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  1. News Article
    Junior doctors have been prevented from returning to scandal hit heart surgery unit previously criticised over “toxic” culture, The Independent has learned. A coroner defended cardiac surgery at St George’s University Hospital, criticising an NHS-commissioned review into 67 deaths that warned of poor care. However, The Independent has learned the unit received a critical report from Health Education England (HEE), the body responsible for healthcare training, just last year. The NHS authority was so concerned about culture problems and “inappropriate behaviour” within the unit t
  2. Event
    This one day masterclass will focus on improving patient safety by motivating staff to change behaviour and affect organisational culture. It looks at effective ways to encourage health professionals to routinely embed high quality clinical evidence into their everyday work. It will explore the characteristics of relatively successful behaviour change interventions. Key Learning Objectives: Improve patient safety by motivating staff Explore the characteristics of successful behaviour change interventions Embed high quality clinical evidence into everyday work
  3. Event
    This one day masterclass will focus on improving patient safety by motivating staff to change behaviour and affect organisational culture. It looks at effective ways to encourage health professionals to routinely embed high quality clinical evidence into their everyday work. It will explore the characteristics of relatively successful behaviour change interventions. Key Learning Objectives: Improve patient safety by motivating staff Explore the characteristics of successful behaviour change interventions Embed high quality clinical evidence into everyday work
  4. Content Article
    People all over the world are facing multiple serious threats to their well-being. From global warming to the burden of chronic disease, there is a need for different disciplines and professionals to work together towards a common purpose of helping people to behave differently. On this course, you’ll be supported to think about problems in terms of behaviours and apply principles and practices that can enable change. Discover why behavioural science is important Using frameworks based on behavioural science, you’ll learn a systematic method for developing interventions. Yo
  5. Event
    This one day masterclass will focus on how to use behavioural insights and Nudge Theory to look at patient safety and safety culture. Nudge-type interventions have the potential for changing behaviours. We will look at examples of Nudge Theory use in healthcare and external organisations and how we can use these to improve patient safety and also to reduce inefficiency and waste. We will look at the type of interventions suitable for nudges and how to develop them. Key learning objectives: Behavioural insights Nudge Theory Use of nudge theory to improve pati
  6. Event
    This one day masterclass will focus on improving patient safety by motivating staff to change behaviour and affect organisational culture. It will look at effective ways to encourage health professionals to routinely embed high quality clinical evidence into their everyday work. It will explore the characteristics of relatively successful behaviour change interventions. The course is facilitated by Perbinder Grewal, a General & Vascular Surgeon. He is a human factors and patient safety trainer; leads on medical education both locally and nationally; is a Member of the Faculty of Surgi
  7. Content Article
    Over the last year, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and the Runnymede Trust have sought to understand what we can learn from movements that have made change – as well as those who have fallen short – for our efforts to create change today. They did this by exploring what worked and didn’t work for four movements from recent decades. These were: LGBTQ+ rights race equality climate action health inequality. Findings: Insight 1: Evidence alone cannot change the world. Insight 2: Movements need a well-developed ecosystem of influence.
  8. Content Article
    The College’ s guidance is a practical guide for setting up, running and participating in high quality surgical M&M meetings. Preparation and organisation of meetings to ensure they are well-supported and attended. Effective chairing of meetings. Types of behaviours that participants should display to ensure discussions are held in an open and inclusive atmosphere. Presentation and discussion of cases Ensuring that actions arising from meetings are sucessfully completed and that lessons are learned and implemented. Read the guidance here. The fol
  9. Content Article
    Session 1: A better workforce culture Watch the video of the conversation with Camilla Kingdon Watch the video of the conversation with Alex Gillsepie Video of the session 1 panel discussion Session 2: Supporting each other Watch the video of the conversation with Dhruv Parekh Watch the video of the conversation with Hena Syed-Sabir Video of the session 2 panel discussion Session 3: Inspiration and joy Watch the video of the conversation with Will Flanary Watch the video of the conversation with Frank Turner Video of the session 3 panel di
  10. News Article
    ‘Unprofessional’ behaviours, a lack of compassion, and tension among staff and managers are all contributing to pockets of ‘poor culture’ at an acute trust. A Freedom to Speak Up report presented to the board of Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust found there had been an increase in bullying and reports of staff members being “humiliated” during the last three months. The report, which covers the first two quarters of 2021-22, highlighted a “lack of compassion, kindness, and understanding” between colleagues and noted “increasing levels of frustration” that people are not being held to
  11. Event
    This one day masterclass will focus on how to use Behavioural Insights and Nudge Theory to look at patient safety and safety culture. Nudge-type interventions have the potential for changing behaviours. We will look at examples of Nudge Theory use in healthcare and external organisations and how we can use these to improve patient safety and also to reduce inefficiency and waste. We will look at the type of interventions suitable for nudges and how to develop them. For further information and to book your place visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses
  12. Content Article
    2020 National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs) for specific programmes include chapters on: ambulatory healthcare behavioural healthcare critical access hospital home care hospital laboratory nursing care centre office-based surgery.
  13. Content Article
    I was employed as a healthcare assistant in a care home, where I worked for about three months. During this time, I found out that patient safety and quality of care were undermined by healthcare assistants, and the management and the nurses did not seem to realise it. Examples included: Carers were given a box of gloves each and they were expected to use them for up to two weeks. When asked for more gloves, the manager would check the last time they took a box of gloves and would question what they had done with the last ones they collected. In order to save the gloves, carers used one
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