RCN Wales believes the decision made by Bangor University to reduce the number of Learning Disability lecturing staff at its School of Health Sciences department will have a devastating effect on Learning Disability (LD) students and patient care across North Wales.
The Royal College of Nursing Wales is pleased to announce the official launch of the RCN in Wales Nurse of the Year Awards 2019 at The Beacon, Dafen, Llanelli.
RCN Wales Responds to Endoscopy Report
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in Wales held its 8th annual Nurse Leadership Summit at Cardiff City Stadium on March 27th 2019.
RCN Wales responds to introductory Bill on banning smacking
The Royal College of Nursing Wales gave oral evidence to the Health, Social Care and Sports Committee on community nursing.
The recent meeting of the Cross-Party Assembly Group on Nursing, chaired by David Rees AM, focused on ‘Nursing in Care Homes: Views from the Frontline.’
Free sanitary products to be offered to patients in NHS Wales
The Royal College of Nursing in Wales is pleased to announce the appointment of Helen Whyley as the new Director RCN Wales with immediate effect.
Helen Whyley, Interim Director, Royal College of Nursing Wales, said: “The research shows that delivery of high quality patient care depends on the skills and experience of registered nurses. Wales’s ageing population and chronic disease rate makes it more dependent upon healthcare. What is evident from this report is that the demand for registered nurses has not diminished and the reliance agency staff has increased.
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