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NHS Resolution and Care Quality Commission sign new Memorandum of Understanding

NHS Resolution and Care Quality Commission (CQC) have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding It sets out how we will work together to share information. The agreement will support services to provide high-quality and safe patient care. NHS Resolution is an arm’s length body of …

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#NationalWalkingMonth – walking as a means of achieving and maintaining wellbeing

To mark the National Walking Month of May, Dr Rineke Schram, Lead Assessment and Remediation Adviser at NHS Resolution, describes her recent commitment to walking and the benefits this has brought her. The pandemic intensified a recent focus in the West on both our physical …

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Peterborough woman fails in ‘fundamentally dishonest’ bid to sue hospital for accident at work injury

A 35-year-old woman from Peterborough has been found to be ‘fundamentally dishonest’ by a judge, who has rejected her claim for damages against her previous employer and ordered her to pay back legal costs. Natasha Griffin was working as a trainee healthcare assistant at North …

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Case of Note: JA v. Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (High Court, 26 January 2022 – Eyre J.)

Introduction This hearing involved an attempt to re-open a clinical negligence claim over fifteen years after it had originally been discontinued during a hearing before another High Court judge. Details JA was born in 1997 and suffers from severe cerebral palsy.  He was delivered by …

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