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CYP Specialist care

CYP: Specialist Care Forum

Supporting RCN members who provide specialist nursing to children and young people across all care settings

What we do

Public Health Forum Our Work

Our work

Discover what we're working on now and what we're planning for the future
Public health forum meet the team

Meet the team

Find out more about our committee members and the forum professional lead

Resources

Public Health events

Events

Read more about upcoming children and young people conferences, workshops and study days hosted by the RCN and other organisations

Consultations

We welcome your views. Have your say on the latest consultations

News and views


Public Health News

Related news

The latest RCN children and young people specialist care updates

Blogs

Read the latest views on children and young people specialist care issues

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Join the RCN Children and Young People Forums Facebook Group

RCN Facebook groups are a place where you can get involved in honest and open discussions on the issues that affect you and your field of practice.

We joined the RCN Specialist Care Forum to address new and on-going challenges and to take advantage of the great opportunities to network with professional leads, nurse practitioners, educationalists, researchers and inter-professionals across four countries and beyond. We like the online communication and regular teleconference meetings with pathways to be active and meet-up in London at the annual strategy event. We have enjoyed the benefits of updating RCN documents/guidelines, getting involved in projects, attending RCPCH/RCN conferences and RCN Congress where we vote and present at fringe events. We would recommend joining this forum as it is a privilege to work alongside nursing colleagues and other professional groups within children and young people's healthcare, upholding position as registered nurse and promoting professionalism, whilst identifying priorities, informing policy and influencing practice within this specialist RCN Forum.