A mental health trust based in Liverpool has launched a “zero suicide” strategy in a bid to eliminate suicide of patients under its care.
A new coaching model at a trust in Norfolk that allows double the number of student nurses to be trained is to be expanded following its success.
More effort should be made to address the wellbeing of NHS and social care staff working in mental health according to one of the interim findings from a taskforce set up by NHS England to improve mental health services.
A new framework on end of life care has been drawn up by a group of statutory health bodies which is hoped will spur clinical commissioning groups and health and well-being boards to make this type of care a priority in local areas.
A new set of national standards have been published in a bid to reduce the number of patient safety incidents related to invasive procedures that could lead to so-called “never events”.
A new study has revealed a huge disparity in levels of obesity, tooth decay, injury and early childhood development for under-fives across the country.
More than 95% of NHS staff do not feel confident the health service’s £22 billion efficiency savings target will be met by 2020, according to a survey.
Colchester General Hospital has been told it must make rapid improvements on its surgery and medical care inpatient wards after the Care Quality Commission found a series of problems including staffing shortages and poor record completion.
The chief nursing officer for England has revealed she will be launching a new strategy for the profession, saying “the landscape has changed” since the last one was devised in 2012.
Three nurses have been struck off the Nursing and Midwifery Council register for poor care which in some cases led to patient deaths at a nursing home in south Wales.