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Royal College of Nursing

Advanced Nurse Practitioner Conference 2019

ANP: Integrating Services - Improving Healthcare

Date: 28 September 2019
Time: 09:00 until 17:00
Length: 1 day
Venue: Birmingham Conference and Events Centre, Hill Street, Birmingham, West Midlands,

Join us for this rare opportunity to learn and network with Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) colleagues for an update on contemporary matters of relevance to ANPs.

This one day conference will provide a professional update on clinical issues and practice, disseminate research about and by ANPs, showcase innovation and service developments and offer a networking opportunity for ANPs.

Programme sessions, themes and workshops

Advanced and Consultant level practice Professor Kim Manley, CBE
Diabetes Update Anne Phillips
Paediatric Update Katie Barnes
Doctor’s Perspective on ANPs Dr Fay Wilson
ANP and the long-term NHS Plan Professor Mark Radford

Fees:

£125 plus VAT (150) RCN member
£185 plus VAT (222) Non-RCN member
£90 plus VAT (108) RCN member - pre-registration nursing student/associate retired/HCA/HP
£112.50 plus VAT (135) RCN accredited trade union representative

Contact Information:

For further information, application, registration and booking forms, please apply to the event organiser:

Name: Lindsay Chalfont
Address:
Royal College of Nursing
9 Bond Court
Leeds
West Yorkshire
LS1 2JZ

Tel: 0113 3860507
Email: lindsay.chalfont@rcn.org.uk
Website: https://www.rcn.org.uk/news-and-events/events/rcn-advanced-nurse-practitioner-conference#about

Additional Information

RCN accredited event

Continuing Education Accreditation

7 hours of CPD

Submitted by Lindsay Chalfont on Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 16:07:33 GMT

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