Nurses highlight devasting impact of financial savings plans on health and social care services, together with underlying failures in strategic and political leadership
Around 40 members from Northern Ireland participated in the RCN UK Scrap the Cap pay campaign rally in London today.
Three steps to positive practice is a newly-published framework designed to help health and social care professionals to guide professional, ethical and legal decision-making when considering the use of potentially restrictive practices.
RCN South Eastern Branch members meet Independent MP, Lady Sylvia Hermon to highlight the RCN's Scrap the Cap campaign
RCN South Western Branch pay champions met Barry McElduff MP this week to highlight the RCN’s Scrap the Cap pay campaign and to discuss the need to promote pay equality for Northern Ireland nurses.
RCN members across Northern Ireland are currently meeting their local MPs to highlight the key messages from the Scrap the Cap campaign
RCN pay champions are visiting HSC workplaces across Northern Ireland this summer.
Learning disability nurse Siobhan Rogan tonight won the RCN Northern Ireland Nurse of the Year Awards 2017.
Western Health and Social Care Trust lead nurse for older people's mental health wins coveted award for transforming dementia care.
The RCN has secured a commitment for a “fair and sustainable way forward” for nurses’ pay in Northern Ireland, following a campaign which included the threat of industrial action for the first time in the RCN’s history.