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RCN publications cover a wide range of topics varying from clinical guidance to employment relations issues to advice on bullying. To reproduce RCN publications please complete the copyright request form and we’ll be in touch.

  • 15 Nov 2019

    Starting Injectable Treatments in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes 3rd Edition

    Publication Code : 007758

    This guidance has been developed as a resource for nurses and clinical staff working in general practice and community settings to effectively care for people living with type 2 diabetes, who are starting or using injectable treatments.   

  • 13 Nov 2019

    Promoting Menstrual Wellbeing

    Publication Code : 007 856

    Menstruation is both a physiological and psychological milestone in a woman’s life. This publication has been developed to help nurses break down the stigma that can be associated with what is a completely natural process. It is important to use appropriate and flexible communication methods to ensure information on the menstrual cycle is delivered in an accessible format for women. This publication has a supporting promotional flyer (007 857) and both resources are supported by Hologic’s Wear White Again campaign. 

  • 13 Nov 2019

    Menopause and Mental Health pocket cards

    Publication Code : 007 813

    The menopause is a key milestone in women’s lives. These cards have been developed to help nurses provide women with information on living well and how to positively manage the menopause.  

  • 13 Nov 2019

    Nursing Champion Sign-up Form and Selfie Board

    Publication Code : 007 953

    A sign-up form for MPs pledging to become advocates for the local nursing community, with a selfie board on the reverse to share images on social media.

  • 7 Nov 2019

    The RCN Manifesto (England)

    Publication Code : 007 943

    Our expectations for a new UK Government, at a time of unprecedented uncertainty and inequality, are explicit. Our England manifesto outlines five areas where we expect action including nursing workforce shortages, investment in services and education, immigration and pay.  

  • 7 Nov 2019

    The RCN Manifesto (Northern Ireland)

    Publication Code : 007 941

    Our expectations for a new UK Government, at a time of unprecedented uncertainty and inequality, are explicit. Our Northern Ireland manifesto outlines five areas where we expect action including nursing workforce shortages, investment in services and education, immigration and pay.    

  • 7 Nov 2019

    The RCN Manifesto (Scotland)

    Publication Code : 007 942

    Our expectations for a new UK Government, at a time of unprecedented uncertainty and inequality, are explicit. Our Scotland manifesto outlines five areas where we expect action including nursing workforce shortages, investment in services and education, immigration and pay.  

  • 7 Nov 2019

    The RCN Manifesto (Wales)

    Publication Code : 007 939

    Our expectations for a new UK Government, at a time of unprecedented uncertainty and inequality, are explicit. Our Wales manifesto outlines five areas where we expect action including nursing workforce shortages, investment in services and education, immigration and pay.  

  • 7 Nov 2019

    Commitment to Care of People living with Dementia

    Publication Code : 007 827

    This guidance sets out the five principles that form a shared commitment to improving care for people living with dementia and their families. The document is designed to be used in a wide range of health and social care settings and has included the most recent evidence and best practice. 

  • 7 Nov 2019

    Nursing Counts: Influencing your Prospective Parliamentary Candidates

    Publication Code : 008 019

    In the run up to the UK General Election on 12 December, it is important to engage with Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs), who could be elected as MPs. This guide includes information on how you can become involved in our General Election campaign, along with questions that you can ask PPCs, to make sure nursing is a top priority for the next UK Government.

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