How to take a trust out of special measures
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How to take a trust out of special measures

Elaine Cole @prideinnursing Managing editor, Nursing Standard

Thanks to consultant nurse Cliff Evans and a team of senior staff, patients at an emergency department in south east England are no longer being treated in corridors

Medway NHS Foundation Trust, Kent, has spent more time in special measures over the past four years than any other trust.

Nursing Management. 24, 6, 16-18. doi: 10.7748/nm.24.6.16.s23

Published online: 28 September 2017

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