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Royal College of Nursing Congress 2022

June 6 2022

Congress 2022 will be taking place in Glasgow from 5-9 June.


Congress 2022 is an in-person event. All RCN members are welcome to attend in Glasgow to take part in the debates and learning & wellbeing events and to visit the exhibition.

Members who cannot attend in person will be able to view the livestream of debates and learning events during Congress. All content will be available to watch again online after Congress concludes.

Congress 2022 will be presided over by BJ Waltho, Chair, and Michael Brown, Vice Chair, whose terms of office, along with those of the Agenda Committee, have been extended by RCN Council in view of the very exceptional circumstances which impacted on Congress in 2020 and 2021.

Book for Congress 2022

Members attending online can book by visiting this link. Pre-registration for in-person attendance is now closed. You can register in person at the event, but you may have to queue. If you have any registration enquiries or would like to talk to someone about booking, you can call 02920 546460 or email congress.bookings@rcn.org.uk.


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