Make your voice heard by responding to consultations on issues related to nursing.
NHS England is seeking views on an outright ban, as well as alternative measures to reduce sales of sugary-drinks.
The Care Quality Commission is seeking views on changes to the fees scheme for 2017/18; and changing definitions in the fees scheme for substance misuse services, minor injury units and urgent care centres.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council is seeking views on proposed changes to their fitness to practise legislation which will give case examiners additional powers to give advice, issue warnings and recommend undertakings. They are also seeking views on their approach to implementing their expanded power to review no case to answer decisions which is linked to advice, warnings and undertakings.
The UK government has consulted on proposals to remove regulations that prevent the supply of agency workers by employment businesses to cover employees taking industrial action. The Welsh Government are consulting on proposals that sustain the principle of the regulation in Welsh public services should it be removed by the UK government.
The Department of Health is seeking views on creating a balanced 'safe space' to allow NHS staff to speak up about incidents without the fear of being punished.
RCN Council would like to hear your feedback on the proposed terms of reference and role descriptors for its two new committees.
The Health Committee is seeking views on the accountability of the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The Law Commission is asking for help to identify areas of the substantive law of England and Wales that need reform and to prioritise those reforms.
NHS England is seeking views on the issues around how conflicts of interest in the NHS could be managed.
The Health Committee is seeking views on the priorities for health and social care in the negotiations on the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.
NHS Improvement are seeking views on never events policy and framework review 2016.
The Department of Health is seeking views on the scope of performance assessments of providers regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
The Home Office and Department for Education are seeking views on the possible introduction of mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect or a duty to act in relation to child abuse or neglect.
Money and Mental Health are seeking views on their consultation paper where they have set out the psychological drivers of increased spending and explored a range of possible solutions.