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  1. Content Article
    Patient Safety Tool Box Talks© Theme 1 talks - Person centred care and supportre and Support Patient Safety Tool Box Talks© Theme 2 talks - Effective care and support Patient Safety Tool Box Talks© Theme 3 talks - Safe care and support Patient Safety Tool Box Talks© Theme 5 talks - Leadership, governance and management Patient Safety Tool Box Talks© Theme 8 talks - Use of information
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    This report builds on those of previous years to provide analysis of longer-term trends and insights into the changing NHS staff profile. It focuses specifically on the critical NHS workforce issues that have been repeatedly identified in recent years: nursing shortages, and shortages of staff in general practice and primary care. The report also explores key pressure points: student nurses the international context and international recruitment retention. The report concludes by summarising the key workforce challenges that will need to be considered in the develop
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    What can I learn? Introducing power of the patient Tricky conditions: understanding disease, diagnosis and decisions What everyone should know about getting the best care The patient's side of the call for better
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    What will the new world of work look like in the NHS post-pandemic is the crucial question being examined in an HSJ webinar. The webinar will bring together a panel of experts to discuss what skills NHS staff will need as the world of work changes, with the likelihood that some work that has been done face-to-face will be virtual. On the panel will be Elspeth Griffiths, director of HR, workforce and OD for NHS South Central and West Commissioning Support Group, Kate Jarman, director of communications and corporate affairs, Milton Keynes University Hospital, Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, he
  5. Content Article
    Why should I take this course? We believe that every healthcare and social care organisation should have ‘in-house’ knowledge in Human Factors. However, rather than having to return to university to take a postgraduate degree, the Learning Pathway offers an online work-based route to accredited Technical Specialist (Healthcare) status with the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (CIEHF). How is it structured? There are three levels, with Level 1 free to NHS staff in England and Wales via Health Education England (HEE) and in Scotland via NHS Education for Scotlan
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    Readiness toolkit The readiness Toolkit is designed to help regions, ICSs and employers to prepare for the implementation of HEE’s Allied Health Profession (AHP) Support Worker Competency, Education and Career Development Framework, and develop high-quality, innovative training, education and careers for support workers across AHP services. AHP support workforce – grow your own workforce strategies This Guide provides an overview of workforce strategies designed to attract, train and retain the allied health professions’ (AHP) support workforce. Making learning work for AHP
  7. News Article
    NHS national leaders are set to reassure doctors they should not fear regulatory reprisals, within reason, if they end up working outside their areas of expertise during the coronavirus outbreak. HSJ understands the UK’s four chief medical officers and the General Medical Council are drafting a letter to be sent to all UK doctors, which will contain the reassurances, as the system braces for a sharp rise in covid-19 cases. The letter will also urge doctors to be flexible and not to resist new ways of working, with senior figures expecting many clinicians working in other specialities or l
  8. News Article
    Third year undergraduate trainee nurses will be invited into clinical practice to support the coronavirus effort, while routine care quality inspections are “going to need to be suspended”, the Chief Executive of NHS England has said. Speaking at the Chief Nursing Officer’s summit event in Birmingham this morning, Sir Simon Stevens told delegates NHSE was working with the Nursing and Midwifery Council to “see how many of the 18,000 [relevant] undergraduates are available”. It is understood they would be paid, and follows government moves to pass emergency legislation to relax rules a
  9. News Article
    Almost half of hospitals have a shortage of specialist stroke consultants, new figures suggest. One charity fears "thousands of lives" will be put at risk unless action is taken, with others facing the threat of a lifelong disability. In 2016, Alison Brown had what is believed to have been at least one minor stroke, but non-specialist doctors at different hospitals repeatedly told her she did not have a serious health condition. One even described it as an ear infection. Ten months later, aged 34, she had a bilateral artery dissection - a common cause of stroke in young people, wher
  10. Content Article
    Whilst the principle aim of the guide is to support Guardians’ training needs, reflective practice and self-development, it could also be useful for: Regional and National Networks who might like to use the resources to support a local conversation about aspects of good practice Induction and other training programmes, for which the guide provides easily accessible materials to use and download. Organisations keen to support their Guardians by understanding the nature and complexity of the role. Informing Guardian’s organisational appraisals and PDPs. The Guide offe
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    Misplacement of nasogastric tubes can have disastrous consequences for patients and is listed as a “never event” by NHS England. When Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust had two of these never events, the nutrition nursing team carried out a system-wide evaluation to identify problems and develop plans to address them. An e-learning package, robust standardisation in staff’s approach to patient care, re-setting “red lines” to support and empower staff, and the introduction of monitoring and reporting systems have contributed to improving patient safety.
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    Presentations include: Martin Bromiley talking a little about his story and the impact of design, followed by discussion with Francois Jaulin and Frederic Martin from the Anaesthesia Network. Dr Tom Clutton-Brock, Clinical Director of Trauma Management, discussing regulations in design safety and usability. Tracey Herlihey, Head of Safety Intelligence, HSIB, looks at the consequences of bad design. Colette Longstaffe, Product Assurance Specialist, Clinical and Product Assurance, NHS Supply Chain, looks at what the NHS is doing differently in procurement. Panel dis
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    Book here Matt Hassan, National Retraining Scheme and National Skills Fund Programme Director, Department for Education Iain Murray, Senior Policy Officer, TUC Nic Trower, Senior Policy Advisor, CBI Juliet Stuttard, Director, PwC UK Patrick Craven, Director of Assessment Policy, Research and Compliance, City & Guilds Dr Fiona Aldridge, Director, Policy and Research, Learning and Work Institute and Kenny Barron, Unite the Union; Joe Billington, National Careers Service; Stephen Cole, CITB; Lesley Giles, Work Advance; Jack Orlik, Nesta; Dr Susan Pember, Holex; Patrick Spencer, Centre fo
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    Findings Participants’ perceptions regarding their engagement as a patient safety strategy were expressed through three overarching themes: the word 'patient' obscures the message safety is a shared responsibility involvement in safety is a right. Themes were further defined by eight subthemes. Conclusions Using direct messaging, such as 'your safety' as opposed to 'patient safety' and teaching patients specific behaviours to maintain their safety appeared to facilitate patient engagement and increase awareness of safety issues. Patients may be willing to
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