The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Education committee holds its annual two-day international conference in March in Cardiff. This conference provides a supportive environment for nurse educators from across the UK and the globe to meet with other like-minded professionals. Here they will learn about the latest developments within the academic and practice setting, explore the work of the RCN in shaping the future of nursing education and practice and share their experiences of what’s happening in their area.
The conference is aimed at all nurses and allied healthcare professionals involved in educating students and practising nurses and HCSW’s including academic and practice setting and covers all areas of nursing including acute, primary and community care.
Further information can be found on the RCN website.
Calling all nurse educators: do you have an innovative project, cutting edge initiative or piece of contemporary research to share with the nursing community? By submitting your abstract, you can share knowledge on latest developments within the academic and practice setting, reflect and build on your work and meet like-minded professionals shaping the future of nursing education and practice.
Benefits of presenting your abstract include:
Abstract submissions will close at midnight on Monday 17 October 2016 .For further details on abstract themes and how to submit, visit the RCN website.