The annual Black History Month conference in the West Midlands organised by the RCN in association with partner organisations in the NHS.
RCN Developing Leadership Programme London
This session, presented by Maria Lewis, RCN West Midlands Regional Development Officer, explores easy, accessible and practical ways of raising our own awareness, and promoting emotional well-being in ourselves, both inside and outside of the workplace. It will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
This session will consist of two free workshops: 1) Assertiveness Project – human factors, assertiveness and team management; 2) Health Literacy – what is it, and why is it so important for all of us? It will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting, while lunch and refreshments will be provided for attendees.
This session, presented by RCN Legal Officer Pam Sandhu, will give you a brief review of your duties regarding documentation under the new NMC Code of Conduct. It will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
This session will be presented by Dee Holbrook, RCN West Midlands Officer, and will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
This session will be presented by Jo Napolitana, Admiral Nurse at St Michael's Hospice. It will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
The RCN West Midlands Agency Nursing Network is a forum for agency nurses and HCAs to discuss the issues they face in the workplace.
Come along to our latest workshop for RCN Student Information Officers, which is aimed at SIOs in the Midlands regions (East and West) and will focus on what it means to be active in the RCN and how to campaign on behalf of the RCN.
Our regional Education Network in the West Midlands is open to practice educators, facilitators, mentors and other nursing staff with an interest in or remit for nurse education and/or learning and development.
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