The latest nursing news and RCN events
On 23 January, the National Assembly’s Health, Social Care and Sport Committee discussed a series of amendments tabled to the Health and Social Care (Quality and Engagement) (Wales) Bill. Vaughan Gething, Minister for Health and Social Services did not support the amendments that called for workforce planning to a statutory element of the duty for Health Boards to provide quality of care.
We want to hear from people who would like to study nursing but haven’t applied because of the prospect of huge student debt.
Nursing staff will vote on whether to take industrial action as part of their campaign for pay equality with other public sector workers.
Never-before-seen artefacts and stained glass windows inspired by RCN members show how our views of nursing have evolved over the past 150 years.
Visit this exhibition for free at the RCN Library and Heritage Centre from 17 October 2019 until 20 March 2020. It will then go on display at RCN Scotland, Edinburgh, from Spring 2020.
This exhibition and event series explores the shift from institutional to home care over two centuries of older people’s nursing, from the workhouse and asylums of the Victorian era to the hospital and care home and beyond.
New exhibition at the RCN Library and Heritage Centre explores the history of emotions in nursing.
Presented by Ruth Burey, RCN Professional Learning and Development Facilitator, this session will provide a basic overview to support the understanding of innovation and service improvement work and an opportunity for participants to explore how to develop their own ideas into action to improve patient/client experience.
Join a panel of historians, nurses and social scientists to explore why care remains undervalued in status and pay.
Find out how RCN Scotland Library and Information Services can help you
This morning seminar aims to increase the understanding of the importance of early detection and treatment of the deteriorating patient and understanding the All Wales system
RCN North West members are invited to a conference exploring the issue of bullying and harassment in the health and social care workplace.
Meeting of the regional retired members network. Free and open to all retired members in Yorkshire and the Humber.
This afternoon seminar aims to raise awareness of leadership in healthcare and highlights the opportunity to make a difference in the workplace.