Royal College of Nurses

Royal College of Nurses

A professional organisation for trained nurses founded in 1916, which pioneered professional standards for nurses in their education, their practice and their working conditions. It has evolved into a professional union with over 400,000 members, and is the acknowledged voice of nursing to both the government and the public.
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I think the Royal College of Nurses has to be very, very careful.
The Royal College of Nurses last week called for UK-wide laws to ensure a proper ratio of nurses to the number of patients.
Local Dental Committee members believe she fears getting a frosty reception, similar to that received by Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt at the Royal College of Nurses conference recently.
The Royal College of Nurses blamed a shortage of nurses and said the training of students was also suffering as a result.
Caroline Hyde-Price of the Royal College of Nurses said: "This shows our increasing dependence.

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