Like many STPs, Gloucestershire has made reference to an accountable care organisation approach and we are awaiting further details.
RCN Northern Ireland Board Chair Fiona Devlin welcomes the government's announcement but says the campaign for fair pay for Northern Ireland nurses will continue
The Library and Heritage Centre is open to RCN members and the public almost every Saturday of the year. Here’s a first-person account of what it is like to work there.
You may have heard that Jeremy Hunt announced in the House of Commons on 10 October that the cap on NHS pay has been scrapped. This is brilliant news for all our members, many of who have worked so hard over the summer months campaigning on this issue.
The third week in October is now a well-established global event to support awareness of the importance of preventing infection.
Hunt’s announcement that the pay cap is scrapped shows the UK Government is listening, but there is still work to do.
Angela recently gained her Advanced Level Nurse Practitioner Credential. Here, she shares her experience.
The aim of the STP programme is to ‘bring local health and care leaders, organisations and communities together to develop and implement plans for their localities to with the aspiration to improve population health and organise care delivery in a way that avoids gaps and overlaps in provision.
On World Mental Health Day, an RCN member explains why depression is both the worst and best thing that has happened to her.
When is an STP not an STP? When you call it a success regime!