Policy briefings, parliamentary briefings and consultation responses on the issues that matter to nursing staff
RCN response to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy's consultation on electronic balloting for industrial action: Knight review.
RCN Scotland consultation response, setting out how legislation could ensure safe and effective staffing and impact positively on the safety and quality of care and the outcomes for individuals using services by ensuring that the right staff with the right skills are in place to deliver care in all settings and at all times.
RCN Scotland response to the Scottish Government's consultation on 'Equally Safe' strategy.
RCN response to the Department of Health's proposal to make changes to the availability of gluten-free foods that are prescribed on the NHS.
RCN response to Alcohol structures - High Strength Cider Tax consultation.
Facility time allowing union representatives to stand up for workers' rights is linked to increased productivity, crucial to delivering high quality patient care, says RCN Scotland.
A joint statement from professional leaders setting out a vision of the role of primary care and a set of principles to underpin the future of services. This document, originally published in September 2016, was updated in May 2017 to reflect a new partner endorsing the principles.
Information, advice and how to have your say on safe staffing legislation in Scotland
RCN response to the Department of Health's consultation on draft regulations that prevent an NHS employer from discriminating against applicants who appear to have been whistleblowers.
Nurses’ Day takes place on 12 May each year, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. It’s a chance to celebrate the remarkable difference that nursing staff around the world make every day.