Molly Case, the RCN’s new writer in residence, talks about her new role and the fantastic work she’ll be doing with us!
The Library & Archives Service has been awarded Archives Accreditation. Read about how this went:
A blog post looking at one of the RCN Archive's most comprehensive diary collections, read more about nurse Muriel Hibbert below.
Drop in training has been a big success at the Library and Heritage Centre. It is available Wednesday and Saturday. Read more…
Artist Liz Atkin uses charcoal drawing as a radical re-thinking of skin picking, transposing the urge & energy of the disorder into artworks.
Dr Tommy Dickinson is a nurse and historian at King’s College London, and currently exploring the nursing care of people with HIV/AIDS before antiviral medication was readily available. Tommy is interviewing and collecting items as part of the project which he plans to deposit with the RCN Library and Archive collections.
From Portsmouth to Preston, Salford to Sussex, staff from RCN Library and Archive Services have been out and about over the last few months.
Want to meet a therapy dog? Fancy free tea and biscuits? Join us on 29th March 2017 in the library for our next ExpertTeas event.
A blog about the collecting project for forums and boosting our record collecting for the archives.
A blog about the history of district nursing and the Queens Nursing Institute Scotland.