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March 18, 2014

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RUGA: CABLE TIE NURSES BACK AT THE BEDSIDES

HAMMERSMITH Two nurses who restrained a 'writhing' dementia patient with a bed sheet and cable ties are free to return to work. Cherry Ruga and Kofi Oduro-Agyeman held down the restless man and tied his bed sheet tightly around his bed in a bid to calm him down. The man, known only as Patient A, had been behaving aggressively and shouting for water on the Emergency Assessment Unit at Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith, west London. The nurses claimed they tied the sheet along the patient's bed rail as a type of curtain, and were trying to act in his best interests.
  March 18, 2014

BENNISON: UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIP NURSE FACES BAN

NORTHALLERTON A senior nurse who represented a drug abusing patient in court after developing an unhealthy relationship with him has been found guilty of misconduct. Catherine Bennison gave the man regular cash handouts and continued to prescribe him drugs long after she was removed from his care, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. It was only when she was discovered by an intervention team in his lounge next to a table littered with drug paraphernalia that the depth of their friendship was exposed. The Darlington-based nurse denies ever having sex with 'patient A' but admits engaging in an inappropriate relationship with him over a four year period.
 
March 17, 2014

BAKER:NURSE MIXED UP PREMATURE BABY'S NAME TAG WITH ANOTHER TOT

DEWSBURY, WEST YORKS A premature baby was left without vital overnight treatment after a blundering nurse mixed up its name tag with another tot, a hearing was told today. (MON) Nurse Ruth Baker allegedly made the error and then left the caesarean operating theatre without correcting it. The newborn, known only as Baby D, required treatment at Dewsbury and District Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit, west Yorks, as it was born six weeks premature. But Baker's alleged mistake meant another tot, Baby E, instead received the specialist treatment, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  March 17, 2014

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GARBETT:NURSE DISCUSSED SEX PRODUCTS ON NEO NATAL WARD

SHREWSBURY A nurse who moonlighted as an Ann Summers representative discussed sex products on a neonatal ward, a hearing was told today (mon). Susan Garbett allegedly flaunted details of an intimate cream from the infamous adult store with her colleague at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shopshire. The nurse was also caught feeding a premature baby chocolate buttercream icing from her finger behind his mother's back, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Gemma Kingswell, for the NMC, said Garbett openly chatted about 'sex related products' to Lynn Woodward, one of the sisters on the neonatal ward in November 2011.
 
March 17, 2014

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TALBOT:MATRON FLASHED KNICKERS AT COLLEAGUES

SALTASH, CORNWALL A care home matron flashed her underwear at colleagues, bragged about her love life and took a sex toy to work, a misconduct hearing was told today (MON). Sharon Talbot also yelled 'Come on vicar complain about this!' out of her office window while playing Kings of Leon hit 'Sex on Fire', it is claimed. Talbot is accused of belittling, intimidating and racially abusing staff during an 18 month period at Asheborough House Care Centre in Saltash, Cornwall. She shouted at a grieving relatives 'Get off my premises, get out!' and took a fishing trip rather than attend an end of life meeting with a dementia specialist, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
  March 17, 2014

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ANDREWS:DRUNKEN NURSE ASSAULTED TWO A&E SECURITY GUARDS

LAMBETH, SOUTH LONDON A nurse who went on a drunken rampage and assaulted two security guards in A&E has been allowed to keep her job. Michelle Andrews also destroyed a hand-held radio after she was admitted to the A&E department at St. Thomas' Hospital in central London. She lashed out and kicked the security guards before the police arrived and held her in custody for 13 hours, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Andrews was working as an administration based service manager at the Guys and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust at the time of the incident on March 2, 2012.
 
March 14, 2014

CARTER: NURSE

BARNSLEY An A&E nurse used his mobile phone to covertly record private discussions at an appeal hearing following a bust-up with a member of staff about wearings Crocs. Mark Carter had a heated telephone exchange with a senior colleague about wearing the rubber shoes around Barnsley Hospital, South Yorkshire. Carter faced disciplinary action and subsequently attended an appeal hearing, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. It was only after the panel conducted private discussions that it was discovered that his mobile, which he left on the table, had been secretly recording throughout the meeting.
  March 14, 2014

SIFUMBA: FAG-SWATTING PRIORY NURSE STRUCK OFF

NEWBURY, BERKS A Priory nurse who used a yard broom to swat a lit cigarette out of a patient's mouth has been banned from the profession. Nkosazana Sifumba scolded the man for smoking before shouting at him: 'Put it out or I will put it out for you'. She then threatened to knock the cigarette out of the patient's mouth by bringing the brush end of the broom close to his face, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. A healthcare assistant heard Sifumba ask another member of staff to fetch a broom so she knock out the smoke at Thornford Park Hospital, part of the Priory Group, in Newbury, Berks.
 
March 14, 2014

ADUNSE: NURSE HIT PATIENT IN RECTAL EXAM

CENTRAL LONDON A nurse who hit a patient during a rectal examination has been banned from the profession for a year. Cyrilla Adunse was assisting a doctor by turning the elderly woman at Kings College Hospital when the pensioner struck her with an open palm, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. The nurse responded by hitting the pensioner back before storming out of the procedure before it was completed. The doctor reported Adunse to the ward manager the following day, sparking an internal investigation. 'Both of us were turning the patient when the patient hit the nurse in the chest area once,' the doctor said.
  March 13, 2014

BENNISON: NURSE WHO REPRESENTED BOYFRIEND FACES BAN

NORTHALLERTON A senior nurse who represented a patient in court after developing an unhealthy relationship with him is facing the end of her career today (thurs) Catherine Bennison gave the man regular cash handouts and continued to prescribe him drugs long after she was removed from his care, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. It was only when she was discovered by an intervention team in his lounge next to a table littered with drug paraphernalia that the depth of their frienship was exposed. The Darlington-based nurse denies ever having sex with 'patient A' but admits engaging in an inappropriate relationship with him over a four year period.
 
March 12, 2014

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PRIORY NURSE USED YARD BROOM TO SWAT FAG FROM PATIENT'S MOUTH

NEWBURY, BERKS A Priory nurse who used a yard broom to swat a lit cigarette out of a patient's mouth could be struck off today (weds). Nkosazana Sifumba scolded the man for smoking before shouting at him: 'Put it out or I will put it out for you'. She then threatened to knock the cigarette out of the patient's mouth by bringing the brush end of the broom close to his face, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. A healthcare assistant heard Sifumba ask another member of staff to fetch a broom so she knock out the smoke at Thornford Park Hospital, part of the Priory Group, in Newbury, Berks.
  March 11, 2014

CHIKOTO: NURSE 'WANTED TO PROVE SOMETHING WAS GOING ON'

ROTHERHAM A 'whistleblowing' nurse who photocopied confidential documents told a hearing he just wanted to prove 'something was going on' at a care home. Rangarirai Chikoto is accused of inappropriately removing the records from the Fairwinds care home in Kimberworth, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, in October 2012. After informing the watchdog of his concerns, Chikoto was notified he was suspended and under investigation, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Giving evidence Chikoto told the hearing he was 'very aware' of importance of confidentiality.

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