South East


Welcome to the webpages for the South East Region of BACCN.

The Southern Region was re-configured to become the South East Region in October 2023, and has a great programme arranged for the next few years. Our aim is to enable you to get the best possible experience from our study events and I encourage you to become a link member for your units. We also encourage everyone to feed back to their local link members so as they may pass on your view points. If you need further information on becoming a link member, or to find out who yours is, please contact me directly.

We are looking to explore ways in which we can communicate better with you and find out how we can serve you as your committee 

We shall be increasing our social media presence much more (Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook), so please ensure that you are following the BACCN. 

There is no substitute for word of mouth recommendation, however, so if you enjoy BACCN events please tell your friends and colleagues and encourage them to come along to future events!

Finally, none of this would be possible without you our members, so thank you for feeding back to us and helping us be a great committee so as we may continue to serve you.

Best wishes


Carolyne Stewart

Chair, South East Regional Committee


Southern Region AGM 10 June 2022


Southern Region AGM 13 September 2021


Zoom Recording

Southern Region AGM 2 June 2020




Our Mission Statement

To promote the BACCN as an organisation with in the Southern region by focussing upon the particular needs of critical care nursing with in this area.

The BACCN Southern region will:

Establish and maintain effective communication between the Regional members, the Regional committee, and the national committee to promote and facilitate educational and professional development for all regional members by:-

1.Organising regional study days

2.Disseminating professional information on professional   issues of relevance to critical care

3. Support collaborative practice and promote innovative evidence based patient care.   

Link Members Needed!

BACCN Link Nurses play a crucial role in developing the Southern region and the Committee.

Key Roles:

  • Establish a communication point for BACCN in your local critical care area
  • Hold and distribute BACCN membership application forms and information as required
  • Receive and distribute information on BACCN activities including regional and national study events
  • Identify the needs of local members and communicate this to the committee

The role remains fluid as the needs of the region change. Your regional committee will provide you with regular communication and updates, helping you ro contributie to the establishment of an effective communication system across the region.

If you are interested in becoming a Link Member for your hospital/unit or would just like to receive further information on the role please email us at