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About Danielle Haupt

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  • First name
    Danielle
  • Last name
    Haupt
  • Country
    United Kingdom

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    I am a Critical Care Outreach Nurse at Southend University Hospital, part of the Mid and South Essex Hospitals Group. I love the idea of the hub and would love to learn of and share great ideas to help improve patient safety. Feel free to follow our team on Twitter @CCOT_Southend.
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    Southend University Hospital
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    Outreach Nurse

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    Hey @Emma Richardson I must have missed this previously, but just stumbled across your thread. Did you finish your project on this? I would love to read it if this would be possible please? Sounds really interesting. What were the main barriers and enablers to safer monitoring at night? What improvements were highlighted? So many questions!! ☺️
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    Great blog as always Claire! I think I remember you saying you've been finding walkie talkies work well when wearing PPE hoods....but since then I can't find the post ??‍♀️. Can you explain this a little more please? Hearing within the hood is something a lot of our team are struggling with. Xx
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    Thank you, I'm a little late, but only just had a chance to read your fantastic, excellently written blog. It hugely resonates with me: "‘work as done, work as imagined’ (Wears, Hollnagel & Braithwaite, 2015) – this shift on paper looks as if it was a ‘good shift’ but in fact......" I loved learning about this concept at the Patient Safety Congress last year....it's just so true........ and we so need to curb the checklists....they started to help save time and act as reminders, but there are now checklists to check that you have checked the checklist! Does it actually promp
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    Thank you for sharing!! I was looking for a good human factors reference for my current essay! I have found the book online via my university online library. I now have some references that I was after ?
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    Great reply @Claire Cox I particularly relate to you saying the reporting person usually feels strongly about what has happened and is often motivated to complete the Datix as they want to see a positive change happen.....I have often witnessed staff staying on late to complete these....I'm sure this is a common occurrence everywhere! It's very true that staff involved in the incidents often have excellent ideas as to how to avoid the same problem in the future. I can imagine adequate staffing is a common solution!! If a field was added onto a Datix form template (or equivalen
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    Thanks @Claire Cox How frustrating re your phone!! We have similar signal issues in a few places too! Same with our auto electronic-obs alerts in the internet black spots, hence a big reason we have to stipulate a bleep/call referral too. Good lesson learned/tip to ensure C4C has a voicemail option when helping others set it up the service!! I also find this useful if I am unable to answer the phone straight away. I made sure to highlight in our new leaflet the details we require when leaving a message. We have also found text messaged C4C referrals work well too!! Our laryngect
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    Sorry I have not been keeping up with the hub recently.... busy busy busy! ? Better late than never, but I wanted to share our We're Listening (aka Call for Concern) Leaflet with you all. It's now fully published and already displayed in multiple areas!! ? (sigh of relief!!) (SEE ATTACHED). The plan is for it to be displayed in all hospital areas, but it's taking some time to get the news out and ask departments to order and display (they're free from Office Depot). I have recently started an all hospital audit which is helping to get the word out. Also our Outreach Team are tr
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    SOU4959_137821_0719_V3_LoRes.pdf Hey @Emma Richardson and @Claire Cox Sorry I have not been keeping up with the hub recently.... busy busy busy! ? Better late than never, but wanted to share our We're Listening (aka Call for Concern) Leaflet with you all. It's now fully published and already displayed in multiple areas!! ? The plan is for it to be displayed in all hospital areas, but it's taking some time to get the news out and ask departments to order some (they're free from Office Depot). I have recently started an all hospital audit which is helping to get the wor
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    Thanks @Luke Brown. What a great achievement! I too wish we had this in our Trust. ? one day we will.
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    Thanks for sharing @Claire Cox and @Emma Richardson As you know, I have been working on our C4C patient information leaflet too. We have had one for many years, but for 18 months, and counting, I have made major changes to this. It's been a long and drawn-out process due to many NHS hurdles, but it's due at our Document Management Group (DMG) meeting again on 18th Aug. I truly hope they will approve it and I will move on to getting in printed. ? I will share on here as soon as it's been approved! Hope you're getting on well with the rest of your C4C work. ?
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    Just a little update..... I've now made plans to support our new Sepsis Lead @Southend Hospital with some of her plans for World Sepsis Day on 13th Sept ??. Plan to also take the opportunity to promote the hub during our visits around the hospital site! ? @Sam @HelenH @Claire Cox ......don't suppose you have any promotional stuff you can send to us please to help raise awareness of the hub? Look forward to hearing any ideas people are working on. Our new Sepsis Lead, Tracy, also plans to join our hub community soon too! ?
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    Thanks @Sam and @HelenH for your kind words, glad you liked the post.... hope others find it helpful. @Margot if you decide to tweet this, please tag our group Twitter handle '@CCOT_Southend'. Thank you. ?
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    Our Critical Care Outreach Team (CCOT) work regular shifts within the CCU and our new high dependency unit (HDU). I believe we are not alone, but at times there is an element of divide across the teams and we wanted to limit the ‘them and us’ culture. Even when we are not working within the units, we need effective teamwork to maintain best practice and, ultimately, patient’s safety. Unlike some trusts, our outreach, CCU and HDU are all managed as one big team. With this in mind, we brainstormed ideas for the reasons behind this ‘divide' and decided a regular newsletter might help us.
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    I'm currently working on our latest newsletter edition, which includes a section about the hub with the kind help of @Sam, which I hope by sharing will encourage more and more staff to join the hub network. ?
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