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A tool developed by leading nurses to identify whether a workplace is suffering from a poor culture could be extended and rolled out across the NHS, according to a report on its early use.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council has been accused by politicians of “completely ignoring” the views of hard-pressed nurses and midwives in its decision to increase registration fees.
NHS organisations in England will be required to show they are treating black and minority ethnic staff fairly at work and during recruitment, especially for senior roles, under new rules that come into effect from this month.
Hospitals at a trust in Birmingham are to remove visiting hours restrictions from tomorrow to allow friends and family members to see patients whenever they want.
New training standards for healthcare assistants should be made mandatory as a step towards “inevitable” full registration of the care workforce, according to the author of a major review.
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