Nurses must remember basic hygiene measures in order to bring down “unacceptable” infection rates in the NHS, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
Nearly half of nurses believe their organisation is at risk of becoming the “next Mid Staffs”, or is already heading that way, reveals the latest large-scale survey on NHS staffing levels.
The NHS has left itself open to accusations of institutional racism after failing to ensure ethnic minorities are represented in senior roles, such as nursing director posts, suggests a new report.
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