Nursing in Practice events in 2017 are supported by the following organisations and associations:
Education for Health is a leading UK-based educational charity, working to transform the lives of people living with long term health conditions. We offer a comprehensive range of clinically-led education and training for healthcare professionals, including free-to-access online resources, workshops and accredited modules.
Twitter: @ EdforHealth
Formed in 1989 by a group of experienced Practice Nurses, the Association successfully lobbied MPs in 1994 to have Practice Nursing recognised as a specialist qualification. The campaign at the time was viewed as ‘an example of nurses working together to change and negotiate their role within the new Government vision of health care’.
Membership of SPNA is free.
Twitter: @ SPNASCOTLAND
Unite in Health/Mental Health Nursing Association
The MHNA exists to provide professional and clinical support for qualified and student mental health nurses. Its range of professional services, as well as the financial, legal and industrial backup of its parent trade union Unite, are unique and provides the representation and influence in the workplace that you need.