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Inquiry hears of 'embryonic' nurse management at Mid Staffs

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What a shambles.. 'a lot of the basic infrastructure and policies weren’t in place... the role of matrons was not clear at the trust and there was a lack of [ward] ownership' There's an 'allegation that a housekeeper cleaning the director of nursing’s office found more than 200 incident reports in the bin' Remember "NMC chief pledges to crack down on poor nursing practice" 15 Dec 2009? Well Mr Dickon Weir-Hughes when this enquiry is completed [one must assumes that's what the NMC is waiting for] the profession will be watching what you do about the DNS who presided over this scandal and who reportedly claimed said 'it was not her job to monitor ward standards'

Posted date

16 March, 2011

Posted time

6:56 pm

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