Since the NHS was born 70 years ago, it’s become increasingly easy to think about power as something that belongs in the hands of other people with leadership an activity done and controlled by those at the top of the organisational ladder.
Dame Donna Kinnair says the RCN’s Fund Our Future campaign is needed now more than ever.
If you’re approaching the end of your nurse training and starting to think about your first nursing role - the RCN Careers service have 3 tips to help you be job-ready.
Anne Corrin explains why all nursing staff need to be up to speed.
Dementia Clinical Nurse Specialist Caroline Ashton-Gough talks about her experience as a Delirium Champion
Dementia and Delirium Nurse Lauren Daughtrey talks about her experience as a Delirium Champion.
Our next exhibition will explore emotions in nursing and healthcare. We are asking RCN members to share ideas and experiences, which will inspire the research and planning of the exhibition.
It's not something most nurses think about but, says Gillian Knowles, award nominations can reaffirm why the work they do is so important.
Many nurses would argue that they don’t have time or even energy to discuss physical activity with their patients.
I would just like to introduce myself as I have now taken over as your Council member, representing the South West region. I am immensely proud and would like to thank you for putting your trust in me to serve you during the coming year. I would like to thank Vicky Brotherton for her hard work on Council over the last three years and I hope to continue her good work representing you all in the future.