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vrijdag 13 oktober 2017

London domiciliary care provider placed in ‘special measures’

London domiciliary care provider placed in 'special measures'
A Westminster-based domiciliary care service has been rated as "inadequate" by inspectors and placed in special measures, after failing to address key care and safety concerns.
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WHO makes appointment to new chief nursing officer post
Elizabeth Iro has been revealed today as the World Health Organization's new chief nursing officer following a campaign to boost nurse representation among the global body's leadership.
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Boost to advanced nurse training in A&E workforce plans
The number of advanced nurse practitioners working in accident and emergency settings is set to grow over the next two years, as part of national workforce plans to address "significant pressures" on emergency departments in England.
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Audit reveals gaps in pregnancy care for diabetes patients
Diabetes experts have called for urgent action to improve care for pregnant women with the condition, after an audit that suggests many are not getting the right support.
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First Admiral nurse dementia service launches in Dorset
Families in the Purbeck area of Dorset now have access to specialist dementia support, after local fundraising efforts paid for the appointment of a specialist nurse.
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Hospices offer more 'outstanding' care than other services
Regulators have described as "striking" the extremely high standard of care routinely found in the hospices they have inspected.
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