The Quality of care in fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable settings: tools and resources compendium represents a curated, pragmatic and non-prescriptive collection of tools and resources to support the implementation of interventions to improve quality of care in such contexts.
Relevant tools and resources are listed under five areas:
ensuring access and basic infrastructure for quality
shaping the system environment
improving clinical care
engaging and empowering patients, families and communities.
Cross-cutting products are also sign
Key principles of ethics for medical students:
Autonomy or self-determination as a medical student
Medical students and the GMC
Approaching a medical dilemma as a medical student
When police request access to patient records
Good communication as a medical student
Getting consent adults with capacity as a medical student
Getting consent from adults without capacity as a medical student
Treating children and young people as a medical student
Confidentiality as a medical student
Working with tutors and senior health professionals as a m
The Eastern Mediterranean/African Adverse Events Study is a large scale study carried out in six Eastern Mediterranean and two African countries, to assess the number and types of incidents that can occur in their hospitals and harm patients.
To carry out this study, a collaborative model was established in which 26 hospitals from eight countries, Egypt, Jordan, Kenya, Morocco, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen participated.
This document contains the main findings of the Eastern Mediterranean/African Study. It presents some of the risks associated with harm in the participating