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  1. Content Article
    1 Inequality monitoring in immunization: Free WHO e-learning course Many people around the world are unable to access vaccines. The most disadvantaged people, who would often benefit the most from being vaccinated, often can't access life-saving immunisations. This free e-learning course by the World Health Organization (WHO) offers training and guidance on the five key steps of inequality monitoring in the context of immunisation programmes. 2 The Green Book: Immunisation against infectious diseases The Green Book is published by the UK Health Security Agency and contains the l
  2. Content Article
    This guidance covers the following topics: Vaccine administration Vaccine conversations supporting vaccine confidence The expanded nursing workforce (HCSW and NA) and vaccination Medicines management relevant to vaccination Immunisation training, development of skills and knowledge Keeping up to date Storage and cold chain Wearing gloves and hand hygiene Observation times after administering a vaccine Practice nurses administering vaccines in patients' homes Vaccine administration in a General Practice setting Travel hea
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    The webinar featured a number of presentations: France Duvivier, Vice President of the Belgian Oncology Pharmacist Practitioners (BOPP) presented the results of a survey of Belgian pharmacists conducted in 2020 Daniel Schuermans, Vice President of the Belgian Association of Nurses spoke about the changes to the European Directive 2004/37/EC on the protection of workers against the risks related to exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work and what this looks like in practice in Belgium Ian Lindsley, Secretary of the European Biosafety Network, gave a presentation outlinin
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    This webinar by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices in the US is aimed at: Pharmacists, physicians, nurses Medication safety officers Quality professionals Risk managers Leaders in pharmacy and nursing Pharmacy and anaesthesia technicians Although most medications in healthcare today have a wide margin of safety, there remains some which can cause serious harm or death if they are misused. To reduce the risk of error with these “high-alert” medications, special precautions and high leverage strategies should be implemented to avoid serious pa
  5. Content Article
    Latest case studies: Urgent/emergency care Delayed oxygenation of neonate during resuscitation when oxygen not ‘flicked’ on Equipment falling onto critically ill patients during intrahospital transfers Misapplication of spinal collars resulting in harm from unsecured spinal injury Ensuring compatibility between defibrillators and associated defibrillator pads Ensuring pregnant women with COVID-19 symptoms access appropriate care General medicine Harm from catheterisation in patients with implanted artificial urinary sphincters Confusion be
  6. Event
    Infection is a leading cause of childhood deaths, but many of these deaths are avoidable with timely treatment. The national Before Arrival at Hospital Project (BeArH), funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), explored what happens to children under five years of age with serious infections before they are admitted to hospital. The aim of this research was to explore what helps children get help quickly and what might slow this process down, so that lessons could be learned for the care of this group of children in the future. This forum will be led by Professor
  7. Content Article
    Resources include: White Paper: Implementing Closing the Loop Safe Practices for Diagnostic Results Close the Loop in Your Organization: A Step-by-Step Guide Safety Recommendations & Implementation Strategies: Closing the Loop Health IT Safe Practices for Closing the Loop Toolkit Closing the Loop: Evidence-based Literature Review Podcasts - Part 1: Diagnostic Error and the Importance of Closing the Loop, Part 2: Closing the Loop through Technology and Collaboration, Part 3: Closing the Loop Learning from the Data.