Nursing students call on the Government to halt plans to scrap the NHS bursary in England.
Nurses in the South East write to the media to demand fair pay
The RCN London Region hosted a special Centenary Service of Thanksgiving at St Augustine’s Church Kilburn on Wednesday 18 May.
The RCN is encouraging students and other members to join a march on Westminster on 4 June in protest against Government plans to cut student bursaries.
The Welsh Government has confirmed they will extend the law into further settings following an agreement with Kirsty Williams AM.
New data indicates the NHS needs more investment and more staff.
RCN London branches have been holding celebratory events for its members throughout the capital to celebrate Nurses Day which was on 12 May. Here is a round-up of a few of the events which took place in our region...
Today Carwyn Jones has been nominated as First Minister of Wales, leading a Labour Minority Welsh Government.
RCN welcomes publication of NHS England charter for nursing, midwifery and care staff.
A new team of nursing professionals will assess health care products for NHS trusts, identifying those that deliver quality, safety and value.