RCN Northern Ireland
The RCN is the largest professional association and trade union for nurses, nursing assistants and nursing students. We campaign on issues of concern to nursing and patients, influencing health policies and promoting excellence in nursing practice on behalf of our members.
Nursing staff across Northern Ireland are being asked to share their experiences of working through the global pandemic. These stories, collected through the SenseMaker® tool will support the RCN in influencing decision-making and policy, and create an important record of nursing in Northern Ireland at this critical time. Please take the time to share your story. #SenseMaker
All members belong to an RCN branch. Branches work across the HSC, independent, private and voluntary sectors to deliver services to members and provide opportunities for members to participate in, shape and influence the work of the RCN.
If you are struggling financially directly, or indirectly, as a result of the Covid-19 virus, this page will give you some guidance on entitlements and support that may be available to you.
The Public Health Agency is keeping abreast of the changing situation around Covid-19 and is continuing to work with partners across the UK, as well as the health service in the Republic of Ireland and our local Health and Social care system.
If you require advice or support in the workplace, please see below.
Just click the link above to email us. If your enquiry is urgent or you need to speak to the advice team, you can call us on 0345 772 6100 at the following times:
8.30am-5pm weekdays9am-4pm weekends
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Page last updated - 01/03/2021