Looking back at the Library and Archive Team’s recent recognition as Team of the Year in the RCN Staff Awards, Janan Nuri reflects on the past year’s successes.
Christmas is the time of year where people start to wind down, take time off work to spend with their families and simply relax. But for those working in the NHS and independent sector, winter is often not a time for rest and relaxation. A&Es are busier than ever, hospital wards packed with patients and nursing homes under pressure to help relieve challenges in hospitals by taking in those who are taking up precious beds.
Janet Davies urges nursing staff to recognise their power and influence.
I would like to wish everyone a very happy and peaceful Christmas on behalf of us all at the Royal College of Nursing in Wales.
Could you be Nurse of the Year 2018? Venetia Wynter-Blyth, winner of the RCNi Nurse of the Year award in 2016, explains why it might just be worth nominating yourself or a colleague for next year's awards.
Sophia Barrett says there's good news for EU nurses who are needed and wanted in the UK.
Janice Smyth explains why nurse staffing for safe and effective care should be a priority for everyone.
Thank you all for your hard work this year. It really has been an outstanding year in terms of what we have achieved. We couldn’t have done this without the support of all of our wonderful active members on the ground. To each and every one of you: thank you.
The RCN’s Associate Director of Employment Relations explains how any changes to NHS pay structures will be achieved.