Support is growing for the RCN's campaign to #FundOurFuture nurses.
Hitting migrant health care workers with this punitive charge is quite simply the wrong thing to do, says Cecilia Anim.
The RCN has secured a commitment by the Home Office that, whatever happens with Brexit, settled status will be honoured.
This week marks Scotland’s Digital Health and Social Care week – highlighting the digital health and social care landscape. Digital technology is already transforming the way nursing care is delivered. It's vitally important that all nursing staff are equipped to lead this change, writes Sian Kiely.
The deadline is fast approaching for you to have your say on fair pay for Northern Ireland nurses.
Kim Sunley, RCN National Officer, explains why organisations should pay attention to shift pattern design and flexible working opportunities.
I recently attended the RCN Flight Nursing Workshop, Fit to Fly: Complex Care in the Air: a skillfully constructed programme from the RCN Critical Care and Flight Nursing Forum
According to information published by the Department of Health, the Health and Social Care service in Northern Ireland spent a total of £69 million in deploying agency staff during 2012-2013. By 2017-2018, this figure had risen to £156 million. Around £32 million of this was spent on agency nursing and midwifery.
Candidates at the South East Council hustings event on 19 November were asked to read an opening statement. Graeme Stokes was unable to attend in person so has submitted the following:
Candidates at the South East Council hustings event on 19 November were asked to read an opening statement. Here is the statement from Jeremy Benton: