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A panel of 10 health experts, including a former Royal College of Nursing leader, have called for a shake-up in the way that the NHS in England is funded in future.
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On the same day that Jeremy Hunt was reappointed I gave an interview on LBC radio regarding the staggering drop in the number of applicants for nursing jobs from the EU since the result of the referendum.
The Care Quality Commission has recommended that Medway NHS Foundation Trust should exit the “special measures” regime after nearly four years, following significant improvements.
The bright lights of the new year celebrations have faded and as people get down to brass tacks, my thoughts are directed to the coming challenges facing the health and social care system across the four countries of the UK.
The former chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, Peter Carter, has been appointed interim chair at Medway Foundation Trust.
I was taken aback last week when a furore erupted over the possibility of nursing associates being able to administer medication.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council must work more closely with bodies that regulate healthcare organisations and improve efforts to ensure employers were held to account as well as individuals when care failings occurred, it was claimed last night during a debate on nursing regulation.
Public Health England has been accused of having “double standards” by the former head of the Royal College of Nursing who claimed the body has failed to offer a full explanation about why it referred ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey to the regulator.
Jackie Smith thinks we need to agree on the real purpose of regulation and achieve meaningful reform, while Peter Carter says regulation will never be an alternative to effective performance management