The latest nursing news and RCN events
The RCN has criticised the Prime Minister’s failure to scrap the public sector pay cap in the Queen’s Speech today.
The RCN is creating the first ever nationwide protocol for animals in health care in a bid to encourage more hospitals to explore animal therapy.
The Royal College of Nursing has joined forces with 14 unions representing the NHS workforce to demand Theresa May ends the 1% cap on NHS pay.
The RCN Foundation is consulting members on plans to amalgamate three of its main funds into two.
An exhibition of the history of public health nursing from the rise of social reform in the 19th century to the present day.
This event will focus on safeguarding the health and safety of vulnerable people across Wiltshire and will include talks on sexual exploitation, prostitution, drug trafficking, and domestic violence. Open to all, this learning event will be especially relevant to students and nursing staff working in emergency care, urgent care, walk-in centres, general practice and sexual health. A light buffet lunch will be provided.
Torbay branch members are holding a study day on 23 June. The morning sessions are aimed at health care assistants and assistant practitioners while the afternoon sessions are for registered nurses. All are welcome - you can join the RCN on the day.
Mental Capacity Workshops
RCN Suffolk and Norfolk branch members are invited to come along to this event with 6 hours participatory CPD.
This event is fully booked. Call 02920546460 to be added to the waiting list.
CAREER PROGRESSION AND OPPORTUNITIES TO DEVELOP THE HCA ROLE
War artists have depicted the work of nurses in conflict zones since at least the Crimean War.
Take a walk along the spine of old Glasgow, from the medieval cathedral to the River Clyde.
Join RCN Norfolk branch as they hold a candlelit vigil to highlight our demands for the Government to "scrap the cap" on nursing pay.