The Structure of the UCH London Nurses’ Charity
The Objects of the Charity are for the public benefit:
- To advance the health of patients being cared for in hospital and in the community in such ways as the Trustees think fit including by:
- Advancing the education of associate members by providing grants and bursaries to enable associate members to attend training courses, workshops, conferences and seminars relating to their areas of practice;
- Advancing the education of associate members by providing grants and bursaries to enable associate members to undertake research and publish and disseminate the results of any such research;
- Providing a network to assist associate members to communicate with each other in order to share: best practice; latest developments in patient care; feedback from attending training courses, workshops, conferences and seminars paid for by the Charity; and results of research undertaken.
- The relief of poverty and financial hardship among associate members of the Charity by providing grants, items and services to those in need.
Janet Hull Memorial Fund
Board of Trustees/Directors
- Other Trustees
Headed by a Trustee with inclusion of other Trustees and associate members
- Sales and Stock
Join Us At Our Next Event!
Postponed until Saturday 2nd April 2022
Was to be at the Grafton/Radisson Hotel
Tickets will be carried over to April, however, if you can't attend, please contact us to request a refund.
Saturday 2nd April 2022
At the Grafton/Radisson Hotel, 130 Tottenham Court Road
The Autumn lunch this year will include an Annual Charity Meeting after lunch as well as a meeting room beforehand for members to gather over coffee and biscuits. The Grafton Hotel has been booked for 16th October 2021 from 10.30 onwards.
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In particular this year I approached the charity for a financial bursary in light of changes in our family circumstances. I found that the charity responded very compassionately and quickly.
Do you know a nurse who makes a significant contribution to the promotion of human rights in their care of people in need? If you have a nomination please get in touch. The deadlines for nominations for the 2022 awards Friday, 29th April 2022
Welcome to a series of quarterly talks on current nursing issues. The first one is a pre-recorded talk given by Dr Venetia Brown, Middlesex University. Venetia trained at UCH between 1983 and 1986. She is currently Director of Programmes (Nursing) leading on Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Co-Director of Teaching and Learning in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery.