If we are to change the way nursing is perceived and ensure we have nurses to deliver care in the future, we need your help.
As the independent regulator of health and social care in England, the CQC has a purpose to make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.
As a Health Care Assistant, Assistant Practitioner, Student Nurse or Registered Nurse you have the power to influence across both nursing and multidisciplinary teams.
Reflection and reflective practice writing are essential skills for nursing, and are vital for learning from practice for improvement and development.
Join the RCN North Staffordshire branch for two free workshops. The first will be on wound care, while the second will look at sepsis.
Presented by Maria Lewis, RCN West Midlands Regional Development Officer, further details on the content of this workshop will be published shortly.
Presented by Carey Bloomer, Managing Director at Marches Care, further details on the content of this workshop will be published shortly.
Presented by Ruth Burey, RCN Professional Learning and Development Facilitator, further details on the content of this workshop will be published shortly.
Sign up for this free workshop to find out more about the objectives of the new NMC standards.
Presented by Dr Annette Roebuck, Director of Communicate2U and Principal Lecturer in Occupational Therapy at Coventry University, further details on the content of this workshop will be published shortly.
Page last updated - 27/03/2018