The RCN’s West Midlands Regional Director Mike Adams was today honoured as Birmingham City University’s Alumnus of the Year for 2019.
Doubling the charge that nurses from overseas have to pay to be allowed to use the NHS as patients is unjust and risks worsening the current shortage of nursing staff in the West Midlands.
More than 100 delegates attended our popular annual Black History Month conference in October, held this year at the home of West Bromwich Albion FC. Watch our film of the highlights.
Nurses in Birmingham are spearheading a call for a ‘zero tolerance’ policy on harassment against health care workers.
RCN West Midlands Regional Director Mike Adams comments on the merger of University Hospitals Birmingham and Heart of England into a single hospital trust on 1 April 2018.
A senior officer for the RCN in the West Midlands has been appointed to a new equality advisory group set up by Premier League football club West Bromwich Albion.
Hospitals and health services in the West Midlands would struggle to cope without the dedication of nurses working unpaid extra hours or reporting for duty when they feel unwell, the RCN said today in response to the Government’s move to link next year’s NHS pay award to increased productivity.
Around 140 delegates came to our best attended annual Black History Month conference yet in Birmingham in October. Now, everyone can watch the key moments.
Staff nurse Kayleigh Peel has been campaigning alongside thousands of RCN members for fair pay for nursing staff.
Supply nurses in the West Midlands say the Government should recognise their contribution to the care and safety of patients and abandon plans to stop them doing agency shifts for the NHS if they have a permanent NHS job.
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