Dame Donna Kinnair shares the latest on the COVID-19 vaccination programme, the impact of staffing shortages and how we’re supporting members through this unprecedented time.
Nursing staff are fundamental to vaccine delivery. This is how the RCN is supporting members.
The role of the nurse is this years key message, raising awareness of the crucial role nurses play in supporting those living with diabetes.
The emerging information about potential vaccines is welcome but nursing staff will play a key role in building public confidence in COVID-19 vaccine programme.
Vaccination is an essential, primarily nurse led, service. Maintaining safety is always fundamental to all clinical services and there has been considerable discussion nationally around how nursing staff can deliver vaccinations safely.
Nurse marks new sporting campaign by encouraging peers to discuss getting active with patients
The effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic on UK travel and travel health services.
This new factsheet within the Motivate2Move suite of resources is very relevant at this time for all health care professionals, as it captures how being more physically active during the current pandemic could potentially minimise the severity of COVID-19 if infected. This factsheet was developed with the help of scientists from the University of Birmingham, UK.
Reminding health professionals of the importance of self-care in this current pandemic.
The Project: Barnet Public Health Team, RCN, and Middlesex University worked together to develop a local authority hosted public health placement specifically for pre-registration nursing students from any field.