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NHS managers need to take urgent action to change the organisational culture in the health service in the wake of an inquest and research study that both exposed failures in care delivery.
The call came from the Council of Deans of Health, which represents university nursing schools, after an inquest into the death of 22-year-old Kane Gorny from dehydration found that nurses at a south London hospital did not carry out essential tasks such as giving vital medication.