Keeping you informed as an RCN member
In this issue, nurse Eva Omondi explains how her crusade to challenge the immigration health surcharge resulted in a government promise to scrap the unfair fee for health care staff and Jess Sainsbury shares how the RCN Students Committee has been supporting student members during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can also meet our RCN Awards winners and learn how the RCN Trade Union Committee will be supporting members to lead the fight for a meaningful pay rise this summer.
This issue of Bulletin includes a useful guide on the different between face mask fit tests and fit checks, resources for looking after your skin health, and the first-hand experiences of a matron on one of London's busiest COVID-19 units.
COVID-19 special issue covering features on your mental wellbeing, accountability and delegation, and remote learning.
Inside the spring/summer 2020 issue of Nursing History Now magazine we celebrate 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale. Discover the legacy she left and how she’s being remembered. Plus, we learn about the first men on the nursing register, discover new nursing history books, meet pioneering nurse activist Avis Hutt and reflect on the legacy of the RCN’s Connect project and its mission to improve BAME representation.
This issue of Bulletin includes important guidance on PPE, tips on using kindness to help protect your mental health, and a look at how the COVID-19 crisis has been affecting different nursing specialties so far.
This issue has a focus on COVID-19 with updates and advice, including guidance for RCN reps. It also includes stories from active members who, as well as caring for patients, are doing their best to support members in their workplace. Also in this issue, tips on self-care and advice on escalating concerns about personal protective equipment (PPE).
This issue has a special focus on COVID-19 and contains updates on how we’re fighting for things on your behalf, useful guidance on redeployment and advice on how to care for yourself in these challenging and stressful times.
In this issue of RCN Bulletin, read about our survey of emergency nursing staff in England which reveals the difficulties of providing care to patients in cramped and unsuitable locations. Also in this issue we look coronavirus, screening for TB on the streets and how to shine in job interviews.
This issue of RCN Health+Care includes articles on inclusive workplaces, restoring self-esteem, menopause, the demands of diabetes, careers, appropriate workplace language and taking strike action in Northern Ireland,
In this issue of RCN Bulletin, read how members' historic strike action in Northern Ireland has led to an offer to restore pay parity and improve nurse staffing levels. Also in this issue, RCN careers coach Julie Watkins shares her top tips on how to get a job interview and, as our new exhibition A History of Emotions in Nursing opens, we ask what makes the perfect nurse?