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Working with us

Corporate partnerships

We value our partnerships with industry and establish mutually beneficial relationships with organisations that align with our strategy and vision. We embrace a collaborative approach to delivering education for nurses and improved outcomes for patients.

Across a variety of nursing specialisms, your organisation can collaborate with the RCN to deliver:

  • a series of UK-wide road shows and participate in a regionally tailored and far-reaching event programme
  • the launch and dissemination of a publication, for example a competency update or guidance document
  • a project led by a particular nursing specialism, containing a variety of educational elements e.g. publications or online resources such as film clips, or workshops, helping to improve the knowledge, skills and practice of nurses
  • a national campaign or educational programme which is far reaching, influential and will result in the delivery of quality patient care.

We are currently seeking sponsorship for the education initiatives below

HPV and cervical cancer publication

Publication providing good practice for cervical screening and the facts regarding human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer.

Delirium in older patients - Education materials

A suite of organisational pathways and education materials for the prevention and early recognition of delirium in older patients.

Women's health pocket guide

Various hand held reference cards supporting nurses role in managing care. Topics include termination of pregnancy, menopause and cervical screening.

Ophthalmic publication  

A set of educational materials are being developed by the RCN Ophthalmic Forum to support members of the nursing team and who are caring for patients with eye health problems in non-ophthalmic settings.

Caring for people with mental illness - Webinars

Plans are in development for the set up and delivery of 4 webinars aimed at mental health and practice nurses. With plans at an early stage, we are looking for expressions of interest to help support and deliver these webinars.

Current collaborations

  • Joint sponsorship from Pentland Medical and Smiths Medical to support the RCN and AfPP Perioperative workshop.
  • The RCN Nursing Specialist Menopause Guideline has been endorsed by the British Menopause Society and Besins Healthcare and Sylk will jointly support the launch and UK wide dissemination plan throughout 2017.
  • The RCN Ophthalmic publication: The nature, scope and value of ophthalmic nursing has been supported by Bayer plc.
  • Support for a joint summit on Practice Based Education for Nurses, from the NMC and Council of Deans for Health.
  • Besins Healthcare, British Pregnancy Advisory Service, Macmillan, NHS England and Sylk are involved in the development of the first RCN Women’s Health Pocket Guide, supporting its launch and dissemination to all nurses during 2017.
  • Support from the Department of Health to deliver resources for sexual and travel health nurses to support their care for women and girls who may be at risk, affected by, or been subjected to, female genital mutilation (FGM).
  • Support for a series of travel health workshops from GSK and PaxVax.
  • Support from BAPEN, Grunenthal, Vifor Pharma, Parkinson's UK and Think Kidney's as part of the RCN Nursing Essentials Pocket Guide 2016-17.
  • Two workshops to review care for vulnerable women in trafficking and nurses and midwives who have been subjected to FGM, supported by NHS England.
  • Care UK, Kings College Hospitals, Medisa, Nuffield Health and Viridian Housing are advertising within the Newly Registered Nurse's Handbook 2016 and are helping to support its dissemination to nurses at the start of their careers.
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Contact

To discuss event, sponsorship or advertising opportunities, please call 020 7647 3959 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, or email us.

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