This year’s submission from the Royal College of Nursing to the Pay Review Body sets out to support the joint union submission.
This resource has been developed by safety representatives, for safety representatives. It will support us to recognise health and safety problems linked to unsafe staffing levels, from poor moving and handling practice to missed breaks and long working hours. This document recognises the role that learning representatives and stewards can take and how we can work together as a team. It also recognises the supporting role of RCN staff when we are faced with challenging issues or organisations that don’t act on our findings.
This submission focuses on the implementation of the pay agreement in England whilst providing commentary on recruitment, retention and motivation trends.
This booklet is part of a wider resource pack for use by all RCN representatives, wherever you’re based. Accompanying it is a poster (see 007 936) and some downloadable guidance. This includes checklists and templates to support you, as you work with members on your chosen campaign. All of the items can be found by logging into the reps area of MyRCN.
The key to every campaign is involving members in activities based on the values and issues they care most about. This poster will help you plan a successful campaign in your region.
This comprehensive guidance considers many aspects of FGM from its history to contemporary socio-cultural, legal and clinical components to aid raising awareness and improving the quality of care to those who have been adversely affected by FGM. Replaces 005 447.
A protocol to support organisations considering working with dogs in health care settings and allied health environments.
Member briefing on the UK’s potential future immigration system and how this could impact nursing.
Member briefing on the impact of decreasing applications to nursing courses on safe and effective staffing. This briefing was updated on 23 December 2019.
Member briefing on public health and the impact of financial pressures on the delivery of public health services in England.