The college is encouraging people to speak out about the impact of England’s nurse shortage.
Nurses believe a lack of visitors is often detrimental to a patients' health and speed of recovery.
Over half of the population say they find it hard to get a GP appointment.
The upward trend has coincided with a rise in demand for NHS services and a vacancy rate at an all time high.
Staff and patients are 'desperate for a signal things will improve'.
This follows the introduction of safe staffing legislation in Wales and Scotland.
Over fifty nursing staff and students met with MPs to discuss their concerns and experiences.
The college was unable to disclose the content or outcome of the meeting.
Three supersized letters calling for safe staffing legislation were delivered to the Department of Health and Social Care.
The letter calls on the leadership hopefuls to clarify their positions on safe staffing, pay and tuition fees.
It is estimated over 3,000 nurses signed one of three six-foot letters.
Only 4,031 "full-time" district nurses are now working in the NHS in England.
The union is under increasing pressure to deliver decisive action.
Ministers need to consider the financial and the human cost of leaving the jobs vacant.
It is the first legislation of this kind in the UK to apply to both health and social care services.