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Could you help London’s Clinical Senate to help more Londoners quit smoking?

Published: 23 October 2014

The London Clinical Senate is inviting RCN members to become champions for its first pan-London project: Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Health services treating Londoners at risk from tobacco smoke. The deadline for applications in 11 November.

The First Steps survey is here!

Published: 30 October 2014

Have you used the RCN's popular First Steps learning resource for HCAs?

London Members Take Part in TUC Pay Rally

Published: 23 October 2014

A large number of London members joined colleagues from around the country as part of the RCN crowd at the TUC fair pay rally on Saturday.

Inner NC London Branch Conference Photos

Published: 20 October 2014

The Inner London North Central Branch held their annual conference at St Pancras Hospital on Friday 17 October.

Strong showing of South East members at TUC march

Published: 19 October 2014

RCN members and staff from the South East region take part in the TUC’s Britain Needs a Pay Rise demonstration in London.

RCN North West members prepare to march for fair pay

Published: 16 October 2014

RCN North West members prepare to march for fair pay

Free conference to boost care skills

Published: 15 October 2014

The RCN is holding a free conference for health care assistants working in hospitals and nursing homes across Leicestershire aimed at improving their skills and knowledge.

66% pay hike for health trust chair an insult to nurses, says RCN

Published: 15 October 2014

A pay rise of almost £14,000 a year for the Chair of Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust has been condemned by the RCN as ‘hypocrisy’ and an insult to frontline nurses demoralised by the Government’s attacks on their pay.

Final report of the London Health Commission

Published: 15 October 2014

The London Health Commission has published its final report today. The Commission was led by Lord Ara Darzi, reports to Mayor Boris Johnson, and makes wide ranging recommendations to improve public health in London.

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