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September 17, 2014

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MATOVU:MIDWIFE WENT HOME INSTEAD OF HELPING PATIENT WHO LATER DIED

ROMFORD, ESSEX A senior midwife who went home instead of helping a heavily pregnant woman and her unborn child who later died has been banned for three months. Rebecca Matovu failed to help ailing Sareena Ali, 27, despite desperate pleas from family that she was in agony at Queen's Hospital, Romford, Essex. Matovu ignored three calls from Ms Ali's panic stricken husband and brother, even refusing to help when the family resorted to banging on the nursing station doors. When she heard Mrs Ali was cold and unresponsive, Matovu went home instead of helping resuscitation efforts as her shift had ended, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  September 17, 2014

HIGHTON: BAN FOR NURSE WHO GAVE PATIENT CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

OXFORD A nurse who disclosed confidential patient matters to a depressed mother when she visited her more than 100 times has been suspended for six months. Angela Highton exchanged text and social media messages with the woman patient every day between February 2009 and November 2011 and discussed suicidal patients. The 'intense and sustained' level of contact became so great there was an 'absolute dissolution' between their professional and personal lives, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Highton, who worked for the Oxford NHS Trust, even got the patient's husband to mend her car. She first came into contact with the patient shortly after the birth of her daughter when she was suffering from post natal depression.
 
September 16, 2014

BATTUNG: NURSE GROPED HOSPITAL CLEANER AS HE PUT THE BINS OUT

BRISTOL A male intensive care nurse groped a shocked hospital cleaner as he changed the bins after pursuing him for months, a hearing was told. Alison (corr) Battung, who worked at Bristol Royal Infirmary, allegedly molested his colleague after more than a year of inappropriate behaviour. Despite being turned down on a number of occasions the nurse continued with his unwanted advances. Battung tried to kiss his colleague, offered to take him out for dinner and tried to lure him into the changing rooms with him.
  September 15, 2014

PETERS:NURSE SWIPED LAGER FROM ELDERLY RESIDENT TO MAKE SHANDY

WARRINGTON A nurse who took lager from an elderly dementia sufferer's room to make Christmas shandies has been struck off. Clare Peters helped herself to beer from the resident's room because she didn't have enough to make a large jug of the drink at Abbey Court, Warrington, Cheshire. After Peters removed the drink she finished her concoction and handed out beverages to residents and herself while on duty on 23 December 2012. Peters failed to respect Resident A's dignity because she failed to gain his permission for the alcohol, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 15, 2014

MCKAY:NURSE'S INSENSTIVE MESSAGE AFTER DEATH OF GRAN

LUTON, BEDS A senior care home nurse left a voicemail message saying: 'Hi, your grandmother is dead, she was found on the floor with blood around her head, I think she may have had a heart attack, goodbye.' Monica McKay allegedly left the phone recording after finding the 88-year-old woman collapsed on the floor at Capwell Grange Nursing Home, Oakley Road, Luton, Bedfordshire. The nurse failed to perform CPR or call an ambulance after finding the woman unconscious with no pulse. She dialled the non-emergency 111 number and police and ambulance were sent to the scene, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard today (mon).
  September 15, 2014

PLIMMER:NURSE LEFT DEMENTIA SUFFERER LYING IN HER URINE

NEWPORT, SHROPSHIRE A cruel nurse who left an elderly dementia sufferer on the floor in in a pool of her own urine has been struck off. Gill Plimmer distressed the elderly lady when shouting at her, ignoring pleas for help and leaving her in a dining room by herself. Plimmer also failed to make a full assessment of the patient after she had fallen from her wheelchair at Cottage Christian Nursing Home, Newport, Shropshire and she was left in a pool of her own ur On 3 October 2012 Plimmer was persistently rude to the patient, shouting 'I've told the girls to put you in bed last,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 12, 2014

SOLTYS: RACIST NURSE SUSPENDED FOR 12 MONTHS

READING A racist nurse who told colleagues that black people in her home country were treated 'like tarmac on the road' has been suspended for a year. Katarzyna Soltys shocked fellow workers with her offensive views at the Parkside House Nursing Home, Reading, Berks. Soltys referred to one colleague as 'black Esther' and swore in front of residents while using the telephone, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Susan James, a former colleague and care assistant for six years, told the panel Soltys made a series of racist comments during a conversation.
  September 12, 2014

OKUNLOLA: TWO NURSES STRUCK OFF FOR GIVING FALSE EMPLOYMENT REFERENCES

DARTFORD, KENT Two nurses who provided fraudulent employment references for family and friends have been struck off. Akinyemi Okunlola and Akinola Kuforiji claimed seven people had worked with them at the Bracton Centre, Dartford, Kent. Okunlola even produced a false reference for his wife on 23 January 2013 - before claiming she was his uncle's spouse when investigated by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. The two nurses were trying to get the friends and relatives jobs with the Allied Health Group, Reed Recruitment Agency and NHS Professionals, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 11, 2014

MILLER:CASH GIFTS NURSE CLEARED OF MISCONDUCT

MACCLESFIELD A nurse who accepted hundreds of pounds from a depressed patient has been cleared of misconduct. Susanne Miller took a £1000 gift and 'solicited' £300 from the patient she met while working at Macclesfield District General Hospital out-of-hours service. Miller first struck up a friendship with the woman, who suffered from depression and poor physical health, in late 2011, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. The nurse first came into contact with the patient in 2011 when she telephoned out-of-office services, and Miller handed over her email address and telephone number.
  September 11, 2014

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DUNN: CRACK HEAD NURSE AT CARE HOME

NORTH SOMERSET A junkie nurse who went to work at a care home drugged and drunk has been banned from the profession. Rebecca Dunn admitted using heroin and crack cocaine while working at Winscombe Hall Care Home in north Somerset. Dunn also attended the home for elderly residents, under the influence of alcohol on several occasions between December 2012 and February 2013. She began experimenting with harder substances in March 2013 as she battled an undisclosed medical condition, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.
 
September 10, 2014

SANUSI:NURSE WHO THOUGHT DEAD PATIENT WAS TAKING NAP KEEPS JOB

SOUTHEND, ESSEX A nurse who thought a dead patient was having an afternoon nap has escaped a ban from the profession. Abosede Sanusi could not understand why porters at Southend Hospital in Essex had arrived to take the body away. She also nodded off three times during a meeting with relatives of a dying patient, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. The tribunal decided Sanusi did not replace observation notes on the dead patient stating he was alive with the letters 'RIP.'
  September 10, 2014

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NKOSI:SEX PEST NURSE WHO LIKED 'BIG BOTTOMS' STRUCK OFF

LEWISHAM, SOUTHEAST LONDON A nurse who was a self-confessed fan of 'big bottoms' has been struck off sexually harassing two colleagues. Vusi Nkosi told a fellow nurse he was willing to be her toyboy and could satisfy all her sexual needs. He also tugged at colleague' shirts and touched their clothing at Lewisham Hospital, southeast London. Nkosi told a fellow worker he 'knew what was good for her' and tried to pull down her skirt, the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told.

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