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A man suspected of child sex abuse who was arrested but faced no charge can be named after losing a long legal battle to keep his identity secret. The High Court and Court of Appeal both rejected Tariq Khuja's bid to use privacy laws to stop the press and media…
A vulnerable female patient in respite care died after a nurse mistakenly binned a vital part of her breathing tube, an inquest heard. Emily Bushaway, who suffered with a rare neuro-degenerative disease, was left unable to breathe properly after a small section of her ventilator's "whisper valve" was discarded. Nurse…
An innovative and exciting new collaboration was celebrated this week with the official launch of the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery. The School is a partnership between Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, under the umbrella of the Oxford Academic…
Next week (6 – 11 March) is National Careers Week and Oxford Brookes University will be holding a careers evening in partnership with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to…
People who suffer autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS) may have an elevated risk of developing dementia, a new study suggests. Researchers have linked autoimmune disease to an increased risk of going on to suffer dementia. There are more than 80 different types of autoimmune disease, from multiple sclerosis…
A woman says she has been waiting six months for a copy of a ruling after a family court judge decided her daughter should be taken from her care. The woman, who comes from Poland, said a judge had ruled her daughter should go into foster care in August following…
Reduced staff turnover and improved staff performance are just some of the benefits delivered by a values based approach to recruitment and retention, according to recent research. That's why Skills for Care is now working with Oxfordshire County Council and the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) in…
New research launched by the University of Oxford says foster carers who have faced unproven allegations of abuse from the children they are caring for often have little support afterwards. The study drew on 190 records of unproven allegations against foster carers from all over England. It found that just…
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