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Francis report into Mid Staffs

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The Francis Report: Essential Reading

Sarah Calkin HSJ and Nursing Times reporter

10 frequently asked questions - what is the Francis Report? Subscription Required

The Francis report, published February 2013, contained the long-awaited findings of the public inquiry into Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust. Sarah Calkin answers some frequently asked questions about it.

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Shaun Lintern HSJ and Nursing Times reporter

What nurses told the Mid Staffs public inquiry Subscription Required

The Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust public inquiry heard evidence from a number of frontlines nurses and nursing leaders. Shaun Lintern recalls what some of them said:

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How did the government respond?

North Lincolnshire and Goole

Why are ward staffing levels being made public?

On 24 June 2014, NHS Choices will be publishing the planned and actual number of nurses on each shift on every inpatient ward in England

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francis report and nursing practice

Robert Francis

9 ways the Francis report could change your nursing practice Subscription Required

How will the Francis report affect your nursing day? Here’s how …

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Top five Francis Report policy recommendations that will affect you as a nurse

Top five Francis report policy recommendations that will affect you as a nurse Subscription Required

Following the publication in February of the Francis report, Nursing Times rounded up the top five policy recommendations from the report that will affect you as a nurse

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Learning from family  and nurse narratives

Learning from family and nurse narratives Subscription Required

Narratives from the Francis reports can guide the implementation of ethical leadership and improve the organisational culture of the NHS

Trusts must resist the temptation of a 'quick fix'

It is nearly a year on from the Francis report and the launch of our Speak Out Safely campaign to ensure staff will be supported when they raise concerns about care. It was disappointing, therefore, to read the recent CQC inspection of Barts Health Trust.

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