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Category list : Ara Darzi

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  • london

    London trusts urged to build cheap staff accommodation Subscription

    News16 October, 2014

    Affordable housing for nurses should be provided by trusts in London that have surplus land, according to a major report looking at how to improve the capital’s health services.

  • London

    RCN issues warning over nurse training in capitalSubscription

    News13 February, 2014

    The Royal College of Nursing has called for an urgent review of the commissioning of training places for nurses in London as part of wider efforts to improve care in the capital.

  • Fears over future medical dominance over nurse training

    Nurse education may lose out to doctors in shake-upSubscription

    News30 November, 2010

    Plans to merge three clinical education advisory bodies have sparked fears that future nurse training needs will be overlooked in favour of doctors’ requirements.

  • Hospital ward

    Mixed-sex wards to be eliminated this yearSubscription

    News16 August, 2010

    The government will announce that it is to end the “indignity” of mixed-sex hospital wards in England by the end of the year, it has been reported.

  • With a government review, increased autonomy, advanced roles and working time laws contributing to nurses taking on junior doctors’ tasks, the boundaries between the professions have become blurred.

    Trespassers on medical ground?Subscription

    Analysis29 September, 2009

    With a government review, increased autonomy, advanced roles and working time laws contributing to nurses taking on junior doctors’ tasks, Clare Lomas looks at how the boundaries between the professions have become blurred.

  • Funding squeeze halts innovative nurse-led service

    Funding squeeze halts innovative nurse-led service Subscription

    News22 September, 2009

    Lack of funding has halted a successful nurse-led telemedicine scheme, despite such innovations being championed by the government.

  • NHS patient safety hotline delayed

    NHS patient safety hotline delayedSubscription

    News14 August, 2009

    A ‘key element’ in the drive to improve patient safety - Patient Safety Direct - has been delayed until next summer, despite ministerial assurances that it would be in place last year.

  • Patient feedback has to reach frontline nurses to improve care

    Patient feedback has to reach frontline nurses to improve careSubscription

    News28 July, 2009

    The NHS’ push for quality must include information on patient experience being fed back to nurses and other frontline staff in a form they can understand and act on, research published by Nursing Times has said.

  • Dr Peter Carter, chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, praised Lord Darzi

    RCN chief praises 'instrumental' Lord DarziSubscription

    News15 July, 2009

    Nursing luminaries have been quick to recognise the work of outgoing junior health minister Lord Darzi

  • Gordon Brown wrote that Lord Darzi had not just written a report, but ‘created a movement for change and improvement across the health service’

    Number 10 confirms Lord Darzi will resign as health ministerSubscription

    News15 July, 2009

    The government confirmed last night that health minister Lord Darzi would be leaving the government and published his resignation letter to the prime minister.

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