A new booklet on how to improve stroke services is useful reading for any nursing staff working in that field.
The Government's decision hurts nursing staff and the excellent patient care they are desperately trying to uphold.
Reading about nurses being at higher risk of suicide in a report recently published by the Office for National Statistics made me even more determined to talk about how the RCN can help.
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.
Out of all of the biographies on Wikipedia, only 17% of them are of women. Here at the RCN Library we’re planning to help change that - Alice explains how:
I completed my revalidation in December. I was concerned at how much time it would take to prepare the paperwork, but it wasn’t too onerous.
To start off I was really worried that I wasn’t going to be able to prove that I had actually done all the things I knew I had done. But I had all my certificates and other documentation so I pulled everything together and I realised I had done quite a lot and could present everything quite quickly. Once all the proof was in front of me, the reflective piece was quite easy to do.
At this time of year it should be no surprise to anyone that hospitals are busy, community health care is pushed to its limits and NHS services are frequently struggling to cope with demand.