This webpage contains links to recordings of the different webinars that took place:
Shared decision-making: Examples of great practice
Patient stories: Our partnerships with industry
Partnering with patients and communities: Our partnerships with ICSs
Engaging with the system after a serious incident
In conversation with Henrietta Hughes, Patient Safety Commissioner for England
This report highlights some key findings.
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
Join cross-sector leaders and their learning partners to explore the role the voluntary sector can play in helping to tackle health inequalities in neighbourhoods, places and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs).
As ICS structures are set to become formalised in July, The King’s Fund, Innovation Unit and Institute for Voluntary Action Research are providing support to understand effective cross-sector collaboration. Together, they will share learning from work in partnership with, or funded by, The National Lottery Community Fund, and profile people doing it on the ground.
This webinar wil
A few months ago, a friend of mine began to experience some worrying symptoms; he was diagnosed by his GP with anxiety and depression, and prescribed antidepressants. Like around half of the UK population, my friend identifies with a faith tradition, and when he felt hesitant about taking the medication he’d been prescribed, his first port of call was to talk to a faith leader he trusted, who listened to his concerns and encouraged him to pursue the treatment he had been prescribed by his doctor. My friend did feel able to begin his treatment, and is doing much better.