Policy briefings, parliamentary briefings and consultation responses on the issues that matter to nursing staff
The RCN supports the vision of a health and care system where people have access to high quality care when and where they need it, no matter the time of day or day of week.
The RCN has responded to NHS England's consultation on the draft whistleblowing guidance for primary care.
The RCN has responded to NHS England's consultation on developing a method to assist investment decisions in specialised commissioning.
The RCN has responded to the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Multiple Sclerosis's review into employment support for people with MS.
The RCN has responded to Skills for Health on the mental health core skills education and training framework.
The RCN has produced a briefing to provide members with information about the voting process for the EU referendum. This briefing includes information on who is eligible to vote, how to register to vote, and how to vote.
The RCN has produced a factual guide with information on the impact of the EU on nursing which draws on existing policy positions.
This briefing outlines the RCN’s position on a House of Lords amendment to the Trade Union Bill on trade union facility time, which was considered by the House of Commons on Wednesday 27 April 2016.
This updated briefing looks at the successes of the Buurtzorg model, while also identifying some of the challenges which would need to be addressed if the UK were ever to adopt a similar system approach.
The RCN has responded to the Department of Health's consultation on infected blood: reform of financial and other support.