The latest nursing news and RCN events
The RCN welcomes the announcement but will continue to fight for the law to cover more health care settings.
Nursing staff remain determined to secure safe staffing and pay equality.
The RCN has written to political party leaders demanding urgent funding for England’s nursing students in the first budget of the next government.
The RCN in Guernsey has called time on nursing pay talks and will reluctantly ballot members on the States’ updated offer before Christmas.
Visit this exhibition for free at the RCN Library and Heritage Centre from 17 October 2019 until 20 March 2020. It will then go on display at RCN Scotland, Edinburgh, from Spring 2020.
This exhibition and event series explores the shift from institutional to home care over two centuries of older people’s nursing, from the workhouse and asylums of the Victorian era to the hospital and care home and beyond.
Learn about the Peer Support Service and its work to remove disabling barriers for health care professionals with lived experience of disability issues.
An update on the Staffing for Safe and Effective Care campaign by the South East collaborative, including reviewing achievements over the last year, and plans for the year ahead.
AGM open to all Western Isles Branch members
When you retire, it doesn’t have to mean the end of your involvement with nursing. All retired RCN members are welcome to attend this group.
Find out how RCN Scotland Library and Information Services can help you
Developing practice in orthopaedics and fracture trauma
Come and meet the executive team of the RCN Greater Bristol Branch and discuss any issues or concerns you may have.
Branch meeting open to all RCN members in Greater Glasgow. Come along to find out what's happening locally and nationally, and help shape the agenda.