Read the latest opinions from the RCN in Scotland
District nursing teams, advanced nurse practitioners and practice nurses are essential to the success of primary care services, says Theresa Fyffe.
Drew McDonald says winning the RCNi Child Health award in 2017 boosted his confidence and clinical practice. Why not follow in his footsteps and nominate yourself or someone else for this year's awards.
Have you updated your details with the RCN recently? if you're a member and you haven't yet, Stewart Donnelly says it's vital that you do.
The new GP contract raises questions about the make-up of the rest of the primary care workforce. Theresa Fyffe, RCN Scotland Director, asks, 'Will the Scottish government take the opportunity to develop a primary care workforce fit for the future?'
The RCN's current free exhibition ‘For Queen and Country: Nursing, Trauma and War’ provides an opportunity to look back at the role nurses have played during times of conflict.
Could you be Nurse of the Year 2018? Venetia Wynter-Blyth, winner of the RCNi Nurse of the Year award in 2016, explains why it might just be worth nominating yourself or a colleague for next year's awards.
This week marks Digital Health and Care week in Scotland and seems the perfect time to highlight why the effective use of digital technologies is a key enabler in delivering health and social care now and in the future.
Theresa Fyffe, RCN Scotland Director, explains why she and three colleagues will be sleeping out to raise money for charity Social Bite and bring attention to the problems facing the fast-growing number of homeless people in Scotland.