Keeping you informed as an RCN member
The RCN’s 50th Congress gets underway on 13 May and it couldn’t come at a more exciting time. With the results of the RCN pay poll on industrial action due and a general election on the horizon, the College needs to hear the opinions of its members more than ever, it is reported in this issue of Activate.
In this issue of RCN Students we celebrate inspiring mentors ahead of Nurses’ Day. There are also articles on career options and caring for trans patients.
Check out this month’s RCN Bulletin for articles about the RCN’s general election manifesto, Nurses’ Day and how to shape the RCN’s response to the NHS pay cap.
In this issue of Activate it is reported that reps will lead the way and encourage members to make their views known in a new pay poll.
This issue of the RCN History of Nursing Society newsletter includes articles on projects undertaken by Monica Baly Bursary recipients and an initiative to get more women on Wikipedia, as well as the regular round-up and book reviews.
This issue of RCN Bulletin includes articles on pay, the work of RCN reps, Congress, patient suicide and genomics.
In this issue of Activate it is reported that the Chancellor missed an opportunity in the Budget to give the NHS the level of investment it needs, just days after members joined thousands of people marching through London protesting about NHS cuts.
This issue of RCN Health+Care includes articles on nursing associates and where they fit in the health care support workforce, workplace bullying and tips on continence care.
This issue of RCN Bulletin includes articles on learning disability nursing, sustainability and transformation plans (STPs), and increasing the number of women’s profiles on Wikipedia.
In this issue of Activate the RCN is urging reps to keep up the pressure on politicians following the successful parliamentary lobby and debate on nursing pay.