Tina Donnelly, Director, RCN Wales, responds to University Hospital of Wales staff being taken to court over car parking charges
The Royal College of Nursing is demanding that the UK follows Wales’ lead and protects safe staffing levels with new legislation.
The Welsh Government launched their nurse recruitment campaign 'Train.Work.Live' today
The Royal College of Nursing Wales has joined the bid to create a Nation of Lifesavers by partnering with the British Heart Foundation to provide the kit and training to help people who have a cardiac arrest.
The Royal College of Nursing in Wales is delighted to announce the official launch of the RCN in Wales Nurse of the Year Awards for 2017 at St. Cadoc’s Hospital, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.
RCN Wales responds to Health Secretary Vaughan Gething's announcement on the NHS pay award
RCN in Wales responds to Publication of ‘GP Services in Wales: The Perspective of Older People’ by Sarah Rochira, Older People’s Commissioner for Wales
£95 million is due to be invested to support a range of education and training programmes for healthcare professionals in Wales
Tina Donnelly tells us that local authorities must work closely with third sector organisations to ensure "clear and effective working arrangements"
RCN Wales welcomes this investment which will help to ensure a sustainable social care sector in Wales