RCNi Roundtables are an effective way to build relationships with senior nurses, allied healthcare professionals and other relevant stakeholder organisations, who are experts in their field of practice.
At RCNi, we have a wealth of healthcare knowledge across a wide range of therapy areas. Through our journals, digital platforms and association with the Royal College of Nursing, we have unique access to nurses who will bring essential experience and expertise to any discussion.
Whether you’re looking to build your knowledge before launching into a new therapy area or wish to support the development of education around a specific topic, RCNi Roundtable events are the ideal opportunity to connect with the nursing community.
We’ll organise all the logistics and work with you to agree a topic outline and achievable outcomes from the roundtable discussion. We can source and select the contributors for the roundtable event or work with you to create the group of experts.
Venue hire and refreshments
8-15 panellists with expertise in the clinical area
Dedicated RCNi event manager and attendee liaison
Report coverage in leading RCNi Journals and online
Up to 3 hours of discussion time
Discussion chaired by a field expert
Comprehensive event branding
Dedicated photographer on site
Post-event attendee satisfaction survey
Report promotion in relevant RCNi communications
Before the event
Following an initial scoping discussion with RCNi’s team, Cancer Research UK decided to focus the discussion around bringing CRNs and CNSs together to support recruitment of patients to trials and to improve support for patients when leaving a trial.
Key questions to facilitate the discussion were then identified and included:
On the day
RCNi assembled a panel of 14 nursing professionals which included 10 expert practitioners specialising in cancer care, leading academics and researchers in this field and a representative from Cancer Research UK itself.
Case studies of both good and bad working relationships between CRNs and CNSs were discussed and by the end of the two-hour event, key recommendations had been highlighted for building positive local relationships to improve patient recruitment & ensure appropriate support for patients leaving trials.
The discussion on the day generated a seven-page report communicating the panel’s key findings, alongside an editorial write-up, with promotion across print and digital channels:
7,871 social media impressions within the first month
Report sent to 4,580 print and digital RCNi Journal subscribers
Seen by 70,957 readers in RCNi e-newsletters
80,000+ made aware of the findings from the event
“This was a really good event with lots of best practice shared and practical, take-home message”
Lisa Berry, editor of Cancer Nursing Practice
Standard rates to organise an RCNi Roundtable event start at £15,000
To discuss your individual objectives and how an RCNi Roundtable event could work for you, please contact our team for an informal discussion.
Additional event extras:
Additional post-event extras:
After your RCNi Roundtable event has taken place and the report has been published, these options offer first-hand engagement to a wider audience and allow nurses to interact directly with the report’s findings: