This session, which is presented by Susan Burns, Senior Practice Development Nurse, Violence and Aggression Advisor, Edward Street Hospital, will look at typical triggers to aggression, and how best nurses can verbally de-escalate the situation.
Parkinson’s is extremely complex, and everyone with Parkinson’s is different, so having an overview of the condition is really important. This workshop will give you that understanding and is suitable for all levels of staff working with people affected by Parkinson's.
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 so you're able to deliver the best possible care.
It’s Black History Month in October and, to celebrate the occasion, the Royal College of Nursing and NHS employers in the West Midlands are co-hosting a free conference for nursing staff, no matter what your field of practice, grade or ethnic background.
This workshop, presented by RCN West Midlands Regional Director Paul Vaughan, will look at the impact of the Duty of Candour on the nursing family, and what your responsibilities are.
Ruth Burey, RCN Learning & Development Facilitator, will lead a session that will support nurses to demonstrate that they meet the requirements for NMC revalidation and undertake practise informed by the NMC Code 2016 and remain fit to practise.
This special conference will cover a wide range of topics such as what happens in Coroner’s Court, the importance of good documentation, dealing with Serious Untoward Incidents (SUIs), ethical decision making and NMC legal processes.
This specially arranged conference, which celebrates the centenary of the RCN, boasts a variety of expert speakers, including keynote speaker Jess Thom, co-founder of the Touretteshero website.
Maureen Spinetto, RCN Senior Officer, will lead a session that will support nurses to demonstrate that they meet the requirements for NMC revalidation and remain fit to practise.
Do you work for a nursing supply agency? The RCN’s new Agency Nursing Network in the West Midlands offers you professional guidance and support - and helps your voice to be heard on matters of interest and concern to you.