Category list : Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
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The Royal College of Nursing has welcomed reports that land at a redeveloped hospital site in North London is to be used to create new housing for NHS staff, noting the “huge pressure” nurses are under in trying to secure accommodation close to work.
Nurses and “dynamic nursing leaders” at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust have won praise from inspectors who rated the organisation “good” overall.
Patients admitted to hospital from care homes are commonly dehydrated on admission and consequently are at significantly greater risk of in-hospital mortality, according to a major UK study.
Flu jab champions rewarded for effortsSubscription
Nurses and other NHS staff who went “the extra mile” to encourage colleagues to have the flu jab this winter have been praised at an awards ceremony.
Most pregnant women and new mothers would recommend their local maternity services, according to a snapshot of NHS care.
Some hospitals are failing to accurately monitor how long thousands of their patients are waiting for treatment, a report has found.
UK researchers are recruiting 300 children for a clinical trial to establish whether or not specialist silk clothing can help treat eczema.
A north London trust has launched a massive recruitment drive for more than 300 nursing staff as part of local reconfiguration plans.
Patients Association attacks older people careSubscription
Tough action is needed against hospitals that neglect patients, the Patients Association has said.
Everybody matters 3: engaging patients and relatives in decision making to promote dignity Subscription
Patients and their families must never become passive receivers of impersonalised care. Dignity is promoted by ensuring patients are involved in treatment decisions