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  1. News Article
    Eight in 10 respondents in the largest survey of menopausal women in the UK said their workplace had no basic support in place and 41% said menopause symptoms were treated as a joke by colleagues. The landmark study found menopausal women were being ignored in the workplace and by healthcare providers, with a third saying it took many GP appointments before they were diagnosed with menopause or perimenopause. This rose to 45% for black and minoritised women. The findings were revealed in a report by the Fawcett Society, based on a survey of more than 4,000 women commissioned by Chann
  2. Content Article
    Key findings show: One in ten women who worked during the menopause have left a job due to their symptoms. Eight out of ten women say their employer hasn’t shared information, trained staff, or put in place a menopause absence policy. Almost half of women haven’t approached their GPs and three in ten have seen delays in diagnosis. Only four in ten women were offered HRT in a timely fashion. The report calls for: Employers to have menopause action plans Make flexible work the default Implement a public information campaign and invite every wo
  3. News Article
    Three in four GPs have reported facing increasing patient abuse last year, according to a major survey by a medical defence organisation. The Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland (MDDUS) surveyed almost 2,000 members across the UK, including 668 GPs, about their experiences last year compared with 2020. It revealed that 76% of GPs reported an increase in verbal abuse from patients towards them and their practice staff. Half of these (38%) said this had ‘significantly increased’ and the other half that it had ‘somewhat increased’ throughout 2021. Female GPs were more like
  4. News Article
    A survey looking at the effect of body image on physical and mental health has been launched by MPs in England. It also asks whether people have used the NHS to deal with body image issues and how successful services have been. The Health and Social Care Committee will use the survey as part of its ongoing inquiry into the impact of body image. The committee will hold another parliamentary evidence session on Tuesday. This session will hear from doctors, researchers and people with Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Questions in the survey cover a range of topics, including whether
  5. Content Article
    If you are a patient, carer or bereaved carer, please complete the questionnaire which explores the mental health and well-being impacts of living with mesothelioma. You can find the questionnaire at the following link: https://shef.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4N4DSn9q5jsQpjE Further information about the study can be found here.
  6. News Article
    In an ongoing effort to improve care and support for elderly women and women’s health satisfaction and outcomes in general, the government have published their report summarising written responses from 436 organisations and experts from the Women’s Health Strategy call for evidence. The organisations that contributed to the report included participants from the charity sector, academia, professional bodies, clinicians, royal colleges and other general experts in women’s health. The topics highlighted in the report include: Menstrual health and gynaecological conditions, inclu
  7. Content Article
    Priority topics The top 5 topics respondents want DHSC to prioritise for inclusion are: gynaecological conditions (63%) fertility, pregnancy, pregnancy loss and postnatal support (55%) the menopause (48%) menstrual health (47%) mental health (39%). This selection varies most notably by age, with topics rising in importance as they correspond with each stage of a woman’s life course. Other popular topics include research into health issues or medical conditions that affect women (34%), gynaecological cancers (30%), and the health impacts of violenc
  8. Content Article
    This discussion paper asks the following questions: How can we all promote positive mental wellbeing? How can we all prevent the onset of mental ill-health? How can we all intervene earlier when people need support with their mental health? How can we improve the quality and effectiveness of treatment for mental health conditions? How can we all support people living with mental health conditions to live well? How can we all improve support for people in crisis? The DHSC would like to hear from a broad range of people, including: children and
  9. News Article
    Several large teaching hospitals are among those which saw the steepest declines in the proportion of staff who would recommend the care of their organisation, according to the NHS staff survey results. Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Foundation Trust, University Hospitals Birmingham, Liverpool University Hospitals FT and Nottingham University Hospitals Trust saw declines of 12 percentage points or more in 2021 — for the proportion of staff saying they would be happy for a friend or relative to be treated at their organisation. This was double the average drop in the acute sector
  10. News Article
    Less than half of staff at scandal-hit Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust feel they can speak up about concerns, according to a staff survey, as a damning report warned serious problems persist in maternity care. Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust is one of the worst-performing trusts on the latest national survey of staff for the NHS. It comes after Donna Ockenden, who chaired a review into maternity failures at the trust, said her “biggest concern” was that staff had been told not to share concerns with her inquiry. Ms Ockenden told The Independent her biggest concer
  11. Content Article
    On the 30 March 2022 the NHS published the results of its annual staff survey for 2021. 648,594 staff from 280 organisations took part in this, providing a snapshot of their experiences of working in the NHS.[1] This survey provides an important insight into attitudes and feelings towards reporting and acting on patient safety concerns in the NHS and how safe staff feel to speak up on these issues. At Patient Safety Learning we’ve previously highlighted the survey’s results in this regard in 2020 and 2021 and here we consider the most recent results and what they tell us about the safety
  12. News Article
    NHS staff are significantly less likely to recommend their organisations as places to work or believe they employ enough people to deliver effective care, the service’s annual staff survey has revealed. The 2021 survey results, published today, showed regression across a broad range of questions, including in areas such as motivation, morale, workload pressures and staff health. One of the biggest drop-offs in survey scores related to the question asking whether there were enough staff in their organisation for respondents to do their job properly. Only 27.2% of those surveyed s
  13. Content Article
    Key points included: 67.8% of staff are happy with the standard of care provided by their organisation, a decrease of more than 6 percentage points from 2020 (74.2%). 55.5% of staff felt their organisation acts fairly with regard to career progression or promotion, regardless of ethnic background, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or age. This represents a slight decline compared with 2020 (56.1%) and is now three percentage points lower than in 2017 (58.6%). 62.0% of staff feel safe to speak up about anything that concerns them in their organisation. This qu
  14. News Article
    More than 80% of GPs believe that patients are being put at risk when they come into their surgery for an appointment, a new survey shows. A poll of 1,395 GPs found only 13% said their practice was safe for patients all the time. Meanwhile, 85% expressed concerns about patient safety, with 2% saying patients were “rarely” safe, 22% saying they were safe “some of the time” and 61% saying they were safe “most of the time”. Asked if they thought the risk to patient safety was increasing in their surgery, 70% said it was. Family doctors identified lack of time with patients, workfor