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  1. Content Article
    NHS England set up a handful of specialist mesh centres in April 2021 to offer treatment and support to women harmed by vaginal mesh surgery. But they aren’t achieving what they need to, and this failure is leaving thousands of women harmed by mesh without help to deal with their life-changing complications, and without hope that their pain will ever be taken seriously. Here are ten problems with specialist mesh centres, identified through my regular contact with thousands of women suffering from mesh complications. 1. There are long waiting lists of sometimes more than a year just f
  2. News Article
    Health professionals should not let fears about sharing personal data “stand in the way” of reporting patients at risk of ”being groomed into terrorist activity”, new government guidance has stressed. New guidance has been developed in response to concerns raised by clinicians about information sharing without consent for the purposes of the anti-terror Prevent and Channel programmes. It stresses that “fears about sharing personal data should not be allowed to stand in the way of the need to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults at risk of abuse or exploitation”.
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    The report covers: the history of patient choice in the NHS and what rights patients currently have. the role of patient choice and how it can enable patients to access faster care. the public’s view of patient choice and the support patients need to make informed choices. current policies in place to facilitate patient choice. the potential gains available from the wider exercise of patient choice, in terms of current levels of variation in waiting times, and travel distances to independent sector facilities. recommendations for the NHS on how to improve
  4. Content Article
    Survey findings Understanding information and asking for support One in five (20%) said they struggle to understand most of the information given by services. Over half (51%) had asked for support to understand information. Five in ten (53%) had asked for support to contact services. Four in ten (44%) had asked for support to communicate with staff. Getting support Three in ten (30%) said they rarely or never get the support they need. Two in ten (22%) had been refused information in a format they need. Over one in four (28%) had been ref
  5. Content Article
    As part of the Accessible Information Standard, organisations that provide NHS care or adult social care must: ask people if they have any information or communication needs, and find out how to meet their needs. record those needs clearly and in a set way. highlight or flag the person’s file or notes so it is clear that they have information or communication needs and how to meet those needs. share information about people’s information and communication needs with other providers of NHS and adult social care, when they have consent or permission to do so. take
  6. Event
    This innovative educational initiative from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh was developed as a direct and constructive response to the communication inadequacies exposed by the Montgomery case, and subsequent legislation. While it is not difficult to give ‘more information’ it is harder for surgeons and patients to achieve a decision partnership. The ICONS workshop content has been informed by internationally recognised experts in Shared Decision Making, by consensus among senior practising surgeons, by patients and by professional experts in risk management and risk communicat
  7. Event
    This innovative educational initiative from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh was developed as a direct and constructive response to the communication inadequacies exposed by the Montgomery case, and subsequent legislation. While it is not difficult to give ‘more information’ it is harder for surgeons and patients to achieve a decision partnership. The ICONS workshop content has been informed by internationally recognised experts in Shared Decision Making, by consensus among senior practising surgeons, by patients and by professional experts in risk management and risk communicat
  8. Content Article
    The guidance provides advice on the following subjects: making decisions with patients who have capacity what to do if your patient doesn’t have capacity assessing the overall benefit of treatment advanced care planning meeting a patients' nutrition and hydration needs cardiopulmonary resuscitation the role of relatives, partners and others close to the patient organ donation and care after death.
  9. Content Article
    Hysteroscopy is a procedure used as a diagnostic tool to identify the cause of common problems such as abnormal bleeding, unexplained pain, or unusually heavy periods in women. It involves a long, thin tube being passed into the womb, often with little or no anaesthesia. Concerns about painful hysteroscopy Patients, patient groups and politicians have raised serious safety concerns about outpatient hysteroscopy procedures for several years, highlighting cases of avoidable harm. Some women have described how the lack of forewarning, coupled with the trauma of the experience itself, lef
  10. Event
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    Healthwatch is hosting this event to launch the Your Care, Your Way campaign, which calls for improved accountability and implementation of the Accessible Information Standard (AIS). Healthwatch England has joined forces with a coalition of user-led national organisations to highlight how the NHS and social care fail to support people's accessible communication needs. By law, all publicly funded health and social care providers must fully comply with the AIS and ensure people are given information about their health and care in accessible formats. New research by Healthwatch England
  11. Content Article
    This toolkit includes information on the five recommended techniques for good health literacy practice: Teach back Chunk and check Use simple language Use pictures Routinely offer help with paperwork It also includes information and training on these topics: Access to healthcare Communication strategies Encouraging patient questions Informed consent Long term conditions Medicine Management Self-management
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