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Thousands expected at RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair

More than 2,200 people have registered to attend London event
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More than 2,200 nurses and healthcare assistants (HCAs) are expected to attend the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair London, the UK's largest nursing recruitment event.

The free two-day event, which starts on 20 April, will provide students, newly qualified and experienced nurses and HCAs with the chance to meet leading employers and agencies, and to attend free seminars that count towards continuing professional development requirements.

Interview opportunities

Nurses can be interviewed on the day, with one in five visitors to last year's event securing an interview.

Exhibitors this year at Novotel London West include NHS trusts, care homes, the armed forces and private healthcare providers.

Seminars

Sue Smith, director of nursing (clinical effectiveness) for North East London NHS Foundation Trust will be leading a

More than 2,200 nurses and healthcare assistants (HCAs) are expected to attend the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair London, the UK's largest nursing recruitment event.


The jobs fair is a chance to meet many employers under one roof  Photo: Barney Newman

The free two-day event, which starts on 20 April, will provide students, newly qualified and experienced nurses and HCAs with the chance to meet leading employers and agencies, and to attend free seminars that count towards continuing professional development requirements.

Interview opportunities

Nurses can be interviewed on the day, with one in five visitors to last year's event securing an interview.

Exhibitors this year at Novotel London West include NHS trusts, care homes, the armed forces and private healthcare providers.

Seminars

Sue Smith, director of nursing (clinical effectiveness) for North East London NHS Foundation Trust will be leading a seminar on revalidation, while Nicky Hayes, consultant nurse for older people at Kings College Hospital in London, will be talking about careers in nursing older people. Other seminars will cover preceptorship and living and working in the Middle East.

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