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  1. Content Article
    Current modules available: Foundation Newly diagnosed Meet the team Managing pain and flares A module on Medicines and Treatment (to be launched)
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    How to get involved in World Patient Safety Day 2022 WHO would like to encourage organisations to participate in World Patient Safety Day 2022 and asks that they: share their plans to celebrate. share best practices on the theme of Medication Safety that can be used for World Patient Safety Day. WHO is proposing a wide range of activities for all key stakeholders on and around 17 September 2022, including national campaigns, policy forums, advocacy and technical events, capacity-building initiatives and, as in previous years, lighting up iconic monuments, landmarks and
  3. Content Article
    In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, when we knew very little about the natural history of the virus, groups of patients started to report long-lasting symptoms. This was termed Long Covid or Post-Acute Covid Syndrome (PACS), and it posed great uncertainty for both clinicians and patients, particularly as case numbers rose. I was one of a group of UK doctors experiencing Long Covid who formed a social media group to make sense of our own experiences. This helped us to identify patterns of ill-health and share knowledge. In mid-2020, we published medical articles about the patterns
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    Course Objectives The objectives of the course include: Learn the potential catastrophic and costly consequences of failure adequately to share important surgical decisions. Recognise the importance of discussion treatment options rather than risks. Understand key features of the case Montgomery v LHB 2015. Appreciate the legal view of Shared Decision Making. Identify key elements of a Shared Decision Making consultation. Understand how to deliver treatment recommendations. Gain new consultation skills. Identify and apply effective ways of
  5. Content Article
    The My Type 1 Diabetes website offers: searchable resources including videos and leaflets, and multi-language content in the My Languages section (no registration required). six eLearning courses for adults with Type 1 diabetes, to help increase understanding and confidence in self-management. These courses cover a range of topics useful for people who are newly diagnosed, or for those needing additional support with insulin management, lifestyle change and complications management. They also include topics like driving, employment, alcohol, sex and travel. There is a specific co
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    This guideline includes recommendations on: hand decontamination use of personal protective equipment safe use and disposal of sharps waste disposal long-term urinary catheters enteral feeding vascular access devices. Who is it for? commissioners and providers healthcare professionals working in primary and community care settings, including ambulance services, schools and prisons children, young people and adults receiving healthcare for which standard infection-control precautions apply in primary and community care, and their f
  8. Content Article
    The Health Education England (HEE) National patient safety syllabus has five training levels. This page provides access to the first two levels of training. Level 1 - Essentials for patient safety This is the starting point for all NHS staff, and includes sections on: Listening to patients and raising concerns The systems approach to safety, where instead of focusing on the performance of individual members of staff, we try to improve the way we work Avoiding inappropriate blame when things don’t go well Creating a just culture that prioritises safety and is