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Have your say at the annual general meeting

Published: 03 October 2013

With the annual general meeting fast-approaching, don't miss this opportunity to vote on an important resolution on how to set member subscription fees for the next five years, and ensure we can protect the services that matter to you.

£50 million pilot scheme to increase GP services

Published: 01 October 2013

Under a new pilot scheme, announced today, surgeries in nine areas of England will be able to bid for funding to open from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week.

Landmark victory for member facing deportation

Published: 01 October 2013

The RCN Immigration Advice Service, in collaboration with RCN Legal Services, has helped win a landmark victory in the immigration courts for a health care assistant member under threat of deportation, following the new rules around minimum pay requirements.

RCN joins global fight against health care associated infections

Published: 27 September 2013

The RCN is joining the OneTogether programme, a global movement aimed at improving patient safety by reduce preventable health care associated infections (HCAIs).

Sepsis coalition statement launched

Published: 26 September 2013

The RCN has contributed to a UK-wide coalition statement on sepsis launched by the UK Sepsis Trust this month.

Patient safety must come first

Published: 06 August 2013

The Royal College of Nursing has responded to a new report looking at how to create zero harm in the NHS, following the Francis report on care failures at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

NHS Change Day: get involved

Published: 01 March 2013

The Royal College of Nursing is encouraging members to get involved with NHS Change Day on 13 March.

Health care assistants call for regulation

Published: 04 March 2009

A new RCN survey of health care assistants has shown that 85% of health care assistants feel they should be regulated, and that 89% are prepared to pay towards professional regulation.

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