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  1. We've appointed two senior nurses to support frontline nurses and midwives improve the way services are delivered for patients.

  2. A stage three alert has been issued on the restricted use of open systems for injectable medication. Open systems include gallipots or other types of open container such as moulded plastic procedure trays.

  3. This fortnightly newsletter is sent to NHS trust and foundation trust chairs, chief executives, finance, medical and nursing directors, and foundation trust board secretaries.

  4. Latest news from our costing transformation programme.

  5. We've accredited the first four foundation trusts in the country to lead groups of NHS providers.

  6. We and NHS England have come together to appoint the first two joint regional chief nurses.

  7. This fortnightly newsletter is sent to NHS trust and foundation trust chairs, chief executives, finance, medical and nursing directors, and foundation trust board secretaries.

  8. A stage two alert has been issued to support NHS providers in diagnosing, treating and managing acute kidney injury.

  9. In this edition: national tariff policy proposals, update for FT chairs on effective leadership and our oversight of new care models.

  10. Plans are underway to help NHS providers find ways to meet and sustain A&E performance.

  11. We'll be providing extra support to Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to help ensure patients in Gloucester and Cheltenham are seen more quickly in A&E.

  12. Latest news from our intensive year of improvement.

  13. Since 2009, Sir David has been working with health and care leaders to drive improvement through collaboration in his role as Managing Director of UCLPartners. The former medical director spoke to us about his experience as Chair of the Mid and South Essex Success Regime and building partnerships.

  14. Information and events for independent providers of NHS services.

  15. A stage two alert has been issued to support providers of NHS-funded care to prevent the risk of severe harm or death caused by the misplacement of nasogastric tubes (NG tubes).

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