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Our new survey asks members to share their expectations for the future to shape how the RCN will fight for the profession going forward.
Nursing staff, no matter where they work, should receive full pay if they become sick, need to self-isolate or shield throughout the pandemic.
Nursing staff with underlying health conditions could have no choice but return to work because of sub-par sick pay.
More than a third of nursing staff (34%) say they’re still under pressure to care for patients with possible or confirmed COVID-19 without adequate personal protective equipment (PPE).
The guidelines aim to ensure the NHS can continue to operate a safety-first approach as lockdown restrictions ease.
Failure to track infection among staff is damaging ministers’ ability to make safe decisions, says RCN in open letter.
Public asked to celebrate nursing staff as they go above and beyond during global pandemic.
Regular testing of health and care workers and the people they are caring for, even if they have no symptoms, is needed, says RCN Scotland.
Clear strategy needed to protect care home residents from COVID-19 spread, says RCN.
"Today’s figures again show the devastating impact this virus is having on the most vulnerable in our communities, with a third of all deaths involving COVID-19 occurring in care homes."