For LGBT+ History Month Janan Nuri reviews ‘Curing Queers’, a book on gay aversion therapy in the UK which has an important message for nurses today.
I became a member of the RCN a year ago after attending an RCN conference for HCAs that included non-members which I heard about through my manager.
Walk 10,000 steps is exactly what I did with RCN President Cecilia Akrisie Anim CBE, when she visited Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
Ground-breaking legislation that will impact on the legal, ethical and professional practice of all registered nurses in Northern Ireland
The creation of two separate committees to steer the RCN’s professional and trade union work is a landmark moment for the College, and one I was keen to throw my support behind by standing for election. I was delighted to be elected as Chair of the new Professional Nursing Committee, and to be given the opportunity to work alongside a diverse and experienced group of RCN members with such passion for nursing.
The agenda for RCN Congress is thought-provoking, contemporary and has a range of issues that I feel really define the purpose of the College. I hope it will stir members’ political and professional senses.
It’s not only the frontline services that have been hit by winter pressures, it seems an STP can catch flu as well.
Tomorrow it is Random Acts of Kindness Day and it got me thinking about the work I do together with the nursing family.
Drew McDonald says winning the RCNi Child Health award in 2017 boosted his confidence and clinical practice. Why not follow in his footsteps and nominate yourself or someone else for this year's awards.
Nursing is still seen as a female role and much more needs to be done to demonstrate that it is of equal value.