a difference in your area be that work or in your wider environment.
Nursing staff encounter a range of potential hazards, often on a daily basis, but few are as distressing and difficult to manage as violence.
The issues that arise from bullying and harassment can have a severe impact on the victim, as well as the service that is delivered.