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RCN Wales Leadership lunch and learn webinar - Supervision and support

26 May 2022 13:00 - 14:00

Online Event

RCN Wales (Cardiff), Ty Maeth, King George V Drive East, Cardiff, CF14 4XZ


Join RCN Wales for a series of events looking at different aspects of Leadership in Nursing, to be held throughout May.

Bookings are now closed for this event - if you would like to receive the event joining link please email

Join RCN Wales for the fourth event in this series of 'lunch and learn' webinars throughout May, on the topic of leadership.

In the final event in this series of Leadership webinars, we are joined by special guest speakers, Sue Tranka, Chief Nursing Officer for Wales, Amelia Lyons, Clinical Supervisor Trainer, and Hannah McLoughlin, Midwife, as they discuss clinical supervision as a tool to develop a resilient nursing workforce.

You do not need to be based in Wales to join us for this event - this event is free and open to all, both RCN members and non-members.

This event will take place virtually using a Microsoft Teams Live Event. You do not need to have a Teams account to view the meeting, any internet enabled device should work - you can view the event via a web browser, and on a phone or tablet you also have the option of downloading the free Microsoft Teams app. You will be sent a confirmation email upon booking, and you will be emailed the meeting link 24 - 48 hours before the event. You can book your place using the BOOK ONLINE link on this page, or you can also book by calling our Events Registration team on 02920 546460 (Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm), quoting event ID 3253.

Look out for our other events in this series of 'lunch and learn' webinars focussing on Leadership:
5 May - RCN Wales Betsi Cadwaladr biennial lecture - resilience and wellbeing
12 May - RCN Wales Nurses' Day webinar - Leading and Facilitating Healthful Cultures
19 May - with special guest speaker, Dr Denise Chaffer, RCN President




RCN Wales (Cardiff)
Ty Maeth
King George V Drive East
CF14 4XZ

Page last updated - 25/05/2022