The WHO Year of the Nurse and Midwife provides us with an opportunity to celebrate what is great about the profession as well as looking at the changes we need to see, says Theresa Fyffe.
RCN President Professor Anne Marie joined RCN members on the picket lines in a bid to secure safe staffing and pay parity.
An update from the South East Council Member Jeremy Benton.
For the past three-and-a-half years Brexit has dominated the headlines, not only in the United Kingdom but all over the world. It can probably be considered one of the most important events of the recent history - an event that has defined a generation, an event that has divided families, communities and areas within the United Kingdom. And an event that will be happening very soon.
Nursing staff are under increasing amount of pressure at work. Stress, low pay and regularly having to work more than contracted hours means that their own wellbeing suffers. Eileen McKenna highlights why the RCN will be focusing on helping to keep staff safe in the coming year.
The RCN, in collaboration with SC Johnson Professional, has launched a survey to establish the incidence of work-related dermatitis in nursing and midwifery staff.
Christmas is undoubtedly a time for reflection and there's a lot to look back on this year.
Dave Dawes, Chair of the North West Regional Board and UK Council member, reflects on the past year.
North West Regional Director Estephanie Dunn looks back on a busy year in our region.
RCN London Director, Jude Diggins, reflects on what the region has achieved in 2019 and whats to come in 2020, including announcing the new Regional Director for London.