THE Prime Minister yesterday defended Government plans to reform nurse training in the wake of the Mid Staffordshire hospital scandal, after criticism from the Royal College of Nursing.
What does RCN stand for?
RCN stands for Royal College of Nursing (UK)
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- Requirements Change Notice
- Research Council of Norway
- Réseau de Conseils Normands (French: Normandy Network Consulting)
- Residential Communications Network
- Resonator Coupling Network (microwave theory)
- Reverse Convertible Note
- Revolutionary Communist Network (UK)
- Risk Communications Network (Pueblo, CO)
- Rotary Club of Nairobi
- Royal Canadian Navy
- Rugby Club Noisy le Sec (French rugby club)
- Reticulum Cell Neoplasm, Type B
- Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve (US Navy)
- Reticulum Cell Neoplasm Type B
- Radiologic Clinics of North America
- Reed-Cooke Neighborhood Association (Washington, DC)
- Reformed Congregations of North America
- Regional Center for North America
- Regional Cisco Networking Academy
- Regional Clinical Network Analysts
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: Nurses are "drowning in a sea of admin", the Royal College of Nursing said as figures showed they spend 2.
Royal College of Nursing NURSES will breathe an overdue sigh of relief at Jeremy Hunt's comments yesterday that the NHS needs more of them on the ground.
Miss Hopkins was the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Welsh Board secretary between 1963 and 1978.
Byline: Jane Kirby THE head of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) said he "utterly rejects" a Government claim that opposition to the health Bill is actually about pensions.
THE Royal College of Nursing Congress, held at ACC Liverpool this week, is generating pounds 3m for the city's economy, it was claimed yesterday.
Both the Royal College of Nursing and Royal College of Midwives expressed serious concern over the proposed changes.
The names of these unsung heroines of the British armed forces are in two rolls of honour presented to the Royal College of Nursing in London last night.