Wessex

Welcome

Welcome to the Wessex Region's information pages. You will find details of the latest BACCN news in the region together with information on upcominmg events, and contact details for Wessex's Committee Members.

If you would like to get involved in this region, we would love to hear from you! 

Best wishes

Andrea

Andrea Eaton

Chair-Elect, Wessex Regional Committee

andreaeaton64@hotmail.com  

 

Join Our Committee - an Exciting Opportunity to influence Critical Care Nursing! 

Calling all BACCN Wessex Region Members,

  • Are you keen to develop professionally as a critical care nurse?
  • Are you looking for career development opportunity 
  • Are you interested in finding out about (or influencing) the future of critical care nursing?

If yes to any of the above, we are seeking expressions of interest from enthusiastic critical care nurses from the Wessex region to join a new inspiring BACCN committee. There are no specific qualifications required and you can be any grade of nurse in order to contribute to the local BACCN regional committee.

All you need to be is a BACCN member who is enthusiastic to take forward the work of the BACCN within your region. The purpose of the Regional Committee is to provide education and support for critical care nurses within the region. If you're passionate about critical care nursing and would like to be part of a team to help to further train and develop critical care nurses across the region, we would really love you to come along and join us.

If you would like any further information please contact Andrea Eaton via andreaeaton64@hotmail.com   Alternatively you can us via support@baccn.org or by phone on 0844 800 8843.

 

Link Members Needed!

BACCN Link Nurses play a crucial role in developing the Wessex 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 support@baccn.org