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  1. Content Article
    This webpage contains links to recordings of the different webinars that took place: Shared decision-making: Examples of great practice Patient stories: Our partnerships with industry Partnering with patients and communities: Our partnerships with ICSs Engaging with the system after a serious incident In conversation with Henrietta Hughes, Patient Safety Commissioner for England
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    With the distressing spate of news reports about mums and ­babies who weren’t kept safe in hospital, an initiative in the Midlands to improve patient safety in maternal and acute care settings comes as a relief. The newly announced Midlands Patient Safety Research Collaboration will bring together NHS trusts, ­universities and private business to evaluate how digital tools can help clinical decision making and reduce danger for patients. Problems can arise if communication is poor between medics when patients move between departments. Professor Alice Turner of Birmingham Univers
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    The report identified: Poor practice including a lack of proper clinical investigation. Inaccurate diagnosis. Poor prescribing practices. Poor record keeping. Lack of openness and effective communication. Inappropriate treatment The risks of clinicians working in isolation. The expert panel has made specific recommendations for RQIA including: Ensuring that patients have direct access to doctors’ letters. Ensuring proper multidisciplinary team working. Tackling isolation in clinicians working alone. These important rec
  4. News Article
    A review of the clinical records of 44 patients who died under the care of former neurologist Michael Watt has found "significant failures in their treatment" and "poor communication with families". While this review looked at a sample of cases in which people died, potentially thousands more could be affected. The review arises from a 2018 recall of 2,500 outpatients who were in Dr Watt's care at the Belfast Health Trust. About one in five patients had to have their diagnoses changed. This separate review into 44 deaths was conducted by the Royal College of Physicians at t
  5. Content Article
    The workshops brought together a group of patients, whose recommendations for specialist advice and guidance are: Establish a three-way dialogue between the patient, GP, and the specialist to ensure patient partnership and shared decision making. Streamline the referral process for GPs to get the advice. Include pharmacists into the advice and guidance process. The group also suggested ways to better engage patients in the service: Consider the individual’s care and communication needs. Allow patients to add information to the e-referral system and incre
  6. News Article
    Attending physicians and advanced practice clinicians in US emergency departments are more concerned about medical errors resulting in patient harm than in malpractice litigation, according to a study published JAMA Network Open. The findings are based on an online survey of 1,222 ED clinicians across acute care hospitals in Massachusetts from January to September 2020. Respondents used a Likert scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 6 (strongly agree) to indicate their degree of agreement with statements on how fearful they are of making a mistake that leads to a patient harm in their day-to-
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    How to have safety conversations: A resource for healthcare providers How to have safety conversations: A resource for patients and caregivers “What makes you feel safe” posters Presence of Safety - This document describes how Healthcare Excellence Canada is supporting a transformative shift from seeing safety as the absence of harm, to a more holistic approach that fosters safe, inclusive care. Engagement capable environments organizational self-assessment tool A journey we walk together: Strengthening indigenous cultural competency in health organizations Can
  8. News Article
    The Covid public inquiry has asked to see Boris Johnson's WhatsApp messages during his time as prime minister as part of its probe into decision-making. Counsel for the inquiry, Hugo Keith KC, said the messages had been requested alongside thousands of other documents. He said a major focus of this part of the inquiry was understanding how the "momentous" decisions to impose lockdowns and restrictions were taken. The revelations came as he set out the details of how this module will work. The inquiry is being broken down into different sections - or modules as they are being cal
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    This winter The Patients Association is bringing patients, carers and healthcare professionals together to talk about patient partnership. Join the following speakers to hear some great examples of shared decision making: Aimee Robson, Deputy Director, Personalised Care, NHS England, & Duvie Dafinone, Patient and Public Voice Partner, on decision support tools launched this summer to support shared decision making. Dr Sam Finnikin, GP, Sutton Coldfield and clinical research fellow, University of Birmingham, on Our Health – Our Knowledge, a new resource designed to help p
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    This online workshop will be co-hosted by the General Osteopathic Council and the Collaborating Centre for Values Based Practice, St Catherine's College, Oxford. It will explore the benefits and importance of shared decision making to both practitioners and patients as well as the challenges in making shared decision making a reality in consultations. It will also introduce a range of resources co-produced with patients and health practitioners to help patients and clinicians to express what is important to them in a consultation. Speakers include: Rachel Power, Chief
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