RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair Birmingham: 3-4 March 2016
01st Mar, 2016
Your World Nursing will be attending the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair Birmingham at the NEC, 3rd - 4th March 2016.
Having attended the London West event in London West and the Manchester and London legs last year, we showed a keen interest as soon as the London West for 2016 event was announced. The conference offers us a great opportunity to communicate with the many trusts and foundations that also exhibit, along with meeting the thousands of nursing professionals who join in.
If you are looking for a new job or looking to develop your career, make sure you attend this event.
In previous RCN events, we have had great times and cherish these opportunities to meet all sorts of interesting healthcrae professionals. This time round we will providing delegates with our sought after Slush Puppie! Make sure you grab yours by coming to Stand 50!
If you are interested in the event or wish to seek further information, please visit the RCN Bulletin page.
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