RCN Mind Map

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  • Created on: 15-11-22 10:22
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  • RCN (Royal College of Nursing)
    • What is the RCN and what do they do?
      • They represent more than 465,000 nurses, student nurses, midwives and nursing support workers in the UK and internationally.
      • As a member-led organisation, they work collaboratively with their member to ensure that:
        • They influence governments and other bodies.
        • Improve working conditions.
        • Campaign on issues to raise the profile of the nursing community.
    • Aside from providing membership for a union, what else do the RCN provide?
      • They support their members with free, confidential advice and information on legal and employment matters they also support members with:
        • Nursing practice issues
        • Career Development
        • Immigration
        • Finances
      • They lobby governments and other bodies across the UK to develop, influence and implement policies that improve the quality of patient care.
      • They also have one of the largest specialist nursing libraries in Europe with access to over 64,000 books, 1,100 e-journals, 1,500 e-books and key nursing databases.
      • We promote and engage in nursing research, recognising that high quality nursing research hands the power to transform patient care.
    • Current news and events that RCN have been involved in:
      • Nursing Awards for clinical experience
      • Pay disputes in Wales
      • Nursing Strikes
      • Podcasts
      • Helping Nurses cope with the COVID-19 Crisis


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