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Claire Cox

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About Claire Cox

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  • First name
    claire
  • Last name
    cox
  • Country
    United Kingdom

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  • About me
    I am the Associate Director for Patient Safety Learning alongside being a critical care outreach nurse.
    If you would to contribute to the hub, but would like some advise or support with the content please contact me.
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    patient safety learning
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    Associate Director for Patient Safety

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    Belonging to a group, a tribe, is important to me. Shared challenges, shared purpose, shared experiences and shared knowledge in what I do - these are the reasons why it’s important to me. Alone, we are not able to reach our full potential, but together we are strong and are able to stand on the shoulders of giants. Why do we need a network? For the past few years, a perfect storm has been brewing. The need for a network of patient safety managers has never been more evident. There were three themes playing on my mind - each one was troubling me and affecting the way I was perfor
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    Years ago I remember never being allowed a drink at the desk. It was against infection control is what I was told. however I do remember breaking the rules and then promptly spilling the drink across the keyboard 🤦🏼‍♀️ As an outreach nurse , we are travellers around the hospital. I know where all the water stations are in each department - the trouble is that there are sometimes a lack of cups. Disposable cups are not environmentally friendly , however if you are a HCP that moves around wards you can’t always take a bottle with you - especially if you are running to an
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    We have just come out of a second lockdown. This time my experiences working in the NHS are very different from the first lockdown back in March 2020. As you may have read in my past blogs, the first lockdown wasn’t really a lockdown for me. As a critical care outreach nurse I was going to work as usual; however, the work I was doing had changed. The way we were adapting our environment, our processes was almost exciting – to be able to directly influence rapid change in a usually bureaucratic organisation was novel. I remained at work, there was no furlough, and there was no isola
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    This blog in the BMJ, recognises that bullying also occurs with in patient advocacy role and the patient community.
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    The recommendations set out in the report are addressed to all leaders who influence the workplace experience of nursing and midwifery staff Recommendations Key recommendation 1: Authority, empowerment and influence Introduce mechanisms for nursing and midwifery staff to shape the cultures and processes of their organisations and influence decisions about how care is structured and delivered. Key recommendation 2: Justice and fairness Nurture and sustain just, fair and psychologically safe cultures and ensure equity, proactive and positive approaches to diversity and uni
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    This guidance set out by Public Health England explains how patients/the public and clinicians can mitigate falls.
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    This article, from John Hopkins Medicine, demonstrates some breathing exercises for you to try at home to aid recovery.
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    This resource includes: What is medicines management? The right medicine for the right patient and the right time Becoming an independent prescriber Competencies and maintaining competence Specialist prescribing Delegation Unregistered staff and social care Administration Prescribing and administration Transcribing Nursing associates and medicines management Summary of available guidance
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