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Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust first to implement CSC's complete next-generation pathology suite

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust will be the first to implement the full suite of CSC’s next-generation laboratory products to help meet the evolving demands and requirements of a modern pathology service. […]

The Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Report: A prescription for change?

Robert Francis QC’s inquiry into the appalling failures in care at the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust follows in the footsteps of some forty previous inquiries into the NHS in the last four decades – a point which he made in his opening address to the Inquiry. He also noted that his inquiry was investigating many of the same areas which the Bristol Royal Infirmary Inquiry considered in detail some ten years earlier. He was clearly conscious of the danger of his inquiry not translating into real change within the healthcare system. […]

Fibrelite Chosen for New State of the Art City Centre Retail Centre

Fibrelite, the world’s largest manufacturer of lightweight composite access covers has supplied 190 trench covers (FM45) to be installed at a state of the art Shopping Centre; chosen for their health and safety benefits. This contemporary retail development once finished will have a floor space of 1million sq ft and a forecasted footfall of 23 million visitors in its first year. […]

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY ' YOUNG PEOPLE DECIDE

Children from Manchester have learnt about the consequences of taking and sharing sexual pictures and video content of themselves, as part of this year’s Safer Internet Day, Tuesday 5th February. […]

Ixis keeps its head in the G-Cloud following new contract win with CQC

The government’s G-Cloud procurement framework is reaping rewards for web specialist Ixis, which has recently secured another major contract following their appointment to the second stage of the programme , G-Cloud II. […]

MCA REPORT HIGHLIGHTS HOW CHOICE IN PUBLIC SERVICES SHOULD BE PROMOTED AND DELIVERED

The Government should be much clearer about what it means by choice in public services, according to a new report published recently by the MCA (Management Consultancies Association). And ministers should launch a massive campaign – through new Choice Concordats – to increase the information that is provided to citizens, explain the available choices and improve understanding of their consequences. […]