Category list : Clinical commissioning groups
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The newly appointed chief nursing officer at Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group says she hopes to help “make a difference” as she gets ready to take on her new role.
A trust in the South East has increased its staffing levels and re-trained workers in a drive to make changes to its children’s services, following a Care Quality Commission inspection.
The priority for clinical commissioners is to ensure that the services we commission are high-quality and safe for our patients and populations.
Improving the provision of foot care services available to diabetes patients is “key” to cutting amputations, and potentially ulcers as well, according to UK researchers.
The NHS constitution sets out that the health service “touches our lives at times of basic human need, when care and compassion are what matter most”. This picture certainly describes the role we as nurses play within the NHS.
Concerns have been raised over the consistency of how palliative care is provided across England.
Deborah Sturdy argues the case in favour of a re-evalution of our perceptions of care home nursing, too often dismissed although crucial in an ageing society
More than half the country’s clinical commissioning groups need to improve local mental health services, according to new ratings released by NHS England.
Almost 75% of clinical commissioning groups are failing to provide the expected standards of maternity care in England, new NHS England ratings show.
Nurses in non-patient facing jobs who believe they have a “clinical practice gap” may need to change the way they view their role in order to meet revalidation requirements, according to a senior commissioning nurse.