Three nurses from the South East region have won the inaugural South East RCN Black History Month ‘Making a Difference Award’.
The Royal College Of Nursing have launched their own mini-manifesto on the health and nursing issues members would like candidates to address.
The region is getting ready to celebrate Black History Month in October and we need you to nominate someone you know who has made a real difference in the delivery of healthcare.
A student nurse from Canterbury has been commended for her work as a student ambassador for the Royal College of Nursing.
An in depth look at the importance of creating a BAME network in the South East region.
Too many staff in care homes in the South East are not adequately protected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Royal College Of Nursing in the South East has seen the number of members contacting them for advice skyrocket in recent days.
The Royal College Of Nursing has expressed anger that the pay negotiations on Wednesday [18 March] broke down following a positive start at the end of February.
The RCN on Guernsey has sought to reassure members and the public that no industrial action will be held whilst the Covid-19/coronavirus outbreak is present.
Members of the Royal College of Nursing have voted to go on strike, although will not yet set a date whilst talks remain positive.
Page last updated - 03/08/2019