If you are passionate about the future of nursing related research, how it will and is being used to influence responses to the challenges ahead, and how research advances nursing practice we want to hear from you. Early career researcher invite now open.
In the current challenging climate, the conference will examine themes that include the changing nature of nursing work, nursing shortages, approaches to workforce planning, resilience in nursing and the impact of Brexit. Don’t miss this opportunity to present your research, to network with international colleagues, to influence and to respond to the challenges that lie ahead. The call for abstracts for the annual RCN International Nursing Research Conference opens on 1 September 2017*.
The conference is open to RCN members and non-members and is designed to support nurses as well as allied healthcare professionals working in academic, clinical and professional settings in the UK and around the world. This includes those working in the NHS (UK), independent and voluntary sectors, universities, colleges, health charity organisations and government offices.
Presenting and/or attending this foremost international nursing research conference provides a quality assured opportunity to improve nursing practice, learn, network and contribute towards meeting the challenges facing the future nursing workforce.
*The link to the abstract management system will go live from 9:00 am on 1 September 2017.
See what some of 2017’s 300 plus delegates had to say:
“The presentations were well organised. The conference enabled me to gain a good insight into qualitative research approaches.”
“I love the diversity of the presentations but was particularly pleased to see that clinical research nursing was on the agenda this year.”
“Very good experience and I now feel more encouraged and confident as a PhD student.”
“I think it was an excellent opportunity to catch up with my colleagues in other institutions nationally and internationally!”
“Exceeded my expectations. It was an excellent conference. This is the first time I attended.”
“There was an excellent standard of presentation and these were logically organised within the concurrent sessions.”
“High calibre of oral presentations and discussion.”