Royal College of Nursing, 20 Cavendish Square, Marylebone, London, W1G 0RN
This one day conference designed to support advanced nurse practitioners - and nurses aspiring to work at an advanced level - will explore the four pillars of advanced nursing practice, career development as well as the dynamic and diverse nature of the role. Explore the diversity of ANP practice across the UK.
You will hear from leading experts on the physical health of people with severe mental illness and the RCN credentialing programme one year on after its launch, plus a range of educational workshops will be available for you to choose from including assessing and managing chronic pain, hypertension and much more.
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20 Cavendish Square is located behind John Lewis, Oxford Street.
The nearest stations are Oxford Circus and Bond Street.
There are many buses routes that stop nearby, including the 10, 25, 55, 73, 98 and 390.
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Bookings can be made by phone with payment by credit card/Maestro, by calling: 02920546460. Lines are open from 9.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Bookings can also be made by post with a downloaded booking form with credit card details or payment/remittance advice posted to: Event registrations, PO Box 2329, Cardiff CF23 8YZ.
A booking form with credit card details or payment/remittance advice can also be faxed to: 02920546489.
Payment by invoice is available on request. A Purchase Order and booking form are required.
All bookings will be confirmed in writing.
The RCN reserves the right to refuse any booking at any time.
Book 3 or more places together at the same time to save 10% from each booking fee.
Just complete a booking form and ask your finance team to send this along with a purchase order to firstname.lastname@example.org
For any queries please call 02076473784
Attend this conference to:
Stand 1: Royal College of Surgeons
Stand 2: TriMedika
Stand 3: NB Medical
Stand 4: Hallam Medical
Stand 5: London Ambulance Service
There are a number of ways you can get involved, from networking to raise your profile to tailored commercial packages to help achieve specific objectives. Please see the sales material for exhibition opportunities.
For further information please contact the exhibitions team on 01442870143 or email: email@example.com
Your poster must be created and emailed to us in PowerPoint. Please do not convert your poster into PDF format as we won’t be able to display it.
Your poster must be in landscape format as it will be displayed on a TV screen.
- Posters should be as visually stimulating as possible. You may wish to use different colours emphasis or to differentiate.
- Think about the message you are trying to convey and how it can be presented.
- Try to include illustrative examples where possible.
- Don’t overwhelm people with too much information; ensure all the information is relevant to the subject and doesn’t take too long to read
- Ensure all diagrams and pictures are labelled
Your poster will be displayed on TV screen on rotation with the other posters at the conference.
Posters should be created in PowerPoint, landscape and widescreen (16:9).
Yes although you will be required to obtain permission from the owner (if it is not yourself) and any people featuring in the photograph.
The content of your poster is at your discretion although we advise you to make your poster as visually stimulating as possible.
Your poster must be in English.
Yes; presenter and poster details will be listed in the brochure which will be made available to delegates on the day of the conference.
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