Neuroscience

Neuroscience Forum

Representing RCN members working in the field of neuroscience

Welcome to the Neuroscience forum. This forum promotes best practice for people with long-term neurological conditions or those undergoing neurosurgery and being cared for in any setting and represents the voice of neuroscience nurses and influences policy to improve care for our patients.

2,400 forum members
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
Public Health events

Events

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

Consultations

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

Forum Library Subject Guide

Library subject guide

Discover key neurosciences information resources including books, reports and journal articles.
Public Health News

Related news

The latest RCN Neuroscience updates

Blogs

Read the latest views on neuroscience related issues
Nursing careers resource

Nursing careers resource

Read about the varying roles that you can enjoy throughout your health career

Further resources

Join the RCN Neuroscience Forum 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.

The Neuroscience Forum has been a great link to other nurses working and interested in neurology. It's a great way to keep up to date with how nurses and their services are advancing, including sharing good practice. Working in a relatively small hospital, the forum has enabled me to reach out to colleagues across the whole country and I would recommend any nurse interested in neurology to utilise this resource.

Vicky Queen Acute Parkinson’s Disease Nurse Specialist (PDNS) for Torbay & South Devon NHS and Forum Committee Member

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