How a collaborative enterprise was set up for carers to raise concerns about support services
A project led by adult continence nurses is helping patients to manage their catheters
The Tech4Good awards celebrate apps designed for people with learning disabilities
Can they crack it? The future of health services in Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland after Brexit
With less than ayear to go before Brexit, concern over the future of cross-border collaboration after 29 March 2019 is growing
An RCN league of retired nurses could ensure their knowledge is not lost
Public health expert urges staff to have the flu vaccine
Smaller nursing are struggling to continue because they can’t recruit staff, a fringe...
Nurses in care homes and other sectors outside the NHS feel neglected by RCN
Making assumptions about people with learning disabilities harms outcomes, congress told
RCN pledges support after hearing of burnt-out prison nurses' daily encounters with serious mental health issues, drug use, intimidation and abuse
Congress backs call to lobby government to reverse ‘short-sighted’ funding cuts in England
Child refugees deserve safe haven in the UK, congress speakers say
Leading charity Autism Together has set up the UK’s first trial of wristbands measuring physiological changes to predict the onset of a ‘meltdown’ in someone with autism – and enable staff to take action to prevent it
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues can often be overlooked in learning disability care, but some initiatives across England are seeking to change that and provide a space for LGBT people to chat freely and be themselves.
Calderstones Hospital turned things round after a damning report in 2013 but now it is scheduled to close. So what does the future hold for the staff and service users there?
Poor pay is forcing nurses to quit and putting people off choosing nursing as a profession. No one wants a strike, but nurses may feel it’s their only option if the government continues to ignore the obvious, writes managing editor Janet Snell
Many areas of the UK have sky-high rents, making it tougher for essential workers, such as nurses, to live there.
RCN congress reach consensus on how holistic care is best achieved