Click on the links below to access key reports and recommendations on the Health Service which have been published.
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
Reshaping the Workforce to Deliver the Care Patients Need - a research report from the Nuffield Trust
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