Growing gaps in the NHS workforce, highlighted in today's (9 February) report from Audit Scotland, are undermining nurses' best efforts to care for patients.
Additional funding will help some of Scotland’s nursing students, but allowances are only one part of the support package to help student nurses finish their studies.
Today’s (25 January) modest uplift in student nurse training places does not reflect the significant increase which is required to meet the country’s nursing need, says RCN Scotland.
A digital strategy that enables improved records sharing is essential to the future of primary care, say health organisations including the RCN.
Scotland needs to be able to continue to rely on contribution of EU nationals working in health and social care, says RCN Scotland Director.
Nursing staff's efforts to do their best for patients in Scotland 365 days a year undermined by increasing vacancy rate, says RCN Scotland.
Scottish Care’s warning of intolerable nursing shortages shows care homes are facing an uphill struggle to recruit and retain nurses, says RCN Scotland.
New report published by RCN Scotland showcases how mental health services are being transformed and keeping the person at the centre of care.
Comghall MacLeod is heading to Lapland this Christmas after winning the Royal College of Nursing’s centenary Christmas card competition, sponsored by RCNi.
New film launched on Armistice Day (Friday 11 November) remembers founding of RCN and celebrates the work of army nurse reservists.