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May 07, 2014

JHURREE:UNDER FIRE CARE HOME DEPUTY FREE TO RETURN TO WORK

BANSTEAD, SURREY A care home deputy manager who held her hand above her head and told staff: 'I am on the top, nobody can put me down' is free to return to work with an unblemished record. Deepa Jhurree told workers at the Parkside Nursing Home in Banstead, Surrey. 'I am the deputy here, whatever I ask you to do you just have to do it'. Jhurree admitted leaving the home understaffed after ordering a colleague to drive her home because her son was sick. The nurse further admitted a charge of accepting lifts from a resident's family, but insisted they were offered and not requested.
  May 02, 2014

PAYNE: DRINK DRIVING NURSE WITH CONVICTIONS SPANNING 30 YEARS STRUCK OFF

MIDDLESBROUGH A nurse caught drink driving has been struck off after it emerged that he has convictions dating back over 30 years. Barry Payne was working as a community staff nurse in Middlesbrough when police saw him driving suspiciously and arrested him in October 2012. He was fined £580 at Teeside Magistrates' Court and disqualified from driving on 9 November the same year, the Nursing and Midwifery council heard. A check of the Police National Computer showed Payne had convictions dating back to 3 January 1984 when he was caught for attempted shoplifting.
 
May 02, 2014

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MAUBACK: NURSE WHO ACCEPTED STOLEN STARBUCKS MUG FROM A PAEDOPHILE FACING ANXIOUS WAIT

BLACKBURN A nurse who accepted a stolen Starbucks mug from a paedophile is facing an anxious wait after over the future of her career today (Thurs). Adele Mauback was returning from an authorised day trip with the dangerous patient and a healthcare assistant when they stopped at the American coffee house. Mauback cleaned her cup with a tissue and told 'Patient A' that she would like to own one of the branded mugs, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. She failed to challenge him when he put it in her car boot before they made their way back to psychiatric hospital Kemple View in Lango, Blackburn, Lancs.
  May 01, 2014

BURGESS:CRUEL CARE HOME MANAGER FACING BAN

CANNOCK, STAFFS A 'cruel' care home manager who left a devoted wife of 57 years petrified to visit her husband in the months leading to his death is facing the end of her career. Kerry Burgess shouted at 'Relative D' on multiple occasions when she made her daily seven hour visits to see her husband at Barton House Nursing Home in Cannock, Staffs. Burgess also verbally attacked an elderly woman's husband, telling him to 'Get out of the room!' and referring to him as 'mad', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. The nurse was only toppled from her position after ten people issued a written complaint about her behaviour in February 2012.
 
May 01, 2014

CANN: MIDWIFE SCARED TO SAY BABY WAS STILLBORN

ASHFORD, KENT A midwife who was too frightened to tell an expectant mother she may be giving birth to a stillborn baby has been struck off. Linda Cann suspected the baby had died but claimed she was too intimidated by the patient's family to reveal that she could not find the heart beat. The Nursing and Midwifery Council heard Cann attended the 'low risk' patient's home at 10:55pm on 19 January last year and was unable to hear the baby's heart She called her colleague for assistance 20 minutes later, but did not disclose the worrying information to her until she arrived at 11:45pm.
  May 01, 2014

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ANSLOW: END OF CAREER FOR DRUG BARON'S WIFE

DUDLEY, WEST MIDLANDS A drug baron's wife who laundered dirty cash for her fugitive husband has been kicked out of the nursing profession. Luan Anslow stashed some of the proceeds from husband John's drug dealing operation in her bank account, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. The nurse, who was working in the emergency department of Russell Hall Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands, used £27,999 to buy luxury cars. John Anslow, was dubbed 'Britain's most wanted man' by police after he was busted out of prison van on route to Stafford Crown Court and fled to northern Cyprus.
 
May 01, 2014

COTTRILL: BACK TO WORK FOR 'MURDER' REMARK NURSE

ALCESTER A nurse who asked her colleague how it felt to 'murder' a pensioner after he suffered a fatal heart attack is free to return to practise. Stephanie Cottrill made the 'distressing' comment to Dawn Fryer after a patient in her care passed away. The nurse also slept twice while on duty between between 16 July 2011 and 11 May 2012 at the Cherry Trees Care Home in Alcester, Warwickshire. But Cottrill was cleared of a series of allegations at the Nursing and Midwifery Council tribunal in central London.
  April 30, 2014

NURSE BACK IN THE JOB AFTER NOTES UNDER THE DOOR PROBLEM

NOTTINGHAM A nurse caught on CCTV shoving romantic notes under a psychiatric patient's door can return to work. Rebecca Pinder was a team leader at Rampton Hospital in Nottingham - where some of the country's most dangerous offenders are treated - when she struck up a relationship with the patient. She sent the man two pictures of his native South Africa, depicting a male and female figure, one with a handwritten note saying 'you and me having a walk, you in board shorts and me in a floral dress'. A second picture had 'you and me having a picnic' written on it.
 
April 29, 2014

DAVIES:NURSE CLEARED OF POSSESSING INDECENT IMAGES OF CHILDREN

WHALLEY, LANCS A nurse is free to return to work after a tribunal cleared him of deliberately possessing indecent images of children. Peter Davies, 56, admitted downloading a stash of video files with titles including 'Paedophilia 9/10/11 year old' and 'Two 13 year old little girls' at the hearing. But he denied using search terms that were likely to produce results containing indecent images of children or knowing the files had the sickening content. The former learning disabilities nurse was cleared of four offences of making indecent images of children by a jury at Preston Crown Court in May 2011.
  April 29, 2014

JHUREE:CARE HOME DEPUTY ASKED WORKER TO DO HER IRONING

BANSTEAD, SURREY A power-mad care home deputy manager held her hand above her head and told staff: 'I am on the top, nobody can put me down,' a tribunal heard today (Tues). Deepa Jhurree allegedly barked to workers at the Parkside Nursing Home in Banstead, Surrey. 'I am the deputy here, whatever I ask you to do you just have to do it.' Jhurree also asked an employee to do her ironing, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Complaints about Jhurree's behaviour surfaced while the home was voluntarily closed following a CQC inspection around May 2011, prompting manager Sharon Duffy to investigate.
 
April 29, 2014

MAUBACK: PERVERT LINGERED NEAR CHILD WHILE NURSE ENJOYED A FAG

BLACKBURN A nurse escorting a paedophile on a day trip allowed him near a young child while she smoked outside Starbucks, a tribunal heard. Adele Mauback was returning to the ward with the dangerous patient and a healthcare assistant when they stopped at the ubiquitous coffee chain Despite knowing the risks, she sat near a small child and remained there while the patient sauntered back from the toilet, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. She then cleaned a Starbucks mug with tissues and allowed him to steal it before they made their way back to psychiatric hospital Kemple View in Lango, Blackburn, Lancs.
  April 29, 2014

DE'FLIPPIS:CAMPING TRIP NURSE IS STRUCK OFF

NOTTINGHAM A nurse who bought a patient music festival tickets and took her camping with his two sons has been struck off. Paul De'Filippis met the woman after she was admitted to The Woodlands clinic in Nottingham, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Shortly after her discharge in 2011 the nurse became intimately involved with his former patient, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. But when she relapsed she refused to return to the unit and said she had been in a relationship with a male nurse who she described as having two kids and enjoying camping.

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