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Pay our nurses a fair wage

Today, 15 different organisations representing NHS employees (including the Royal College of Nursing and the British Medical Association) have written to the Prime Minister urging her… 382 palabras más

Dr Louise Irvine

Fall Back Up

In 1997 Brian Titus was in the navy working as a diver in Halifax…but he had a passion for making beer. At the time, the craft brew market hadn’t washed up on the east coast and he saw an opportunity. 135 palabras más

Small Business

RCN Modern Slavery Pocket Guide

Over 45 million people are trapped in modern slavery across the globe. This guide has been developed to help nurses and midwives identify victims of slavery and help people find the assistance and support they need.

Link to guide here

Current Volume (2017)

RCN: Standards for the Weighing of Infants, Children and Young People in the Acute Health Care Setting.

Publication outlining the RCN’s position in relation to the weighing of infants, children and young people and includes guidance on preparing them for weighing, timing and frequency of measurement, record keeping and auditing and benchmarking.

Link to publication here

Current Volume (2017)


Royal College Of Nursing Advocates Allowing Nurses With Dementia To Carry On Working


In an attempt to set an example to other organisations the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) believes the nurses who have been diagnosed with dementia should be allowed to carry on working until it is no longer a viable option. 385 palabras más


Labour: it will cost £37 BILLION to heal Tory damage to #OurNHS

In Jeremy Corbyn’s speech to the RCN conference this morning, he is underlining Labour’s commitment to the NHS – both to its patients and to the people who work tirelessly to hold it up under a relentless Tory assault. 1.463 palabras más

Ransomware Attack as Metaphor

Last Friday’s ransomware cyber-attack struck me as a metaphor for the current government holding the NHS and its staff to ransom: Give us more, more, more (for less)! 486 palabras más