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Dementia report 'a positive step' - RCN

Published: 29 November 2013

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) today called the Government’s publication of a ‘state of the nation’ report on dementia care in England a “step in the right direction”, but added that there was still much to be done.

Working to reduce suicide

Published: 29 November 2013

The Royal College of Nursing has paid tribute to the work of nurses who work with people with mental health problems, as a new report has identified factors which have been shown to help to prevent suicide.

RCN celebrates BME Pioneers

Published: 29 November 2013

The Royal College of Nursing today congratulated its Deputy President, Cecilia Anim, and diversity co-ordinators Wendy Irwin and Maxine Hurley, on their positions on the prestigious Health Service Journal list of BME Pioneers.

RCN and Carers Trust develop ‘Triangle of Care’ to improve dementia care

Published: 26 November 2013

The RCN and Carers Trust have today published a new guide to improve the care of people with dementia by ensuring the support and involvement of their carers.

Calling for action against Female Genital Mutilation

Published: 07 November 2013

A unique coalition of royal colleges and trade unions including the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has launched a ground-breaking report containing nine recommendations for tackling Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in the UK.

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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