The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in the North West has welcomed today’s announcement that 12 of its hospital Trusts will trial the new application process for the EU Settlement Scheme.
As part of the region’s #NHS70 celebrations, we have been talking to former NHS nurses about their memories…
The North of England has over 8000 nursing vacancies despite ‘struggling’ NHS Trusts fighting to meet increased patient demand.
RCN North West Regional Director Estephanie Dunn has paid tribute to those affected by the Manchester Arena attack on the first anniversary.
An ‘un-sung hero’ nurse from Altrincham who was held captive by German soldiers during the First World War is set to be commemorated with a blue plaque, it has been revealed today.
Support for RCN members at Alder Hey Children's Hospital
The Royal College of Nursing in the North West has expressed concerns that bullying and harassment incidents are potentially going unreported and that staff are going unsupported. Feedback in the national NHS staff survey highlights an increase in the number of staff, many of which will be nursing and healthcare staff, have felt bullied or harassed in the workplace. This increase, does not reflect the number of cases reported to the Royal College of Nursing over the past 12 months, with little increase in the number of cases compared to the previous year.
RCN North West is offering a helping hand to members who want to attend Congress 2018 in Belfast.
More than 100 RCN members attended the Regional Conference entitled 'Nursing and Resilience Under Pressure' on November 28 in Warrington.
Like every other country and region, we have enthusiastically become involved in the #scrapthecap campaign.
Page last updated - 13/06/2018