Tag Archives: Recruitment and Retention

Making a Difference in Dementia: Refreshed Nursing Vision and Strategy (Department of Health)

Summary The Department of Health has updated the Making a Difference in Dementia: Nursing Vision and Strategy (first published in 2013), which clarifies the role(s) and responsibilities of nurses when providing care and support for people with dementia. It explains … Continue reading

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Putting Patients First: NHS England’s Business Plan for 2014/15 to 2016/17 (NHS England)

Summary NHS England has updated the “Putting Patients First” business plan. This report reaffirms NHS England’s commitment to improving the quality of care; improving equality and reducing health inequalities; and ensuring that patients and the public are involved in decisions … Continue reading

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Care Makers Hub (NHS Employers / NHS England)

Summary The Care Makers Programme was launched in December 2012 to support the “Compassion in Practice” nursing, midwifery and care staff strategy. It is led by NHS Employers and NHS England. The online hub provides care makers with tools and resources, and … Continue reading

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Compassion in Practice: Implementation Plans (NHS England)

Summary Compassion in Practice is the three-year vision and strategy for nursing, midwifery and care staff, as created by Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer for England (CNO) at NHS England (previously the NHS Commissioning Board), and Viv Bennett, Director … Continue reading

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Putting Patients First: NHS England’s Business Plan for 2013/14 – 2015/16 (NHS England)

Summary NHS England has published a business plan oriented towards putting patients at the entre of improving care. “Putting patients first: the NHS England business plan for 2013/14 – 2015/16” is a three-year plan for measuring health and care service performance using … Continue reading

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Making a Difference in Dementia: Nursing Vision and Strategy (Department of Health)

Summary The Making a Difference in Dementia strategy recognises the “unique and specialist contribution” that nurses can make in the care of people with dementia. The vision / strategy demonstrates the 6Cs for dementia care (Care, Compassion, Competence, Communication, Courage, Commitment) … Continue reading

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Compassion in Nursing, Midwifery and Care (NHS Commissioning Board)

Summary This report explains the Chief Nursing Officer for England Jane Cummings’ three-year strategy for building a culture of compassionate care into all areas nursing, midwifery and care staff practice. Actions will include recruiting, appraising and training staff according to … Continue reading

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