RCN members working in social care who had to shield are being urged to look at the Social Care Support Fund for financial help.
We've joined other NHS unions to demand the PM intervene personally to give staff a wage increase before April.
Public Health England must urgently review whether current PPE and ventilation guidance is still adequate.
Final year nursing students may once more be invited to support the response to the COVID-19 pandemic through undertaking paid placements.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) will invite two new groups of overseas-trained nurses to support the UK’s response to the pandemic.
Members' dedication and professionalism is acknowledged following an unprecedented year.
Health and care staff must be considered a priority to receive the vaccine, alongside people who are clinically vulnerable.
Susan Aitkenhead joins the Royal College of Nursing next month from her current role as Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England.
The global pandemic has brought into sharp focus many of the issues facing Scotland’s nursing workforce. Issues that the Royal College of Nursing has been highlighting for years.
One-off payment does not address years of pay restraint and increasing demands on nursing staff.
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