This week’s blog has been written by Dr Clare McFeely RM, BSc, MSc, PhD, PgCAP (@ClareUoG) & Tobi Adebayo RN, BN(Hons) from Nursing & Healthcare School (@UofGNurse), School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. Black people are more likely to experience mental illness but less likely to access mental health services, […]
Category: Black Lives Matter
Nursing whilst black during COVID-19
This week’s Blog is written by Dame Donna Kinnair, Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing. As Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, I represent 450,000 registered nurses, midwives, students and nursing support workers. The work we do has a direct impact on nursing staff working […]
Black History Month has never felt more relevant ….
This week’s Blog is written by Lena Abdu (@lenaabdu3). Reflecting on how Black history month has never felt more relevant. Black history month (BHM) has been marked for 33 years in the UK but this year felt different. After BHM 2019 I questioned how the momentum that BHM generates could be harnessed to drive the […]