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  1. Content Article
    Key benefits and outcomes: Every staff member has the opportunity to interact and engage regardless of their role or where they are based. Employees feel listened to and therefore more connected and valued by the organisation – and hence a stronger sense of belonging. The concepts are real solutions for capturing feedback efficiently. Ideas can be generated, responded to and acted on more quickly and transparently.
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    Junior doctors have been prevented from returning to scandal hit heart surgery unit previously criticised over “toxic” culture, The Independent has learned. A coroner defended cardiac surgery at St George’s University Hospital, criticising an NHS-commissioned review into 67 deaths that warned of poor care. However, The Independent has learned the unit received a critical report from Health Education England (HEE), the body responsible for healthcare training, just last year. The NHS authority was so concerned about culture problems and “inappropriate behaviour” within the unit t
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    Recommendations Deliver effective advocacy for medicines in pregnancy through a coalition of pregnancy and baby charities, working together with the public, researchers from academia and industry as well as Government to create a shared vision for safe medicines evaluation and development in pregnancy. This will allow for clear and consistent messages to the public and clinicians. Pregnant women should be offered the opportunity to take part in all clinical trials of medicines that could be used in pregnancy, unless there are specific safety concerns. Prioritise updates for
  4. News Article
    A trust chief who blew the whistle on her predecessor’s ‘aggressive’ behaviour and lack of interest in patient safety says it was the hardest thing she has had to do in her career. Janelle Holmes, who is now chief executive of Wirral University Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust, was among four Wirral University Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust senior executives who wrote to regulators in 2017 about the behaviour of the trust’s then CEO David Allison. They said he would react with “dismay and aggression” to concerns being raised about service quality, and staff were afraid to speak
  5. Content Article
    Everyone who works in health and social care should listen to this podcast in full. I've followed Will's search for justice and I am proud to know Will. A man of great integrity who is campaigning for an individual #dutyofcandour in #healthcare, for the benefit of us all. I remain shocked, when I teach on this, how few know Robbie's story. There has been so much lost learning, a failure of accountability, and a failure to deliver an effective statutory duty of candour. For me, this appalling story of failure and cover up highlights clearly why we have to recognise the value of w
  6. Content Article
    A personal perspective I was a newly qualified nurse working in cardiac care in the wake of the Kennedy report into deaths at Bristol Royal infirmary between 1984-1995. The response nationally was the introduction of governance frameworks which sought to standardise and monitor safety. It was needed, it brought about improved safety and allowed the NHS organisations to monitor compliance to safety measures. Governance and safety Healthcare, like in many industries, has adopted a large array of, at times, bureaucratic processes attached to this. These can be onerous for clinical st
  7. News Article
    The culture at a long-troubled ambulance trust is ‘worsening, not improving’, its staff have told a health watchdog. Concerns about culture and patient safety at East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) were raised to inspectors at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) during an inspection of the trust last month, according to public documents. In a feedback letter to the trust following the inspection, the CQC said staffing at EEAST’s control room was below planned levels, and the inspectors were “not assured that staffing levels met the demands within the service and this may im
  8. Content Article
    It is 22 years since the publication of To Err is Human and An Organisation with a Memory. Patient Safety has become a priority worldwide with the passing of the WHO Global Action Plan on Patient Safety. Almost every country has a plan or set of interventions to decrease harm and make healthcare safer. And the development of the science of patient safety has been exponential with increasing evidence of what is required to be safe. We now know what we need to do to prevent harm. In the report led by Sir Liam Donaldson it was stated that four actions were needed to improve safety in the NHS
  9. News Article
    Sir Robert Francis has announced he is to step down as chair of Healthwatch England 20 months early, claiming funding cuts mean the patient watchdog could soon struggle “to fulfil its vital role”. The prominent QC has also announced he will quit his position as a non-executive director of the Care Quality Commission on November 15 2022. In a letter to Mr Javid, Sir Robert said it had been an “honour and a privilege” to serve on the CQC’s board and a “great pleasure” to support Healthwatch England. He added: “I believe [Healthwatch England] has proved its worth to your department and
  10. Content Article
    The recent Patient Safety Learning report, 'Mind the implementation gap: The persistence of avoidable harm in the NHS', highlights some important challenges and barriers to patient safety improvement, not only for the NHS in the UK but globally for health systems across the world. In many countries, including my country, Ethiopia, various investments have been made to improve the safety of healthcare delivery. We have been setting national minimum requirements/standards for health facilities, ethics and competence review systems for health professionals, but we have never had the confiden
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    If you haven't had the chance to do the crossword yet, you can access it from the following links, in either PDF or Word formats. Blank crossword and clues (pdf).pdfBlank crossword and clues (word).docx The answers to each clue and the completed crossword can be found in the attachment below: SOLUTION - Glimpses of NHS whistleblowing terrain.pdf Notes on the answers can be downloaded from the following attachment: Notes on the solution to the Crossword Counterpoint (glimpses of NHS whistleblowing terrain) w.i.p. 8.5.22 (2).pdf A guide to the whistleblower's galaxy
  12. News Article
    An NHS mental health trust that has been the worst performing in England has been warned it must improve after failing another inspection. Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has been rated "inadequate" in the latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) report. The CQC said it had served the trust with a warning notice that it had to act on to improve patient care. The trust has been rated "inadequate" on three previous occasions by the health watchdog, as well as being the only one currently within the NHS's improvement regime for not meeting standards. Following the
  13. News Article
    NHS management and leadership are overly ‘task focused’, according to briefings by the senior military leader who has carried out a major review of health and care for the government. General Sir Gordon Messenger has nearly completed the work, which had been due to be published shortly before Easter but was delayed by the government, and has briefed several senior leaders on several of his main observations. According to several senior figures, he has said NHS management and leadership are heavily “task focused” — a management term referring to an approach devoted to completing cert
  14. News Article
    The chief executive of a mental health trust grappling with care quality failures has described his anger at ‘disrespectful’ staff who have ‘now had to leave the organisation’. In a message to staff, seen by HSJ, Brent Kilmurray, chief executive of Tees Esk and Wear Valleys Foundation Trust, said a number of staff had “stepped away from our values”. HSJ has heard reports of 12 staff members within the trust’s forensic secure inpatient services being suspended in recent weeks, and some dismissed, after being caught sleeping on shifts and using electronic devices while meant to be obse
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