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  1. News Article
    MPs are to launch a new system for evaluating whether key health targets are being met in England. A panel of experts reporting to the Commons health committee will assess progress made on policy commitments, starting with maternity services. They will rate performance from "outstanding" to "inadequate" and seek to drive improvements where needed. Panel chair Dame Jane Dacre said it would be "fair and impartial" in its findings. She said she was keen to ask recent patients and users of NHS services to contribute to the panel's work as well as specialists in chosen fields, all of who
  2. Content Article
    Key points Audit measures practice against performance. The audit cycle involves five stages: preparing for audit; selecting criteria; measuring performance level; making improvements; sustaining improvements. Choose audit topics based on high risk, high volume, or high cost problems, or on national clinical audits, national service frameworks, or guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). Derive standards from good quality guidelines. Use action plans to overcome the local barriers to change and identify those responsible for
  3. Content Article
    This document is for those wishing to implement the SJR process at a regional or local level, with specific reference to clinicians, managers, commissioners and trainers in secondary and tertiary care. It should also be useful as a reference for community and primary care providers.
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    This report includes: Healthcare associated infection rates Mortality rates Serious incidents and Never events Safeguarding CQC inspections Delays in transfers of care Adult health Child health Primary care Complaints LeDeR reviews
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    This document is a demonstration of Virgin Care’s commitment to providing the best quality community healthcare services to citizens in North Kent. Quality Accounts are an opportunity for an organisation to take stock of what has been achieved and to look ahead at what is planned for the coming year.
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    This annual report, by the All-Party Parliamentary Thrombosis Group, recognises that the 2018 survey of Trusts and CCGs shows, like the year before, many areas of best practice and provision of written and verbal patient information are well established across the country. However, there is evidence of decline in a number of areas, even within those areas that have met their targets. While the NHS is facing a number of pressures across the organisation, including financial constraint and capacity issues, it is crucially important that VTE prevention and management remains a focus, partic
  7. Content Article
    Pain affects all of us on occasion, but thankfully can be controlled or abates over a short period of time. For some, pain is ongoing to the degree of becoming persistent and for many is it significant. An estimated 14 million people in the UK live with chronic pain. Pain therefore is a frequently presenting complaint across a wide range of health care settings. It presents to primary and community care and specialist (secondary) and specialised (tertiary). For most, their pain is treated, managed or resolved within the primary care and community setting. The pain management of those for
  8. News Article
    New standards for the safe working of nurses across hospital wards, care homes and in the community have been set out by the Royal College of Nursing, for the first time in its 100 year history. In a bid to underline the safety-critical nature of expert nurses in healthcare, the RCN hopes the minimum standards will be used to force improvements in safe staffing levels and the treatment of nurses across the country by NHS trusts and other employers. It comes as a new poll finds a majority of adults believe there are not enough nurses to provide safe care. There are 50,000 nursing vaca
  9. Content Article
    There are nine standards that every pharmacy professional is accountable for meeting. The standards apply to all pharmacists and pharmacy technicians: provide person-centred care work in partnership with others communicate effectively maintain, develop and use their professional knowledge and skills use professional judgement behave in a professional manner respect and maintain the person’s confidentiality and privacy speak up when they have concerns or when things go wrong demonstrate leadership.
  10. Content Article
    When joining the register, and then renewing their registration, nurses, midwives and nursing associates commit to upholding these standards set out by this code.
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