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Take a guided walk to learn more about the role of Edinburgh's local women during the World Wars.
New RCN President Anne Marie Rafferty and Deputy President Yvonne Coghill are coming to Scotland
It’s really good to see an increase in the number of people considering nursing as a career. Scotland desperately needs more nurses if every patient is to receive safe and effective care now and in the years to come.
New report from Scottish Care shows scale of the nursing challenge facing Scotland's care services, says RCN Scotland.
MSPs unanimously backed the general principle of the Health and Care (Staffing) (Scotland) Bill following a debate in the Scottish Parliament yesterday (Thursday 6 December).
A new job description and pay banding for health visitors in Scotland has been agreed between the NHS employers and health trade unions.
Workforce data published today (Tuesday 4 December) shows that shortages of nursing staff continue to be a challenge across Scotland’s NHS.
Committee report endorses principle of draft Bill, but highlights some of the complexities and challenges around the legislation.
RCN members across Scotland will be able to follow the hustings for election to the Scotland seat on RCN Council live on Monday 19 November via the RCN website.
New report published today (15 November) highlights how collaboration is improving outcomes for patients but concerns remain around planning and funding for integrated health and social care services, says RCN Scotland.
RCN student nurse and newly qualified nurse members assembled in Edinburgh at the end October to look back at 50 years of student membership at the College and look forward to new ways of being involved.
Increase in student nurse numbers is much needed as demand on services and vacancy rates for staff continue to rise, says RCN Scotland.