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  1. Content Article
    The Next Steps tool contains information on: what to expect from the memory assessment process taking care of your well-being available support what if I am diagnosed with a form of dementia?
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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
    Patient Information Forum has produces three reports on the project: Phase 1: The Perfect Patient Information Journey (May 2017) This report reviewed the available academic evidence and used focus group discussions with patients and healthcare professionals to identify what was necessary for a Perfect Patient Information Journey. Phase 2: 7 steps to help health services improve information for people with long term conditions (2018) The Perfect Patient Information Journey took the findings and recommendations of the first phase research and applied them in practice in two pilot p
  4. Content Article
    In 2020-21, the number of people visiting the A&E department at the East Kent University Hospital Trust (EKHUFT), one of the largest trusts in the south east, increased by up to 25%. At that time, we noted a surge in cases of falls in A&E, particularly those resulting in severe harm. The risk factors were clear: A&E departments were busier than they had ever been The quality of health in patients seeking help at A&E was declining Those seeking help had longer-than-usual waiting times in A&E departments There was no clear way for staff to indic
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    This article looks at the response of different groups to the 2015 ruling, the legal implications for doctors including retrospective cases and clinical concerns and ethical arguments. The authors conclude that the Montgomery ruling has not radically changed the process of consent; it has simply given appropriate recognition to patients as decision makers.
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    In this paper, Liddell et al. disaggregate the diagnostic process into three different acts: forming the diagnosis, communicating it to the patient, and recording it. Second, they consider alternatives to Bolam for defining negligence, including less deferential profession-led standards, patient-led standards, and even a reasonable person standard. Third, bringing together these distinctions—within the diagnostic process, and between standards of care—they reveal the unappreciated complexity of negligent diagnosis. Analysing the standard of care that might apply to the three different act
  7. News Article
    A string of failings may have contributed to the death of a “deeply vulnerable” law student who killed herself while being treated in a psychiatric hospital in Bristol, an inquest jury has said. Zoë Wilson, 22, had informed staff she was hearing voices in her head telling her to kill herself and 30 minutes before she died was seen by a nurse through an observation hatch looking frightened and behaving oddly but nobody went into her room to check her. Speaking after the jury’s conclusions, Wilson’s family said that Avon and Wiltshire mental health partnership NHS trust (AWP) should fa
  8. Content Article
    The College’ s guidance is a practical guide for setting up, running and participating in high quality surgical M&M meetings. Preparation and organisation of meetings to ensure they are well-supported and attended. Effective chairing of meetings. Types of behaviours that participants should display to ensure discussions are held in an open and inclusive atmosphere. Presentation and discussion of cases Ensuring that actions arising from meetings are sucessfully completed and that lessons are learned and implemented. Read the guidance here. The fol
  9. Content Article
    the hub is free and easy to join. Most importantly, it is helping to drive safer care in a number of ways: Still wondering whether to become a member? Here are our top seven reasons for signing up to the hub: 1. Access thousands of patient safety resources Home to a wealth of patient safety resources, you can browse or search our library (called ‘Learn’) to access videos, blogs, guidance, research, practical tools and much more. All our content is tagged so you can easily find other similar items of interest in our Learn library. Just click on the tags on the left-hand si
  10. Content Article
    the hub is our award-winning platform to share learning for patient safety. It offers a powerful combination of tools, resources, stories, ideas, case studies and good practice to anyone who wants to make care safer for patients. the hub has continued to grow this year as a repository of patient safety research and good practice, while also providing a community for people who share our vision of a world where patients are free from avoidable harm. Since its launch, the hub has had over 659,000 pageviews and 298,000 visits, with 218,00 unique site visits from 201 different countries. We n
  11. Content Article
    When a medical condition is not understood by the scientific and medical communities, it has a significant effect on the people who live with it. As well as having limited opportunities for treatment and support, in many cases patients find their symptoms are dismissed and myths about the condition become widespread. But people living with Long Covid are working hard to unravel misconceptions surrounding the condition. The Long Covid community has a strong voice on social networks, bringing people together to raise awareness and campaign for better research and services. Since the conditi
  12. Content Article
    Patient safety not built into the innovation process Most digital healthcare-related startup founders are understandably focused on developing their business ideas, finding and establishing their new markets, and commercialising their offerings. Inevitably, they often do not have specialist clinical safety advice available to them at an early stage, and do not necessarily consider the patient safety implications of their new solutions. Once the offering is ready to come to market is has to pass a range of compliance and other hurdles (more on those later), which, for many founders, ma
  13. Content Article
    The following online courses are available: Communicating potential harms and benefits: primary care version Communicating potential harms and benefits: obstetrics and gynaecology version Communicating potential harms and benefits: perioperative version Communicating potential harms and benefits: plastic surgery version Communicating potential harms and benefits: ophthalmology version Communicating potential harms and benefits: cancer genetics version