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Midlands trust drops ward manager title

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Anonymous | 11-Jan-2014 9:05 am That is definitely true - and using 'new titles' as a cover for no real change, is also an unhelpful trick. Probably, reflecting on my earlier comment about the title of ward manager, I hadn't quite thought it through. It isn't the title of Ward Manager that you need - could be Sister, or whatever: what needs to be clear to patients, is who is in charge of the ward (i.e 'managing it') at any given time - so that if something goes wrong, you know 'whose watch it happened on'.

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11 January, 2014

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11:17 am

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