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.
Join fellow RCN members at this welcome reception and get your Congress off to a great start. Take this opportunity to meet other members and representatives from your area or reunite with colleagues and friends.
Presented by Sabrina Haddock, Patient Safety and Risk Manager at Wye Valley NHS Trust, and Pauline Ellis, Wye Valley NHS Trust Quality and Safety Department, this session will give an overview of incidents being reported by their trust.
The RCN West Midlands Agency Nursing Network is a forum for agency nurses and HCAs to discuss the issues they face in the workplace.
Amanda Steane, author of the book “Who Cares?” and a Patient Champion for Hydration, will speak from the heart about the experiences that her and her late husband Paul had during his admissions to hospital and how important hydration is – the failings of fundamental care had a massive impact on Amanda and her family.
This Local Learning Event will incorporate two free workshops for RCN members, and will be followed by an RCN Shropshire members’ meeting.
This practical session, which will be delivered by Ruth Burey, RCN Learning and Development Facilitator, will cover the skills and tools required for writing clear reflective practice accounts that meet NMC expectations.