Exhibition celebrating the contributions of some of the people whose work and lives have too often been overlooked.
The number of men in nursing remains low, with less than 10% of applicants to nursing courses men.
Not enough staff to provide safe and effective care for all who need it, says RCN Scotland.
The Royal College of Nursing is celebrating being one of the top 5 best companies to work for in Scotland.
New Scottish Government Bill on safe staffing shows ambition to getting staffing right for health and care but more work still to be done, says RCN Scotland.
Results of new poll on behalf of RCN highlights level of concern public has over staffing levels, as RCN publishes new report on safe staffing.
Jess Davidson, a Senior Clinical Forensic Charge Nurse has received the RCN’s top honour in recognition of her superbly innovative and compassionate practice.
On International Nurses’ Day (12 May) RCN Scotland is calling for health care support workers' voices to be heard as part of the government’s conversation on wider workforce planning.
Funding for general practice nurse and district nurse education is a 'move in the right direction', says RCN Scotland in comment on new primary care workforce plan.
RCN launching a new exhibition to celebrate the diversity of the nursing workforce.
RCN members working in the NHS in Scotland will be consulted on a pay deal once negotiations with Scottish Government are concluded, RCN Scotland Board decided today (20 April).
Figures published by UCAS today have shown that the number of applicants for nursing courses in Scotland has remained consistent over recent years despite significant drops in the numbers applying for course in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.