Category list : The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust
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A children’s community nurse and her friend, both from Wolverhampton, have signed up to undertake a wing-walk for charity and are urging others to join them in their cash-raising adventure.
A children’s community nurse from the Midlands has signed up to undertake a dizzying wing walk to raise money for charity.
Six nurses have been honoured at a national awards event for NHS staff from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
A nurse-led initiative in which hospice staff have taken their expertise on end of life care into prison settings has been recognised with an award.
Dr Cheryl Etches, chief nurse and deputy chief executive at The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, has retired after 38 years of service.
The board of a hospital trust in the West Midlands has agreed to reduce the numbers of registered nurses on its wards and replace them with the new nursing associate role.
Dr Cheryl Etches, chief nurse and deputy chief executive of The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, has announced that she will be retiring from the NHS at the end of March 2018.
Sensors in soap dispensers could soon be used to check whether nurses have washed their hands, according to the first trust to trial “TeleTracking” technology in the NHS.
Up to five more NHS trusts look set to trial sophisticated tracking technology, as part of efforts to improve bed management and patient experiences.
Sensors in soap dispensers could soon be used to check whether nurses have washed their hands, the first trust to trial “TeleTracking” technology in the NHS has told Nursing Times.