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4 blog posts
  • Craig Davidson Craig Davidson 15 Jul 2020

    I add a different perspective, something unique

    Craig writes about how he applied for a position on the Nurses in Management and Leadership Forum steering committee as a newly qualified nurse and why all members have something to offer in one of these roles.

  • Ed Freshwater Ed Freshwater 15 Jul 2020

    Being part of this committee has been an amazing learning experience

    This is a time of unprecedented pressure and stress on an already overworked and overwhelmed workforce. It's vital as we emerge from the pandemic lockdown that the voice of mental health nursing is heard and represented.

  • Sally Bassett Sally Bassett 13 Jul 2020

    Join a forum steering committee

    Sally Bassett, Chair of the RCN's Nurses in Management and Leadership Forum, and Chair of Forum Chairs, shares her experience of being an activist within the RCN's forum structure, and encourages other members to get involved too.

  • Denise Symister Denise Symister 11 Dec 2019

    The National Bereavement Care Pathway

    The quality of care that a bereaved family receives during a pregnancy or baby loss can have a lasting effect; poor care can make their experience much worse. The quality of bereavement care varies regionally in England and Wales. However, all bereaved parents should be offered the same quality care no matter where they live.