Eve Lightfoot wants to ensure community nurses can spot sepsis and deterioration
Nurse managers are struggling to fill staffing gaps and protect skill mix
Nurses ‘often feel ill-equipped to step in’ when someone is experiencing suicidal thoughts
Let’s look back to start of NHS and do the same for social care, nurse tell congress
Recent figures show a fall in district nursing numbers by 45% since 2010
Members say RCN should demand pay rises be awarded despite collapse of Northern Ireland...
RCN resists congress call to lobby for final Brexit referendum until it consults membership
Decriminalise use of the class B drug for medical purposes, nurses urge
We couldn’t press for a bigger pay rise as nurses are unlikely to strike – Josie Irwin
RCN urged to campaign for more accessible public toilets, as many have closed due to funding cuts
Those against offer branded ‘deluded’, while some in favour bullied on social media,...
Patients could be harmed if the pay offer is not extended beyond the NHS into primary and...
Jo Grace explains approaches to giving an injection with someone who is non-verbal
Siobhan O'Halloran says Ireland is investing in its undergraduate nursing programmes
Rise in complex caseloads and downbanding of cancer nurse roles may hit recruitment and retention, charity warns
UK’s largest public service union endorses deal at this week’s health conference in Brighton
A mental health hospital has been forced to reduce its number of beds because of ongoing staff shortages
Regulator’s ruling body agrees proposal to overhaul how it deals with complaints about nurses and midwives in a bid to settle disputes quickly and move away from ‘adversarial, cumbersome and distressing’ process