Nursing Live

Enjoy two days of high-quality professional development, peer-to-peer collaboration, and activities focusing on well-being at Nursing Live on 23-24 October 2024. Register for updates and be a part of this exciting event, designed especially for nurses.

Michael Rosen at the Nursing Live event

Author’s tale of pandemic journey – and what he owes to nurses

Michael Rosen reflects in our podcast on intensive care and his admiration for nurses

Events venue ACC Liverpool, where Nursing Live is being held

Nursing Live, a celebration of nursing, opens today

Our two-day celebration is packed with events for nurses at every stage of their career

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Just one week until Nursing Live: here’s why you should go

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Nursing Live: here’s why we hope you can join us for our celebration of nurses

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Nursing Live

Nursing Live: get your free tickets and celebrate nurses

First-of-its-kind event with masterclasses, talks, careers advice and entertainment

Meet the nurses eliminating race-based inequalities in healthcare services

Nurses discuss how they challenge bias – find out about promoting diversity at Nursing Live

CPD: what activities count for revalidation?

It doesn’t just mean training courses – find out what else counts for your CPD hours

Nursing Live: what’s on offer for students and newly registered nurses

Access free sessions on placements, well-being, mentors, careers and more at RCNi’s event

Unseen woman holds tablet computer, man standing alongside. Both pointing to screen displaying image of NHS colour-coding for NHS uniforms

New NHS uniform: ‘colour-coding may seem generic, but there’s a reason why’

Nurses’ employers now being consulted over which roles correspond to which colours

Setting up a nurse-led project: how to make a business case and gain funding

Tips on demonstrating the benefits of the proposed service and making your bid for funds

Learning disability nurse Gerard Wainwright who will be part of the Nursing Live programme

Nursing Live gives you the chance to contribute to the future of the profession

Visitors will be able to attend sessions specifically for learning disability nurses

Advert for Nursing Live taking place at ACC Liverpool on 10-11 November, it says: Your time to thrive

Nursing Live: all the event has on offer for nurses

The eclectic programme includes masterclasses, careers advice, yoga and singing

Menopause-friendly workplace: 6 ways to be a supportive manager if staff are struggling

Tips on showing compassion at a time when many women feel forced to give up work

What discounts can you get this summer as a NHS worker?

Take advantage of special offers, including holidays, meals and theatre trips

When a patient dies: how nurses in different settings cope with death

Advice and strategies to cope with the feelings you have after the death of a patient

Meet the nurses who were looking for something different – and got it

Rewarding roles on cruise ships, building sites and other non-health sector workplaces

What to do when your new job is not the right fit

A former RCN Nurse of the Year on roles that don’t meet expectations – and when to walk away

Chronic wound care: achieving better record-keeping and communication

Learn more about the national wound care strategy at Nursing Live, RCNi’s unique event