Join the online Q&A with Dame Donna Kinnair on how the RCN is working to get nursing staff an early and meaningful pay rise.
Throughout September, we'll be running a variety of virtual online sessions for universities across Scotland to let students know the benefits of becoming a member of the RCN.
We are delivering a range of We Care online education sessions for healthcare support workers and care assistants, sponsored by Liverpool Victoria.
Ahead of today’s Scottish Government debate on migration and care workers, the Royal College of Nursing Scotland is calling for the vital role of care professionals to be recognised and for social care staff to be included in the UK government’s Health and Care visa.
Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland Director, Theresa Fyffe, will today give evidence to Westminster’s Scottish Affairs Committee on the experiences of staff working in health and social care in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dave Dawes and Carol Popplestone have been elected to the key leadership roles.
The Royal College of Nursing welcomes the announcement of funding to support the mental health and wellbeing of health and social care staff in the Scottish Government’s programme for Government.
We are now welcoming nominations for places on RCN Scotland’s board for terms of office starting on 1 January 2021.
New campaign calls for 12.5% pay rise for NHS nursing staff in all four UK countries
The RCN’s governing Council will meet on Wednesday to determine the process and timeline for electing a new chair and vice chair.
Pressures faced by nursing staff amid the pandemic revealed, showing nursing 'in a light never seen before'.
Elections have been paused after two candidates were disqualified.
Our Annual General Meeting offered members the chance to put questions to elected members and staff.