Steps taken included appointing a new specialist surgeon and more advanced nurses, redesigning the way hip fracture patients were cared for and providing junior medical staff an A-Z guide to hip fracture care.
What does JMS stand for?
JMS stands for Junior Medical Staff
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We have 94 other meanings of JMS in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Mission Statement
- Joint Monitoring System
- Journal of Marine Science
- Journal of Marine Systems
- Journal of Mass Spectrometry (Wiley publication)
- Journal of Materials Science
- Journal of Mountain Science (Springer publication)
- Journalism Media Studies (various schools)
- Journey Management System
- JSPOC (Joint Space Operations Center) Mission System (US DoD)
- Junior Mining Stocks
- Just Making Sure
- Just My Size
- Japan Metal Stamping Association
- Japanese Maritime Safety Agency
- Japanese Medical Society of America
- Jewish Medical Student Association (various schools)
- Journal of Marine Science and Application
- Journal of the Microscopy Society of America
- Joint Miniature Stand-Off Agent Detector
Samples in periodicals archive:
I used to believe that most were generated in the peripheral hospitals where medical staffing can be difficult, but I now know that problems are widespread in Wales, as are the 400 vacancies for mainly junior medical staff.
Previous editions of this pocket reference have proved very popular, particularly among junior medical staff and intensive care nurses.
These problems have been compounded by a lack of junior medical staff in Merthyr Tydfil, which has resulted in a reduction in surgical capacity.
In this issue Muralidhar and colleagues (6) cite alarming statistics on poor awareness and compliance of junior medical staff including junior doctors, undergraduate medical students, nurses and laboratory technologists on needle handling and disposal.
95 Paperback R724 Sixteen academics, clinicians, consultants, and legal professionals from the UK contribute 15 chapters for junior medical staff, including specialist registrars; other professionals involved with doctors in making difficult decisions in the care of the elderly; and medical students currently studying ethics and their application in day-to-day patient management.
Hospitals in the region need around 500 junior medical staff to staff the specialities on the wards.
The senior Minister while taking notice of deputed junior medical staff on treatment of the injured and absence of senior officials, immediately summoned the chief executive and other high authorities of the Hospital and asked them for ensuring 24 hours availability of the senior staff under the direct supervision of a DMS and free, better treatment of the injured.