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  • Trusts
  • In Wye Valley we've been looking at staffing out of hours and at night time particularly to ensure that we've got the right staffing to meet demand, and at both trusts we've been really focussed on staff flu vaccination. (healthbusinessuk.net)
  • Margaret contributes to postgraduate and undergraduate teaching in the School of Health and Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences and provides training at local NHS hospital Trusts. (uclan.ac.uk)
  • The term - used by the Red Cross last week - came about after the charity was called into help at 20 hospital trusts struggling to cope with patient numbers. (lep.co.uk)
  • Of all the 51 trusts in the North of England Commissioning Region, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals' figures on cancelled ops are worse than all apart from the likes of Sheffield and Leeds. (lep.co.uk)
  • The Judgement is very interesting in that it highlights a problem in the NHS competition landscape: the potential impact on NHS Trusts and their ability to deliver other services where they lose significant contracts in value and staff. (lexology.com)
  • As a consequence of losing the contract, the Trusts would have to restructure their pathways, making it more difficult for the Trusts to deliver other similar public services which they are contracted to deliver, staff and resources would need to be reorganised, and there was evidence that there may be a loss of senior staff which could impact on other public services provided by the Trusts. (lexology.com)
  • Nurses
  • If you want to see how this might affect the number of nurses in training, Bolton University and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, which moved to a fee-paying system in 2014, provides some indication of the possible impact. (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • Eleven student nurses, who this week are approaching the end of their three-year self-funded studies, are celebrating their achievements at the University of Bolton before graduating and taking their places in hospitals across the North West later this year. (thhb.co.uk)
  • The University of Bolton has pioneered the self-funded degree training course and provided the first non-commissioned nursing programme in England, with subsequent intakes of undergraduate nurses now studying at teaching hospitals in Manchester, Bolton and shortly, Wigan. (thhb.co.uk)
  • programme
  • Participates in the rolling rotation of staff to work in the CHAS at Home team and NHS secondment programme. (docplayer.net)
  • Learning and Development Takes responsibility for continuing professional development by maintaining and developing clinical skills and knowledge relevant to the needs of the service, identifying own training and development needs that contribute to organisational goals and objectives through participating on staff review and development programme. (docplayer.net)
  • Manchester
  • Papers relating to the conditions of employment of members of the University Medical School undertaking clinical roles for the Manchester Regional Hospital Board. (jisc.ac.uk)
  • Phoebe was placed under the care of Manchester Children's Hospital, where she attends three monthly clinics and extra visits for chest X-rays, blood tests, ultrasounds and physio fitness tests. (lep.co.uk)
  • Specialist
  • We are working with local health and social care organisations to make sure enough services are available to enable people to keep well at home and support them to leave hospital promptly when they no longer require our specialist care. (lep.co.uk)
  • patients
  • Critics say it is a punitive tax on the sick after it was revealed NHS hospitals in England made £174m from charging patients, visitors and staff for parking in 2016/17. (pendletoday.co.uk)
  • Unless there are concerns about cancer, patients who present with an additional problem will be referred back to their GP for assessment - meaning they may never need to visit hospital about that complaint. (lep.co.uk)
  • It blamed an increase in patients being seen at A&E, the numbers of elderly people unable to be discharged from hospital and the need to focus resources on an increasing number of patients with serious condition. (lep.co.uk)
  • We are now seeing a constant steady rise in the number of elderly people with urgent care needs both attending and being admitted to hospital and an increase in the length of time patients are staying in hospital. (lep.co.uk)
  • We hope patients and their families can see that all of our staff are absolutely committed to making sure anyone who requires urgent treatment is admitted to hospital promptly and are doing all we can to continue to provide the highest standard of care. (lep.co.uk)
  • However, it comes as Pulse revealed last week that nearly 420 extra GPs will be needed to staff the service, based on the model floated by health secretary Jeremy Hunt - which GP leaders warned would mean longer waiting times for appointments at patients' regular GP practices. (pulsetoday.co.uk)
  • Nurse
  • Staff Nurse - Endoscopy Bupa Cromwell Hospital London Permanent Full time 37.5 hours, shift patterns: Monday- Friday 08:00-18:00 Saturday on-call r. (careerbuilder.co.uk)
  • Lead Nurse - Surgical Cromwell Hospital London Permanent Circ £61,000pa Full Time A bit about us Bupa is one of the most well-known and respecte. (careerbuilder.co.uk)
  • JOB IDENTIFICATION Job Title: Staff Nurse Job Family: Care Location: Rachel House or Robin House Responsible to: Charge Nurse Salary: CHAS Band 5 2. (docplayer.net)
  • Until recently Phoebe had an outreach nurse from the Lancashire Teaching Hospital to flush her Port-A-Cath, a device under her skin which fed into her heart to allow us to administer medications. (lep.co.uk)
  • beds
  • She said: "We were told by ambulance staff that wards were queuing outside as there were no beds. (lep.co.uk)
  • He said: "Hospitals have closed beds and streamlined, but the population is growing and we're struggling to match demand. (lep.co.uk)
  • Non-clinical reasons include no beds available on the ward, no critical care beds, staff not available (including surgeons, anaesthetists and theatre staff), an emergency case taking prioirty in the theatre, essential equipment not working, or an administrative error. (lep.co.uk)
  • The hospital has 767 beds and employs more than 3,000 members of staff. (cqc.org.uk)
  • clinical
  • For clinical staff, research studies enable them to keep learning and developing their own skills and experiences, through both theory and practice. (lancashirecare.nhs.uk)
  • Participates in teaching of registered and non-registered staff with the support and guidance of the Nursing Clinical Effectiveness Team. (docplayer.net)
  • We observed good caring by all levels of clinical and medical staff, and high levels of patient satisfaction for the way that staff delivered treatment and care. (cqc.org.uk)
  • The hospital was using evidence-based clinical pathways. (cqc.org.uk)
  • Council
  • The original partnership between Lancashire Care and Chorley Council has spread to include the Richmond Fellowship, a third sector organisation working with our community restart team. (lancashirecare.nhs.uk)
  • The subject of this challenge was a procurement process under the 'light touch regime' in the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the 'PCR'), run by Lancashire County Council (the 'Council') for 0-19 Public Health and Nursing Services. (lexology.com)
  • postgraduate
  • Some organisations and companies fund the cost of postgraduate studies for their employees as they recognise the value of having well qualified staff. (ljmu.ac.uk)
  • team
  • Interviews with ten members of the renal care team using the service revealed more efficient use of staff time, reduced travel, peace of mind, and higher job satisfaction. (homedialysis.org)
  • universities
  • Partnerships with universities and hospitals are a key part of our approach to research. (lancashirecare.nhs.uk)
  • On the one hand, the government argues that this will create an additional 10,000 university places by making it more financially rewarding for universities to provide places on nursing courses, ultimately significantly increasing the pool of qualified staff. (kingsfund.org.uk)
  • place
  • Last-minute cancellations are classed as procedures called off on the day a patient is due to arrive in hospital, or after they have arrived, or on the day the operation is scheduled to take place. (lep.co.uk)
  • In hospital every day there are at least 40 people, who cannot be discharged because arrangements aren't in place to meet their ongoing health and social care needs. (lep.co.uk)
  • care
  • Lancashire Dementia Care Consultation. (uclan.ac.uk)
  • Under supervision may occasionally co-ordinate a shift, or part of a shift, delegating tasks to staff according to the requirements and their individual abilities making sure that high standards of nursing care are maintained. (docplayer.net)
  • Participates in induction and training for new nursing staff, nursing support workers, care support volunteers and students, enabling them to maintain the expected standards of care set by the organisation. (docplayer.net)
  • Delays in access to records lead to delays in care, and filing systems made accessing information within hospital records difficult. (cqc.org.uk)
  • fund
  • Rebecca Ferguson, Deputy Head of Fundraising for Blue Skies Hospitals Fund, said: "We would like to say a big 'thank you' to everyone who helped to raise money for the Heart of Gold Charitable Fund. (blackpoolgazette.co.uk)
  • people
  • She continued: "We appreciate that some people can't afford hospital carpark charges, so offer concessions for a number of patient and carer groups to ensure that those who attend hospital frequently or have a long stay aren't financially disadvantaged. (pendletoday.co.uk)
  • People in receipt of certain welfare benefits may be eligible to claim back the cost of hospital parking from the national Healthcare Travel Cost Scheme. (pendletoday.co.uk)
  • Liberal Democrat Health spokesman Noramn Lamb said: "Hospital car park charges amount to a tax on sickness, with people who are chronically ill or disabled bearing the brunt. (pendletoday.co.uk)
  • local
  • These staff were full-time academic members of the Medical School, who were appointed to honorary consultant posts at local hospitals (in a similar way to hospital consultants being appointed as honorary academic staff at the Medical School). (jisc.ac.uk)
  • website
  • For further details, including the visiting times for each of our hospitals, please visit our website at www.bfwh.nhs.uk. (yellow.place)
  • 2019
  • NHS Improvement (NHSI) expects the 35,000-strong waiting list in Central Lancashire to fall by 3,459 before the end of March 2019. (lep.co.uk)
  • roles
  • Many sessions are co-taught with other community nursing programmes enabling you to gain a better understanding and appreciation of the roles played by, and the challenges faced by, other healthcare specialists. (ljmu.ac.uk)