Dame Donna Kinnair updates members on her demands to the UK Government ahead of the Budget.
Today (25 February) RCN Scotland launches Protect the Future of Nursing - our campaign for the Scottish election 2021. Susan Aitkenhead explains why, now more than ever, action is needed.
One unexpected consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been to highlight deep, structural and systemic inequalities in our society. The stark fact is that black, Asian and minority ethnic people are more likely to suffer serious health consequences and die from this new virus.
Hear from Josh about some of the great work reps are doing in the capital, and how you can get involved.
The history of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in the UK is generating many discussions at the moment in the media and raising public awareness of HIV in a way not seen for many years. Nurses have always played a key role in the care and treatment of people living with HIV from the early days of the pandemic to present day.
In current times, we have to embrace technology in a way we have not seen before. For teaching and learning there are many exciting things happening where to keep up to date we must use platforms, apps and social media- one area in GI Nursing where this is happening is the development of virtual conferences and forums.
I am always interested to know about other people’s lives so thought I would start by telling you about mine.
Nicky Hughes, Associate Director of Nursing (Employment Relations), RCN Wales, talks about the RCN Valuing Nursing Week, which runs from 15 - 19 February 2021
Up to 50 people can benefit from tissue donated from 1 donor, but despite the amazing benefits that tissue donation can bring and the comfort that donation can give to bereaved families, it is a subject that many health care professionals know little about.
Dianne Yarwood talks about the London and South East History of Nursing Group and how you can join.