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August 21, 2014

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BIRCH: SKIN CLINIC PATIENT WHO WENT FOR CROW'S FEET TREATMENT LEFT WITH LUMPY FACE

MANCHESTER A woman went to a skin care clinic for treatment to combat crow's feet and ended up with an unsightly two inch lump on her face, a tribunal heard today (thurs). Janice Birch had been treating the woman for a number of years whilst managing director at the Blemish Clinic, Middleton, Manchester. Birch injected the patient with Novabel, a former treatment for crow's feet, without the relevant consent in June 2010, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. After developing a lump around her eye Birch allegedly urged the patient not to seek GP treatment, leaving the patient with permanent facial disfigurement.
  August 21, 2014

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GUEST: NURSE LAUGHED AT DEMENTIA RESIDENT COVERED IN THEIR OWN FAECES

DUDLEY, WEST MIDLANDS A nurse laughed and continued eating when she saw an 'end-of-life' dementia resident desperately running around for help, a tribunal heard today (thurs). Michelle Guest allegedly continued to laugh and was even rude when she eventually washed him over 15 minutes later at Netherton Green Residential Home, Dudley, West Midlands. During the same night shift in August 2011, Guest ignored another resident who sustained a head injury and decided not to provide any treatment, it is said. Another end-of-life resident was also left in a soiled state after Guest told colleagues to leave her for the morning shift team, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
August 20, 2014

LARKIN: NURSE FALSIFIED RECORDS FOR DEAD PARENT

WAKEFIELD A nurse falsified records before checking on a patient who died from a heart attack during a 'busy, mad shift' a hearing was told. The elderly woman needed full nursing care at the Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Nurse Janet Larkin completed hourly records on the Intentional Round Form showing she had assessed her patient between 13:00 and 19:00 on March 9 last year, Larkin claimed she checked the patient's level of pain, personal care, position and ability to access her buzzer if she needed help.
  August 20, 2014

TORRES: CARE HOME MANAGER USED COMPANY CASH TO BUY HERSELF NEW MOBILE PHONE AND DISHED OUT FUNDS TO FAMILY

HERTS A care home manager used a company credit card to buy herself a new mobile phone and dished out funds from petty cash to her family, a tribunal heard. Sophia Torres asked her employers for a loan to buy her husband a new car and pay off her mortgage repayments while working at Monread Lodge Care Home, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, it is said. She then bought herself a new mobile phone using company funds, despite being told it was not allowed. Torres would also covertly remove petty cash from the company to give to her relatives, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
August 20, 2014

BROWN: NEEDLE-SWIPING NURSE CAUGHT WITH DRUGS STASH IN HOME IS STRUCK OFF

BATH A nurse caught with a stash of hospital drugs in her home after she was spotted swiping needles full of morphine has been struck off. Jennifer Brown pocketed two white syringes of Oramorph from the Royal United Hospital in Bath where she had worked since 2008. Police later found a stash of painkillers and syringes at her home and she was given caution for theft. Brown asked a colleague for the keys to the controlled drug cupboard in July last year.
  August 20, 2014

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MURRAY:NURSE CLEARED OF MAKING PENSIONER PUNCH HIMSELF

PRESTON, LANCS A nurse has been cleared of making a pensioner punch himself in the face and ordering care home residents to bed against their will. John Murray allegedly restrained the 'startled' pensioner who had lashed out at him during the night shift of 30 January last year. It was claimed Murray grabbed the elderly dementia sufferer by the wrists and made him punch himself in the face. The nurse was further accused of snoozing through the night shift after ordering residents to bed at the Priory Park Care Home in Preston, Lancs.
 
August 19, 2014

JONES: NURSE POCKETED LEFTOVER MORPHINE

CHESTER A nurse was caught pocketing leftover morphine after she administered the drug to patients, a tribunal heard today. Karen Jones was allegedly spotted by a colleague as she took 7.5milligrams of the addictive opiate on two separate occasions at the Countess of Chester Hospital. Jones aroused suspicion the when she grabbed one vial on 10 December 2011, which led to her being seen 'stealing' for a second time the next day, it is said. The nurse denied taking the two vials during an internal investigation, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
  August 19, 2014

KIRK: NURSE BLUNDERS IN BABY DEATH

LEEDS A baby died during birth after a senior midwife failed to recognise warning signs that 'should have been second nature', a tribunal heard today (TUES). Janette Kirk failed to identify the baby's heart rate was abnormal, depriving the mother of emergency medical help, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. By the time the patient was given an emergency caesarean the distressed baby's skull had fractured on her pelvis and could not be saved. Kirk faces a string of charges relating to her care of two patients at St James' Hospital in Leeds.
 
August 19, 2014

MURRAY: NURSE MADE PATIENT HIT HIMSELF

PRESTON A nurse grabbed an elderly dementia sufferer by the wrists and made him punch himself in the face, a tribunal heard. John Murray allegedly restrained the 'startled' pensioner who had lashed out at him for checking his continence pad without warning. The nurse had snoozed through the night shift on 30 January last year after ordering residents to bed, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Murray also lifted one elderly woman by the legs to clean her and a soiled man for day staff to clean at the Priory Park Care Home in Preston, Lancs, it is said.
  August 18, 2014

BUTLER:NURSERY MANAGER GRABBED BOY BY ARM AND MARCHED HIM TO LOO

BIRMINGHAM An Ofsted inspector told a misconduct hearing today (mon) how children were threatened and called 'stupid' at a day care centre. Nursery manager Tina Butler allegedly grabbed a boy by the arms, marched him to the toilet and scrubbed him with a wet wipe. Ofsted inspector Rebecca Johnson told the Nursing and Midwifery Council there was the 'constant theme' of children being threatened at the Green Nursery, Wythall, Birmingham. Describing her visit to the nursery on 24 June last year, Mr Johnson said it was the 'hardest thing' she has to do in 15 years as an Oftsted inspector.
 
August 18, 2014

UNDERWOOD:CARE HOME BOSS IGNORED HOME ABUSE CLAIMS

CREWE, CHESHIRE A care home manager who ignored reports about nurses taunting residents has been struck off. Ailsa Underwood failed to act over concerns that staff were mistreating residents at Madeley Manor Care Home, Crewe, Cheshire. Underwood also failed to call for medical assistance after a resident broke his neck. Her eight-month tenure at the home was found to have been blighted by managerial errors, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  August 18, 2014

TAYLOR:NURSE KEPT INDECENT IMAGES OF BOYS AS YOUNG AS TWO

MANCHESTER, NORTH WALES A nurse who kept indecent images of children as young as two has been struck off. Mark Taylor, 41, obtained some of the photos through a gay online chatroom site and would store the images on two computer devices. Taylor was convicted at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court of seven counts of producing indecent images of boys between the ages of two and 14. He was sentenced to a thee year supervision requirement and made to sign the sex offenders' register for 5 years.

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