Issue : 23 April 2013
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The Royal College of Nursing must use its retired representatives rather than wasting their experience, its annual congress was told yesterday.
PIP review urges more surveillanceSubscription
The PIP breast implant scandal might not have affected so many women if proper surveillance systems had been in place, health officials said.
Members of the Royal College of Nursing have called for more training and education in end of life care for health professionals in light of the ongoing controversy surrounding the Liverpool Care Pathway.
The Royal College of Nursing has moved a significant step towards leaving the International Council of Nurses, after a membership vote at congress yesterday evening.
The learning disability student nurse cohort that I am part of had our final lecture together yesterday, eighteen of us left out of twenty three starters.
Kate McCandlish visits RCN Congress 2013 for the first time …
NHS Direct nurses who have stepped into the breach following the disastrous launch of NHS 111 despite facing redundancy have been praised at the Royal College of Nursing Congress.
RCN Congress 2013 in pictures Subscription
Are you not at this week’s RCN Congress? Take a look at our reporter’s pictures
A surrogate pregnancy review has offered a practical guide for midwives and health professionals overseeing these cases for the first time.
Protect alcohol support services, RCN urgesSubscription
The government and local councils should “protect and promote” referral and access to alcohol advice and support services, according to the Royal College of Nursing’s annual conference.