The latest nursing news and RCN events
Director of the Royal College of Nursing in Scotland, Theresa Fyffe, has announced that she will retire from the College early next year.
The Royal College of Nursing today launches its Vote for Nursing Campaign to demand that the next Welsh Government and other political parties protect the people of Wales by valuing the nursing profession.
The government must aim for an oversupply of nurses as a new report highlights the emerging staffing crisis.
New report highlights the need for action to address stress and burnout in the profession.
Our exhibitions are closed, but you can still view them online.
Join the online Q&A with Dame Donna Kinnair on how the RCN is working to get nursing staff an early and meaningful pay rise.
Throughout September and October, we'll be running a variety of virtual online sessions for universities across Scotland to let students know the benefits of becoming a member of the RCN.
We are delivering a range of We Care online education sessions for healthcare support workers and care assistants, sponsored by Liverpool Victoria.
RCN Eastern members are invited to join this listening event to give your views on safe staffing and pay.
In this International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, what are the future opportunities and challenges for the nursing profession?
Brian Morton, Associate Director, RCN Northern Ireland will give an update to members on pay and the RCN’s pay campaign.
The RCN Leicestershire and Rutland Annual General Meeting scheduled for this date has been cancelled and is now being rearranged as an online event. Further details will be published when they have been confirmed.
South East members are invited to join this webinar to hear the latest on the RCN's safe staffing and pay campaigns and how to get involved.
RCN Norfolk branch is holding an informal session for members to find out more about the RCN, your branch and campaigns.