Category list : Cavendish Report
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A forthcoming major review of nurse education and training in England will draw heavily on key patient safety reports from last year, according to those overseeing the work.
Giving staff role clarity will help to will bring improvements to patient care, says Brendan Brown
'Make culture change the priority for 2014'Subscription
Welcome to this special Christmas bulletin edition of Nursing Times.
HCA takes up representative role in MidlandsSubscription
A Birmingham healthcare assistant has been selected as the West Midlands representative for the Royal College of Nursing’s health practitioner committee.
Healthcare assistants have called for practical training in patient safety, dignity, infection control, hygiene and nutrition.
'Action must be taken to create a safer NHS'Subscription
The government needs to do something now the dust has settled on Francis 2, Cavendish, Keogh and Berwick.
Poll: Most nurses back certificate for HCAsSubscription
Virtually all Nursing Times readers think healthcare assistants should complete a certificate in fundamental care before working unsupervised, according to a snap poll last week.
Proposals to improve the training and status of healthcare assistants do not go far enough to protect the public – but could make regulation of the workforce easier in future, Nursing Times has been told.
Today the Cavendish report has set out key recommendations on how the role of healthcare assistants and social care support workers should change in the wake of the Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust Public Inquiry.
All healthcare assistants should complete a certificate in “fundamental” care before they can look after patients unsupervised, a government commissioned review has recommended.