Out of hours service - Chasing the Sun
‘Power to the Womb‘an’ event is an afternoon of world café discussions on women’s health, busting myths and sharing experiences on Scotland’s progress to being a period positive nation.
Fascinating aspects of the history of women’s health are being explored in a new exhibition at the Royal College of Nursing Scotland (RCN) in Edinburgh.
New installation delves into two centuries of older people’s care, changing lifestyles and the role of nursing in improving attitudes to ageing.
Nursing, storytelling and the First World War
Service Scrapbooks showcases the long lost stories of ten unsung nursing heroes from the First World War using the nurses’ own words, sketches and photographs.See the scrapbooks
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RT @theRCN: 2020 is international year of the nurse and midwife. RCN Bulletin is preparing to celebrate all that is unique and special abou…
RCNLibraries - Dec 14
All change! We're having some redecorating today in London while we get ready for our new exhibition 'Who Cares? A… https://t.co/V8g0BFy1NC
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We can't wait to see this in our new "Who Cares? A History of Emotions in Nursing" exhibition - launching next mont… https://t.co/6yo4lCzZI4
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RT @theRCN: "Wherever they are in the UK, current nursing staff need to see real improvements to their working lives [and] when negotiation…
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