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Presented by Katie Taroni, Nursing Director at St Giles Hospice, this workshop will look at sexuality, relationships, death and dying - often taboo subjects that are rarely dealt with together, especially for individuals facing a potentially terminal illness.
This workshop, presented by Dr Julie Norton, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Royal Stoke University Hospital's A&E Department, will explore the effects on wellbeing of working in a high pressured environment, strategies you can use to cope, and the development of a departmental wellbeing strategy.
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.
Sepsis claims thousands of lives every year - more than breast cancer, bowel cancer, prostate cancer and HIV/AIDS combined.
Open to all RCN Student Information Officers in the West Midlands and student members interested in the role.
This session will provide a basic overview to support the understanding of innovation and service improvement work, as well as give participants an opportunity to explore how to develop their own ideas into action, to improve the patient/client experience.
Presented by Mr Zafar Siddique, HM Coroner at Black Country Coroners Court, this session will examine legal accountability, claims, inquests and when health and safety crosses into inquests.
RCN Developing Leadership Programme London
This session will provide a practical guide using models of care and film clips, giving attendees an introduction to the context, numbers and policy relevant to dementia.
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