Click on the links below to access key reports and recommendations on the Health Service which have been published over the last year:
The Shape of Caring Review - In this report Lord Willis, Chair of the review, makes 34 recommendations for the future education and training of nurses and care assistants.
Francis Report – following inquiry into failings at Mid Staffs NHS Foundation trust (290 recommendations)
Willis Commission - full report and recommendations of the Commission entitled "Quality with compassion: the future of nursing education"
Keogh Report – review of urgent and emergency care in England
Clwyd-Hart Report – called for major overhaul of how the NHS handles complaints
Berwick Report – review into patient safety
Cavendish Review – final report on Health Care Assistants and Support Workers in the NHS and social care
This guide is designed to direct you to the most useful resources for subjects taught and researched in the Faculty of Health Sciences, and don't forget if you are a student or a member of staff please get in contact with us if you have any questions, discover that any of the links don't work, or if you know of any great resources not included.
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