Health Secretary promises new wellbeing initiatives for NHS staff – but government must address causes of mental health issues
Members come together to share ideas on how to secure a new law.
Patients are paying the price for the lack of staff and overcrowding in A&E departments.
Social media companies should have a legal duty of care to safeguard children.
Despite a small increase on last year, the latest figures from UCAS show nursing degree applications in England have fallen by 13,000 since 2016.
Nursing staff will shape every aspect of the RCN’s campaign for legislation in England.
Prostitution, child poverty and loneliness among the debates on this year’s agenda.
Nursing staff can now access updated guidance on keeping children and young people safe and recognising those at risk of harm.
The RCN welcomes regulation of the valuable support role but warns nursing associates should not be used as substitutes for registered nurses.
In a historic move, the RCN has unanimously agreed its Jersey Branch can ballot members on taking strike action.