I live in East Kent but haven't seen any literature etc. on sepsis.
I count myself as being lucky that I started my training in 1965, gaining RSCN, SRN. A thorough practical and theoretical training within the hospital. Working from the bottom " sluice" as a raw recruit and finishing in the third year showing I could take charge and run a ward. I wonder if the students of today could do this, I think not. Now we are leaving the EU I believe we could go back to the tried and tested methods of training nurses as I believe it was the EU that insisted our trained staff had a degree.
Again and again I say the only people who benefit from percentage rises are the managers and highly paid staff sitting on their bottoms. The staff working on the coal face should get a higher percentage to balance the pay disparity.
Anonymous, perhaps you could go to the CQC website and find out the answers of your questions. It is very easy to find.
Can only get worse with the elderly population rising year on year. Local councils can't afford homes for the elderly due to slashing cuts by this government. I worry as I'm 70 this year.