A scheme aimed at doubling the number of volunteers working in the NHS by 2021 has been welcomed by the RCN
Three-year campaign aims to boost the status of nursing around the world
College’s general secretary tells forum that many unforeseen challenges may yet present themselves
A list of proposed skills for nursing associates has been published by the Nursing and Midwifery Council ahead of a formal consultation.
More needs to be done to reassure thousands of nurses and carers about their right to remain in the UK once it leaves the European Union, the RCN has insisted
... And should nurses be allowed to carry water bottles
Nursing teams would benefit the most from NHS trusts employing dedicated specialist waste managers, a report has concluded
College says the government ‘seems hell-bent on reducing the supply of talent into nursing’
New quality standards have been published to help nurses and other healthcare staff recognise, assess and manage mental health problems in adults who are in contact with the criminal justice system
RCNi Nurse Awards - entry deadline extended
A nurse who admitted deliberately falsifying the notes of an end of life patient who was left in soiled clothing in bed, has been suspended for nine months.
Some mental health patients face waits of up to two years for psychological therapies, study reveals
Nine out of ten health providers keep no record of the length of time people experiencing serious mental health problems must wait before accessing psychological therapies, an investigation has revealed.
Nurses asked to describe how they use technology in their practice, and how ditigal skills could be used in nursing in the future
Hospital trusts employing high numbers of temporary staff are more likely to have their quality of care rated poor by patients, a study shows
Nurses among senior members of a London trust who are calling on local MPs to take action, as mental health funding is ‘nowhere near enough to meet increasing demand’
London Assembly committee report recommends action to improve access to timely, appropriate support for LGBT and deaf people, those with disabilities and recently released prisoners
Tips for nursing staff are a reminder of the link between diet and skin viability.
A drop in the number of nurses compared to population size has seen the UK lag behind other major world economies, according to analysis by a think tank