RCNi – welcome to our fresh new look
We have listened to the feedback we receive from our readers and subscribers and have introduced a number of improvements to our websites, digital products, and our service to you
Come with us on a short journey to see what has changed.
A fresh new look
You will notice that we have made our online articles easier to read, with a clearer layout and more ways to engage with the content by commenting or sharing.
We use a responsive design to ensure articles can be read on any device and all modern browsers (IE9+).
Notable highlights of the new design are:
Keep updated with either the current issue’s table of contents emailed directly to you as it is published, or with a daily or weekly round-up of the latest nursing news within your speciality or areas of interest. E-alerts can be removed and added at any time.
We have enhanced our search by using sophisticated filters. Search by journal, section, specialty, author, date, relevance.
Citation and references
Easy citation downloads and live reference linking via Crossref ensure a seamless journey through related content. Our articles are also referenced on LOCKSS, Proquest, Portico, PubMed, and Ebsco, and we support open access, to make our content as usable as possible.
Article sharing and metrics
The current print issue is highlighted along with its table of contents next to each article, to make it easier for you to navigate our content.
Our online articles are enhanced where possible with graphics and extra supplementary files (including multimedia).
Advanced article metrics combine traditional and altmetrics in one handy space. We’ve also made it easier to comment and share articles on social media.
New user account section
Your new user account section will help you:
- Choose which of our e-newsletters you would like to receive and how frequently you receive them
- Update your areas of interest to help us deliver the most relevant content to you
Here we bring together all our products, services and events under one digital roof, so you can find all the information you need in one place. Find out more about the many ways in which we can support you in your studies, your revalidation and your practice. You can also learn how to write for us, celebrate nursing with us, and get a new job.
Quick links you may like:
A dedicated section with the latest revalidation content pulled from across our websites, as well as ways in which we can help with your revalidation process.
Here we also announce study days and workshops solely focused on revalidation, with expert speakers and certificates that count towards your participatory continuing professional development (CPD).
Click here to visit our revalidation hub.
This section cherry-picks content relevant to your practice and topical nursing issues from across all RCNi titles.
Click here to read highlights from RCNi.
Learn about cutting edge-practice and projects that transform how nurses work.
The RCNi Nurse Awards shine a light on our professions brightest stars, giving national recognition to innovative practice and encouraging nurse leaders of the future.
Click here to discover more about the Nurse Awards.
Write for us
We mentor writers and authors who wish to write for one of our publications. We are always interested in hearing from our readers and have a number of resources available to help your practice impact the wider community.
Click here to discover how to submit content for publication.
We have updated the RCNi Portfolio to include an option to download a summary page. This summary page is an automated check-list showing exactly where you are with your revalidation, and saves printing out your entire portfolio.
We have also updated the look and feel of the Portfolio PDF download and improved the overall design.
It is a professional easy-to-read document that details all your revalidation requirements, and is a handy way to review and keep track of your nursing career.
Click here to find out more about RCNi Portfolio.
We offer an opportunity for you to access resources of interest to the nursing profession produced by the Royal College of Nursing and other external organisations. This content is free to access and covers a range of topics from diabetes to end-of-life care.
Click here to read our hosted content.