This session will give you an insight into how to use different forms of communication in a fun and practical way that can promote social inclusion and challenge negative perceptions of people with additional communication needs.
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The issues that arise from bullying and harassment can have a severe impact on the victim, as well as the service that is delivered.
This session, delivered by Adeline Pinnock, Retinal Screener/Health Promotion Team Worker, Diabetes & Endocrinology Centre, Heartlands Hospital, will look at diabetic retinopathy, a common cause of blindness in people of working age in the western world, and outline how early detection and treatment are essential to maintaining visual acuity.
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.
This event will examine the needs and challenges of health and care provision for people with learning disabilities, including aspects of assessment and communication.
The RCN West Midlands Agency Nursing Network is a forum for agency nurses and HCAs to discuss the issues they face in the workplace.
This session, presented by RCN Legal Officer Felicity Crockford, will give you a brief review of your duties regarding documentation under the new NMC Code of Conduct, along with a recap of the key “do’s and don’ts”.
This session will look at the Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘Dementia Friends’ programme, the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions of dementia.
How should the RCN best go about campaigning for a future in which it’s a legal requirement that there are enough nursing staff with the right skills to deliver safe and effective care?
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