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  • 26 Jul 2018

    Anonymous Registration on the Electoral Register in the UK

    Publication Code : 007 068

    The RCN supports the need for all individuals to be able to contribute to society, and this includes an individual’s right and access to register to vote. This guidance is aimed at nurses and midwives, who may be supporting victims of domestic abuse or related safeguarding issues, to register to vote anonymously in elections.

  • 24 Jul 2018

    Just about to graduate

    Publication Code : 006 565

    A guide for student nurses just about to graduate.

  • 17 Jul 2018

    RCN Competencies: Caring for Infants, Children and Young People requiring Palliative Care

    Publication Code : 007033

    This document is a revision of the first RCN competence framework produced for nurses and health care support workers in the UK involved in the care of infants, children and young people requiring palliative care. This newly revised competence framework builds on a number of best practice guidance documents and resources.

  • 11 Jul 2018

    Guidance to RCN Complaints

    Publication Code : 006466

    This publication explains the RCN complaints procedure, including how to complain, who can complain and the processes and timescales involved.    

  • 9 Jul 2018

    RCN Standards for Advanced Level Nursing Practice

    Publication Code : 007038

    A publication highlighting the standards for nurses working as advanced nursing practitioners. More information from the RCN on advanced nursing practice can be found at www.rcn.org.uk/ANP

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Advanced Level Nursing Practice: Introduction

    Publication Code : 006894

    An introduction to the RCN Standards for advanced level nursing practice, advanced nurse practitioners, RCN accreditation and RCN credentialing. More information from the RCN on advanced nursing practice can be found at www.rcn.org.uk/ANP

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Advanced Level Nursing Practice Section 1: The registered nurse working at an advanced level of practice

    Publication Code : 006895

    Section 1 of the RCN Standards for advanced level nursing practice, advanced nurse practitioners, RCN accreditation and RCN credentialing looks at the registered nurse working at an advanced level of practice. More information from the RCN on advanced nursing practice can be found at www.rcn.org.uk/ANP

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Advanced Level Nursing Practice Section 2: Advanced level nursing practice competencies

    Publication Code : 006896

    Section 2 of the RCN Standards for advanced level nursing practice, advanced nurse practitioners, RCN accreditation and RCN credentialing covers the competencies needed to work at this level. More information from the RCN on advanced nursing practice can be found at www.rcn.org.uk/ANP

  • 9 Jul 2018

    Advanced Level Nursing Practice Section 3: RCN accreditation and credentialing

    Publication Code : 006897

    Section 3 of the RCN Standards for advanced level nursing practice, advanced nurse practitioners gives information about RCN accreditation and RCN credentialing. More information from the RCN on advanced nursing practice can be found at www.rcn.org.uk/ANP

  • 6 Jul 2018

    Every Nurse an E-nurse: Insights from a consultation on the digital future of nursing

    Publication Code : 007 013

    This publication presents the detailed findings of a consultation, led by the RCN, into the digital future of nursing. The consultation took place over January and February 2018. The consultation explored 1) ideas for a shared vision of a digitally enabled health and social care service 2) the barriers and enablers to the vision becoming a reality and 3) examples of how data, information, knowledge and technology are already bringing that vision to life.

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