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RCN supports action to tackle antibiotic resistance

Published: 06 November 2014

The RCN has joined other leading health organisations in calling for urgent action to tackle antibiotic resistance.

Children and young people deserve better mental health care

Published: 05 November 2014

The RCN has responded to a new report from the House of Commons Health Select Committee on the challenges facing CAMHS.

Importance of stress awareness

Published: 05 November 2014

The RCN is urging health service organisations to do more to monitor stress levels among their staff and to provide better support for those at risk of burnout.

RCN announces new President and Deputy President

Published: 04 November 2014

The results of the elections for RCN President and Deputy President have been announced.

RCN Awards 2015: nominate your champion

Published: 03 November 2014

Has someone made an exceptional contribution to the advancement of nursing, health care or to the work of the RCN? If so, we want to hear from you.

The truth about flu

Published: 25 September 2014

As the flu season begins, the RCN is encouraging all frontline nursing staff to be vaccinated.

The truth about flu

Published: 04 November 2014

As the flu season begins, the RCN is encouraging all frontline nursing staff to be vaccinated. Find out how you can get vaccinated today.

Dying in the UK – nurses raise “profound” concerns

Published: 03 November 2014

Almost half a million people die in the UK every year and RCN members are concerned about the ability of health services to deliver high quality care to them.

Teens tell health leaders to act quickly for young carers

Published: 30 October 2014

Young carers from across the country today met with senior health figures to discuss how services can better meet the needs of the 166,000 children and teenagers in England who care for a family member.

New figures show UK increasingly reliant on overseas nurses

Published: 29 October 2014

The United Kingdom has become a net importer of nurses for the first time in eight years, showing the extent of the reliance on overseas staff as hospitals desperately struggle to recruit enough staff to keep patients safe.

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