Category list : Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Tameside Hospital in Greater Manchester has appointed its first batch of “Kate Granger nurses” who will promote the themes that underpinned her high profile “Hello my name is…” campaign.
A trust in Greater Manchester that was previously in special measures has been rated “good” overall following an assessment by the Care Quality Commission, though it found nurse staffing “remained a challenge in a number of areas”.
Nurse to pioneer new integrated dementia roleSubscription
A senior dementia nurse has been appointed as the first consultant Admiral nurse at an integrated care hospital, where she will lead the provision of co-ordinated and tailored care for patients with dementia.
Trust bosses hit back at over-recruitment claimsSubscription
Hospital chief executives who face having to find millions of pounds in extra savings have hit back at NHS Improvement’s claims they recruited too many staff.
Trust launches pioneering baby screening pathwaySubscription
Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Greater Manchester has launched a new approach to highlight the dangers of drinking in pregnancy to unborn babies.
A group of acute trusts in the North West has been paying critical care nurses band 8 wages for standard shifts, in an effort to lure them away from agency work and back to the NHS.
A surgeon, who blew the whistle about dangerous staffing levels at his hospital, has now written a book that he says he hopes will help give nurses the confidence to speak out about similar concerns.
Community nursing staff to be transferred twiceSubscription
More than 700 community staff in Greater Manchester will have to transfer to a new employer twice in quick succession.
Tameside Hospital in Greater Manchester is to become the first health service provider in the UK to set up a permanent food bank collection on site.
Several trusts have indicated they will struggle to reduce spending on agency nurses in line with the targets set by regulators.