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Professor Tim Orchard, Trust medical director, reflects on the issues raised from the tragic death from sepsis of six-year old Jack Adcock at Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2011
How a 19-year-old university student and an 90-year-old retired solicitor are using their experiences to improve how we care for and communicate with patients.
Stroke clinical nurse specialist Ismalia de Sousa explains how she uses quality improvement to help other nurses make improvements for patients.
Linda Batten manages Witherow ward at St Mary’s Hospital – a ward dedicated to the care of older patients, where patience, flexibility and good conversation are all part of a day’s work.
Here Dr William Oldfield, deputy medical director and respiratory consultant, explains how we want to continue to evolve our services to ensure the latest advances deliver better results for patients.
The role of private healthcare within the NHS has never been without controversy. And increasingly, as episode two of the latest series of BBC Two’s Hospital shows, the choice between NHS and…