RCN Wales responds to launch of Welsh Government consultation on extending the second duty of the Nurse Staffing Levels (Wales) Act 2016 to paediatric inpatient wards.
RCN Wales is concerned by the lack of testing for COVID-19 available for health and care staff, patients and the public, and has called for a review into the current process of testing.
RCN Wales responds to Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) report of analysis of its COVID-19 temporary register.
Economic inequality produces wide disparities in health risk, access to health care and clinical outcomes. In the first debate of RCN2020, delegates with an interest in global nursing will look at the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on health and communities, how it has highlighted inequalities and how health care professionals can respond.
Q&A with George Cade, nursing student and RCN UK Students Committee member for Wales
New campaign calls for 12.5% pay rise for NHS nursing staff in all four UK countries.
Rachael Labourne is a nurse, midwife and health visitor. She has worked in the NHS for 30 years. She talked to RCN Wales about who inspires her, being a triple registrant and her future dream job.
RCN Wales responds to the announcement made by Welsh Government on 9 July that schools will fully reopen in September
RCN Wales responds to the publication of a new report by the NMC on its annual registration data between April 2019 to March 2020
Abigail Katsande is Head of Nursing at Linc Cymru, a Housing Association and Care Provider. She talked to RCN Wales about working in the independent sector, the differences between nursing in her home country of Zimbabwe and the UK, and what she is most passionate about in nursing.
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