Read the latest opinions from the RCN in Scotland
The WHO Year of the Nurse and Midwife provides us with an opportunity to celebrate what is great about the profession as well as looking at the changes we need to see, says Theresa Fyffe.
Nursing staff are under increasing amount of pressure at work. Stress, low pay and regularly having to work more than contracted hours means that their own wellbeing suffers. Eileen McKenna highlights why the RCN will be focusing on helping to keep staff safe in the coming year.
Nursing staff have until 17 January 2020 to nominate themselves for the RCNi awards. Margaret Sneddon tells us what the judges are looking for.
Nursing staff have until 17 January 2020 to nominate themselves for the RCNi awards. Margaret Sneddon says this is not a time to hide your light under a bushel.
As she prepares to chair the NHS Staff Wellbeing conference in Edinburgh today (19 November), Theresa Fyffe explains why it's time to take staff wellbeing seriously.
Theresa Fyffe highlights the importance of respecting the unique role of each profession within primary care multidisciplinary teams
As members prepare to join the Pride event in Dundee in the coming week, Margaret MacRae from RCN Highland Branch reflects on how important it is to celebrate diversity.
“The passing of the Act is only the first step in ensuring staffing for safe and effective care”
As the complexity of residents’ clinical need increases, the skills, competencies and availability of registered nurses within our care homes is becoming ever more important says Eileen McKenna, RCN Scotland’s Associate Director for Professional Practice.
Despite our leading dementia strategies, not everyone with dementia gets access to the nursing care they need, says Professor Debbie Tolson.
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