RCN members across the UK are campaigning to get the fair pay they deserve
Hunt’s announcement that the pay cap is scrapped shows the UK Government is listening, but there is still work to do.
Janet Davies shares how nursing was represented at the Conservative Party Conference.
Earlier this year, we asked what staffing levels were like on your last shift and more than 30,000 of you took part in the survey.
RCN Northern Ireland Board Vice Chair Anne Campbell gives her personal reflections on a highly successful pay campaign event at Westminster
Fiona Devlin, RCN Northern Ireland Board Chair, on how RCN Northern Ireland staff and members are working alongside each other to get the Scrap the Cap message heard
Garrett Martin, Deputy Director, RCN Northern Ireland, on how the Scrap the Cap campaign is gathering momentum in Northern Ireland
Last month, I decided that grumbling in the staff room wasn't enough so I joined an RCN pay protest.
Take part in our day of action and then attend our rally in Parliament Square.
I completed my nurse training at the beginning of the 1980s in a hospital school of nursing and at the end of three years took my state final exams to become a registered general nurse (RGN).
Prison nurses are pretty much unseen by many for the work they do.