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  1. Content Article
    January 2022 - patient-centred care, NEWS2 on paper, ensuring safe use of Smartcards, fluid balance charts and the importance of education. patient-safety-newsletter-january2022.pdf November 2021 - hover jacks, taking photos of pressure ulcers, enhanced care assessments, an update from the deteriorating patient and resuscitation lead, and ensuring effective communication. patient-safety-newsletter-november2021 (1).pdf
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    Policy experts will help you cut through the noise and gain a greater understanding of how the health and care system in England currently works and how it is changing. Explore the latest data and hear balanced and honest views from our policy experts about the pressures and opportunities the system faces in 2022. Register
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    Sajid Javid MP enters his new role as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care in an extremely challenging set of circumstances. The Covid-19 pandemic continues to have a major impact on the delivery of health and social care services across the country, while also creating a range of longer-term challenges as we transition back to ‘normal’, such as the growing backlog of patients waiting for non-Covid care and treatment.[1] Like his predecessors, he will also face the huge task of tackling the persistent problem of avoidable harm in health and social care. This blog will outline the
  4. News Article
    A vulnerable man detained for 10 years was failed by a system meant to care for him, an independent NHS investigation has found. Clive Treacey, a man who lived his life in the care of NHS and social care authorities, experienced an “unacceptably poor quality of life”, and was not kept safe from harm before his death at just 47. The findings of the independent review, The Independent and Sky News can reveal, have concluded Mr Treacey’s death was “potentially avoidable” and comes after years of his family “fought” for answers. His family are now pursuing a second inquest into his
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    This Westminister Forum conference will discuss the priorities for NICE within health and social care following the publication of the NICE Strategy 2021 to 2026: Dynamic, Collaborative, Excellent earlier this year, which sets out NICE’s vision and priorities for transformation over the next five years, including: rapid and responsive evaluation of technology, and increasing uptake and access to new treatments flexible and up-to-date guideline recommendations which integrate the latest evidence and innovative practices improving the effective uptake of guidance through coll
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    The NHS Long Term Plan 2021 conference will set out the main commitments in the plan and provide a view of what they might mean, highlighting the opportunities and challenges for the health and care system as it moves to put the plan into practice post COVID-19. This conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to hear from key speakers on the NHS’s priorities for care quality and outcomes improvement for the decade ahead. The programme will inform and educate delegates on subjects that affect their everyday life all of which will help contribute both to patients and the UK economy.
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    Inquiries from Bristol to Paterson have highlighted the complexity of the regulatory system and the risk of patient safety concerns falling between organisational boundaries. The Professional Standards Authority recognise that the professional regulators have done much to improve collaboration and the planned reforms to regulator powers and governance may support this. It is important that these reforms proceed regardless of what structural changes are taken forward. However, with reconfiguration now on the table, they believe wider changes are needed to simplify the system to improve pub
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    On 8 November 2021, Public Policy Projects is hosting over 300 senior leaders in the heart of Westminster for a high-level day conference designed to turn policy into actionable insights in the healthcare and life science sectors. PPP will host a series of national and international keynote speakers including Ministers, governmental leaders and key providers for this strategic look at delivering innovation. Themes: Integrated Care / Implications of Health Bill Health Inequalities in UK The Life Sciences Vision Future Vaccination Programmes The event is fre
  9. News Article
    Health and care sector workers in England who decline to be fully vaccinated could be moved to back-office roles, a UK government minister has suggested, as a consultation on plans to mandate COVID-19 and flu vaccinations was launched. The six-week consultation process will take views on whether vaccine requirements should apply for health and wider social care workers – those in contact with patients and people receiving care. It would mean only those who are fully vaccinated, unless medically exempt, could be deployed to deliver health and care services. Speaking on Times Radi
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    In the dawn of a new era for digital and health tech transformation, the Leading Healthcare Innovation Summit looks to bring together emerging communities in healthcare to solve the most pressing issues facing the UK healthcare sector. It will be addressing the sector’s biggest challenges and concerns including the mental health of clinicians and patients; clinical pathways; diversity and inclusion in data and products; service and user inclusive design; remote patient monitoring; virtual consultations and ICS development. You will leave with action points to push forward your digit
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    Key findings The top-performing countries overall are Norway, the Netherlands, and Australia. The United States ranks last overall, despite spending far more of its gross domestic product on healthcare. The U.S. ranks last on access to care, administrative efficiency, equity, and health care outcomes, but second on measures of care process. Four features distinguish top performing countries from the United States: they provide for universal coverage and remove cost barriers they invest in primary care systems to ensure that high-value services are equitably available in
  12. News Article
    This interview with April Kapu, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN, a critical care nurse, discusses how Nurse Practitioners are changing healthcare, the likelihood of all states granting full practice authority to NPs, and what the American Association of Nurse Practitioner members can expect from her for the next two years. Read full story. Source: American Medical Association, 16 August 2021
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