How do I get in touch with RCN?

How do I get in touch with RCN?

Connect with us Click here or call RCN Direct on 0345 772 6100 – our helpline is open from 8.30am to 8.30pm, 365 days a year.

How can RCN help nurses?

We support our members with free, confidential advice and information on legal and employment matters, nursing practice issues, career development, immigration, welfare, finances and more. We support and protect the diversity of the nursing profession by actively promoting inclusion.

What’s my RCN membership number?

You can find your number by logging in to MyRCN using your email address and password. It’s important that you use the email address that we have on record for you.

What are the benefits of RCN?

We also offer over 3,000 brand discounts including health and wellbeing, travel and days out.

  • Insurance. Health & wellbeing.
  • Financial advice. Shopping discounts.
  • Legal support. Household costs.

Where is the RCN based?

20 Cavendish Square, london

Royal College of Nursing
Founded 1916
Headquarters 20 Cavendish Square, london W1G 0RN
Location United Kingdom
Key people Sidney Browne (Founder)

How do I cancel my nursing standard subscription?

You can cancel your Subscription by contacting us at [email protected] stating that you wish to cancel your Subscription and including in your email your name and subscription reference number(s).

Which is the best union for NHS staff?

UNISON is the UK’s largest health union. We are the UK’s largest health union. We represent the whole NHS and health care team….Our members include:

  • nurses.
  • paramedics.
  • cleaners.
  • porters.
  • healthcare scientists.
  • midwives,
  • health visitors,
  • pharmacy technicians,

Why should I join RCN?

The RCN is committed to lifelong learning and the development of our members. We’ll provide you with everything you need for your studies, placement and the search for your first nursing role, from subject and clinical guides, to library access and support.

What is RCN membership?

Membership for nurses and midwives By joining the RCN, you’ll benefit both professionally and personally, and with access to our helpline, we’ll be here when you need us. Membership costs just £16.40 per month – or £8.20 per month for first year newly registered nurses in their first year of registration with the NMC.

How do I pay my RCN bill?

Call 877-RCN-BILL (877-726-2455) and select the option for making payment arrangements. This will put you in touch with a customer service representative who will help you settle your account.

Who can join the RCN?

nurses and midwives can join both the RCN and RCM. for those working in a role recognised by UCU or EIS. existing nurse members not currently working or taking a break from nursing. registered nurses and midwives who have now retired from nursing.

Who is RCN owned by?

Astound Broadband
RCN Corporation

Type Private
Number of employees 1,315
Parent Astound Broadband
Subsidiaries Grande Communications Patriot Media Consulting

Is the Nursing Times Free?

If you subscribe to Nursing Times you have free access to Nursing Times Learning. You also have free access if your employer or university has purchased a subscription to Nursing Times for its nurses and midwives or students.

Which is better unison or RCN?

Notably the RCN offers a tailored support programme for nurses with a dedicated education and development section and the opportunity to be part of different clinical practice committees. UNISON, on the other hand, is a strong union group with experience in representing many trades alongside health professionals.

Which unions are Recognised by the NHS?

Recognised Unions

  • British Dietetic Association.
  • British Dental Association.
  • British Medical Association.
  • The British and Irish Orthoptic Society.
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
  • Society of Radiographers.
  • Royal College of Midwives.

What is the best nursing union to join?

There is no right or wrong union to join; you should consider what they can offer you and decide which best meets your needs. UNISON and the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) are the two biggest unions representing nurses.