It is now more than three months since members at RCN Congress voted for a “summer of protest” in response to the years of pay restraint suffered by nursing staff across our region and the whole of the UK.
The Library and Archive Service is passionate about giving our members the best possible service and now we can prove that is exactly what we do.
Suzan recently went through the credentialing process, recognising advanced level practice in nursing. Here, she talks about her experience and why she applied.
We rely on input from our customers to improve our offer and the annual survey is one way you can influence our service.
Prison nurses are pretty much unseen by many for the work they do.
I completed my nurse training at the beginning of the 1980s in a hospital school of nursing and at the end of three years took my state final exams to become a registered general nurse (RGN).
The RCN Library and Archive are collecting stories on nursing as a diverse workforce caring for diverse populations, looking particularly at lesbian nurses.
Kate, one of our new volunteers, explains how she is helping us to digitise 10 nurse's scrapbooks from WWI. Each book is filled with experiences from the front line.
If we’re going to win this fight, we can’t just work with our friends.
The RCN’s partnership with the Zambian Union of Nurses Organisation (ZUNO) has entered an exciting new phase.