Informing the nursing profession and sharing members' stories

Members crucial to securing safe staffing law

Nursing staff will shape every aspect of our campaign for legislation in England

Seven steps to speaking up about poor practice

It's not easy to raise concerns but as an RCN member you're not alone. Learning and development facilitator Rachel Wood explains what to do

Download the March issue of RCN Bulletin

Download the March issue of RCN Bulletin

World Poetry Day

Read a selection of poems members have written about nursing that capture the many experiences and emotions nursing staff live through every day

Meet our new Chair of RCN Council

Sue Warner is determined to make sure Council delivers the changes members want to see

Sally champions hand hygiene in Cambodia

Quality assurance matron Sally Young flew to north-west Cambodia to share her clinical expertise with hospital staff

Download the February issue of RCN Bulletin

The February issue of RCN Bulletin

Renal team is patient's choice

Alison Cairns explains how empowering patients following a diagnosis of kidney disease is at the heart of her work

Getting staffing levels right

How e-rostering is helping hospitals improve patient care by having the right staff, in the right place at the right time

Mental Health Nurses’ Day

A new initiative aims to attract much-needed talent to the specialty

What does the NHS Long Term Plan mean for nursing?

Find out what's in store for service transformation in England

A real lifeline

Fiona Chaabane is supporting people who have their world turned upside down by younger onset dementia

Download the January issue of RCN Bulletin

The January issue of RCN Bulletin

Helping older people get active

Find out how clinical activity champions are supporting nursing staff to promote exercise

Supporting healthy choices

Find out about the app that helps you make lifestyle changes, created by nurses for nurses

Meet our new RCN President

Anne Marie Rafferty wants to help introduce safe nurse staffing legislation in England by drawing on her expertise in nursing research