Tagged: Royal College of Nursing

Britain’s Nurses – good news if you know where to look!

Britain’s Nurses is a recently launched independent initiative, which aims to address issues of community and collective pride amongst nurses and to raise awareness of, and to celebrate, the best of nursing with the general public. Research* commissioned by NHS … Read more → – Britain’s Nurses – good news if you know where to look!

PM’s Dementia Challenge – first progress report published

Dementia is one of the biggest challenges our health and care system and society is facing. We all either know someone with dementia, or come into contact with them in our professional lives, and we’ve all seen the impact it … Read more → – PM’s Dementia Challenge – first progress report published

Liverpool Care Pathway – over 20 organisations pledge support

The Royal College of Nursing, the National Nurse Consultant Group (Palliative Care) and the National End of Life Care Programme are among 22 organisations who have signed a consensus statement in support of the Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying … Read more → – Liverpool Care Pathway – over 20 organisations pledge support

RCN campaign highlights nursing skills

A campaign highlighting the breadth of skills required by nurses has been launched today by the Royal College of Nursing. ‘This is nursing’ shows both the clinical skills and compassion of nursing, highlighting the balance between both that nurses have … Read more → – RCN campaign highlights nursing skills

Learning disabilities nursing review launched in Wales

Lesley Griffiths, Minister for Health and Social Services for the Welsh Government and Jean White, CNO for Wales, have attended the Welsh launch of the national review into modernising learning disabilities nursing They were joined in Wrexham by learning disabilities … Read more → – Learning disabilities nursing review launched in Wales