After Francis: making a difference: report, together with formal minutes and oral and written evidence

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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Health Committee
Date of publication
18 September 2013
House of Commons papers, session 2013/14; HC 657
Health Services
Social welfare
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In this report the Committee gives its view on the principal recommendations of the report of the public inquiry into the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust undertaken by Robert Francis QC. The Committee will be keeping the Government's response to the full set of recommendations made by Robert Francis under review as part of its ongoing programme of scrutiny. This report covers recommendations on: openness and transparency in the NHS; whistleblowing; care standards; nursing and healthcare assistant staff; and the regulatory system

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