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Synonyms for chi

the circulating life energy that in Chinese philosophy is thought to be inherent in all things

the 22nd letter of the Greek alphabet

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But the Commission for Health Improvement investigation found ligature points, from which people could hang themselves, still existed in parts of the trust.
Questionnaires asking views on a range of issues from pain control and quality of care to hospital food and clean lines will be sent to a random sample of recent patients It is part of a national survey being carried out by the Commission for Health Improvement.
The Commission for Health Improvement has been called to examine practices at Wolverhampton's New Cross Hospital - the trust has already apologised to one mother whose baby died at the unit earlier this year.
A team from the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) also criticised the hospital's lack of facilities for the disabled.
And so today's report by the Commission for Health Improvement should be welcomed, not just by the staff at Alder Hey but by all of us.
The list was drawn up by independent watchdogs the Audit Commission and the Commission for Health Improvement after a year-long study of cancer services.
The report by the Commission for Health Improvement has also criticised the lack of use of first responders, the volunteer scheme to supplement ambulance cover in hard-to-reach areas of Wales.
The Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) says in an inspection report published today NHS Direct Wales has loyal and committed staff and 99pc of patients are satisfied or very satisfied with the service.
The study, by the Commission for Health Improvement, will look at the way the South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust manages, provides and ensures quality of service for patients.
The "overwhelming majority" of wards at the Berkshire site were "totally unfit for purpose", an inspection by the independent NHS watchdog, the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI), found.
Aston University is to carry out a detailed survey of NHS staff for the Commission for Health Improvement, which inspects hospitals, and the Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection.
It provides health and social care for about 314,000 people in Northumberland and was recently awarded the top three star rating by the Commission for Health Improvement for its performance against national health care targets.
The watchdog group was responding to a nationwide report issued yesterday by the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI), and claims the Commission has been misled by some trusts.
The inquiry is being carried out by the Commission for Health Improvement - set up by the government as an independent body to monitor and improve NHS services across England and Wales.
The Commission for Health Improvement (CHI) is inviting patients to offer their opinions on the quality of service they experienced.
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