My first novel is out. It Wasn't Always Late Summer is a mystery/suspense story of Mary, a teenage mum living in a tower block on a 'broken' run down housing estate infested with prostitution and drugs, and Annie, a child whose life had been stolen a generation before and whose ghostly presence links the central characters in a thrilling conclusion.
There has been in recent years concern that care in the NHS has not been sufficiently 'patient centred', or responsive to the needs of the patient on a case basis. It has been felt in care that it as been the patient who has had to adapt to the regime of care, rather than the other way around. Putting patients at the centre of care means being responsive to their needs and supporting them through the process of health care delivery. Patients should not become identikit sausages in a production line. The nurses body, the Nursing and Midwifery Council has responded to this challenge with a revised code of practice reflection get changes in health and social care since the previous code was published in 2008. The Code describes the professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses and midwives. Four themes describe what nurses and midwives are expected to do: prioritise people practise effectively preserve safety, and promote professionalism and trust. The
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