Category list : NHS West Midlands
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An intensive care nurse has won a regional award for her work on improving infection prevention and control by transforming hand washing compliance using real-time tracking technology.
Our Speak Out Safely campaign is hit in the Midlands Subscription
Five more NHS organisations in the Midlands have backed our Speak Out Safely campaign to protect staff that raise legitimate concerns about safety.
Training centre opens for Midlands nursing students Subscription
The University of Worcester has opened a new clinical simulation centre for the education and training student nurses and other clinicians.
Mid Staffs faces prosecution over patient deathSubscription
Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust is to be prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive, following the death of a patient in April 2007.
The special administrators appointed to Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust have recommended the organisation is dissolved and its maternity service closed.
Mid Staffs nursing director to join new trustSubscription
The director of nursing and midwifery at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust is to join another acute trust in the Midlands, it has been announced.
Mid Staffs backs Speak Out Safely campaignSubscription
A hospital trust once rocked by care scandals and staff bullying has signed up to Nursing Times’ Speak Out Safely Campaign and made a public commitment to staff to help them raise concerns.
Most patients at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust now report receiving good treatment, but some are continuing to receive substandard care more than four years after widespread failures first emerged there.
Patient safety at 18 accident and emergency departments in the West Midlands cannot be guaranteed according to a joint letter signed by leading clinicians from across the region.
Mid Staffs trust placed in administrationSubscription
Scandal-hit Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust has been put into special administration by health sector regulator Monitor, it was announced on Monday afternoon.