Dame Donna Kinnair shares the latest on the COVID-19 vaccination programme, the impact of staffing shortages and how we’re supporting members through this unprecedented time.
This week, on 11 January we celebrated International Thank You Day which provides a chance to show appreciation to the people who make our lives better and happier.
RCN West Midland's Board Chair Mark Butler shares his thoughts on 2020, and his hopes for 2021.
Dame Donna Kinnair shares how the RCN is supporting members through the COVID-19 pandemic.
RCN has fought hard to make sure social care staff who are shielding do not lose out financially and, says Norman Provan, our efforts have not been in vain.
Changes to the COVID-19 vaccine roll out have understandably caused some concern and confusion and in this blog, we aim to explain the rationale for these changes.
I hope you had time to rest and relax over the festive period. Now its time to reflect...how much alcohol did you drink?
In years to come, when we look back on 2020 and the global pandemic that swept away so many lives and livelihoods, I wonder what lessons will have been learnt.
2020 started with such promise for nurses and nursing, we were planning to celebrate the work that we do in the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. The opportunity to show the world the way we as a profession contribute to everyone’s everyday life. It was planned to be a joyous showcase of how nursing contributes to the world.
So, we say goodbye and, for the majority of us, good riddance to 2020.