Get a huge range of benefits when you join the RCN , including protection and support in the workplace, professional development and the opportunity to shape future health care.
What you'll get
See how being a member of the RCN can help you:
- I'm a qualified nurse or midwife and am on one or more parts of the current NMC register
- I'm studying for a nursing degree or relevant course of study for the first time
- I'm a health care support worker/ health care assistant (HCA), nursing auxiliary, care assistant, ODP or assistant practitioner
- I don't fit into the above options, but I want to see how RCN membership can benefit me.
Are you eligible?
Nurses, health care support workers, nursing students and midwives can all join the RCN. Regulations covering eligibility for RCN membership, the membership categories, the different payment plans and associated governance rights are set out in The RCN Definitions of Membership (PDF 126KB) [see how to access PDF files], which is approved by RCN Council.