This session will explore the role of the Approved Mental Health Professional in pursuing the least restrictive practices to ensure that the guiding principles of the Mental Health Act are adhered to/considered when undertaking an assessment of a person’s needs in time of mental distress or crisis.
This session, presented by Susan Pinfold-Brown, a freelance trainer and consultant, will outline all the current research and latest developments in how to care for people living with dementia.
Are you caring for people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND)? These workshops will signpost the latest resources, how they can work for you and how they can improve quality of life for people living with MND.
Presented by Kelly Hughes, Safeguarding Lead for Children/Wellbeing Nurse Practitioner, this workshop will look at roles and responsibilities in safeguarding children by communication and working with different agencies who should be involved.
Work-related stress can be an issue for staff working in care.
Revalidation is here, and it is something every registered nurse and midwife must be aware of and prepared for.
Jane Chiodini, Director of Travel Health Ltd and the RCN bring you this essential update in travel health.
This event will consist of two workshops - 'Social prescribing for health' and 'What's new in Primary Care'.
A free conference for health care assistants, support workers and trainee nursing associates on a range of topics relevant to their roles.
Our Quality Improvement Network (QIN) is for nursing staff who share a passion for pursuing excellence in the delivery of patient care, particularly if their role has a focus on quality and safety improvement.