Francis report into Mid Staffs
The Francis Report: Essential Reading
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.
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:
How did the government respond?
The health secretary has admitted that some NHS organisations have made the “wrong” decision to cut staff in order to try and make financial savings.
francis report and nursing practice
How will the Francis report affect your nursing day? Here’s how …
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
Narratives from the Francis reports can guide the implementation of ethical leadership and improve the organisational culture of the NHS
francis in the news
The “old days” where clinical errors were not disclosed must give way to an environment that allows staff to be trained and supported in “admitting, reporting and learning fully from mistakes”, according to an independent review for the government.
NT and Francis
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.