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Nursing leader comments on new Minister for Mental Health

Published: 05 December 2014

RCN Scotland welcomes new health minister's focus on mental health.

Nursing leader comments on latest NHS workforce figures

Published: 02 December 2014

RCN Scotland Director comments on latest workforce statistics published by ISD today (Tuesday 2 December)

Report exposes failings at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary – RCN Scotland comments

Published: 02 December 2014

Failings in leadership and management culture, and lack of assurance systems, meant health board was unaware of problems at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

New First Minister’s ‘Plans for Government’ announcement

Published: 26 November 2014

RCN Scotland calls on new First Minister to support our call to put in place policies and funding to make health inequalities a thing of the past.

Delayed discharges evidence of NHS pressures – RCN Scotland comment

Published: 25 November 2014

Figures published today on delayed discharges are further evidence that our NHS is under pressure, says RCN Scotland

Vale of Leven Public Inquiry – RCN Scotland response

Published: 24 November 2014

Vale of Leven Public Inquiry report shows what can happen when there are failings at all levels from the ward to the board room to national government, says RCN Scotland

Need to invest in mental health nursing, says RCN Scotland

Published: 23 November 2014

Mental health services across the UK are under unprecedented strain, according to a new report published by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN)

RCN Scotland comment on Scottish Government reshuffle

Published: 21 November 2014

New health secretary faces major challenges on NHS, says RCN Scotland

RCN launches major new campaign on health inequalities

Published: 12 November 2014

More could and should be done to improve the health of people living in the most deprived areas, according to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland. This comes at the same time as it is revealed by YouGov that 62% of people in Scotland believe health inequalities are unfair

Clear guidance needed to improve care of dying

Published: 18 November 2014

Clear guidance for staff on good practice in supporting people in the last days and hours of life is essential, says RCN Scotland

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