The report also looks at:
Identification, and the Role of Health Visitors
Pathways of care
Support for families
Better data collection and a National Cerebral Palsy Register
Examples of best practice.
The Inpatient Diabetes Training and Support website hosts a number of key resources including:
Handbook for adult inpatient diabetes care
Information about their Insulin Safety Course
Bitesize diabetes management guides
Self reflection framework
Follow the link below to access the website.
While the NHS delivered a remarkable amount of elective treatment during the second wave of the pandemic, the pressure of caring for large numbers of patients seriously unwell with COVID-19 has led to longer delays for the growing number of patients on the waiting list.
Data on clinical pathways show that four million fewer people completed elective treatment in 2020 compared with 2019 (down from 16 million to 12 million).
The rapid expansion of remote consultations helped limit the disruption caused by the pandemic, but patients who need to be admitted to hospita
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Improvement played an important role for respondents during COVID-19.
Improvement took a distinct form in response to the crisis context, providing a profound opportunity to learn for the future.
Improvement played a more important, valuable, and strategic role during COVID-19 in organisations that had a well-developed approach to improvement pre-pandemic.
Recommendations for action
Improvers should build on the positive momentum from the pandemic and ensure that improvement plays a central role inthe recovery.
Improvers should reflect on which wa
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The Coroner notes that, although he was assessed at home by the midwifery team at aged 5 days, no basic observation assessments were taken, such as temperature, heart rate and respiration rate, from the deceased or his mother to confirm their wellbeing. There is no national guidance for such checks, however, University Hospital Dorset NHS Foundation Trust (UHD) have since changed their local policies to embed better safety nets. The local policy now provides guidance that at each visit up to day 10 post birth, a full set of baby and maternal observations are to be taken.
The Coroner also