RCN Congress honoured by International Business Award

The Royal College of Nursing’s (RCN) Congress 2009 has won an International
Stevie Award for best tradeshow or convention at The 2010 International Business
Awards, as well as earning an honorary medal. 

More
than 1,700 entries were received from organisations and individuals in more than
40 countries. The awards will be presented at a gala dinner on 27 September at
the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey.

“Staff
across the RCN worked incredibly hard to deliver the congress for our
members,” says chief executive and
general secretary of the RCN, Dr Peter Carter. “The fact the event was
successful is testament not only to
the hard work, but to the key role the RCN plays in making the nursing voice
heard.”

RCN
Congress 2009 was attended by almost 6,000 UK delegates and
keynote speeches were made by former
Prime Minister, Gordon Brown and
current Prime Minister, David
Cameron.

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

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