Amba Hotel Marble Arch, Bryanston Street, Marylebone, London, W1H 7EH
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Are you a school nurse that feels isolated in your profession? Could you benefit from the opportunity to network with professionals in your field whilst remaining professionally up to date?
Don’t miss this unrivalled learning opportunity: join us for the UK’s definitive school nursing conference developed by like-minded nurses to support you in your role.
No matter what your level of experience and expertise, the day will provide a platform to reflect on how you can improve your confidence and competence and is worth up to 7 hours of CPD to count towards revalidation.
This conference is your invaluable opportunity to network with other School Health Team members whilst ensuring you remain professionally up to date. The broad programme covers a range of current topics in children and young people’s health including transgender issues, sexual health, online grooming, asthma management and managing weight loss in obese children.
This day is aimed at all nurses working in schools and educational settings, including those from primary and secondary schools, special schools, academies, independent, free and boarding schools. The conference is also suitable for those undertaking their SCPHN – School Nursing qualification.
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Four minute walk from Marble Arch underground station
Planned topics include:
• Transgender issues in children and young people
• Online grooming
• Managing weight loss in obese children
• Cardiac risk in the Young
• Asthma management
• Raising awareness of male cancer
• Sexual Health & STIs
There will be a number of keynote plenaries delivered by experts within their fields, as well as interactive workshop sessions and parents/young people giving their experiences.
The day is designed to be interactive, to give ample opportunities to ask questions and raise your concerns as well as share your experiences and best practice with peers.
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Please note – all bookings require full payment in order to secure your place at the event.
Online bookings require full payment using a Debit or Credit card.
If you are booking on behalf of someone else you will be required to register on the RCN Website (MyRCN) in order to complete a booking. If you are booking on behalf of an RCN Member, please ensure you have their membership number to hand before starting your booking.
If you are an RCN Member you will be required to enter your RCN Membership number to obtain the relevant attendance fee (where applicable).
If you are Presenting at an Event please call our registrations team on 02920546460 as these special rates cannot be booked online.
If you have any queries regarding your booking, please call our friendly registrations team on 02920546460 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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RCN member £125.00 plus VAT
Non-member £185 plus VAT
Book 3 or more places together at the same time to save 10% from each booking fee
Further discounts apply: see flyer for details.
Not a member? Join the RCN now and qualify for the discounted membership rates for this conference. Find out more
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• Be updated on latest developments within the field of School Nursing
• Enhance your professional and clinical practice knowledge, competence and confidence.
• Understand and demonstrate links between policy and practice
• Discover how you can get involved in influencing and shaping future policy and practice
• Reflect on your current practice: what could your school health team do to improve the care of children and young people you come into contact with?
• Network with like-minded peers from across the UK, build professional relationships and share your experiences / ideas
• Accrue over 7 hours of CPD to count towards your revalidation
Need more persuasion? Here’s what your peers thought of 2017’s conference:
“I have attended this event every year for 9 years. A great way to network, great topics which are relevant to my area of work.”
“I would and do recommend this conference to my colleagues and those new to school nursing.”
“Interesting and topics relevant to role of school nurse. Lots of info that can be relayed into practice.”
“The speakers were brilliant, interesting and informative. Any new learning is good learning.”
“Excellent speakers all very obviously passionate about their specialty but they were also able to share their knowledge in an interesting and amusing in some cases- way. I will be going back to school able to share lots of invaluable knowledge to staff.”
Stand 1: CoppaFeel!
Stand 3: Alliance Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Stand 4: SADS UK
Stand 5: Diabetes UK
Stand 7: The Neuro Foundation
Stand 8: Immunisation - Public Health England
Stand 10: JDRF
Stand 11: Elysium Healthcare
Stand 12: Mark Allen Group
Stand 14: Mytime Active
Stand 16: BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service)
Reception: LV= Liverpool Victoria
Reception: RCN Library and Archive Services
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The RCN School Nursing Conference and Exhibition is an unrivalled opportunity to connect with the UK’s leading nurses and health professionals working as part of the School Health Team and raise your profile within this specialist nursing arena.
There are a number of ways for you to be involved in the exhibition giving you the opportunity to network and raise your profile within this nursing arena. For exhibition packages and sponsorship opportunities, please contact our team on 01442 870143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Availability is limited and so spaces are allocated on a first come first served basis.