RCN responds to general election outcome.
RCN urges all parties seeking to form the next government to make an explicit commitment to rescind the current Immigration Health Surcharge for nursing staff.
Nursing staff remain determined to secure safe staffing and pay equality.
The RCN welcomes the announcement but will continue to fight for the law to cover more health care settings.
The RCN has written to political party leaders demanding urgent funding for England’s nursing students in the first budget of the next government.
Nursing staff will work to rule on the first day of an escalating programme of industrial action in the ongoing dispute over safe staffing and pay.
The RCN in Guernsey has called time on nursing pay talks and will reluctantly ballot members on the States’ updated offer before Christmas.
RCN warns politicians must take action to end the nursing workforce crisis as survey shows vacancies are compromising care.
Members report being unable to provide the care they want to as one in eight nurse jobs is unfilled.
Wales staffing act must be extended to all settings where NHS Wales commissions or provides nursing care.