Shortly after the 2016 referendum on membership of the EU the RCN highlighted the five key priorities to ensure that Brexit worked for nursing and did not negatively impact on health services in the UK. This overview outlines the issues.
This guidance has been developed to help nurses and care staff work effectively with issues of sexuality, intimate relationships, sexual expression and sex, particularly people living in care homes. Its aim is to facilitate learning, support best practice and serve as a resource to help nurses and care staff address the needs of older service users in a professional, sensitive, legal and practical way.
Library and Archive Service quarterly report July-September 2018
Immunisation programmes in the UK are one of the most successful public health strategies that are delivered by general practice nurses. This best practice pocket guide aims to provide a practical checklist to support general practice nurses in managing a childhood vaccine and immunisation clinic.
This document provides guidance and advice for nurses who are new to the Defence Medical Services. It includes information on developing your career, raising concerns and managing stress.
This Guide provides helpful tips for HCAs, HCSWs, APs and TNAs on how to stay on top of their finances. It provides advice on topics such as budgeting, work and benefits, childcare, dealing with a change in income, and affordable housing options. This is a shortened version of the Guide available to non-members. Members can access the full version by logging in to MyRCN.
In response to a resolution passed at Congress 2017, a suite of information on dementia in the workplace has been developed for nursing staff and those that represent and employ them. It aims to tackle the stigma surrounding a diagnosis of dementia in working life and to support nurses with dementia to work as fully as they are able to, for as long as they wish to.
Report of the spring 2018 RCN survey of mental health professionals.
Given the continuing global nursing shortage and rising demand for health and care services the UK needs to be able to attract nursing staff with the right skills and attitudes to work and remain in the sector,
This 2018 money guide provides comprehensive advice for nursing and midwifery students on funding, benefits and housing, as well as tips on saving money and budgeting.