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Nursing is a tremendously rewarding career. Giving care is always challenging – that’s why it’s so important to take a moment or two to recognise and celebrate good nursing care.
Our members told us their key nursing priorities for politicians in Wales to take action on. See what we are doing to help ensure our Welsh Government gives nurses the time to care.Find out more
All members belong to an RCN branch. Branches work across the NHS, independent and third sectors to deliver services to members and provide opportunities for members to participate in, shape and influence the work of the RCN.Find out more
Role descriptors in primary and community care nursing, 2017 has been developed to help inform discussions with key stakeholders, and the development of the emerging model for primary care, and provides the basis for considering the development of new and existing roles within primary and community nursing'.
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