This session, presented by Julie Jones, Practice Nurse, Mental Health, will help you find out about 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.
This workshop will be delivered by Ester Riley, Palliative Care Nurse at St Mary’s Hospice, Birmingham.
This Local Learning Event will incorporate two workshops on dementia, and will be followed by a reflective practice session.
A learning and development event for managers in independent sector nursing care homes.
As our older population grows, we’re hearing more and more about the impact this will have on health and social care, with the media portraying a challenging picture of social isolation, disability, and the relatively new concept of frailty and the “frail elderly”. This workshop will look at the preventable components of frailty and how we can help enable people to live well into old age/their new generation.
Nurses and midwives are constantly encouraged to be reflective practitioners. This session will outline the NMC revalidation requirements for reflective writing, the theory and techniques for writing a reflective piece, and look at examples of simple reflections and explore more complex instances.
Revalidation is here, and it is something every registered nurse and midwife must be aware of and prepared for.
This workshop, presented by RCN West Midlands Regional Director Paul Vaughan, will explore the big 3 of honesty to see what assurances you can have if you follow the NMC code or local HCA code of practice when you speak up about poor care.
The RCN Black Country Branch are proud to combine our Local Learning Event with an afternoon of celebration with student nurses and colleagues at the University of Wolverhampton.
This special Nurses' Day Learning Event will incorporate two workshops and will be followed by a reflective practice session.