All RCN members must use their influence to develop the nursing profession.
Reflections on one year in post as RCN Chief Executive & General Secretary.
Congress is an important event for RCN members.
Members are encouraged to use their vote in the upcoming EU referendum.
Government announcements threaten to have a profound effect on nursing.
Evidence is key to addressing current issues in nursing.
In February, more than 5,000 members gave their views on the proposed 'nursing associate' role.
Learning disability nurses are a critically valuable part of the nursing workforce.
The time is fast approaching for the first nurses and midwives to complete the new NMC revalidation process.
Reflections on 2015 and looking forward to 2016.
The Government’s decision to replace nursing students’ bursaries with loans is extremely disappointing.
In early October, the Nursing and Midwifery Council gave the go ahead to the new revalidation process.
Plans for a new nursing associate role are proceeding, with the first cohort of 1000 starting a two year programme in December, and another 1000 likely to be approved as soon as April of 2017.
East and North Herts pension offer is deeply distressing.
Preventing back and other musculoskeletal injuries is a win, win situation for all, says Kim Sunley.
Striking a good work-life balance in a hectic workplace can be tough, but there are small changes everyone can make to ease the strain, says Sarah.
RCN Professional Lead for Public Health, Helen Donovan, explains why immunisation is key for all nursing staff.
The RCN will welcome delegates from around the world to London this November.
The RCN has submitted evidence to the body that makes recommendations on NHS pay.
Latest workforce figures show that health visitor posts are being cut throughout England.
In 1985 I opted out the NHS Pension Scheme because I wanted to buy my children new school shoes.
Roles are being cut when they're needed most, writes Fiona Smith.