Issue : 29 January 2013
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Today Robert Francis publishes his report into the care failings at Mid Staffordshire Trust. How do you feel about it coming out?
Health Education England has signed up to embedding the 6Cs in education and training, says Lisa Bayliss-Pratt
Sarah Calkin looks at why the report into failings at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust will have implications for all nurses, as well as for the entire health and social care system.
How to ease your networking nerves Subscription
With some preparation, you won’t dread the networking sessions at events
We were there when it was all happening, take a look at how we reported on the Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust Inquiry
Accident and emergency services will remain at Lewisham Hospital but on a “smaller” scale than at present, the health secretary has announced.
The Francis report, published February 2013, contained the long-awaited findings of the public inquiry into Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust. Sarah Calkin answers some frequently asked questions about it.
Francis Report: Timeline of Mid Staffs disasterSubscription
Shaun Lintern charts the sequence of events that led to the public inquiry into the well-publicised care failings at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust
Find out why everyone’s talking about the Francis Report and what happened at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust
Alternating air pressure mattresses are more effective than overlays for preventing pressure ulcers in mechanically ventilated patients in intensive care, Spanish researchers have concluded.