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  1. News Article
    All medical students at the National University of Singapore will be taught patient safety through a virtual reality (VR) game, a move prompted by the COVID-19 social distancing rules. The game, called PAtient Safety aS Inter-Professional Training (PASS-IT), will use VR to get all 1,500 of them acquainted with the proper procedures in operating theatres. It was developed by the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine). The school has 12 such VR stations. Each has a 15-minute game with various medical scenarios that will require the students to "act out" the standard operati
  2. News Article
    Hospitals are so short of doctors and nurses that patients’ safety and quality of care are under threat, senior NHS leaders have warned in a dramatic intervention in the general election campaign Nine out of 10 hospital bosses in England fear understaffing across the service has become so severe that patients’ health could be damaged. In addition, almost six in 10 (58%) believe this winter will be the toughest yet for the service. The 131 chief executives, chairs and directors of NHS trusts in England expressed their serious concern about the deteriorating state of the service in a s
  3. Content Article
    This page is dedicated to the Anaphylaxis Campaigns (AC), Making Schools Safer Project and includes all the resources that they have produced for schools; from allergy awareness presentations (for pupils) to free online e-learning AllergyWise courses.
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    We know that it is no longer enough just to have a good idea; just as important is the ability to work collaboratively with others, to navigate organisational politics and to work with relational dynamics to use that idea to create change. In the midst of a global pandemic, where new organisational arrangements have changed familiar lines of authority and where leadership takes place predominantly from behind a computer screen, opportunities for influencing can be fraught with dilemmas and frustrations as well as bringing opportunities for innovation and new ways of working. This p
  5. Event
    The Patient Safety Movement Foundation is proud to partner with MedStar Health to offer free Continuing Education (CE) credit for this patient safety webinar. With Dr. Arthur Kanowitz, Dr. Sarah Kandil, Dr. Edwin Loftin, Dr. Anne Lyren, Dr. Kevin McQueen and Dr. Lauren Berkow. Free CE offered for physicians and nurses. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and ANCC contact hours. Registration
  6. Event
    The Patient Safety Movement Foundation is proud to partner with MedStar Health to offer free Continuing Education (CE) credit for this patient safety webinar. With Patricia Merryweather-Arges, Dr. Ronald Wyatt, Dr. Daria Terrell, and Dr. Marcus Robinson. M Free CE offered for physicians, nurses, and pharmacists. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and ANCC contact hours. Register
  7. Event
    This masterclass, facilitated by Barry Moult, a former Head of Information Governance for an NHS Trust, and his colleague Andrew Harvey, will focus on developing your role as a SIRO (Senior Information Risk Officer) in health and social care. Further information and to book your place or email kate@hc-uk.org.uk A discount is available to hub members by quoting reference hcuk20psl when booking (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer; full T&Cs available upon request).
  8. Content Article
    The Curriculum Guide is comprised of two parts. Part A is a teachers’ guide designed to introduce patient safety concepts to educators. It relates to building capacity for patient safety education, programme planning and design of the courses. Part B provides all-inclusive, ready-to-teach, topic-based patient safety courses that can be used as a whole, or on a per topic basis. There are 11 patient safety topics, each designed to feature a variety of ideas and methods for patient safety learning. Universities are encouraged to start with Part A which provides comprehensive advice on how to intr
  9. Content Article
    Our recent observational study, published in the Health Informatics Journal, focussed on staff safety in the mental healthcare setting. We worked with a mental healthcare provider to extract and analyse incidents of adverse events. In one aspect of the work, we looked specifically at the incidents that were reported that had recorded a member of staff as a ‘victim’ of the adverse event. From the 1 September 2014 to the 31 March 2017, 19,693 members of staff were reported as victims across 10,119 adverse events. For context, this was the equivalent of around 25 incidents per week, but it i
  10. Content Article
    This US based study found that nurses’ pattern recognition and sense of worry can provide important information for the detection of acute physiological deterioration and should be included in the electronic medical record.
  11. Content Article
    Between April and June 2018, the RCPCH Children and Young People’s Engagement Team met with over 130 children, young people and families to collect their views on ‘service contact ability’ and family mental health. Over 2335 questionnaires were submitted by children, young people and their carers. This submission demonstrates: patient-led activity impact from patient and public involvement embedded involvement to sustain QI
  12. Content Article
    This guidance includes; What are RRTs and CCO services? What is COVID-19? Why is COVID-19 important to the RRT and CCO service? Overarching principles Safety of the RRT responders Identification of suspected / confirmed cases Use of NIV, CPAP and high flow nasal oxygen Method of activation of the RRT Coordinating a response to a patient with suspected / confirmed COVID-19 Use of non-ICU staff as members of the responding team Training of staff.
  13. Content Article
    ITU handover Bedside checklists Transducing arterial lines Arterial line sampling Bedside monitoring Observations Ventilation basics Activity sheet. About the author Sam is a registered nurse who works for a Trust on the South Coast of England
  14. Community Post
    One of the interesting discussions at our Patient Safety Learning Annual Conference was what do future directors of patient safety look like? What are the skills and attributes that they will possess? Andy Burrell wrote an excellent blog for the hub following this: What are you thoughts and suggestions?
  15. Community Post
    Root case analysis has its detractors but can still bring value to understanding deep-seated problems that affect the safety of care. Does anyone have a checklist of elements of an effective TRAINING strategy to bring staff on board with the process? Not how to do an RCA, but to bring a team to the skill competencies they need to do RCA? I'd appreciate hearing your experiences. Please tell your tales!
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