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  1. Content Article
    NHS Pathways telephone triage system is a clinical decision support system (CDSS) supporting the remote assessment of callers to urgent and emergency services. It is used in the following settings: NHS 111 999 Integrated Urgent Care Clinical Assessment Services NHS 111 Online To assist in the management of patients presenting to urgent care or emergency departments (Reception Point). The system is owned by the Department for Health and Social Care, commissioned by NHSx and delivered by NHS Digital.
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    Key recommendations Data should be collected systematically on cases of Long COVID and presented alongside numbers of cases, hospitalisations and deaths from COVID-19. Building on the experience of the Post-Hospitalisation study, a national register of patients with Long COVID should be established, including those who have not required hospitalisation, to enable long-term follow-up and thus a better understanding of thenatural history of this condition. This should include specific codes for GPs to use so that patients can be followed up and tracked in research studies over the longer term. F
  3. Content Article
    The MHRA safety review examined safety data for risks of major birth defects or abnormalities and concerns with the child’s development including learning and thinking abilities for other key antiepileptic drugs. It found that a number of these epilepsy medicines may be associated with some increased risks in pregnancy. Valproate (Epilim) is already known to be seriously harmful if taken in pregnancy and should only be prescribed to a woman if a pregnancy prevention plan is in place. Importantly, two antiepileptic medicines in particular, lamotrigine (Lamictal) and levetiracetam (Keppra),
  4. Content Article
    CAHPS surveys CAHPS surveys ask patients to report on their experiences with a range of health care services at multiple levels of the delivery system. Some CAHPS surveys ask about patients' experiences with providers, such as medical, groups, practice sites, and surgical centers, or with care for specific health conditions. Other surveys ask enrollees about their experiences with health plans and related programs. Finally, several surveys ask about experiences with care delivered in facilities, including hospitals, dialysis centers, and nursing homes. CAHPS databases For each sur
  5. Content Article
    The purpose of this review from Hutchinson et al. was to systematically examine published and grey research reports in order to assess the state of the science regarding the validity and reliability of the RAI-MDS 2.0 Quality Indicators (QIs). The authors found that evidence for the reliability and validity of the RAI-MDS QIs remains inconclusive. The QIs provide a useful tool for quality monitoring and to inform quality improvement programs and initiatives. However, caution should be exercised when interpreting the QI results and other sources of evidence of the quality of care processes
  6. Content Article
    In the late eighties, I attended a presentation on the future of the UK Medtech sector presented on behalf of the government by KPMG. The main message being the government’s desire for the industry to focus on research and development whilst transferring manufacturing to China! What relevance does this have to patient safety? Fast forward some twenty years and I am presenting the case for adoption of one of our most successful unique patented patient safety products (successful global use at this point around the 5 million patient level) to one of the largest NHS trusts. The difficu
  7. Content Article
    The Authors, conclude that whilst healthcare has much to learn from aviation in certain key domains, the transfer of lessons from aviation to healthcare needs to be nuanced, with the specific characteristics and needs of healthcare borne in mind. On the basis of this review, it is recommended that healthcare should emulate aviation in its resourcing of staff who specialise in human factors and related psychological aspects of patient safety and staff well-being. Professional and post-qualification staff training could specifically include Cognitive Bias Avoidance Training, as this appears to p
  8. Content Article
    The outcome is that the RCP released a statement on its website relating to revised guidance on the use of early warning scores for COVID-19 inpatients. The RCP suggest that all staff should be aware that any increase in oxygen requirements should be an indicator of clinical deterioration as the early warning score might not significantly increase.
  9. Content Article
    The aims of this study were to: eradicate accidental administration of medication into the arterial line and improve arterial line safety estimate the prevalence of wrong route arterial line drug errors conduct primary research implement the NIC in the East of England assess cost effectiveness and the uptake of the NIC in the East of England understand the reasons for barriers to adoption.
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