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April 17, 2014

MONK: NURSE WATCHED PENSIONER COLLAPSE ON FLOOR

OLDHAM A care home nurse accused of watching a frail pensioner having a fit on the floor for 15 minutes faces an anxious wait over her career. Juliet Monk claimed the elderly woman was 'seeking attention' when she collapsed on the ground in an apparent fit, it is said. She told a care assistant to leave her alone and said 'she can get up off her own steam' after finding the fragile pensioner struggling to lift herself up from her bedroom floor, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Monk also forced a quiet man into communal areas against his will, pushed residents around and twisted the ankle of one elderly man, it is alleged.
  April 16, 2014

MACLEOD: HEADLOCK NURSE DID NOT REPORT ATTACK

BECKENHAM A nurse who saw a colleague holding a patient in a headlock waited five months to report the assault, a tribunal heard. Duncan Macleod witnessed his colleague assault the woman on the Gresham 1 ward - an acute mental health facility at the Royal Bethlem Hospital, Beckenham, Kent. But he kept silent throughout the ensuing police investigation while his colleague, identified only as Nurse X, claimed the patient attacked her, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Five months later Macleod confessed he heard Nurse X threaten the patient and said he had seen her climb on the sofa to get on the patient's back while the vulnerable woman was restrained in a headlock.
 
April 16, 2014

SISON: FONDLING NURSE IS STRUCK OFF

SHEPPERTON, SURREY A nurse who repeatedly groped two colleagues' breasts at a care home has been thrown out of the profession. Oliver Sison sexually assaulted the care assistants over a seven-month period at the Bradbury Centre in Shepperton, Surrey. One of the victims woke up on a number of occasions to find the nurse squeezing her breasts. The married woman did not report the assault as she feared she would be sacked for sleeping on duty.
  April 15, 2014

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MUVUTI: NURSE WHO THREATENED TO CUT QUADRIPLEGIC'S DAUGHTER 'INTO LITTLE PIECES' IS LET OFF WITH A CAUTION

OXFORDSHIRE A nurse who threatened to cut the daughter of a quadriplegic patient 'into little pieces' has been let off with a caution because it was an isolated incident. Greta Muvuti saw the woman as 'competition' and accused her of trying to 'run the show' at Merryfield House Nursing Home in Witney, Oxfordshire. When the daughter, referred to only as Jennifer, insisted her father needed a doctor Muvuti threatened to 'slit her throat', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Muvuti had repeatedly clashed with Jennifer when she attended the home to help staff care for her father's advanced multiple sclerosis.
 
April 15, 2014

CARE HOME MANAGER WHO HID STAFF ABUSE REPORTS KEEPS JOB

NEWPORT, SHROPSHIRE A care home manager who hid reports of staff abusing vulnerable pensioners has been allowed to continue working without restrictions. Beverley Howson was the registered nurse manager when concerned relatives planted a tape recorder in a resident's wheelchair at the Cottage Christian nursing home in Newport, Shropshire. The device 'captured staff shouting and verbal abuse', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. While there was no suggestion Howson took part in the abuse, she failed to report the incidents to the CQC or Telford & Wrekin County Council Adult Social Care.
  April 15, 2014

OPENSHAW: NURSE SUSPENDED FOR CHEESECAKE ROW

STOKE A Priory nurse who yelled at an elderly resident after she refused a second piece of cheesecake during afternoon tea has been suspended for a year. Ruth Openshaw yanked the pensioner's wheelchair from the table and left her alone in her room out of reach of a call bell at the Amberley House Care Home in Bentilee, Stoke-on-Trent. Openshaw also ranted at a care assistant when she was told concerned family wanted her advice, telling her 'They can f***ing ring me if they want me, I am sick of chasing around for f***ing relatives', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Suspending Openshaw from practise for a year, panel chair William Nelson said there was 'no evidence' that the nurse had shown any insight or remorse into her behaviour.
 
April 14, 2014

COOPER: BULLYING NURSE NICKNAMED DELUSIONAL SYRIAN PATIENT ABU HAMZA AFTER THE HOOK-HANDED HATE PREACHER

LEEDS A bullying nurse nicknamed a delusional Syrian patient 'Abu Hamza' after the hook-handed hate preacher, a tribunal heard today (mon). Christopher Cooper allegedly referred to a second patient as a 'fat lazy b*****d' and shouted 'Why the f**k should I make your bed' to a third man at the Newsham Centre, Leeds. He also racially attacked a Zimbabwean colleague behind her back, saying 'We should all club together and get her a one way ticket back to the f*****g country she came from', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Cooper, who has worked as a nurse for 25 years, also targeted a deaf colleague with verbal abuse, calling her a 'deaf c**t' and covering his mouth so she was unable to lip read, it was said.
  April 14, 2014

MCHUGH: NURSE WHO HAD AFFAIR WITH SUICIDAL PATIENT CLAIMED HE WAS VISITING BROTHER-IN-LAW

MERSEYSIDE A nurse who embarked on a relationship with a female patient claimed he was visiting his brother-in-law after he was caught parked outside her home, a tribunal heard today (Mon). Jeffrey McHugh began providing one-to-one treatment to 'Service User X' after she was admitted to an acute mental health unit in the Hasketh Centre, Southport, Merseyside. Their relationship developed and months after her care was transferred, McHugh was spotted visiting her home and reports he bought her presents surfaced, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. When a senior nurse challenged McHugh the registrant denied the relationship and said he parked outside her house because his nearby brother-in-law had 'too many cars', it was said.
 
April 11, 2014

MUVUTI: NURSE FACES WAIT FOR RESULT

WITNEY A nurse who threatened to cut up the daughter of a quadriplegic patient 'into little pieces' faces an anxious wait over the future of her career. Greta Muvuti saw the woman as 'competition' and accused her of trying to 'run the show' at Merryfield House Nursing Home in Witney, Oxfordshire, it was said. When the daughter, referred to only as Jennifer, insisted her father needed a doctor Muvuti threatened to 'slit her throat', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Muvuti had repeatedly clashed with Jennifer when she attended the home to help staff care for her father's advanced multiple sclerosis.
  April 11, 2014

MUVUTI: THREAT NURSE 'COM[PASSIONATE AND PROFESSIONAL'

WITNEY A nurse who threatened to cut up the daughter of a quadriplegic patient 'into little pieces' was the victim of a personal attack by a close-knit family, a tribunal heard. Greta Muvuti saw the woman as 'competition' and accused her of trying to 'run the show' at Merryfield House Nursing Home in Witney, Oxfordshire, it was said. When the daughter, referred to only as Jennifer, insisted her father needed a doctor Muvuti threatened to 'slit her throat', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Muvuti had repeatedly clashed with Jennifer when she attended the home to help staff care for her father's advanced multiple sclerosis.
 
April 10, 2014

GRIMWADE: MIDWIFE FAILED MOTHER OF STILLBORN BABY

DERBY A blundering midwife is facing a ban today (Thurs) after she was found guilty of providing sub-standard care to a high-risk mother who gave birth to a still-born baby. Helen Grimwade failed to raise the alarm when the 27-year-old woman went into labour while suffering from high blood pressure. She did not put a plan in place to check the expectant mother's pulse every fifteen minutes, and left at the end of the shift without updating records properly because she was 'tired.' The midwife confessed to a series of mistakes to the Nursing and Midwifery Council in her treatment of the woman, known as Patient A.
  April 07, 2014

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MONK: ABUSIVE CARE HOME NURSE WATCHED FRAIL PENSIONER STRUGGLE TO GET UP OFF FLOOR FOR 15 MINUTES

OLDHAM An abusive care home nurse watched a frail pensioner suffering a fit as she struggled to lift herself off the floor for 15 minutes, a tribunal heard. Juliet Monk is accused of verbally, mentally and physically abused residents with mental health problems on the Brookdale Unit at St George's Care Centre, Moorside, Oldham. She said one fallen woman was 'seeking attention' when she collapsed on the floor in an apparent fit, it was said. And she instructed a care assistant to 'leave her alone, she can get up off her own steam' when she found a fragile woman on the floor in her bedroom, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.

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