Representing nurses, health care support workers, nursing students and midwives across Scotland
Ahead of today’s Scottish Government debate on migration and care workers, the Royal College of Nursing Scotland is calling for the vital role of care professionals to be recognised and for social care staff to be included in the UK government’s Health and Care visa.
Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland Director, Theresa Fyffe, will today give evidence to Westminster’s Scottish Affairs Committee on the experiences of staff working in health and social care in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The RCN is committed to supporting our members who work in care homes.
We've developed a set of information and resources to assist you in providing high quality care to residents.
Due to ongoing developments related to COVID-19 pandemic, as a precaution, RCN Scotland offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow (including the RCN learning hub) are closed until further notice. Please note that whilst these offices have closed, the RCN remains open for business as usual, with services from the closed offices and libraries continuing remotely.
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Follow a resident’s care home journey through from pre-admission to end of life, or to simply access individual sec… https://t.co/NxSjQWCSf1
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New nursing students – you’ll be writing your first essay in the next couple of months. Use our easy RCN Library Se… https://t.co/Scl8iFjfNq
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The RCN Group is committed to supporting members in their education and career development and how we support your… https://t.co/P4P6qVcqoR
Page last updated - 28/08/2020