Category list : Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
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A therapy that helps people with dementia achieve everyday goals is being rolled out to health and care providers, after a successful trial.
NHS trusts in Kent, Devon, Lancashire and Norfolk have been selected to host new mother and baby units offering specialist mental healthcare, it has been announced by NHS England.
Personalised therapy can help people in the early stages of dementia manage everyday tasks and stay independent, according to the findings from a large-scale trial.
Mental health is on the agenda right now. In recent months there have been a series of reports and announcements revealing both the current state of services in the NHS and plans to try and tackle the challenges.
Nursing director becomes Kent trust chief execSubscription
The executive director of nursing at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is to take over as chief executive of a neighbouring organisation.
A mental health trust in Kent has been issued with two warning notices after inspectors found care on a ward for elderly dementia patients was “inadequate and unsafe”.
Kent Community Health Trust has purchased an advanced patient management system focused on mobile working, which it claims will cut time spent on administration by nurses.
Police looking into reports that more than 1,000 people were treated over four years by a woman posing as a registered nurse who was not qualified have charged a former healthcare worker.
Large differences in a key measure of nursing quality have been suggested by data from analysts, shared with Nursing Times and sister magazine HSJ.
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust is expecting to cut around 20 qualified nursing positions over 2011-12, Nursing Times has learned.