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  1. Content Article
    This document covers the following subjects: Section 1: embedding digital technologies Equipping the system digitally for better care Digitising health and social care records A life-long, joined-up health and care record Digitally supported diagnoses Supporting independent healthy lives Putting NHS services in people’s pockets through digital channels Scaling digital health self-help, diagnostics and therapies Accelerating adoption of proven tech Systematising tech research and development partnerships Buying tech better acr
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    The report addresses the following questions: How many people are waiting for elective procedures? What are the most common procedures on the waiting list? Is there a hidden waiting list, and what is on it? Is there a waiting lists postcode lottery across England? How much will it cost to clear the waiting list? Are patients shifting to private care? What are the possible trajectories for waiting lists through to 2030?
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    The Human Factors in Patient Safety Conference 2022 will take place in the O’Flanagan Lecture Theatre, 123 St Stephen's Green, on Friday 23 September 2022. Bringing together a community of human factors in patient safety advocates across Ireland and abroad, the annual Human Factors in Patient Safety Conference will offer the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and insights from human factors experts. The conference will include contributions from: Martin Bromiley OBE, Founder of Clinical Human Factors Group UK – Listening Down to Develop your Safety Behaviours Mr Pet
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    Survey questions include requests for feedback on specific proposals and opportunities for wider thoughts and comment on the subject. You can read the NMC's full public consultation document before completing the survey. The survey will take around 20 minutes to complete and is open until 23.59 pm on 12 August 2022.
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    The new framework for regulation of medical devices in the UK will be built on five pillars: Strengthening MHRA power to act to keep patients safe Making the UK a focus for innovation, the best place to develop and introduce innovative medical devices Addressing health inequalities and mitigating biases throughout medical device product lifecycles Proportionate regulation which supports businesses through access routes that build on synergies with both EU and wider global standards Setting world leading standards – Building the UKCA mark as a global exemplar
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    When we talk about eating disorders, a lot of people will immediately think of a white, emaciated teenage girl. This stereotype, combined with high levels of stigma, is a huge contributing factor as to why so many people affected by eating disorders are unable to access support from the health system. When people face barriers to accessing eating disorder services, it prevents them from getting potentially life-saving help. Hospital admissions for people with eating disorders have increased by 84% in the last five years. Eating disorders are not new illnesses, but what we know is that the
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    Key findings Positive results Of those who have been told who is in charge of organising their care, 96% said that they knew how to contact this person. 90% said the person organised their care quite well or very well. There was a statistically significant improvement since 2019 in the percentage of people who have had the possible side effects and purpose of their medicines discussed with them. Areas for improvement Accessing care Two in five people (42%) thought the waiting time for their NHS talking therapies was too long. Only 41% of people ha
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