Find out where they stand on key nursing issues.
Ask your candidate to improve, value and invest in nursing.
As the Government triggers Article 50, nursing staff from the European Economic Area face an uncertain future.
The fight for fair pay may take years – but, together, we will show the Government we won’t be beaten.
We must protect our healthcare staff from violence and aggression.
Following today’s debate on nursing pay, we will continue to fight for the pay rise you deserve.
Pressures in A&E have hit the headlines this week with reports that patients are waiting up to 23 hours in hospital corridors in England.
In October, we launched an exciting new pilot service for nurses working at an advanced level.
Our latest Labour Market Review shows action is needed now to address the workforce shortage.
The RCN will welcome delegates from around the world to London this November.
Janet Davies calls on RCN members to use their influence to create change.
Janet Davies reflects on the successes and challenges of her first year in post
It is so important for RCN members to come to Congress.
Members must 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, says RCN Chief Executive Janet Davies.
More than 5,000 RCN members have given 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.
As 2015 draws to a close, it’s important we take time to reflect on what we have achieved together this year. There is a lot for us to celebrate.
In a post addressing nursing students following the Government's decision to scrap student nurse bursaries, RCN Chief Executive & General Secretary Janet Davies said: 'The Government’s decision to replace nursing students’ bursaries with loans is extremely disappointing'.
In early October, the Nursing and Midwifery Council took the historic step of giving the go ahead to the new revalidation process.
I have really enjoyed meeting with many members across the UK this month.