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  1. Content Article
    World Antimicrobial Awareness Week resources Campaign guide WAAW events listing Go Blue for AMR resources Campaign materials
  2. News Article
    A new report published by the NHS AI Lab and Health Education England (HEE) has advocated for training and education for providers in how they deliver and develop AI guidance for staff. The report, entitled ‘Developing healthcare workers’ confidence in AI (Part 2)’, is the second of two reports in relation to this research and follows the 2019 Topol Review recommendation to develop a healthcare workforce “able and willing” to use AI and robotics. It is also part of HEE’s Digital, AI and Robotics Technologies in Education (DART-ED) programme, which aims to understand the impact of advances
  3. Content Article
    The research follows the Topol Review (2019) recommendation to develop a healthcare workforce able and willing to use AI and robotics, and is part of Health Education England’s Digital, AI and Robotics Technologies in Education (DART-Ed) programme to understand the impact of advances of these technologies on the workforce’s education and training requirements. Supporting healthcare workers to feel confident in identifying when and how to use AI is a main objective of the NHS AI Lab, and a key component of its vision for the safe, effective, and ethical adoption of AI technologies across health
  4. Content Article
    This research, which comprises two reports, is a collaboration between the NHS AI Lab and Health Education England. Its primary aim is to explore the factors influencing healthcare workers’ confidence in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and how these can inform the development of related education and training. The research follows the Topol Review (2019) recommendation to develop a healthcare workforce able and willing to use AI and robotics, and is part of Health Education England’s Digital, AI and Robotics Technologies in Education (DART-Ed) programme to understand the impact
  5. News Article
    The “social prescribing” of gardening, singing and art classes is a waste of NHS money, a study suggests. Experts found that sending patients to community activity groups had “little to no impact” on improving health or reducing demand on GP services. The research calls into question a major drive from the NHS and Department of Health to increase social prescribing as a solution to the shortage of doctors and medical staff. In 2019 the NHS set a target of referring 900,000 patients for such activities via their GP surgeries within five years. Projects receiving government f
  6. Content Article
    The following key emergent themes of the Future Doctor Programme will help to prioritise the next stage of medical education reform: Patient-Doctor Partnership Doctors in the future clinical team have the patient firmly front and centre to promote supported shared-decision making and enable patients to make the best use of available care and support. The Extensivist and Generalist Future Doctors will have confidence in a greater breadth of practice across disciplines and specialties due to a strong base of generalist skills, which will enable them to deliver complex, comprehensiv
  7. Content Article
    This article sets out six ways hospitals can ensure patient safety during treatment: Provide Patient Centric Quality Care Design Purpose-Built Hospital Adopt a Health Management System Formulate and Revise Staffing Policies Enforce Safety Protocols Educate the Staff and Patients about Safety Policies
  8. Content Article
    As a dermatologist practicing in Detroit, Michigan, a city where the population is more than 80% people of colour, Meena Moossavi has seen how health inequities have disproportionately harmed her patients. At times, her patients of colour have come to her with late-stage skin cancer that she believes may have been better treated if it had been detected earlier. Because of a lack of awareness of the risks of skin cancer among Black people and clinicians’ lack of experience diagnosing skin conditions in people with darker skin, melanoma for Black patients can go untreated far longer than wh
  9. Content Article
    The research provided some key insights for teams that develop, publish and maintain health information: Small changes can make a big difference. Adding short explanations about the way patient data is used to inform health information had an influential impact on the readers’ perception of the health advice. Explaining can help build trust. Including explanations about the use of patient data can help increase levels of trust and credibility of the information provided. Improving awareness of how the system works. Including explanations of patient data use was linked wit
  10. 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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    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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