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dinsdag 13 maart 2018

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells hospitals still require improvement, says CQC

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells hospitals still require improvement, says CQC
Significant progress has been made at an NHS trust in Kent, but the Care Quality Commission has told the organisation it still requires improvement, including in its triage assessments, mandatory training for nursing staff and documentation of pain.
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'Substantial increase' in cases of scarlet fever in England
A "substantial increase" in the number of cases of scarlet fever being reported this year has been highlighted by Public Health England, which is urging health practitioners to be "mindful" when assessing patients.
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Law change means nurses can support domestic abuse victims to vote anonymously
Nurses and midwives will be able to support people who have experienced domestic abuse to vote anonymously during elections following a change in law this month.
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Nurse and bed shortages 'risk reversing infection prevention progress'
Crowded NHS hospitals with too few nurses are increasing the risk of bacteria outbreaks and threatening to reverse the progress made by infection control teams in the past 20 years, a charity has warned.
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Surrey students to do placements at famous children's hospital
Student nurses at the University of Surrey are being given the chance to work at one of the world's leading children's hospitals under a new partnership agreement.
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RCN charity calls for applications for three education grants to nurses
The RCN Foundation has announced that three education grants providing up to £5,000 in funding are now open for applications.
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