History was brought to life for children at a school in Huddersfield.
Members and staff took our campaign for a better pay deal to the streets of Leeds at the regional #scrapthecap launch events.
Branches in Yorkshire and the Humber are changing following a consultation.
Dementia support service manager and RCN member Roy Tomlinson has been given a special award for his caring attitude.
From cake stalls and tea parties through to celebratory conferences, this year’s Nurses’ day was marked in health and social care settings right across the region.
As well as being a great social occasion and a chance to network with a wide range of employers, our annual conference offers members an opportunity to get involved in discussions and debates that shape the work of the College.
Regional Director for the RCN in Yorkshire and the Humber, Glenn Turp, has commented on the decision to cap NHS pay rises at 1%.
Countdown to summer Pride events across Yorkshire and Humber
Last week our charitable trust RCN Foundation revealed that a record number of nursing staff applied to them for hardship grants in 2016.
Cuts to children’s services in York will put young people in the district at risk. Nurses represented by the Royal College of Nursing have voiced concerns that proposals to restructure services for children (including health visiting and school nursing) fail to address the increasing demand on services.