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  1. Content Article
    The objectives of this study protocol is to establish baseline data related to the types and frequency of infusion pump alarms from the B. Braun Outlook 400ES Safety Infusion System with the accompanying DoseTrac Infusion Management Software. This exploratory study will analyse the aggregate alarm data for each hospital by care area, drug infused, time of day, and day of week, including overall infusion pump alarm frequency (number of alarms per active infusion), duration of alarms (average, range, median), and type and frequency of alarms distributed by care area. Infusion pump alar
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    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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    During 2021-22, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continued to put intense pressure on healthcare services and required HIW to adapt its processes and approach to its work. This report outlines how HIW introduced new ways of working to ensure it discharged its statutory functions, whilst being as flexible and adaptable as possible to avoid putting undue pressure on health services. The report describes HIW's progress against its four strategic priorities: To maximise the impact of our work to support improvement in healthcare To take action when standards are not met To b
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    Breaking down the barriers between organisations is key to the successful development of integrated care systems (ICSs), and the underpinning digital transformation that their introduction demands. Digital transformation can become the foundation of partnership working across health, social care, local government, and wider partners – including those in the voluntary, community and social enterprise, and private sectors – as place-based approaches to delivering care develop. This session from The King's Fund will explore what is being done to create collaborative digital strategies at IC
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    Recommendations The report makes the following recommendations for designers and developers of digital tools, and the NHS organisations who select and implement them: Work with digital innovations that meet the highest standards for accessibility and usability; Test digital products and services thoroughly with a cross section of patients, providers and commissioners; Use data to optimise and improve delivery to improve outcomes and minimise exclusion over time. Understand how different people may need specific channels of delivery at different times or for differ
  6. News Article
    No patient data held by mental health trusts was taken following a cyber attack this summer, NHS England has confirmed. The regulator told HSJ it had received confirmation from tech firm Advanced, which was the subject of a cyber attack in July, that no data had been breached on its Carenotes electronic patient record. The EPR is used by around a dozen mental health trusts. The process of reconnecting trusts fully back to Carenotes also started this week, after providers spent two months with limited or no access to their EPR. HSJ previously revealed that senior NHS chiefs feare
  7. News Article
    An estimated 1,820 people died in the UK after being given contaminated blood transfusions between 1970 and 1991, a report has found. The findings were published by the public inquiry into the scandal. The long period between infection and symptoms appearing makes it difficult to know how many people were infected through a transfusion in the 1970s and 1980s, before it became possible to screen blood donations for the virus. New modelling for the public inquiry estimated that between 21,300 and 38,800 people were infected after being given a transfusion between 1970 and 1991, wi
  8. Content Article
    Key findings 6% of White NHS staff in England said they had experienced discrimination at work from a manager, team leader or other colleague in the last 12 months, compared with 15% of staff from the Other ethnic group (all other ethnic groups combined). In 99.6% of NHS trusts, a higher percentage of staff from the Other ethnic group said they had experienced discrimination at work from a colleague, compared with White staff. Out of all types of NHS trust, community trusts had the lowest percentage of staff saying they had personally experienced discrimination at work from
  9. News Article
    Liz Truss has received a stark insight into the dire state of the NHS after new figures showed millions of people in England were facing often record delays to access vital healthcare. One leading NHS expert said the long waits for care, diagnostic tests and hospital beds showed that Britain’s new prime minister “inherits an NHS in critical condition”. The total number of people in England waiting for hospital treatment rose again to a record high of 6.8 million at the end of July – almost one in eight of the population. Patients are also facing long waits for accident and emerg
  10. Content Article
    Main findings At the end of July 2022, 61.0% of patients waiting to start treatment (incomplete pathways) were waiting up to 18 weeks, thus not meeting the 92% standard. The number of RTT patients waiting to start treatment at the end of July 2022 was 6.8 million patients. Of those, 377,689 patients were waiting more than 52 weeks and 2,885 patients were waiting more than 104 weeks. For patients waiting to start treatment at the end of July 2022, the median waiting time was 13.3 weeks. The 92nd percentile waiting time was 45.9 weeks. During July 2022, 1,602,408 patien
  11. News Article
    An estimated 430,000 Britons were still suffering from Long Covid two years after first contracting the virus, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). One in every 32 people in the UK was estimated to have some form of Long Covid at the end of July, equivalent to 2 million people. Of those, around 1.5 million said their symptoms were adversely affecting their daily activities, while 384,000 said their ability to undertake daily activities had been “limited a lot”. Fatigue continues to be the most common symptom reported by individuals with long Covid,
  12. Content Article
    The report found that the datasets most likely to be identified as influencing change are those which review maternal and neonatal mortality, namely those produced by MBRRACE-UK and HSIB reports. Other key findings include: Recommendations were commonly identified as the most useful thing within reports, particularly by clinical staff Resource and time constraints for quality improvements were commonly cited as barriers, but More than 85% of respondents felt that at least one dataset was influencing quality improvement. The report goes on to make a number of recommend
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