Tagged: NHS Constitution

News in brief

Child sexual exploitation – warning signs for health professionals The Office of the Children’s Commissioner’s report on Child Sexual Exploitation in Gangs and Groups (November 2012) includes a ‘Warning signs and vulnerabilities’ checklist of behaviour seen in children at risk, … Read more → – News in brief

Results of the 2012 NHS staff survey published

The results of the 2012 NHS staff survey have been published today. A total of 202,000 NHS staff were invited to participate by postal questionnaire. Responses were received from 101,000 staff, a response rate of 50% (compared to 53.7% in … Read more → – Results of the 2012 NHS staff survey published

Overview of responses to NHS Constitution consultation published

The government has today published a report providing an overview of responses to the consultation on strengthening the NHS Constitution. This report sets out changes to the guiding ‘Principles of the NHS Constitution’ only, and does not address any other … Read more → – Overview of responses to NHS Constitution consultation published

Expert group to oversee strengthening of NHS Constitution

The proposed strengthening of the NHS Constitution will be overseen by an expert group chaired by Minister of State for Care Services Norman Lamb. The group’s role will be to: oversee the consultation on strengthening the NHS Constitution, launched on … Read more → – Expert group to oversee strengthening of NHS Constitution

New rights for NHS patients

Proposed changes to the NHS Constitution will give patients stronger rights Health Minister Norman Lamb has announced. Single sex accommodation will be included in the constitution for the first time, along with stronger rights for patients to be told about … Read more → – New rights for NHS patients