RCN Northern Ireland Board member, Briege Quinn, tell us what being part of the RCN Northern Ireland Board means to her.
The annual cost of unscheduled care for homeless patients is eight times that of the housed population, and homeless patients are over-represented among frequent attenders in A&E.
Nursing has a lot to thank Florence Nightingale for but perhaps her assertion that every woman is a nurse and that this comes naturally to them (Nightingale, 1860) has had a long-term unintended consequence.
Stewart Donnelly thanks those who gave their views and commits to continuing the fight for fair pay.
An update on new claims delays due to payroll software issues at NHS Pensions.
Writer Helen Bynum, author of Spitting Blood: The History of Tuberculosis, explores the places, politics and practices of nursing TB patients.
RCN Northern Ireland Board Chair, Fiona Devlin, shares her experience of being part of the RCN Northern Ireland Board
Dawne Garrett, RCN Professional Lead for Older People and Dementia Care, talks about how new guidance published by the RCN on behalf of Royal Colleges and professional bodies is aiming to improve the safeguarding of adults.
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Why, despite all the incredible work, the everyday kindness, the skill and the knowledge, are we too often silent about just how amazing and how utterly remarkable a career in nursing is? It’s a question that has been bouncing around my head for a while.