The latest nursing news and RCN events
The RCN has launched a new guide to help nurses spot victims of trafficking and address the lack of modern slavery awareness training in the NHS.
Cuts to crucial children’s health services are jeopardising the health of England’s children and young people.
Delegates at RCN Congress today condemned the widespread erosion and undermining of NHS job grades.
RCN members have expressed their disappointment at Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision not to come to Congress.
An exhibition of the history of public health nursing from the rise of social reform in the 19th century to the present day.
Returning for 2017, the RCN’s ‘Children and Young People Nursing Conference’ will be running alongside the RCPCH Conference and offers excellent learning and networking opportunities.
Hear from a military nurse about being deployed during the ebola crisis, and look back on this year's Congress outcomes
The Boer War was the first major British conflict in which nurses in large numbers were deployed.
An update for RCN members on the Mental Health Capacity (NI) Act 2016 and Delivering Care: mental health nurse staffing in Northern Ireland
The RCN West Midlands Agency Nursing Network is a forum for agency nurses and HCAs to discuss the issues they face in the workplace.
Womens Health programme for registered nurses working in general practice
If you are a member of the Essex Branch, come along to this free event, meet other members and find out what's happening in your local area.
In the light of the results of the recent pay poll which were overwhelmingly in favour of taking some form of industrial action over pay, we are planning a summer of protest.
A branch meeting for RCN Lancashire West members