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  1. Content Article
    Key learning points The decision tree is laminated and attached to all machines in the trust. It is it also available electronically on the trust’s information net and within the NIV policy document. The idea is to make it as straightforward as possible whilst not omitting key requirements. Feedback from nurses using this has been very positive, they particularly like the colour coding and the flow chart design which helps clarify different settings for different patient groups. During training, emphasis is put on knowing where to find this information, rather than on
  2. Content Article
    This self-use tool measures performance against each milestone for 30 pathways and establishes whether breaches would have been prevented if the first and second longest delay had been on time. The analysis can then be used to investigate pathway delays and inform improvement plans.
  3. Content Article
    Increased use of telephone and video consultations is expected during the current COVID-19 situation. In this video, the AccuRX (https://www.accurx.com/) system is being used. The system and process used by other practices may vary. A link to this video can be sent to a patient's phone by the surgery when a video appointment is booked so that they can prepare themselves for their video consultation.
  4. Community Post
    Healthcare staff have had to adapt their way of working as a result of the pandemic, which has made pre-Covid guidance obsolete. Different Trusts are doing different things. What’s the solution?
  5. Content Article
    Background From 2008 to 2014 my company ran education sessions on managing medicines in a mental health trust. In common with some other mental health trusts, the provider also looked after paediatric community services. This is not a mental health service. It covers children with complex health needs including enteral feeding tubes, ventilation, epilepsy and rapidly changing medicines. Children under the care of this service may be taking in excess of 15 different medicines per day, have complex titration regimes, emergency drugs with associated care plans, plus numerous ‘as required’ (pr
  6. News Article
    UK women face widespread barriers to essential healthcare services. A survey of over 3,000 women in the UK shows many are struggling to access basic healthcare services including contraception, abortion care and menopause support . The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) calls for one-stop women’s health clinics to provide healthcare needs for women in one location and at one time. The RCOG launched a landmark report “Better for Women” – to improve the health and wellbeing of girls and women across their life course – in The House of Commons. The RC
  7. Content Article
    Key recommendations from report The creation of NHS-led Women’s Health Strategies. Young people should be educated from an early age about women’s health. The NHS website should become the world’s best source of information for girls, women and clinicians. To reduce health inequalities, all women should have access to and be provided with the information that they need to stay healthy. Access to the full range of contraception methods should be as easy as possible for all women. Post-pregnancy contraception should be a key part of the maternity pathway.
  8. Content Article
    This toolkit includes: The Productive Leader The Productive Ward The Productive Mental Health Ward The Productive Operating Theatre Productive Community Services The Productive Community Hospital Productive Endoscopy If you work in the NHS or social care you can access online (downloadable PDF) versions of the boxsets free of charge. To get your copy, email england.si-communications@nhs.net.
  9. Content Article
    In this document you will find: An evaluation from wave 1 Current NHS Test beds Information governance learning handbook A short video on NHS Test Beds programme - initial impact and next steps
  10. Content Article
    Who is this aimed at? This tool kit is aimed at everyone. There are different sections for each target group What will I learn? Kidney health Recognition and response to AKI Primary care management post AKI episode Embedding a holistic approach to AKI
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    The Flight Safety Foundation goal with this Seminar is to promote further globally the practical implementation of the concepts of system safety thinking, resilience and Safety II. There will be two sessions, one for each day, that will consist of briefings and a Q&A panel afterwards. The following themes are suggested for briefings and discussions for the Seminar 1.The limits of only learning from unwanted events. 2. Individuals’ natural versus organisations’ consciously pursued resilience. 3. How the ancient evolutionary individual instincts for psychological safety affect
  12. Content Article
    This QI toolkit contains all the documents you will need to understand, plan and implement PReCePT in your maternity unit. Based on the success of the initial PReCePT project, some of the documents are categorised as ‘essential’ for successful implementation, others are ‘strongly recommended’ and some are ‘optional’. The toolkit includes: PReCePT QI Toolkit PDF PReCePT Programme Implementation Guide PReCePT Clinical Guideline Flow Chart PReCePT Magnesium Sulphate Quick Reference Poster PReCePT Management of Preterm Labour Proforma PReCePT Magnet Instructions
  13. Content Article
    After working last week and caring for patients who were pending COVID-19 swab results, four days later I woke feeling unwell. A slight cough, tired, pale, feeling freezing cold but no temperature and generally feeling rubbish. This carried on for a few days, I then ended up with common cold-like symptoms and a residual cough. Normally, I probably wouldn’t call in sick, I would have just carried on. Following current guidance, I called in sick and was advised to take the next 7 days off. At this point testing was unavailable for NHS staff. I was sat at home not knowing if I had the virus
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