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Royal College of Nursing

RCN conferences and events can help you understand current issues relevant to your everyday practice and the expanding role of the nurse, as well as provide you with new skills and knowledge and the latest on policy issues that affect you and the care you provide. And you don't have to be an RCN member to attend.

Our events cover a range of topics, so you are bound to find one relevant to you. Working closely with RCN professional nurse advisers and national nursing practice experts ensures that each RCN conference or event is topical, covers the subjects most important to you and is of the highest possible quality.

Our conferences and events are competitively priced. There are a variety of discounts available, including early bird, group, student and health care assistant discounts.

PLUS! Book a place at one of our events during 2010, and you will automatically go in our monthly prize draw to WIN a free delegate place at one of our future events.

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