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  1. Content Article
    In a new series of blogs, Dawn Stott, Business Consultant and former CEO of the Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP), discusses how coaching and developing teams can support patient safety and its outcomes.  In part one and part two, Dawn looked at the strategies and coaching methodologies that can be used to develop individuals and to support patient safety, and discusses the indicators of improvement, prosocial behaviours and the importance of good communication to improve culture and, ultimately, patient safety. In the final blog of the series, Dawn discusses the importance of reflective practice and how it encourages  learning and growth, and helps us to identify and address challenges.
  2. Content Article
    In a new series of blogs, Dawn Stott, Business Consultant and former CEO of the Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP), discusses how coaching and developing teams can support patient safety and its outcomes.  In part one, Dawn looked at the strategies and coaching methodologies that can be used to develop individuals and to support patient safety. In part two, Dawn looks at how coaching can improve individuals, and discusses the indicators of improvement, prosocial behaviours and the importance of good communication to improve culture and, ultimately, patient safety.
  3. Content Article
    In a new series of blogs for the hub, Dawn Stott, Business Consultant and former CEO of the Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP), discusses how coaching and developing teams can support patient safety and its outcomes. In part one, Dawn looks at strategies and coaching methodologies that can be used to develop individuals to be the best they can be. We all develop at different rates; having an external view point that supports your progress is something to grab with both hands. It is not about about how good you are right now; it is about how good you can be.
  4. Content Article
    The current challenges in the NHS are leading to staff burnout and staff leaving their jobs. In a new blog, hub topic lead Sally Howard asks us to take a few minutes out of our day to day work to reflect and re-calibrate.
  5. Content Article
    Learn how to become a health systems analyst and use the science of ergonomics to improve patient safety and transform day-to-day working practices. Safety scientists play a major role in preventing unintended harm across many high-consequence industries, improving overall wellbeing and changing the culture of workplaces. Staffordshire University MSc in Human Factors for Patient Safety will teach you how to design applied solutions for health and social care settings. The course is ideal for existing health professionals – from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds - who want to specialise in care safety, risk, improvement and system transformation and advisory roles. These highly transferable skills are also relevant to many other sectors. Find out more from the link below. Start date: 28 April 2024
  6. Content Article
    This video explains why Patient Safety Learning set up the hub, how you can join for free and the benefits of becoming a member.
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    CORESS invites you to join their free educational webinar and hear from four speakers as they talk about their area of expertise in relation to patient safety. Programme overview: 14:00 - Introduction to CORESS and Welcome - Professor Frank Smith, Professor of Vascular Surgery & Surgical Education, University of Bristol and North Bristol NHS Trust and CORESS Past-Programme Director 14:03 - Symposium Programme Overview - Miss Harriet Corbett FRCS Paed Consultant Paediatric Urologist, Alder Hey Children’s Foundation NHS Trust, British Association of Paediatric Urologists and CORESS Programme Director 14:05 - SPOT Programme: The National inpatient PEWS Chart - Professor Damien Roland, Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine, Head of Service Children's Emergency Department, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust 14:30 - Championing Patient Safety with Evidence Based Medicine - Robotically Assisted Surgery - Dr John Burke, Chief Medical Officer, AXA Health 14:55 - What’s new at HSIB - Saskia Fursland, National Investigator, HSIB 15:20 - Patient Safety in a Medico-legal Context - Dr Michael Devlin, LLM, MBA, FRCP, FRCGP, FFFLM , Head of Professional Standards and Liaison, MDU 15:45 - Symposium Summary and Close - Harriet Corbett, CORESS Programme Director Intended Audience: This session is for Consultant Surgeons, medics, students with a surgical healthcare background and those in healthcare and insurance sectors with an interest in surgical improvement and patient safety. Register
  8. Content Article
    Learn about some of the clinical supervision models used for registered healthcare professionals to enhance personal and professional development.
  9. Content Article
    This is part of our series of Patient Safety Spotlight interviews, where we talk to different people about their role and what motivates them to make health and social care safer. Martin talks to us about the role of Professional Nurse Advocates (PNAs) in improving patient safety through restorative clinical supervision for nurses. He also talks about the need to recognise the close relationship between staff safety and patient safety, and the impact that long waiting lists and limited NHS capacity are currently having.
  10. Event
    The first event of its kind in the UK, Nursing Live will bring thousands of nurses together to enjoy a packed day of high quality professional development, peer-to-peer collaboration, interactive activities, and much more. Featuring over 100 presentations, demonstrations and masterclasses – together with special zones focused on the very latest clinical and technological advances in all aspects of healthcare – Nursing Live will support your CPD progression, develop your skills, and inform your practice. The event will also give you access to a wide range of self-care guidance and lifestyle resources designed specifically for nurses. This means you’ll get the chance to enhance your career, and boost your personal well-being, all under one roof. Register
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    This one day virtual masterclass facilitated by Mr Perbinder Grewal, will focus on how to deal with difficult people. Do you have someone at work who consistently triggers you? Doesn’t listen? Takes credit for work you’ve done? Wastes your time with trivial issues? Acts like a know-it-all? Can only talk about themselves? Constantly criticises? We will discuss strategies and tools to improve communication and interactions with others. For further information and to book your place visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/how-to-deal-with-difficult-people or email aman@hc-uk.org.uk. hub members receive a 20% discount. Email info@pslhub.org for discount code.
  12. News Article
    CloserStill Media Announces: Tickets are still available for The Healthcare Show, taking place at the ExceL London on 18-19 May 2022. London, United Kingdom CloserStill Media, organisers of The Healthcare Show, taking place at ExceL London on 18-19 May 2022 are delighted to announce that over 3,000 healthcare professionals are registered to attend. Don’t miss out on your chance to attend The Healthcare Show, two days full of opportunities to increase your industry knowledge through CPD accredited content and to network with both old and new peers and learn about the latest products and services. Bringing thousands of senior healthcare managers and clinicians together who are striving to transform care and improve quality against a backdrop of Covid-19, it’s an event not to be missed. Healthcare professionals can secure their FREE tickets online here. The Healthcare Show are extremely excited to open their doors again this year with a variety of new theatres and a fully booked exhibition hall. You will have ample prospects to develop professionally and examine the effects of Covid-19 within the healthcare sector. Show highlights: Louise Minchin, broadcaster and journalist, to chair the Healthcare Keynote Theatre. Co-located with the Digital Healthcare Show and The Residential & Home Care Show. Incorporating The National Association of Link Workers Conference and Awards Ceremony. Brand new theatres for The Healthcare Show 2022 include Transformation Theatre, Clinical Priorities Theatre and Care Quality and Efficiency Theatre. Incorporating The Patient Safety and Infection Prevention Show. Patient Safety Learning Partner Lounge will offer a platform to share a combination of tools, resources, case studies and best practice. Meet CQC inspectors across health and social care at their meet the inspector’s hub and put all your burning questions to them. The programme is available to view here (subject to change). Sponsorship is also now also open for the event. Should you wish to sponsor, speak or exhibit at The Healthcare Show please contact Mike Corbett on: m.corbett@closerstillmedia.com For delegate enquiries, please contact Imogen Scott on i.scott@closerstillmedia.com -ENDS- CloserStill Media, specialise in global professional events within the healthcare and technology markets. The healthcare portfolio includes some of the UK’s fastest-growing and award-winning events, such as Health Plus Care, The Clinical Pharmacy Congress, The Dentistry Show, The Pharmacy Show and Acute & General Medicine. It is a market leading innovator. With its teams and international events, it has won multiple awards, including Best Marketer – five times in succession – Best Trade Exhibition, Best Launch Exhibition, and Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For – four years in series – among others. CloserStill Media delivers unparalleled quality and relevant audiences for all its exhibitions, delivering NHS and private sector healthcare professionals from across occupational therapy, pharmacy, dentistry, primary and secondary care with more than £16m worth of free training.
  13. Content Article
    The Healthy Leadership Framework was developed by the NHS Leadership Academy, out of recognition of the impact good leadership and management have on employee wellbeing. The aim was to identify a behavioural framework that could be used flexibly to support healthy leadership development and help leaders promote positive wellbeing in the workplace. The organisation HWBInspiration was commissioned to undertake scope the relationship between health and wellbeing and leadership, while exploring the leadership behaviours that enable and encourage employee health and wellbeing in the workplace. Their final report outlines the research and its findings, as well as highlighting practical ways that leaders and organisations can embed the identified Healthy Leadership Framework. 
  14. Content Article
    These system leadership behaviour cards have been designed as a practical development tool. Developed by the NHS Leadership Academy, the set of 13 double sided cards are colour coded by theme; each card describes one of the behaviours and includes three question prompts on the reverse. The aim is to consider how the key themes and behaviours ‘play-out’, from an individual, organisational and system perspective. The questions support conversation and prompt self-reflection in the context of system-level working.
  15. Content Article
    The Healthcare Leadership Model (HLM) was developed to help leaders in the health service become better at their day-to-day role. The model is useful for everyone from board members to managers because it describes the things you can see leaders doing at work and demonstrates how you can develop as a leader. This webpage describes how the HLM works and provides a link to the free self-assessment tool.
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    NHS chairs and non-executive directors play a key role in driving forward transformational change across the health and care sectors. As a vital leadership group they hold executive teams to account and in doing so build patient, public and stakeholder confidence in the NHS. The NHS North West Leadership Academy (NHS NWLA) have curated a range of development support and useful resources tailored to support those in non-executive roles. This webpage contains information on: system leadership modules NHS NWLA Executive Coaching leadership masterclasses the Non-executive Leaders Network the Next Director scheme. It also contains links to the following reports and resources: Non-executive directors and integrated care systems: What good looks like Strengthening NHS board diversity Healthcare Leadership Model (HLM) self-assessment and 360 feedback System leadership behaviours framework and conversation cards Healthy leadership framework.
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    NHS Providers offers a board development programme that aims to improve the effectiveness of NHS boards and organisations through practical, interactive training and development delivered by expert trainers with extensive senior-level sector experience. This webpage contains information about the board development programme including: core training modules. in-house training. induction programmes. bespoke development programmes.
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    The ‘No Blame Culture’ being adopted by the NHS draws attention from individuals and towards systems in the process of understanding an error. This article in the Journal of Applied Philosophy argues for a ‘responsibility culture’, where healthcare professionals are held responsible in cases of foreseeable and avoidable errors. The authors argue that proponents of No Blame Culture often fail to distinguish between blaming someone and holding them responsible, They examine the idea of ‘responsibility without blame’, applying this to cases of error in healthcare. Sensitive to the undesirable effects of blaming healthcare professionals and to the moral significance of holding individuals accountable, the authors argue that a responsibility culture has significant advantages over a No Blame Culture as it can enhance patient safety and support medical professionals in learning from their mistakes, while also recognising and validating the legitimate sense of responsibility that many medical professionals feel following avoidable error, and motivating medical professionals to report errors.
  19. Content Article
    This guide by the National Patient Safety Agency offers guidance for junior doctors on what to do if they are involved in a patient safety incident. It includes case studies on: medication error competence communication patient identification reporting It also includes guidance on how to deal with a complaint.
  20. Content Article
    Learn how to change important behaviours in your personal or professional life in this course from UCL.
  21. Content Article
    This guide from Leading for Health is to help those interested in developing and enhancing boards and top teams.
  22. Content Article
    Since 2015 Quomodus has developed the digital course 'Diathermy – a practical guide to electrosurgery' for surgeons and other professional users of electrosurgery. The 30-minute course covers the history of electrosurgery, indication and proper use, adverse effects and complications associated with the use of diathermy. The course has been tested and quality assured by health professionals in Scandinavia. The course is flexible, user friendly and applies to all models of diathermy equipment currently on the market.
  23. Content Article
    When COVID-19 struck, many doctors helped out by willingly changing the way they worked. The BMJ hears some of their stories, including from Michael Farquhar, Paediatric sleep consultant at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital, and Alice Findlay, Retired former emergency medicine consultant at Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust.
  24. Content Article
    Recently an enduring discussion evolved on Twitter on why safety culture is important for patient safety. My reaction, of course, was: it isn’t. Let me explain why. I think it is possible to address safety without addressing safety culture. Or, rather, to focus on actions that will improve both safety performance and safety culture (as a by-product) at the same time. In this blog I propose some of these actions – showing how to create an understanding of how work is (actually) done (rather than what it says on paper), seeing what makes it difficult and identifying what resources are missing. If we address these challenges, then surely we will be able to improve safety and safety culture will follow naturally.
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    While scientific breakthroughs are giving people with breast cancer more hopeful outcomes, much improvement is needed in cancer diagnosis and treatment rates, which have seen further setbacks as a result of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 legacy has also transformed many practices in cancer care and research settings. So, what does this mean for nurses working in breast cancer today? This timely and up-to-the-minute webinar offers you a chance to benefit from the latest research and guidance on breast cancer care, from screening through to treatment. With a firm focus on the role of the nurse, this event will create a supportive environment in which you can hear from experts, ask your questions and engage with a community of breast cancer nurses facing the same daily challenges as you. Register
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