Robert Francis QC, the chairman of a public inquiry into Stafford Hospital, is set to deliver a damning verdict on the whole of the health service, according to reports.
- Greater regulation of NHS managers and an overhaul of training for nurses and unqualified health care assistants
- Radical changes to the supervision and regulation of health care are required to protect patients and to respond to a “tide of public anger” about the scandal
- "Systemic" failings in NHS regulation
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