Rose Gallagher MBE explores the important role of nursing in infection control, especially during COVID-19, at the end of International Infection Prevention Week
Launch of the RCN Career Framework for Stroke Nurses. A new web-tool that is intended to guide the stroke nursing workforce and professional development in supporting stroke services and delivery models.
Below is text from Donna Kinnair’s column in The Times Red Box on Monday 19 October, which first appeared under the headline ‘Spending millions on consultants makes a mockery of nurses’ pay’
As cases of COVID-19 rise, and we face increased pressures in our work, and restrictions in our lives, it is good to remember in this international Year of the Nurse and the Midwife the amazing work being done by nurses across every sector of our health and care system.
Vaccination is an essential, primarily nurse led, service. Maintaining safety is always fundamental to all clinical services and there has been considerable discussion nationally around how nursing staff can deliver vaccinations safely.
Dame Donna Kinnair explains why nursing is still undervalued, even during this pandemic
I’ve recently been elected to the South West seat on the RCN Students Committee. I was really excited when I heard that I’d won. It feels good to have this opportunity.
The last several weeks has been a busy time for RCN Council. With the Issues over the presidential election and subsequent calls for an EGM we have had several more meetings than we would normally have had.
The impact of nurses in the commercial airline industry, as affected by COVID-19.
My health care journey started ten years ago, however I started my nurse training in 2018.