Category list : Andrew Lansley
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More progress is needed in tackling discrimination and boosting equality for nurses across London, according to the Royal College of Nursing’s outgoing director for the capital.
The coalition government’s flagship legislation on health was “damaging and distracting”, and “historians will not be kind in their assessment” of its record on NHS reform, an influential think tank has claimed.
Chris Hart: 'Cuts and falling living standards are storing up problems for the health service'Subscription
Chris Hart argues that nurses’ stories of serious woe signal that a real storm is brewing …
It is inaccurate to claim a sugary diet is as dangerous as smoking, former health secretary Andrew Lansley has said.
A nurse whose whistleblowing case exposed a major loophole in the law designed to protect staff who raise concerns has backed Nursing Times Speak Out Safely campaign.
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.
Find out why everyone’s talking about the Francis Report and what happened at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust
Government offers NMC £20m to reduce fee hikeSubscription
The government has offered a £20m grant to the Nursing and Midwifery Council in a bid to reduce the size of the proposed fee hike.
Hunt urges better care for elderlySubscription
Better care for older people and more accountability among care home managers has been urged by new health secretary Jeremy Hunt.
Staff working for NHS Direct in the North East are being asked to take a pay cut if they want to work for the new NHS 111 service, Nursing Times has learned.