We need your help collecting greetings cards to feature in our new exhibition.
Mike Holden is a PhD candidate at the University of York. As part of a placement programme with White Rose College of Arts and Humanities, Mike has joined the RCN Events and Exhibitions team to support the research and planning of a new exhibition. In this interview, he talks about his research into anger and protest within nursing and its history.
This year Pride will mark 50 years since Stonewall. Janan Nuri tells us about the roots of the parade, and how you can get involved in Pride’s Golden Jubilee
Most of the donations to our archive come direct from an individual or their family. Some however, come via a more circuitous route, including one recent donation which was found in a skip.
How old is “old”? Who decides who is old? And more importantly, how does society value the people we consider to be older? Frances writes about our new exhibition
Create a piece of stained glass in a workshop inspired by the history of emotions in nursing.
The Library and Archive team are always looking for new ways to reach our members. This year we started to offer library training using Skype. This extends the successful training sessions held in our libraries to RCN members across the UK. You can join a training session from any location, even your sofa!
For International Women's Day guest speaker Dr Anne Hanley writes about the history of gender politics in gynaecological and sexual health nursing in the early twentieth century.
Did you know emotions have a history? Find out more about the way our expectations of emotion have changed over time, and why this is important to the history of nursing.
We’ve recently added a new feature which will make it easier to explore topics and find material.