As the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, 2020 offers us all is an exciting opportunity to celebrate our profession across the world. At the RCN, we will use this year to highlight the many achievements of nursing – and the very real challenges we face.
Christmas is undoubtedly a time for reflection and there's a lot to look back on this year.
400 years ago, John Donne famously wrote “No man is an island”, and I believe this phrase has more relevance today than ever. Just as all our lives are interconnected and entwined, the health and wellbeing of our nation is entirely embedded in every decision a future government will make.
Dame Donna Kinnair continues to influence and drive nursing policy and practice at a European level.
Dame Donna Kinnair reflects on the invaluable and lasting contribution the Windrush generation has made to the NHS.
Dame Donna Kinnair reflects on the RCN's work ahead as she takes up her new post as permanent RCN Chief Executive and General Secretary.
Acting Chief Executive & General Secretary Dame Donna Kinnair considers what accountability means for our safe staffing campaigns.
The time for change is now says Professor Dame Donna Kinnair.
Dame Professor Donna Kinnair reflects on nursing associates joining the NMC register.
Dame Donna Kinnair says the RCN’s Fund Our Future campaign is needed now more than ever.