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  1. Content Article
    The report contains a number of findings related to: patterns of care at diagnosis staging and treatment planning waiting times along the care pathway curative surgery non-curative treatments. It also includes findings relating to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, including: In April 2020, the number of patients diagnosed with OG cancer was 43.6% of the 2019/20 monthly average, falling from 837 to 365 cases per month. The numbers diagnosed soon returned to normal levels, and in the period from June 2020 to March 2021, the number of monthly
  2. News Article
    German public research funder Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) is conducting an audit of the clinical trials it has supported in the past. The audit was announced in response to a request from TranspariMED asking DFG for a list of all its trials completed between 2009 and 2017, to which DFG replied that it currently has no such comprehensive dataset. DFG stated that it is "currently preparing an evaluation of its clinical trials programme. In the framework of this evaluation the data you requested will be collected and analysed, as the outcomes of trials supported by DFG is of high i
  3. Content Article
    Key messages Fall-related fractures can happen on any ward There is only one chance to get it right High quality multi-factorial risk assessment (MFRA) is necessary to ensure important fall risk factors are addressed Accurate post-fall checks support effective care All inpatients should have access to flat lifting equipment to move patients from the floor Inpatients who sustain a femoral fracture should have immediate access to analgesia Improvement activities should focus on fall prevention and post-fall management processes
  4. Content Article
    The report found that the datasets most likely to be identified as influencing change are those which review maternal and neonatal mortality, namely those produced by MBRRACE-UK and HSIB reports. Other key findings include: Recommendations were commonly identified as the most useful thing within reports, particularly by clinical staff Resource and time constraints for quality improvements were commonly cited as barriers, but More than 85% of respondents felt that at least one dataset was influencing quality improvement. The report goes on to make a number of recommend
  5. Content Article
    This report highlights some key findings. Clinical services 100% of direct medical services were conducting the Clinical Standards Scorecards to ensure the safety of their service provision. However, use of the monthly and quarterly checklists was not as high or as regular. Direct service delivery in a majority of countries audited (5 out of 7) were fully compliant with the Clinical Standards. The average patient satisfaction score was 88%, outlining that in general, the 105 patients surveyed were satisfied with all aspects of service provision within our direct medical
  6. Event
    The National Comparative Audit of Blood Transfusion is the largest programme of clinical audits of blood transfusion in the world and is funded by NHS Blood and Transplant. It began in 2002 and audits the administration of blood and blood components as well as assessing appropriate use of blood in various clinical settings. It is concluding its work on three National Comparative Audits: 2018 audit of the use of fresh frozen plasma, cryoprecipitate and transfusions for bleeding in neonates and other children 2019 Re-audit of the medical use of red cells 2021 audit of NI
  7. Event
    This one day masterclass, Mr Perbinder Grewal, General & Vascular Surgeon and Human Factors Trainer, will focus on teams working effectively and productively through improving the culture within healthcare organisations. There will be a focus on how safety and culture is perceived by healthcare staff and how culture relates to QI and audit. The outcome of the day is to not only improve safety culture and patient safety but also staff experience and staff engagement. Key learning objectives: Define culture within healthcare. Understand safety culture. Explore cultur
  8. Content Article
    The findings include: 71% of patients were checked for injury before being moved (up from 69% in 2019) Flat lifting equipment was used for 26% of patients (up from 22% in 2019), and 62% of patients were assessed by a medic within 30 minutes (up from 52% in 2019). The risk factor which was most often assessed was continence, with 74% patients undergoing this component of the MFRA (multi-factorial fall risk assessment). Lying/standing blood pressure was the least often assessed, with 35% getting this assessment. The report makes a number of recommendations, includi
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