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  1. Content Article
    This staffing calculator has been developed by the US Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). The tool is in beta version and uses input from individual healthcare facilities to provide recommendations to assist with infection prevention staffing decisions. There are three separate calculators: Acute care hospital calculator Long-term care calculator Ambulatory clinic calculator As the tool is currently in development, the data collected from participating organisations will be used to update the calculators and provide the most accurate staffing recommendations.
  2. News Article
    Medical clinics are using fake Google reviews to boost their profiles online, a BBC investigation has found. Consumer groups say fake reviews are a "significant and persistent problem" and have called on internet firms to do more to remove them and fine companies. Which? has warned it could be a serious issue if someone chooses a treatment clinic based on reading a fake review. Read full story Source: BBC 2 August 2023
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    Waiting lists across the country have risen due to COVID-19 and, as we continue in our recovery from the pandemic, hospitals are focusing on initiatives to reduce the backlog of appointments. Read how Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospital are holding 'Bones R Us' super clinics to ensure patients get the care they need. 
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    Clare Rayner is a retired occupational health doctor who caught Covid-19 in March 2020. Clare has since worked with medical colleagues to raise awareness of their concerns associated with prolonged symptoms, also referred to as Long Covid. They have also contributed to the NHS England (NHSE) Long Covid Taskforce as patient/patient group representatives. One year on from her initial infection, Clare draws on personal and professional insight to explain why people living with Long Covid continue to feel let down, abandoned and frightened. 
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    In her latest blog, Sally Howard talks about the importance now more than ever of listening to and looking after each other. Making your voice heard. Listening to and appreciating those around you. Looking after yourself.
  6. Content Article
    I would like to share with you my experience of an injury I sustained when working as an agency nurse doing bank shifts in a private hospital and highlight to colleagues the importance of knowing your entitlements when working for an Agency. Please make sure you are adequately covered for injury.
  7. Content Article
    This survey has been designed by the Long Covid Support Group to collate information on the patient experience of Long COVID clinics in England (also referred to as Assessment Centres), announced on December 18th, 2020. Data collected will be anonymised and analysed to produce a report to inform medical professionals, health organisations and interested stakeholder groups such as NHSE, Royal Colleges and research bodies. This survey is initially open for a 4 week period, with results expected to be published in Spring 2021. 
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    With delays to promised support and trusts accused of penalising staff during their recovery, HSJ dig into why the NHS must provide support sooner rather than later for those experiencing Long-COVID. Patient Safety Learning has recently published a blog calling for better information and engagement with patients who have Long COVID: Clear NHS plan needed to reassure Long COVID patients. We have also co-produced a patient information leaflet with the Royal College of General Practitioners, to help patients understand what they can expect from their GP. To listen to the HSJ podcast, click on the link below. 
  9. Content Article
    Teamworking is fundamental to the future of general practice. Practices are coming together at scale in primary care networks and new roles are being introduced, creating multidisciplinary and multi-agency teams. Making these teams function effectively is a complex task.  This guide from The King's Fund brings together insights from their research, policy analysis and leadership practice. The need for collaboration and communication underpins much of the guide and it providex further reading and case studies to support each section. Some of the sections will be more relevant to you than others, but if you are a GP, practice manager or other professional working in primary care, or you are supporting practices, this guide will help you think how you will go about creating and sustaining effective teams within general practice.
  10. Content Article
    Time to Change is a growing social movement working to change the way we all think and act about mental health problems. They have five simple steps to encourage people to ask questions and to open up about mental health. They also provide sources of help and support.
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