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Harrowing effects of bullying allegations revealed

RCN congress hears from staff representative and accused manager

Bid to boost take-up of free flu jabs

A new leaflet has been produced to boost the take-up of free flu vaccinations among people

Positive Behaviour Support 4's learning disability nurse Jonathan Beebee

Positive Behaviour Support 4's learning disability nurse Jonathan Beebee who spoke at

Improvements still needed in dementia care

The RCN calls for urgent changes to care in hospital settings

Young father groups provide vital support

Men under 25 with newborn children can get the advice they need from support groups

Petition to save Department of Health nurse advisers

Plans to axe nursing, midwifery and allied health professions policy unit condemned by...

Nurses' health 'at risk' by being priced out of housing ...

Staff forced to move far from workplace to find accommodation, RCN congress hears

Centenary debate focuses on RCN members

Members should be the focus of the next 100 years of the RCN, congress decides.

Vote remain, says Royal College of Midwives

Royal College of Midwives' chief executive Cathy Warwick says remain vote would mean

Holistic care is the gold standard, nurses told

RCN congress reach consensus on how holistic care is best achieved

Extra nurses tackle staffing crisis at failing emergency department

The number of nurses on shift is being increased at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS...

Seacole backlash is ‘storm in a bed pan’

The artist behind the controversial Mary Seacole statue has responded to criticism

Clarity needed on future of nurse advisers

Health committee chair tables a number of questions for the Department of Health

RCN council promises to investigate nursing associate role

Council chair responds to debate on whether the new role should be registered

Emergency department calls for volunteers to knit ‘Twiddlemuffs’

Hospitals appeals for volunteers to knit woollen muffs for dementia patients because it can...

RCN members back slimmed down ruling council

RCN members have backed changes to the way their ruling council is run aimed at making it...

Cuts to the public health budget condemned as short sighted by nurses

RCN council to insist that the government reinstates adequate funding for public health

Nurse-led cervical screening programme a success

Nursing staff at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust can have on-site screening at...