Nursing staff don't have enough time to provide the care they would like and feel they are under too much pressure at work, according to the results of a new survey by the RCN.
Fascinating aspects of the history of older people’s health care are being explored in a new exhibition at the Royal College of Nursing Scotland (RCN) in Edinburgh.
Round up of our RCN Scotland Student and NQN Conference 2019 - Future Nurse, Future Leader
“The Scottish Government must do more to work with boards to speed up integration, address the financial challenges and create a positive working environment for staff across health and social care,” says RCN Scotland.
More must be done to improve resources in communities to make sure damaging delays to people's discharge from hospital are avoided, says RCN Scotland.
Find out who’s been elected to represent you on the RCN’s governing Council.
‘Power to the Womb‘an’ event is an afternoon of world café discussions on women’s health, busting myths and sharing experiences on Scotland’s progress to being a period positive nation.
RCN Scotland comment on latest delayed discharges in NHS Scotland.
Patient safety is the top priority, yet it is frustrating that such significant additional costs are required to remedy the problems identified, says RCN Scotland.
The RCN insists action is needed now to fill the increasing gaps in the nursing workforce.
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