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Category list : Whistleblowing

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  • Tameside Hospital

    Whistleblower’s book highlights risks of short staffingSubscription

    News28 March, 2016

    A surgeon, who blew the whistle about dangerous staffing levels at his hospital, has now written a book that he says he hopes will help give nurses the confidence to speak out about similar concerns.

  • Whistle

    'Raising concerns helped me improve healthcare culture'Subscription

    Opinion11 March, 2016

    After a negative experience of raising concerns, Sharon Mason explains why other nurses should not be dissuaded from doing so

  • Jenni Middleton

    'Nurses should lead the culture change'Subscription

    Opinion13 January, 2016

    The appointment of Dame Eileen Sills to be the first national guardian for the freedom to speak up within the NHS is a significant one for nursing and for the health service.

  • Whistle

    Firms should be ‘creative’ in embracing whistleblowersSubscription

    News19 November, 2015

    Companies should be creative in the way they handle complaints and make sure staff who raise concerns are celebrated, according to a leading businesswoman and writer.

  • Turn up the volume conference

    'A patient safety event like no other'VideoSubscription

    Opinion19 November, 2015

    Steve Turner tells us about this pioneering patient safety conference that brought together patients, carers, and NHS staff to discuss patient safety in an open forum.

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    Referrals to NMC jump by 10% in a year, shows reportSubscription

    News12 November, 2015

    The Nursing and Midwifery Council is making “excellent” progress in improving the way it handles fitness to practise cases, despite criticism from the body overseeing its work, says its chief executive.

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    RCM leader urges midwives to challenge poor practiceSubscription

    News10 November, 2015

    The maternity care failings detailed in the Kirkup report “could be happening elsewhere”, the leader of the Royal College of Midwives has warned.

  • 'Replace our culture of silence with one of safety'

    'Replace our culture of silence with one of safety'Subscription

    Practice9 November, 2015

    Nurses choose their profession to deliver compassionate and effective patient care but they may quickly discover that nurses can be dreadful to each other.

  • 'Student nurses deserve respect; don't accept any less'

    'Student nurses deserve respect; don't accept any less'Subscription

    Opinion11 August, 2015

    I recently had an issue with another staff member whilst on placement. As this staff member has been continuously rude and nasty to me throughout my current placement so I decided to escalate it.

  • Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust

    Whistleblowing claims lead trust to suspend senior staffSubscription

    News4 August, 2015

    A leading nurse has been brought in to assist Southport and Ormskirk Hospital Trust after its chief executive and three other managers were suspended in the wake of whistleblowing complaints.

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