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October 22, 2014

HARRIS:LET OFF FOR NURSE WHO CLAIMED SICK PAY WHILE EARNING CASH

HERTFORDSHIRE A nurse who earned nearly £2000 in wages while collecting sick pay has been let off with a caution. Konima Azeez-Harris worked shifts for the emergency duty team at Hertfordshire County Council while signed off sick by her employers at the Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust. Azeez-Harris went on sick leave on 9 February 2012 but continued to work shifts until May, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Matters came to light when a colleague, who knew Azeez-Harris was on leave, saw her name printed on a work rota.
  October 21, 2014

MITEVA:NURSE TRIED TO FORCE FEED MEDICATION TO ELDERLY COUPLE

BURNHAM-ON-SEA, ESSEX An 'uncaring' nurse tried to shove medication into the mouths of a couple with advanced dementia, a hearing was told. Venetsiya Miteva was seen holding the elderly woman, referred to as Resident A, as she tried to force her to take her medicine, at Burnham Lodge Nursing Home in Burnham-on-Sea, Essex. Miteva was seen attempting to do the same with her husband, Resident D, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Janet Lindsay, who was responsible for breakfast and laundry services at the home, told the panel:
 
October 21, 2014

COULSON:FOUL MOUTHED CARE HOME MANAGER CALLED BOSS A BABOON

SOUTHSEA, HANTS A foul-mouthed care home manager called her boss a 'black b***ard' and 'baboon,' a tribunal heard today (tues). Jeanette Coulson allegedly used racist terms to victimise staff, and was abusive about the owner of Queen Anne Lodge, Southsea, Hampshire. A care assistant was called a Polish bitch and Coulson said she hoped she would 'never stand on two legs again,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. When Justyna Aniol said she had too much work, Coulson told to be quiet and do her job as there went plenty of people willing to take her place.
  October 21, 2014

MOORHOUSE:BOOZY NURSE SUSPENDED

WIRRAL, MERSEYSIDE A nurse who necked booze at work to get herself through a five-hour shift has been suspended for six months. Patricia Moorhouse mixed orange juice with alcohol in a recovery room at Arrowe Park Hospital, Wirral, Merseyside. Colleagues raised the alarm when Moorhouse started repeating herself and using 'unusual' speech on 31 August 2012. Her breath also smelt of booze and her line manager was alerted, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
 
October 21, 2014

HULL:CAUTION FOR 'BABY OUT THE WINDOW' JOKE NURSE

SOUTHEND, ESSEX A nurse who joked about throwing a severely ill baby suffering from cerebral palsy out the window has been let off with a caution. Louise Hull lost her temper with the tot when it repeatedly pulled its blood saturation monitor and feeding tube off at Southend University Hospital, Essex in May 2010. Hull said: If you don't stop pulling your tubes out and if these bloody alarms keep going off I'm going to have to throw you out the window.' Moments later when talking about premature babies, she commented: 'It would be alright if these babies had some quality of life but they don't.'
  October 21, 2014

NURSE WENT TO LOO AS PATIENT TRIED TO STRANGLE HERSELF WITH HER HAIR

BIRMINGHAM An agency nurse went to the toilet while a vulnerable patient tried to strangle herself with her own hair, a tribunal heard. Olajumoke Adenowo allegedly left the woman alone at Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham instead of ensuring she was under one-to-one supervision. It was left to a colleague to find the patient unconscious with her hair around her neck, it is claimed. Nurse Louise Brown told the Nursing and Midwifery Council: 'When I saw the patient, I didn't see anyone there.
 
October 21, 2014

BIRCH:NURSE IN THE CLEAR OVER CROW'S FEET SCAR CLAIM

MANCHESTER A nurse has been cleared of misconduct after a patient claimed treatment for crow's feet left her with a two inch lump on her face. Janice Birch had been treating the woman whilst managing director at the Blemish Clinic, Middleton, Manchester. Birch had been accused of failing to provide the patient with adequate advice as regards the risks of Novabel injections. But the NMC panel found the charge not proved.
  October 20, 2014

BUNTING:ANXIOUS WAIT FOR JAILHOUSE NURSE

PETERBOROUGH A prison nurse who greeted inmates by saying 'Hello b**ches' and lied about his drugs conviction is facing an anxious wait over the future of his career. Toby Bunting called inmates at HMP Peterborough 'a bunch of lazy w*****s,' the Nursing and Midwifery Council was told. He referred to colleagues as 'f**king s**t' and told prisoners: 'You are a bunch of lazy w*****s'. When a colleague was being shown a graphic, used to pinpoint parts of the body on a computer, Bunting brought up an image of two penises, the hearing was told.
 
October 20, 2014

EDMUNDSON:'DON'T NIP MY BOOBS' NURSE IS FIT TO PRACTICE

BLAKCBURN, LANCS A nurse who yelled 'don't nip my boobs' when an elderly dementia patient pawed at her breasts has been found fit to practice. Joanne Edmundson, a nurse on the critical care ward at Royal Blackburn Hospital in Blackburn, Lancashire, also lost her temper when the woman soiled herself during the same shift. Edmundson admitted shouting 'Oh no, not again. That means she's s**t the bed' to a colleague within earshot of patients. The nurse, who has 21 years' experience, said she had received some 'bad news' the day before the incident on 14 February last year, and probably should have taken some time off.
  October 17, 2014

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PHILIP: NURSE WHO YANKED DEMENTIA PATIENT'S HEAD IS FIT TO WORK

ROTHERHAM A nurse who yanked a dementia patient’s head has escaped a ban from the profession. Jeen Philip was also found to have attempted to drag a patient to her feet, pulling with enough force that it ‘could have broken the patient’s arm’, at Cambron House Care Home in Rotherham. But Philip was allowed to continue keep his job because the Nursing and Midwifery Council found she had 'no deep seated attitudinal issues.' The nurse grabbed the patient’s head in order to show a colleague some swelling that had formed on the patient’s head.
 
October 17, 2014

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AKPAN: NURSE WHO FAILED TO REPORT PATIENT VOMITING GLASS AFTER EATING LIGHTBULB IS FIT TO WORK

BRISTOL A nurse who let a nil-by-mouth patient eat a Chinese take-away, and failed to report when the patient threw-up shards of glass, has escaped a suspension. Harribeto Akpan was providing the patient one-to-one care at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol, when the at-risk patient was sick on 10 June last year. The patient was to undergo an x-ray after swallowing two razor blades and was not permitted to eat. Akpan, however, allowed the patient to get a take-away while he was on a cigarette break and let the wheelchair-bound patient to eat it in his room.
  October 16, 2014

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HHULL: NURSE JOKED ABOUT THROWING DESPERATELY ILL BABY OUT THE WINDOW

SOUTHEND A nurse joked about throwing a severely ill baby suffering from cerebral palsy out the window, a hearing was told. Louise Hull admitted losing her temper with the tot when it repeatedly pulled its blood saturation monitor and feeding tube off. During the incident at Southend University Hospital, Essex, on May 27, 2010, she said: 'If you don't stop pulling your tubes out and if these bloody alarms keep going off I'm going to have to throw you out the window.' On another occasion when talking about premature babies, she said: 'It would be alright if these babies had some quality of life but they don't.'

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