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    This year ISQua is holding a virtual conference. Reasons to attend: To acknowledge the hard work that the healthcare workers around the world have undertaken during the COVID-19 pandemic;. To remember those who have died and to dedicate ourselves to improve what we do, so that we will be better prepared for the next time a crisis arises. To share knowledge and to learn from the experts in the field, as well as those who deliver and receive care. To hear from the great plenary speaker line-up that we have assembled. To attend symposia on coproduction of health
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    What you need to know Medical treatment can create lasting trauma in patients that may affect their future ability to seek out and receive healthcare. People with treatment related trauma need informed, sensitive, and supportive care in all healthcare settings. Help patients with treatment trauma feel involved and empowered during decision making. Education into practice How could you establish whether your patient has experienced any treatment trauma? What support could you offer a patient who has experienced treatment trauma? How and when could you explo
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    This project was commissioned because of an issue with multiple medicines records being held by different agencies for local children with complex needs and at the end of life. The project was highly commended by NICE and a poster was presented at the NICE Annual Conference in 2015 (see poster below). This duplication of records was believed to be a major risk factor for medicines errors and a waste of clinical time. It also meant that parents needed to repeat information about their children’s medicines time and again, as they accessed services, including inpatient services, tertiary cen
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    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic health and care staff have been working in different ways and designing new ways to meet the needs of patients and service users, all while under a huge amount of pressure. This event from the King's Fund will take a look at some examples of those changes and how people working in health and care have been working remotely, flexibly and in an agile way to meet the demands created by the pandemic and to develop new and improved ways of working for the future. Sign up now to hear about: the role of visible, collaborative and inclusive leadership
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    A recent blog I wrote (see link below) brings together key information for clinicians, and especially for prescribers, from a variety of sources, including patients, relatives and carers. The aim is to help to prevent patients with autism and learning disabilities being harmed by inappropriate medicines. I began this in 2018 following the death of Oliver McGowan, which I cover in teaching for (non-medical) prescribing students and in my clinical education work. It links to the NHS Learning Disability Mortality (LeDeR) Review Programme. Key points: Most of the prescribing in thi
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    In January the CQC published a formal consultation on its new strategy from 2021.[1] The future aims and ambitions of England’s health and social care regulator clearly have important implications for improving patient safety. It not only plays a key role in assessing and holding organisations to account on safety issues, but also has the influence and reach to promote and spread patient safety improvements and good practice more broadly at a system level. Here we will briefly overview the aims and ambitions of the CQC’s new strategy, before then reflecting on the key points we included i
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    There are so many organisations that are doing great work related to Patient and Family Advisory Councils (PFACs) but an astounding number are not and this work is crucial to performance improvement. Meaningful and sustainable incorporation of the patient and family perspective is no longer optional for organisations that strive for high reliability. In this Patient Safety Movement webinar, the panelists will discuss the background of person-centred care, the history of its incorporation in the clinical setting, and the introduction of PFACs, current organisational barriers to implementin
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    Patient powered safety is about harnessing the power of patient knowledge and their networks to enhance safety of care. It is a platform in making care safe for patients, families, friends, carers, nurses, doctors, researchers, technology companies, health service managers, designers and engineers. The third symposium for Patient powered safety is being held online using an online. Agenda Register
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    There are many sources of variation in healthcare that can affect the flow of patients through care systems. Reducing and managing variation enables systems to become more predictable and easier to manage so allowing improvement of quality and safety. To effect successful service improvements, you need to understand the source of variation and use a range of tools to reduce and manage it. This pandemic has provoked the best of human compassion and solidarity, but those who manage our health systems still face extraordinary challenges responding to COVID-19. Looking beyond the crisis, our
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    Following a scoping roundtable and consultation with the Health and Care LGBTQ+ Leaders Network members, the NHS Confederation have developed a series of recommendations to help healthcare leaders, service designers and commissioners ensure their services and workplaces meet the needs of the LGBTQ+ population: Create visible leadership and confident staff. Create a strong knowledge base. Be non-heteronormative and non-cisnormative in everything you do. Take responsibility for collecting and reporting data. Listen to your service users. Proactively seek out p
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    There are many sources of variation in healthcare that can affect the flow of patients through care systems. Reducing and managing variation enables systems to become more predictable and easier to manage so allowing improvement of quality and safety. To effect successful service improvements, you need to understand the source of variation and use a range of tools to reduce and manage it. This pandemic has provoked the best of human compassion and solidarity, but those who manage our health systems still face extraordinary challenges responding to COVID-19. Looking beyond the crisis, our
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    The NHS will not pay to improve patient safety You may think that I am saying this to be contentious, but sadly I am not. As an independent business consultant who supports new businesses and entrepreneurs in the health and care sector, this is a conversation which I have on almost a weekly basis. The reason for this is that most innovations are in response to a perceived problem, and there is no problem more obvious than harm caused to patient during medical treatment. The British are by nature innovative (36,558 Patent Applications were made by UK citizens in 2019, ranking in the to
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