Keeping you informed as an RCN member
In this issue two members talk about what it's like being nurses who are D/deaf, plus 18 things to do in 2018 and an interview with the new chair of RCN Council.
While the Autumn Budget raised hopes of a pay rise for nursing staff, the RCN has concerns about some of the conditions that may be attached.
In the December issue of RCN Bulletin three nurses talk about reducing HIV rates. Plus, what’s it like nursing at Christmas?
RCN research shows money worries are so severe for many members they’re losing sleep and thinking of quitting the profession.
This issue of the RCN History of Nursing Society newsletter includes features on nursing on the battlefield and the beatification of Hanna Chrzanowska.
Read about a student nurse's award-winning mental health awareness project and find out what it's like doing a placement in a prison in this issue of RCN Students.
In this issue we celebrate the success of our Scrap the Cap campaign, which culminated in Jeremy Hunt announcing an end to the 1% NHS pay cap.
Thank you to every activist who helped the RCN’s Scrap the Cap campaign succeed.
What's it like nursing in the UK's largest prison? Find out in this month’s RCN Bulletin. Also in this issue: the RCN calls for new safe staffing legislation.
The fight goes on to secure fair pay for nursing staff after the Government scrapped the 1% cap on wage increases for prison and police officers.