This report is not exclusive to the NHS, they set out recommendations for all industries.
In this report, the APPG sets out its findings as follows:
The UK regulatory framework of whistleblower protection is complicated, overly legalistic, cumbersome, obsolete and fragmented.
The remedies provided by PIDA are mainly retrospective and largely not understood.
A general obligation for public and private organisations to set up whistleblowing mechanisms and protections is missing.
The definition of whistleblowing and whistleblowers is too narrow. Consequently, the prot
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.
This resource by the Cancer Council advises these safety guidelines to reduce exposure to chemotherapy drugs at home, both for you and your family and friends during the recovery period at home. Safety precautions can vary depending on the drugs you receive, so ask your treatment team about your individual situation.
This course, is for all members of the multidisciplinary team who provide airway support to patients, or care for patients with a compromised airway. This includes anaesthetists, anaesthesia associates, operating department practitioners, nurses, physiotherapists, adult and paediatric intensivists, prehospital and emergency medicine physicians, paramedics, head and neck surgeons and members of the cardiac arrest team.
By the end of the course, you'll be able to:
improve your strategies to deal with the unexpected difficult airway and explore guidelines to use in special circumstance
There have been many advancements in medical education over the past 20 years, including how outcomes such as competencies are defined and used to guide teaching and learning. To support this positive change, the AAMC has launched the New and Emerging Areas in Medicine series. This first report in the series focuses on quality improvement and patient safety (QIPS) competencies across the continuum of medical education.
It presents a roadmap for curricular and professional development, performance assessment, and improvement of healthcare services and outcomes. The competencies can help ed
The 2015 Montgomery ruling created practical implications for how clinicians obtain consent and support patients to make decisions about their healthcare.
The implication of the Montgomery ruling is that healthcare professionals must:
clearly outline the recommended management strategies and procedures to their patient, including the risks and implications of potential treatment options
discuss any alternative treatments
discuss the consequences of not performing any treatment or intervention
ensure patients have access to high-quality information to aid their dec