An exhibition telling the story of nursing during wartime - from the 19th to the 21st century. Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays 10am-4pm
Regular meeting open to all Ayrshire & Arran Branch members
The RCN is launching a UK-wide survey of its members on the principle of removing criminal sanctions from termination of pregnancy.
Hear frontline perspectives of nursing during war at a special event as part of the RCNs ‘Nursing, Trauma & War’ exhibition.
More nurses would receive 3% pay rise as Scottish Government announces extension to public sector workers earning up to £36,500.
Announcement of an increase in student nurse numbers of more than 10% shows Scottish Government has been listening the RCN's concerns about the lack of nurses in training in recent years.
A new Chair of RCN Scotland Board has been elected.
The Scottish Government has listened to RCN members campaigning to close the gap on nursing pay but more details are needed.
The Scottish Government has recognised the efforts of RCN members campaigning to close the gap on nursing pay in today’s budget pledge to increase public sector pay.
Nurses are feeling under increasing financial pressure and are being stretched to breaking by the demands of their job, according to the results of a new RCN survey.
High vacancy rate continues to undermine commitment of nurses and health care support workers, says RCN Scotland.
Work needed to make working in care homes as attractive to nursing students as careers in any other area of health and social care, says RCN Scotland on publication of Scottish Care report highlighting recruitment and retention problems.