Informing the nursing profession and sharing members' stories

'You're worth your weight in gold'

As the COVID-19 crisis continues, we wanted to take a moment to share your experiences so far, your overwhelming courage and support for one another, and a few messages from a grateful and admiring public

Caring under the shadow of COVID-19

Working in a care home is a hard job at the best of times. But right now, nursing staff are stepping up. They are ensuring that those they care for are being kept safe. 

Mindful moments in a crisis

As the COVID-19 pandemic adds extra stresses to our working lives, mindfulness tools developed by nursing staff could help make things feel less overwhelming

Download the COVID-19 special issue of RCN Bulletin

Download the COVID-19 special issue of RCN Bulletin

'Nurses are going above and beyond'

Award-winning writer Christie Watson explains why she’s returning to frontline nursing in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

Celebrating Florence Nightingale

The Florence Nightingale Museum is going the extra mile to celebrate 200 years since the birth of Britain’s most famous nurse

Emotionally demanding

Rachael McIlroy, RCN Senior Research Lead, shines a light on a key theme of the latest RCN employment survey: the emotional labour of nursing work  

Psychological safety

Did you feel psychologically safe doing your job yesterday and will you tomorrow?

Download the March issue of RCN Bulletin

Download the March issue of RCN Bulletin

Your chance to shine

Preparation is key to a successful interview. Plan well, do your research, and the job could be yours, says RCN careers coach Julie Watkins

Screening on the streets

Yasmin works on a unique mobile health van seeking out and treating homeless people with TB

'Unsafe, undignified, unacceptable'

Our survey of emergency nursing staff in England reveals the difficulties of providing corridor care

Download the February issue of RCN Bulletin

Download the February issue of RCN Bulletin

Beyond the bedside

What can we learn from American nurses growing a national movement to protect patient safety?

Back to a safe place

Jess is pushing for the law to be changed in Scotland, so victims of sexual assault are better supported, and nurses play a bigger role in collecting and presenting forensic evidence