Janet Davies explains how RCN members can help shape the digital agenda.
Stewart Donnelly makes no apologies for reminding members to update their details on MyRCN. Here, he reminds us all why it is so important.
Upholding equality and diversity in the workplace is an important part of my role as an Officer. As a team we pour over the Workforce Race Equality Standards for our Trusts when they are published and use the data when we discuss workforce matters at a strategic level with the Trust.
Let’s harness the energy of Congress to transform the outlook for learning disability nursing.
In our latest blog for Care Homes week, Ellen Hudson explains why recruitment of more registered nurses into care homes is vital.
It’s been nearly five months since I became regional director of RCN South West and it’s been a bit like being in a whirlwind. While I’ve been a member of the RCN for years it’s become clear that I haven’t previously understood the organisational complexities and the breadth of work being undertaken at any one time in the RCN.
Last year’s Scrap the Cap and Close the Gap campaigns saw our members come out in large number to get their voices heard on the need for fair pay in the NHS.
The recent decisions by the majority of health care unions, including the RCN, to accept the Government’s proposed three-year NHS pay deal for England paves the way for NHS staff to start receiving more money in their pay packets from next month.
Continual professional development (CPD) is not an optional extra for nursing staff in care homes, says Alison Manners.
Nurses are again seen as the most trusted profession to tell the public the truth, according to findings published by the Social Research Institute.