Category list : County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
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Nurses recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list earlier this year have been presented with their British Empire Medals.
A university nursing course launched last year that sees students pay their own tuition fees is to more than quadruple in size in 2017, due to demand from local NHS trusts in the North East.
Managers have been told to make further improvements to maternity services at Darlington Memorial Hospital although inspectors have praised the “drive” of new midwifery leaders.
Care of mothers and babies is being put at risk due to bullying and a blame culture at a North East maternity unit, a report has warned.
Undernutrition service links NHS with care homesSubscription
A new digital undernutrition service for care homes has improved the quality of care for residents through increased monitoring, according to results from a pilot scheme.
Healthcare professionals’ own assessments of how dementia-friendly their settings are reveal “alarming” variations across England, experts say.
Independent provider St Andrew’s Healthcare has been named as the most inclusive healthcare organisation for lesbian, gay and bisexual patients in England.
Nurses, dieticians and caterers at County Durham and Darlington Foundation Trust have joined forces to launch a scheme to tackle poor nutrition on hospital wards.
A nurse walked away after he was approached for help by a colleague over a 10-year-old boy who later died of meningitis, a disciplinary hearing has ruled.
Trust plans to boost ward sister roleSubscription
A hospital trust has announced it is to recruit 40 band 5 nurses in order to help enable ward sisters to devote more of their time to leadership and management roles.