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April 28, 2015

TSHUMA:NURSE ACCEPTED CASH AND JEWELLERY FROM PATIENT

BRISTOL A nurse had an affair with a patient she met on a psychiatric ward and offered to supply him cannabis, a hearing was told. Esther Tshuma allegedly accepted cash and jewellery from the man at Blackberry Hill Hospital, Hambrook, Bristol. Tshuma also asked the patient if she could assault one of her colleagues, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told. She was working on the Bradley Brook Ward of the psychiatric hospital at the time of the allegations between October 2007 and February 2014.
  April 27, 2015

NEEDHAM:SEXIST HOSPITAL BOSS BOOTED OUT OF PROFESSION

PRESTON, LANCS A sexist hospital director who said he only employed women with 'big breasts' was struck off today (mon). Adrian Needham told his female colleagues wanted to see them pole-dancing and referred to maternity leave as 'f***ing off'. Needham made a string of sexually inappropriate comments in his dual role as director and manager of The Hamptons and Brookhaven, Bamber Bridge, Preston. He told a colleague at the mental health hospital: 'I'm not looking at you, I'm looking at your t*ts.'
 
April 27, 2015

TERRY:NURSE POURED BOTTLE OF WATER OVER PATIENT'S HEAD

RUSTINGTON, WEST SUSSEX A nurse who poured a bottle of water over a patient's head before shouting 'I don't do mental health' has been struck off. Vivien Terry waved her arms in the air and cried 'I give up' after the bizarre incident at Zachary Merton Hospital, Rustington, West Sussex. Just weeks earlier the staff nurse had failed to transfer the same patient to A&E after she broke her leg after falling out of bed. On another occasion Terry called a patient an 'obnoxious bastard' at Zachary Merton Hospital, also in West Sussex.
  April 27, 2015

O'DONNELL:NURSE MANHANLED DEAD CARE HOME RESIDENT

WALLASEY, MERSEYSIDE A nurse manhandled a dead care home resident and joked to colleagues: 'They'll only break his neck at the funeral home.' Colin O'Donnell used scissors to remove the dead man's catheter and syringe driver, leaving the body covered in liquid, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. He then tried to manipulate the resident's neck into a straight position before making his sick remark to a shocked worker at Mariners Park Care Home, Wallasey, Merseyside. Samantha Jones, for the NMC, said O'Donnell was employed full-time at the Merseyside care home between October 2012 and January 2013.
 
April 27, 2015

MALLARI:NURSE RAN PAYDAY LOAN COMPANY INSIDE HOSPITAL

CAMBRIDGE A nurse ran her own payday loan company inside one of Britain's top hospitals and charged staff 10 per cent interest on borrowing of up to £25,000, a tribunal heard. Narcita Mallari made 12 loans to one colleague at Addenbrookes in Cambridge and then became menacing when the £25,000 was not repaid. The nurse was given a suspended sentence at Cambridge Crown Court for running a consumer credit business without a licence, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Mallari charged the same monthly interest rate on loans to five other colleagues, totalling some £7,000.
  April 24, 2015

ADRIAN NEEDHAM: HOSPITAL BOSS WHO LIKED BIG BREASTS FACES BAN

PRESTON A hospital director who said he only employed women with 'big breasts' faces being struck off. Adrian Needham told his female colleagues wanted to see them pole-dancing and referred to maternity leave as 'f***ing off'. Needham made a string of sexually inappropriate comments in his dual role as director and manager of The Hamptons and Brookhaven, Bamber Bridge, Preston. He told a colleague at the mental health hospital: 'I'm not looking at you, I'm looking at your t*ts.' Needham, who claimed he was the victim of a 'witch hunt' was found guilty of a string of allegations at a Nursing and Midwifery Council tribunal.
 
April 21, 2015

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RALPH:CARE HOME MANAGER GYRATED HIPS AGAINST RESIDENT'S BOTTOM

BRISTOL A care home manager gyrated her hips against a 99-year-old resident's bottom, a tribunal heard. Paula Ralph performed the sexy dance at the Crantock Drive Care Home, Bristol, prompting the shocked elderly woman to snap: 'Stop it, you dirty bitch'. Ralph allegedly stood astride residents while they lay down on their beds, forcing one to eat marmite sandwiches and a 'very dry' pizza. She also mocked a young Down's syndrome sufferer in front of other residents during a day trip to Bath, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
  April 20, 2015

WISWOULD:NURSE THREATENED TO KICK PATIENT'S ARSE FOR SMOKING

LINCOLN An 'aggressive' nurse who threatened to kick a patient down the stairs if he caught him smoking was suspended for six months. Lee Wiswould repeatedly drew the patient's cubicle curtain without warning to check he wasn't puffing on a cigarette at the Peter Hodgkinson Centre, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. Wiswould warned the man, referred to as Patient A: 'You better not be otherwise I'll kick your arse downstairs.' Patient A heard Wiswould laughing and joking with colleagues after one of the incidents at the centre, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
April 20, 2015

NEEDHAM:HOSPITAL BOSS WANTED TO SEE LESBIAN POLE-DANCING

PRESTON, LANCS A hospital director told female members of staff he wanted to see them pole-dancing and performing lesbian sex acts, a tribunal heard today (mon). Adrian Needham said he only employed women with 'big breasts' and referred to maternity leave as 'f***ing off,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told. Needham made a string of racist and sexually inappropriate comments in his dual role as director and manager of The Hamptons and Brookhaven, Bamber Bridge, Preston, it is said. He allegedly told a colleague at the mental health hospital: 'I'm not looking at you, I'm looking at your tits.'
  April 16, 2015

BORTHWICK:SLAPPING NURSE LET OFF WITH CAUTION

FLINTSHIRE A nurse who struck a patient suffering with dementia, diabetes, cancer, kidney problems and heart failure because he could not stand up was let off with a caution. Lorna Borthwick slapped the frail man across the legs after she and a colleague struggled for 30 minutes to help him stand. Borthwick gave the man a 'pretty hard slap' as she and a colleague attempted to reposition him on his bed Wepre Villa Care Home, Deeside, Flintshire. Borthwick then asked 'Did I slap him?' when discussing the incident later on, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
April 14, 2015

DAY: SLAPPING NURSE FREE TO WORK AGAIN

PLYMOUTH A nurse convicted of slapping a dementia patient when he lashed out at staff has escaped with a caution. Michelle Day, a nurse at Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, can continue to practice as a nurse despite being convicted of assault by beating at Plymouth District Magistrates' Court. Although she initially denied the assault, Day escaped sanction by the Nursing and Midwifery Council after apologising profusely for her actions. The victim was admitted to the Sharp Ward, the hospital's specialist orthopaedic unit, on 6 December 2013.
  April 14, 2015

BARNES: CARE HOME MANAGER ALLOWED BUG TO RAGE OUT OF CONTROL

CHELTENHAM, GLOUCS A care home manager whose incompetence allowed a bug to rage out of control and affect almost 40 residents and staff has been struck off. Ann Barnes ignored colleague's advice to contact the Health Protection Agency (HPA) after patients were struck down with vomiting and violent diarrhoea. Barnes failed to implement measures to isolate the affected patients, within days 24 vulnerable residents and 14 staff members at Nazareth House Care Home, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, were bedridden. The Norovirus outbreak was so severe that agency nurses had to be drafted in to cover for sick staff, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.

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