Not because of the 13 hour days. The night shifts and the weekends.
Some call her the African Florence Nightingale. Discover the journey Kofoworola Abeni Pratt took to change the face of nursing in Nigeria.
Patricia Marquis reminds us that the RCN’s Fund Our Future campaign is needed now more than ever.
Catherine Gamble, Professional Lead for Mental Health, reflects on learnings from our parity of esteem campaign.
The RCN in Northern Ireland has today launched a ballot of members working within the HSC, asking whether you are prepared to take industrial action, including strike action, in support of safe and effective care in Northern Ireland.
RCN London Regional Director Jude Diggins writes about the launch of the RCN's #MakeParityReality campaign all about promoting the issue of mental health.
This blog post has been written to publicise to members a new resource developed by the RCN Diabetes forum, to broaden your understanding of injectable therapies for people with type 2 diabetes.
The 15-20 year mortality gap for those with serious mental health needs is shocking and a powerful reminder of the importance of working to place mental and physical health on an equal footing in our health services. We know that to deliver this, nurses need enough resources and time to support both a person’s physical health and mental health as part of their day to day work.
I went to Ghana as the opportunity for an overseas insight placement was offered by my university, Anglia Ruskin, and was organised by Work the World. I spent three weeks in Takoradi to develop my knowledge and understanding of international health care provision and experience nursing in a completely different environment.
We are undefeatable: Inspiring and supporting people with long-term health conditions to get active.