Sarah Calkin is a senior correspondent on Health Service Journal who contributes to Nursing Times. She writes mainly on issues affecting patient safety and regulation.
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Government ambitions to deliver more NHS services seven days a week - without increasing the wage bill - have been branded an “attack on hard working nurses”.
Three acute trusts placed in special measures a year ago have failed to make significant progress and should remain in special measures, the chief inspector of hospitals has said
Sir Robert Francis QC is to lead a review of how whistleblowers are treated in the NHS, it has been announced today.
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- Basildon hospital moved out of 'special measures' by regulator
- Midwives consider strike over pay
- Care homes have 'worrying' lack of diabetes knowledge
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- Government rejects calls to press ahead with NMC reform
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