Policy briefings, parliamentary briefings and consultation responses on the issues that matter to nursing staff
RCN response to the World Health Organization's consultation on monitoring progress on implementation of the WHO Global Code.
Parliamentary submission to the Health and Social Care Committee Inquiry on antimicrobial resistance.
Royal College of Nursing response to the Home Affairs Committee inquiry on post-Brexit migration policy, July 2018.
RCN Response to the Department of Health and Social Care's consultation on cost effectiveness methodology for vaccination programmes.
RCN parliamentary submission to the Joint Select Committee inquiry on the Draft Health Service Safety Investigations Bill.
We support amendments 4, 19, 24, 25 to the EU Withdrawal Bill which would: enable health and care services to continue to have access to nursing staff from EU countries without being over-dependent on this supply pool; protect citizens’ employment rights; support the mutual recognition of professional qualifications; grant Parliament a meaningful vote on the deal reached on the UK’s future relationship with the EU; secure the rights of child refugees to be reunited with family members living in another EU country by retaining the Dublin III regulations; allow for continued cooperation between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
RCN parliamentary submission to Commons Select Committee's prison healthcare inquiry.
RCN response to the Nursing & Midwifery Council's consultation on ensuring patient safety, enabling professionalism.
RCN response to the Professional Standards Authority (PSA)'s consultation on how professional regulation can encourage health and care practitioners to be more candid when care goes wrong.
RCN response to Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs' consultation on employment status.