The RCN has published a pocket guide on domestic abuse covering all four areas in the UK.
When mental health nurse Kellyann Anderton-Kay visited the RCN Bulletin Jobs Fair in Manchester the last thing she expected was to be offered a job on the spot.
Our update on new guidance for nurses in Northern Ireland on caring for deceased patients and their families.
The second report of the Workforce Race Equality Standard has found signs of improvement in some trusts, while others have a long way to go. What is clear now is what works – honest assessment, strong senior leadership and tailored support for individuals.
A briefing on new RCN guidance on fertility preservation.
How does a nurse fill a traditionally medical role? By mastering the basics first, says advanced nurse practitioner Nicky McCarthy.
Many women have mental health problems during pregnancy or in the year after birth. A new course aims to equip professionals to manage mental illness in mothers.
New guidance on diagnosing and managing the physical complications of alcohol use.
Against a backdrop of large-scale changes for nurses across the UK, including cutting the bursary for students in England, delegates at this year's RCN congress will discuss the impact of reducing investment in nurses' education and development.
Sian Thomas' willingness to innovate and work in partnership with families made a huge difference to a young girl with severe dietary issues. The 2016 RCN Wales Nurse of the Year says nurses need to be ready to 'safely challenge' existing practice.
Mounting pressures on nurses mean many are working much longer hours, with no proper breaks. RCN UK safety reps chair Denise McLaughlin tells Lynne Pearce why employers must put nurses' health and safety at the top of the agenda.
Pay restraint and the down-banding of roles has demoralised the nursing workforce. At this year's RCN congress, delegates will debate whether nursing jobs should be systematically re-banded under Agenda for Change.
In March, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) published new quality standards on vaccine uptake in the under 19s. Here are its recommendations.
The Foundation's scholarships, now open in travel, research and leadership, can advance your career and lead to innovation to practice.
Filming vulnerable people in healthcare settings is controversial, but a Birmingham care home has found surveillance cameras protect residents and staff.
Cancer survival rates are rising, but should more be done to improve the quality of survival?
Leadership development programmes for staff at every level are among the attractions at the national service for blood, organ and tissue donation.
Nurses should have a say in policy-making at all levels, but many feel they lack the skills to get involved. A new programme from the International Council for Nurses is aiming to bridge the confidence gap.