8 Apr 2022
RCN Wales has published a paper, Learning Disability Nursing, highlighting the important role of the learning disability nurse in supporting people with learning disabilities.
7 Mar 2022
Recruitment and Retention at the Centre of Royal College of Nursing Wales Evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body
There must be an increased investment in nursing care in Wales and this includes a substantive pay increase which will help keep nurses in the profession.
7 Mar 2022
RCN Wales has given written evidence to the NHS Pay Review Body (PRB) stressing the need for a substantial pay rise for our members.
23 Feb 2022
The aim of the project is to promote the importance of the ward manager role. The project output will include a short film premiere with a follow-up discussion alongside the publication of the ward manager policy report entitled ‘The Importance of Being Supernumerary.’
16 Feb 2022
There will be a new pension contribution structure for NHS staff in England and Wales from 1 October.
14 Dec 2021
The Royal College of Nursing Wales responds to First Minister’s COVID-19 booster programme statement
"If the Welsh Government want the speed up the delivery of the vaccination programme they have to take every step needed to slow the spread to ensure that services, staff and the public are protected."
6 Dec 2021
"It is disheartening that the Welsh Government did not increase the spending on post registration education and particularly the numbers of commissioned places for district nurses in Wales."
2 Dec 2021
Eligible RCN members have voted on what action they’d be willing to take in our fight for fair pay
1 Dec 2021
The Royal College of Nursing Wales responds to the expansion of the Covid-19 booster programme in Wales
RCN Wales Associate Director of Nursing (Employment Relations) Nicky Hughes said: “The accelerated vaccine plan recommended by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation is very ambitions but essential for Wales."
23 Nov 2021
Nursing under pressure - Figures reveal that every week nurses give the Welsh NHS an additional 34,284 hours in overtime
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