As a Health Care Assistant, Assistant Practitioner, Student Nurse or Registered Nurse, you have the power to influence across both nursing and multidisciplinary teams.
This session will consist of two presentations looking at the work of CAMHS in North Staffordshire, providing an overview of service delivery and a focus on CAMHS in schools.
This session, presented by Stuart Young, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust, will give you a brief overview on the NMC, their purpose, the code and how this links with your professional responsibilities as a registered nurse.
Hear from the two candidates standing for election to the West Midlands seat on RCN Council, the College’s governing body, and ask them a question.
Sepsis claims thousands of lives every year - more than breast cancer, bowel cancer, prostate cancer and HIV/AIDS combined.
This session, delivered by Adeline Pinnock, Retinal Screener/Health Promotion Team Worker in the Diabetes and Endocrinology Centre at Heartlands Hospital, will look at diabetic retinopathy, the importance of diabetic eye screening, and how you can help improve patient awareness.
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 be presented by Ed Freshwater, Community Mental Health Nurse and Chair of the RCN Mental Health Forum. The meeting will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
This session will be presented by Jane de Rooy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust. It will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
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. It will also incorporate the branch Annual General Meeting.
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