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  • Lindsay Cardwell Lindsay Cardwell 22 Feb 2017

    Bridging the gap

    Assistant Practitioner Lindsay Cardwell looks at how her role fits with trainee nursing associates.

  • Sexual health Cecilia Anim Cecilia Anim CBE 22 Feb 2017

    Shining a light on sexual health nursing

    Awareness of sexual health has never been greater, thanks to the work of frontline nursing staff.

  • Jess Davidson Jess Davidson 21 Feb 2017

    The rise of prison suicides in England and Wales

    The first response I had to the news that prison suicides are the highest since records began in 1978 is deep sorrow for those who committed suicide and for the 119 families grieving a loved one under these most difficult of circumstances.

  • Doreen Crawford Doreen Crawford 17 Feb 2017

    Crisis, confusion and change

    Many years ago I remember reading about how confused the public were about children’s nurse uniforms and nursing titles.

  • Library and archive services Library and archive services 10 Feb 2017

    Customer service excellence in the library and archive services

    This year we’ve decided to prove we pride ourselves on excellent customer service by applying for the externally assessed Customer Service Excellence Standard (CSE). 

  • Fiona Stephenson Fiona Stephenson 10 Feb 2017

    Beyond my wildest dreams

    Fiona Stephenson describes her reaction to receiving an RCN Fellowship.

  • Digital repository Elisabeth Thurlow Elisabeth Thurlow 7 Feb 2017

    Capturing our future memories in the digital age

    In 2016 we enjoyed celebrating our centenary, but as Janet Davies said we must also look towards what we can achieve in the next 100 years.

  • Roy Tomlinson Roy Tomlinson 3 Feb 2017

    A chance to recognise your peers

    The Award of Merit is given in acknowledgment of voluntary service to the RCN – do you know someone deserving?

  • BJ Waltho BJ Waltho BJ Waltho 3 Feb 2017

    RCN Congress: Something for everyone

    Attending Congress will help you be a better nurse, says BJ Waltho, Vice Chair of RCN Congress.

  • Kathryn Davies speaking at Congress Kathryn Davies Kathryn Davies 2 Feb 2017

    Nursing students deserve answers

    The drop in nursing applicants in England shows how important it is that the Government explain key information about changes to student funding, says Kathryn Davies.