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Nurses commended for work

25th May 2011

Nurses at Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust have adopted the Productive Ward programme across all wards and been commended by regulators for their work on the initiative.

Implementation included the introduction of protected meal times, monitoring of infection rates, high impact interventions, clinical outcomes, clinical incidents and near misses and staffing outcomes. The trust’s board heard that the programme had been observed and commended by a recent Care Quality Commission’s unannounced visit, said Matron Jackie Hole, who has been leading the national programme for the trust.


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Article Information

Title: Nurses commended for work
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 18594
Date Added: 25th May 2011


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