Policy briefings, parliamentary briefings and consultation responses on the issues that matter to nursing staff
RCN response to the Migration Advisory Committee's (MAC) consultation on the salary threshold and points-based system (PBS) commission.
RCN Scotland's response to the Scottish Parliament's Local Government and Communities Committee call for Views on the Period Products (Free Provision) (Scotland) Bill.
RCN Scotland's response to the final stage consultation on the Independent Review of Learning Disability and Autism in the Mental Health Act.
In July 2019, the Government published a Green Paper on prevention; ‘Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s’ and corresponding consultation. The RCN welcomes this important Green Paper and the ambition to make the prevention of ill health a priority for government. We set out here our responses to the questions presented in the Green Paper.
Following the Sturrock Report into bullying and harassment in NHS Highland, published earlier in the summer, MSPs debated bullying and harassment in the NHS in the Scottish Parliament on 10 September. Read the RCN's briefing to MSPs, which makes clear the organisation's stance that no-one at work should feel they are being bullied.
Evidence submission from RCN Scotland to the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee's inquiry into the future of primary care.
Evidence submission from the Primary Care Clinical Professions Group to the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee's inquiry into the future of primary care.
This member briefing and position paper outlines the RCN’s position on supernumerary status for pre-registration nursing students in the UK.
RCN Scotland response to the Scottish Government consultation on their Falls and Fractures Strategy for Scotland consultation
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 July 2019 to reflect a new partner endorsing the principles.