Read the latest opinions from the RCN in Scotland
In our latest blog for Care Homes week, Ellen Hudson explains why recruitment of more registered nurses into care homes is vital.
Continual professional development (CPD) is not an optional extra for nursing staff in care homes, says Alison Manners.
At the start of Care Homes week, find out why just how rewarding a career nurses can have working in a care home. Cheryl Henderson recounts her experience.
As the RCN’s consultation on a pay offer for NHS staff in England closes and the result is awaited Norman Provan gives an update on negotiations on NHS pay in Scotland.
RCN Scotland are profiling and giving health care support workers (HCSWs) a voice in our We Care campaign. Matthew McDowall, Quality Improvement Assistant, at Erskine Care Home gives an insight into his role and explains why it’s important HCSWs’ views are heard.
RCN members need to help each other to understand the detail of a deal for NHS staff in Scotland when it comes, so our collective voice can be heard, says Alistair Grant.
District nurses are the face of the NHS in our communities. More investment and resources are vital to making sure they can fulfill their pivotal role, says Theresa Fyffe.
Stewart Donnelly explains why RCN Scotland Board have taken the decision to consult members in Scotland separately on NHS pay.
Theresa Fyffe gives an update on the latest position on consulting RCN members about an NHS pay deal in Scotland.
It’s almost two years since First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon MSP addressed RCN Congress in Glasgow and promised to enshrine safe staffing in law.