Rising costs of housing and transport could threaten London’s world-leading hospitals, because nurses cannot afford to live in the capital, according to RCN London
The heartbreaking fallout of gang violence is affecting nurses across London, the RCN’s new regional director for the capital has said
RCN calls on government to write-off loan overpayments to protect over 800 students
An online tool has been launched to help older people worried about their mental health
Staff raised their concerns at the Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland Conference.
Training hubs allow groups of practices to share and plan nurse training
RCN says one third fewer nursing student applicants in England since tuition fees replaced the bursary in 2016
Resilience, changing nursing roles and financial challenges will be discussed at an international conference of nurse academics
Gender gap in speed different sexes move bands
Volunteer scheme provides company at end of life, and food parcels for discharged people living alone
Compassionate Inverclyde project is funded by donations and local support
Too much emphasis has been placed on retaining nurses eligible for retirement rather than those who are in the middle of their career, a conference has heard
The number of people set to embark on nursing degree apprenticeships this year has increased since last September’s slow start
New standards on children’s healthcare, designed to improve care, diagnosis and communication between relevant services, have been developed by the RCN and three other royal colleges
The Prince of Wales praised the endless care of nurses at Buckingham Palace reception
Around 43% of NHS staff in England use instant messaging despite possibility of disciplinary action, survey reveals
The RCN has warned nurses risk losing their registration by sharing sensitive data on instant messaging (IM), while some IT experts are calling for NHS-specific apps to be created to help staff communicate better
Chancellor urged to drop nurse annual leave 'offer'
Changes to legislation mean nurses and midwives can provide supporting statements for people who fear registering using their name and address will jeopardise their safety
Speaking at the Chief Nursing Officer summit, nurse researcher Linda Aiken criticised lack of workforce planning and reliance on nurses from other worldwide countries.