Forthcoming RCN workshops, lectures, ceremonies and conferences
Visit this exhibition for free at the RCN Library and Heritage Centre from 17 October 2019 until 20 March 2020. It will then go on display at RCN Scotland, Edinburgh, from Spring 2020.
This exhibition and event series explores the shift from institutional to home care over two centuries of older people’s nursing, from the workhouse and asylums of the Victorian era to the hospital and care home and beyond.
New exhibition at the RCN Library and Heritage Centre explores the history of emotions in nursing.
This learning day has been organised by the RCN North Nottinghamshire branch and will focus on dementia care. It is free to attend and open to all RCN members and non-members.
Unfortunately, the first RCN North Nottinghamshire branch AGM was not quorate, which means not enough members attended the meeting to elect a branch executive committee. All North Nottinghamshire branch members are urged to attend this AGM to secure the future of the branch.
This event forms part of a series that aims to provide participants with the skills to impact change in their own workplaces.
The RCN West Midlands Agency Nursing Network is a forum for agency nurses and HCAs to discuss the issues they face in the workplace. The network is free to attend and is open to pre- and post-registration nursing staff from any health care setting and sector, whether they are an RCN member or not.
The topic for discussion will be “This house believes that patients should not always come first.” Join us in person or online to take part in the debate.
An expert panel explores landmark events in the history of whistleblowing, from early trade unions to the Francis Report.
*This event has now been cancelled due to low numbers - no further bookings being taken*