Category list : Care
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Rose Gets in ShapeSubscription
’This book is suitable for all pre-and post-registration students and lecturers especially when topics related to care and compassion are taught in the curriculum.’
A study focused on the provision of “good” and dignified care, what health professionals perceive this to include and exactly what they need to do to provide it
West Herts to be placed in special measuresSubscription
West Hertfordshire Hospitals Trust faces being imminently placed in special measures following a Care Quality Commission inspection.
The Care Quality Commission has recommended that Tameside Hospital Foundation Trust comes out of special measures.
Many patients nearing the end of their lives are not receiving the care and support they need because of a lack of training for health professionals, including nurses, a new report has warned.
'The profession is right to debate the 6Cs'Subscription
The 6Cs – the words selected by Jane Cummings, the chief nursing officer for England, to articulate nurses’ values in response to a spate of care scandals – seem to divide the profession as much as unified it.
North west London health service reorganisation 'damaging to patient safety', says RCN membersSubscription
Nurses have described feeling “appalled, overwhelmed and horrified” by the impact of a major re-organisation of health services in north west London, according to feedback gathered by the Royal College of Nursing.
Nurses are set to gain more opportunities to develop new skills in general practice and other community roles as part of a £10m investment to recruit more GPs.
Fewer than half of leg amputation patients in England and Wales receive good care, according to a new report.
A lack of training in diabetes among care home staff is putting people at risk and leaving “masses” of residents undiagnosed, it has been claimed.