Poor mental health can affect any of us, regardless of age, race, occupation or religion.
Many nurses would argue that they don’t have time or even energy to discuss physical activity with their patients.
Lesley Pallett, Vice Chair of the RCN Safety Representatives Committee, explains why it’s important to have the flu vaccination, if you haven’t already.
Michelle Johnson, Chief Nurse at Whittington Health NHS Trust, explains how they encourage staff to have the flu vaccine.
Helen Donovan, RCN Professional Lead for Public Health urges all members to protect themselves and their patients this winter.
The annual cost of unscheduled care for homeless patients is eight times that of the housed population, and homeless patients are over-represented among frequent attenders in A&E.
Ahead of European festival season, RCN Professional Lead for Public Health Helen Donovan urges young adults to make sure they have the MMR vaccine.
Over the last twenty-five years I have worked in sexual health services and education, I have seen many changes.
Research has shown that living with someone who has travelled to South Asia and the Middle East increases the chance of carrying antibiotic resistant superbugs.
Following the RCN’s Glove Awareness Week, we support the World Health Organisation to promote their call to save lives through better hand hygiene.