As Learning Disability Nursing celebrates its centenary, Yorkshire and the Humber Board Chair Catherine Best writes about the significant threat of a dwindling workforce hanging over this vitally important field of nursing.
Regional director Glenn Turp writes about RCN fears over moves by the Bradford Teaching Hospitals to set up a ‘Wholly Owned Subsidiary’ Company.
Chair of the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Board, Catherine Best, looks at the recently published Interim NHS People Plan and explores what it could mean for the workforce.
RCN Yorkshire and the Humber representative on the Professional Nursing Committee (PNC) Rachel Hollis writes about why she became a member of the PNC, her role and looks ahead to the future.
The RCN Yorkshire and the Humber Staffing for Safe and Effective Care collaborative event was held on 5 April 2019. It brought together members, activists and staff to start to co-produce and co-plan the regional campaign to demand changes to the law to protect patient care.
Yorkshire and the Humber regional director Glenn Turp looks at the latest combined performance figures released by NHS England and the need for urgent action to address the staffing crisis.
Newly elected Chair of the Yorkshire and the Humber regional board Catherine Best writes about some of her aims and hopes for her new role.
A brief look ahead to RCN planned activity and campaigns for 2019 from regional director Glenn Turp.
Wishing everyone in Yorkshire and the Humber good health and happiness over the holiday period.
What an amazing week!