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  1. Content Article
    The following four initiatives were selected to receive the HQCA’s 2019 Patient Experience Awards: NowICU Project, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Misericordia Community Hospital Rapid Access, Patient Focused Biopsy Clinic; Head and Neck Surgery, Pathology; University of Alberta Hospital Edmonton Prostate Interdisciplinary Cancer Clinic (EPICC), Northern Alberta Urology Centre Transitional Pain Service, South Health Campus Take a look at their presentations and find out more about these great initiatives.
  2. Content Article
    Vince Clarke is a paramedic and a senior lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire. He has worked in education since 2001, first as a Practice Educator, then with the London Ambulance Service and in higher education, while continuing to practise at the same time. He is also a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) partner and Head of Endorsements for the College of Paramedics.
  3. Content Article
    Ward leader, Sarah King, had only been in post for 1 month when all of these concerns came to light and she was set an improvement action plan to improve the feel of the ward by developing the leadership team and creating a strong and supportive environment for a junior workforce. Following the inspection, Sarah developed an action plan that included setting the leadership team clear goals and objectives, improving record keeping, improving medicines management, addressing low moral on the ward and changing a chaotic feeling ward into a busy but controlled feeling ward.
  4. Content Article
    What we did Sharon Mcloughlin, Ward Manager, Dott Ward: "The Innovation Agency gave us the dialogue to engage with staff and address concerns objectively, without staff taking anything personally. I was able to say this is an outside organisation, and with them we’re going to look at how our team could improve." “It’s been about empowering staff, and staff realising that change has to come from all of us. I’ve gained skills to help staff feel more empowered and get on board, and see it as their responsibility to improve things too." “Hopefully as a result we’ve improved safe
  5. Content Article
    This is a slide set from Rebecca Lawton (Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Translational Research Centre) for the National Institute for Health Research and Yorkshire and Humber Improvement Academy, explaining what second victim is and how we can do better to support staff.
  6. Content Article
    From the 5365 operations, 188 adverse events were recorded. Of these, 106 adverse events (56.4%) were due to human error, of which cognitive error accounted for 99 of 192 human performance deficiencies (51.6%). These data provide a framework and impetus for new quality improvement initiatives incorporating cognitive training to mitigate human error in surgery.
  7. Content Article
    This briefing is aimed at staff in operating theatres and is recommended to be conducted at the beginning of the day before the theatre cases start.
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    This is a global online event from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, relevant to all who work in healthcare, with a focus on the role of the surgical team in delivering care. Everyone is invited to register for this free online event. The participants will be encouraged to use a smartphone or another second screen to actively participate and answer questions. This event will be delivered on Zoom – questions can be submitted, and the use of the chat room is encouraged. Registered participants will get a copy of the webinar recording, slides, questions and answers, chat room, Ment
  9. Community Post
    Have you witnessed poor care, reported an incident but you weren't heard or felt unsafe at work? Do you have the courage to speak up? Why should we need 'courage' to speak up at work?
  10. News Article
    Cultivation of kindness is a valuable part of the business of healthcare, discusses Klaber and Bailey in an Editorial in the BMJ. "When we reflect on the past decade, it feels as if we have made a big mistake in healthcare. We have allowed the dominant narrative to be around money, taking the focus, energy, and leadership away from our core purpose of delivering the best care possible. Balancing the books is important, especially in a tax funded system, and we have a duty to drive value for every pound we spend — but money is not the most important thing." Read full Editorial S
  11. Content Article
    The benefits of team events like briefs and huddles are documented. Briefs, or briefings, are planning events that occur before a case (for example, in the operating room), a shift, a procedure, a day in the clinic/office, or before an intervention. The brief allows the team leader to explain what is going to happen, cover pertinent contingencies, get input from each member of the team (including the patient), and ensure that each team member knows his or her roles and responsibilities. Huddles are team events for problem solving and updating the plan. Anyone can call for a huddle to deal
  12. Content Article
    Vanessa Sweeney, Deputy Chief Nurse and Head of Nursing – Surgery and Cancer Board at University College London Hospitals NHS FT decided to share a example of positive feedback from a patient with staff. The impact on the staff was immediate and Vanessa decided to share their reaction with the patient who provided the feedback. The letter she sent, and the patient’s response are reproduced here: Dear XXXXX, Thank you for your kind and thoughtful letter, it has been shared widely with the teams and the named individuals and has had such a positive impact. I’m the head of nur
  13. Content Article
    In this article, Miles suggests that we need to recognise that the culture of any one organisation does not arise in isolation. It is part of, and to some extent derives from, an overarching NHS culture. And the national culture does not always seem to treat patient feedback as a valued resource for learning. Evidence of this includes the following: We tolerate the use of dismissive language. Patient feedback is routinely referred to as 'anecdotal evidence'. That diminishes patient experience, and robs it of its value for learning. We are comfortable with a double standard in use
  14. Content Article
    I was invited to attend the Patient Safety Learning Annual Conference as I had been nominated for a Patient Safety Learning Award. Initially I had reservations about attending the conference as my inbox is constantly flooded with a myriad of ‘learning opportunities’ which have often not lived up to expectation. My journey from East Yorkshire to London provided me with time to read Patient Safety Learning's ‘A Blueprint for Action’ safety strategy of which I was very impressed. As a leader in preventing pressure ulcer harms I welcome the drive to change the way we think about patient safet
  15. Content Article
    Our Critical Care Outreach Team (CCOT) work regular shifts within the CCU and our new high dependency unit (HDU). I believe we are not alone, but at times there is an element of divide across the teams and we wanted to limit the ‘them and us’ culture. Even when we are not working within the units, we need effective teamwork to maintain best practice and, ultimately, patient’s safety. Unlike some trusts, our outreach, CCU and HDU are all managed as one big team. With this in mind, we brainstormed ideas for the reasons behind this ‘divide' and decided a regular newsletter might help us.
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