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Issue : 10 September 2014

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  • Jeremy Hunt

    Law will force healthcare organisations to display CQC ratingsSubscription

    News15 September, 2014

    The government has launched a consultation on plans to legally require hospitals, GPs and care homes to display their Care Quality Commission rating in visible places, such as entrances or waiting rooms.

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    Standards planned for congenital heart disease care in EnglandSubscription

    News15 September, 2014

    Communication skills and staff training form part of new proposals to improve the care given to patients with lifelong heart problems by the NHS in England.

  • Leanne-Siekiera-SNT3

    Starting third year: the countdown is onSubscription

    Opinion15 September, 2014

    As the third year nerves started to get the better of her, Leanne turned to her peers to find out how they’re coping with the anxiety of final year placements

  • Queen's Hospital Romford

    Troubled trust reveals huge waiting listSubscription

    News12 September, 2014

    A huge, previously unreported waiting list of more than 90,000 patients has been revealed by one of England’s most troubled trusts. It comes amid an intense national drive to tackle politically sensitive waiting targets.

  • Kate hoax nurse 'blamed herself'

    Nurse 'blamed herself' for royal pregnancy hoax callSubscription

    News12 September, 2014

    A nurse found dead after answering a hoax call for the Duchess of Cambridge during her first pregnancy sent a desperate email to colleagues blaming herself, an inquest heard.

  • Sickle cells

    Scientists 'reset' human stem cellsSubscription

    News12 September, 2014

    Scientists have made a breakthrough in creating stem cells crucial to regenerative medicine.

  • Muscle disease genes discovered

    Muscle disease genes discoveredSubscription

    News12 September, 2014

    Scientists believe they have discovered the genetic cause of an incurable muscle-wasting disease, paving the way for new treatments for sufferers.

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    Gail Adams: 'Nurses rarely take action but, when they do, they win'Subscription

    Opinion11 September, 2014

    Unison is now balloting its members who work in the NHS. There are a lot of myths fl ying around and I would like to address some of them.

  • Student nurse to take over SNT twitter account

    Student nurse to take over SNT twitter accountSubscription

    News11 September, 2014

    Student nurse, Leanne Siekiera, will be taking over the student nursing times twitter account on Thursday 18 September.

  • Emergency patient

    Hospital chiefs urged to tackle A&E crowdingSubscription

    News11 September, 2014

    Up to half a million patients could be put at risk every year as hospitals struggle to admit patients to hospital wards from bursting A&E departments, the College of Emergency Medicine has warned.

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