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  1. News Article
    Several trusts have now started reporting thousands of 12-hour waits in their emergency departments, representing a huge difference to the numbers published nationally under a slightly different measure. This year, trusts have started submitting data to NHS England on the number of patients waiting over 12 hours from time of arrival in ED, until discharge, admission or transfer. Many trusts are now reporting these statistics in their public board reports. This is a slightly different measure to the publicly reported “trolley wait” figures, which count waits of over 12 hours from deci
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    The new health and social care secretary has asked officials to hastily organise several “hackathons” to try to address the crisis in ambulance performance. The first, which was instigated just last week, will take place tomorrow (28 July), and a second is planned for August, sources told HSJ. Messages from officials described the work as a “request from our new secretary of state” and explained the short notice by saying he was “pushing… quite strongly for something before the end of the month”. The aim is said to be to examine what is driving poor performance, and the Departme
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    Key findings From a public health perspective, it is possible that neonatal illness contributes to 72% of all deaths under 10 years of age. Children who received additional care after birth (neonatal care) made up 83% of children who died before their 1st birthday, 38% of deaths in the next 4 years, and 27% of deaths between the ages of 5 and 9. For babies born alive, at or after 22 weeks gestation, who subsequently died before 10 years of age between 1 April 2019 and 31 March 2021, half of the deaths occurred in children over one month old. There is a clear associat
  4. Content Article
    Key findings Patients, their care partners and care providers express that safety is more than the absence of harm. Safe care requires a proactive approach, with ongoing engagement of patients and their care partners. A number of strategies can be used to enable safer care including giving patients and care partners access to information and engaging them in safety discussions (huddles, bedside reporting, etc). Care partners, volunteers, advocates, and/or a point person (provider) is required to improve communication with patients and increase opportunities for them to
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    Key findings Pregnant women in prison are more likely to experience preterm labour than women in the general population. There are no official data on the number of women in prison who have children. Our work can fill in some of this gap. In 2019/20, 212 women had given birth in hospital within the four years before going to prison, 109 within the two years before. Access to hospital services is poor and this is a long-term issue. Hospital data highlight the complex needs of women in prison, particularly around trauma and substance misuse. Substance misuse plays
  6. Content Article
    Video illustrating the national Freedom to Speak Up picture of the cases raised with Freedom to Speak Up guardians from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022: 2021/22 data in pdf format The number of cases brought to them last year remains at the record level set in 2020/21 (20,362, compared with 20,388 in 2020/21). Freedom to Speak Up guardians have handled over 75,000 cases since the National Guardian’s Office first started collecting data in 2017. The percentage of cases which were raised anonymously has reduced to ten percent (10.4%). This continues the downward trajectory fro
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    Key points May’s data show that pressure on the system remains steady. Despite sustained volume of the most serious incidents, there were improvements in call answering and response times – although the latter continue to exceed national standards by some margin. Patient handover delays remain very high, with many thousands of patients waiting three hours or more, increasing their risk of harm and resulting in a significant impact on resources. The volume of 999 calls dropped for the second consecutive month, but remain well above the series average. 999 calls answered in the most
  9. News Article
    Trust boards should start scrutinising performance against new indicators set out by NHS England this month as part of a national push to iron out unwarranted variation in performance on key sepsis blood tests, according to an NHSE report. Blood cultures are the primary test for detecting blood stream infections, determining what causes them, and directing the best antimicrobial treatment to deal with them. However, it is too often seen as part of a box-ticking exercise, according to a report published by NHSE yesterday. Improving performance on this important pathway should be integ
  10. News Article
    Covid vaccines cut the global death toll by 20 million in the first year after they were available, according to the first major analysis. The study, which modelled the spread of the disease in 185 countries and territories between December 2020 and December 2021, found that without Covid vaccines 31.4 million people would have died, and that 19.8 million of these deaths were avoided. The study is the first attempt to quantify the number of deaths prevented directly and indirectly as a result of Covid-19 vaccinations. “We knew it was going to be a large number, but I did not think it
  11. News Article
    The number of patients in English hospitals who have tested positive for Covid has increased 28% in a week, the steepest rise since mid-March The third Covid wave of 2022 has now seen Covid occupation levels rise from 3,835 on 4 June to 6,401 yesterday. The sharpest rise in the number of Covid positive patients came in the North West region, where the total rose by 43% in a week. There are now over 1,000 Covid positive hospital patients in the North West, North East and Yorkshire, Midlands and London regions for the first time since 11 May. Some 38% of Covid hospital patien
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