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  1. Content Article
    The Comprehensive Model for Personalised Care has been co-produced with people with lived experience and a wide range of stakeholders and brings together six evidence-based and inter-linked components, each of which is defined by a standard, replicable delivery model. The components are: Shared decision making Personalised care and support planning Enabling choice, including legal rights to choice Social prescribing and community-based support Supported self-management Personal health budgets and integrated personal budgets. Through these standard mo
  2. Content Article
    Virtual patient cases available include: Shared decision making Evidence-informed decision making Medicines use review Making every contact count
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    This decision aid includes: an explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of controlling blood glucose levels. a description of the HbA1c blood test and what it tells you about your diabetes control. a 'weighing it up' decision making diagram. information about medicines to help control blood glucose levels. a table to help assess how a patient feels about trying a new medicine. diagrams to explain numbers relating to side effects.
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    The patient decision aid includes: a description of decompressive hemicraniectomy. a description of the pros and cons of the surgical procedure. an illustration of the chance of death and disability one year after the stroke with and without the procedure.
  5. Content Article
    The patient decision aid includes: a description of decompressive hemicraniectomy. a description of the pros and cons of the surgical procedure. an illustration of the chance of death and disability one year after the stroke with and without the procedure.
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    The patient decision aid includes: a description of the condition and possible illnesses that could develop as a result. a list of the options for treatment a table detailing what treatment involves, and the advantages and disadvantages of different options, including doing nothing. space to note other factors and preferences that may affect the treatment decision. details of available medications, their possible side effects and contraindications. a diagram illustrating the relative risk of experiencing different side effects.
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    Policy Points: Healthcare complaints contain valuable data on quality and safety; however, there is no reliable method of analysis to unlock their potential. The authors demonstrate a method to analyse healthcare complaints that provides reliable insights on hot spots (where harm and near misses occur) and blind spots (before admissions, after discharge, systemic and low-level problems, and errors of omission). Systematic analysis of healthcare complaints can improve quality and safety by providing patient-centred insights that localise issues and shed light on difficult-to
  8. Content Article
    The authors argue that Long Covid has a strong claim to be the first illness created through patients finding one another on Twitter. In the space of a few months, the condition moved into to formal clinical and policy channels through different forms of media. The article focuses on how patients in the USA and UK claimed epistemic authority, and argues that patient knowledge needs to be included in defining, researching and treating Covid-19.
  9. News Article
    Millions of people with mild depression in England should be offered therapy, exercise, mindfulness or meditation before antidepressants, according to the first new NHS guidelines in more than a decade. Under draft guidance, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends the “menu of treatment options” be offered to patients by health professionals before medication is considered. Currently, those with mild depression are offered antidepressants or a high-intensity psychological intervention, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). The shake-up forms par
  10. News Article
    Press release: 23 November 2021 We are pleased to announce that Patient Safety Learning is now a member of National Voices, the leading coalition of health and social care charities in England. Members of National Voices work together to strengthen the voice of patients, service users, carers, their families and the voluntary organisations that work for them. Commenting on today’s announcement, Patient Safety Learning’s Chief Executive Helen Hughes said: “We are delighted to have joined National Voices. To reduce avoidable harm in health and social care we all need to work in pa
  11. Content Article
    The blog shares topics discussed, including: providing a voice for people with Long Covid. genuine co-production. greater awareness of Long Covid symptoms. patients' experiences being validated. providing practical support for those with the condition. the impact of social determinants such as income, housing and discrimination on the levels of support people receive for Long Covid.
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    Suggested reading Blog: How safe are closed loop artificial pancreas systems? (12 November 2021) Open-source automated insulin delivery: international consensus statement and practical guidance for health-care professionals (13 November 2021)
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    Each lay summary outlines the purpose of the audit, explains key findings and why they are useful, and highlights gaps in the data. Lay summary: NHS Maternity Care for women with a Body Mass Index of 30 kg/m2 or above Lay summary: Ethnic and socio-economic inequalities in NHS maternity and perinatal care for women and their babies Lay summary: Evaluating perinatal mental health services
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    What is closed-loop insulin delivery? ‘Closed-loop’ insulin delivery, also known as an artificial pancreas system (APS), is a self-regulating system for administering insulin to patients with type 1 diabetes. An insulin pump is connected to a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) via a smartphone app or minicomputer - in some systems, this is built into the insulin pump. The app or pump uses an algorithm to respond to blood glucose data from the CGM, automatically adjusting insulin delivery from the pump. The CGM then picks up resulting changes in blood glucose levels and relays this infor
  15. Content Article
    In this session, James McCormack discusses the approach taken by the Patient Experience Evidence Research (PEER) group to resolve issues with clinical practice guidelines. He highlights three key areas: Shared decision making Effective guideline development The benefits of simplicity
  16. Content Article
    In the recording, David Harewood speaks to Simon Arday, Registered Mental Health Nurse, Mental Health Network Manager and the RCN's Expert Representative for Parity of Esteem and Kojo Bonsu, Peer Involvement Worker at South West London and George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. Their conversation explores what it means to be a person of colour navigating the mental health system. David speaks about his new book 'Maybe I don't belong here: A Memoir of Race, Identity, Breakdown and Recovery' and says, "As a Black British man I believe it is vital that I tell this story. It may be just one accoun
  17. Content Article
    The report highlights a dip in patient satisfaction with NHS services, probably due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The data also demonstrates increased variation in patient satisfaction between different providers. Trends identified in the report include: Sharp falls in ratings for maternity provision across England Significant variation in ratings for different A&E departments Falls in rapid access to care across whole trusts