Mike Holden is a PhD candidate at the University of York. As part of a placement programme with White Rose College of Arts and Humanities, Mike has joined the RCN Events and Exhibitions team to support the research and planning of a new exhibition. In this interview, he talks about his research into anger and protest within nursing and its history.
RCN member Lorraine Tymon joins forces with Dying Matters to raise awareness about advance care planning.
Shortlisted for the RCNi Nurse Awards in the Cancer Research category, Ben Hood, a senior research nurse for Cancer Research UK based in Newcastle writes about his work to co-produce patient-friendly inclusive information resources for future clinical trials patients. The resources will help patients of all ages for whom there are no effective standard of care treatments remaining and who have therefore been offered the opportunity to participate in an early phase cancer research trial. Ben has led work on a booklet and mobile-accessible website, with plans for an app.
The RCN’s annual Congress took place in Liverpool from 19 to 23 May.
The History of Nursing Northern Ireland
Welcome to the summer edition of our member e-newsletter.
I have just returned from another fantastic Congress and it was wonderful to see it return to our region.
Why I became a forum committee member
Kayte Powell, RCN Student Information Officer, gives a Welsh perspective on the vital importance of the Fund Our Future campaign.
I was pleased to see the Eastern region so well represented at RCN Congress in Liverpool last month. I was sorry not to be able to be there myself, but was delighted to be able to follow proceedings online.