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  1. Event
    The Deteriorating Patient Summit focuses on recognising and responding to the deteriorating patient through improving the reliability of patient observations and ensuring quality of care. The conference will include National Developments including the recent recommendations on NEWS2 and Covid-19, and implementing the recommendations from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch Report Investigation into recognising and responding to critically unwell patients. The conference will include practical case study based sessions on identifying patients at risk of deterioration, improving practice
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    This intensive two-day masterclass will provide Root Cause Analysis training in line with the 2019 Patient Safety Strategy and subsequent guidance. The course will offer a practical guide to conducting RCA with a focus on systems-based patient safety investigation as proposed within the latest guidance released by NHS England and NHS Improvement. The course provides insights into how RCA is evolving and gives detailed information on what standards RCA investigations are expected to reach following the detailed recent reviews of patient safety work across the NHS and healthcare. For furt
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    This masterclass will cover the new guidance and provide participants with an in-depth knowledge of what needs to be done to comply with the duty of candour; clarify ‘grey areas’ and provide advice on dealing with difficult situations which may arise. It will provide participants with an understanding of good practice in implementing the duty and, in particular doing so in a meaningful way with empathy, to not only comply, but to work with patients and loved ones in a way that puts the emotional experience at the heart of communication. Anyone with responsibility for implementing the duty
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    This masterclass will focus on developing your role as a SIRO (Senior Information Risk Owner) in health and social care. Key learning objectives: Understanding the role of the Senior Information Risk Owner Identifying Information Risks across the organisation Working with others to mitigate the risk to patients, staff and organisation. Confidence that all reasonable technical and organisation measure are in place Giving assurance to the Board that risks have been considered, mitigated or owned Understand the requirements of external confidence that po
  5. Content Article
    Coroner's concerns There were excessive delays in handing over patients at hospital. The West Midlands Ambulance Service Serious Incident report found that there were excessive handover of patients at the Royal Stoke University Hospital, with some holding for over 4 hours. This impacted on the ability of the West Midlands Ambulance Service getting to patients. Oral evidence was given to the effect that this was a national issue, and not limited to the acute trusts within the West Midlands.
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    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
  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
    The course takes around two hours to complete and can be completed at any pace. It covers the following topics: Understanding anaphylaxis The treatment of anaphylaxis Food allergens and understanding labels Roles and responsibilities in hospitals Practical management of food allergies in hospital
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    This resource provides information on the following subjects: Experiences of mental illness in asylum seekers and refugees Distress and common mental illnesses in displaced people Approaches and principles Need for triage Barriers to accessing healthcare Safeguarding
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    This one day masterclass will focus on improving patient safety by motivating staff to change behaviour and affect organisational culture. It looks at effective ways to encourage health professionals to routinely embed high quality clinical evidence into their everyday work. It will explore the characteristics of relatively successful behaviour change interventions. Key Learning Objectives: Improve patient safety by motivating staff Explore the characteristics of successful behaviour change interventions Embed high quality clinical evidence into everyday work
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    This one day masterclass will focus on improving patient safety by motivating staff to change behaviour and affect organisational culture. It looks at effective ways to encourage health professionals to routinely embed high quality clinical evidence into their everyday work. It will explore the characteristics of relatively successful behaviour change interventions. Key Learning Objectives: Improve patient safety by motivating staff Explore the characteristics of successful behaviour change interventions Embed high quality clinical evidence into everyday work
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    The authors found that the four most frequent tracheostomy-related complications were: unplanned decannulations, 71.4% uncontrolled bleeding/hemorrhage, 9.2% partial/total occlusion, 6.9% mucus plug/thick secretions, 6.9%. They concluded that in order to manage patient airways safely, staff need to be knowledgeable, confident and equipped with appropriate skills and equipment to respond promptly when there are complications. They discuss potential safety strategies to reduce the risk of complications and issues related to equipment, knowledge and communication.
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    A trust which is facing major governance issues is failing to respond to hundreds of complaints properly, with patients and families waiting more than twice as long as the NHS target for responses to their concerns, an external review has found. Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust, which is subject to regulatory action by NHS England, was found to be “not classifying complaints, concerns and comments accurately”, while staff had “no formal training”, meaning complaints were “not investigated appropriately”. Last year, the trust was embroiled in a governance scandal in which NHSE in
  14. Content Article
    The report makes the following recommendations: Use people with technical skills to manage complex technical problems. Build impatiently, but incrementally, accepting that new ways of working are overdue, but cannot replace old methods overnight: we must build skills, and prove the value of modern approaches to data in parallel to maintaining old services and teams. Identify a range of ‘data pioneer’ groups from each key sector. Build Trusted Research Environment (TRE) capacity by taking a hands-on approach to the components of work common to all TREs. Focus on
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    People all over the world are facing multiple serious threats to their well-being. From global warming to the burden of chronic disease, there is a need for different disciplines and professionals to work together towards a common purpose of helping people to behave differently. On this course, you’ll be supported to think about problems in terms of behaviours and apply principles and practices that can enable change. Discover why behavioural science is important Using frameworks based on behavioural science, you’ll learn a systematic method for developing interventions. Yo
  16. Event
    This one day course from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh will teach junior surgical trainees fundamental knowledge of vascular emergencies and investigations, as well as basic vascular suturing skills irrespective of their specialty. Through lectures, interactive discussion and practical skills stations, participants should be able to assess vascular emergencies, interpret vascular investigations and formulate possible treatment options, perform end-to-end, end-to-side anastomosis as well as vein patch and embolectomy by the end of the course. Register
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    This innovative educational initiative from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh was developed as a direct and constructive response to the communication inadequacies exposed by the Montgomery case, and subsequent legislation. While it is not difficult to give ‘more information’ it is harder for surgeons and patients to achieve a decision partnership. The ICONS workshop content has been informed by internationally recognised experts in Shared Decision Making, by consensus among senior practising surgeons, by patients and by professional experts in risk management and risk communicat
  18. News Article
    A number of London GP practices are training their receptionists to do blood tests, Pulse has learned. Professor Sir Sam Everington, a GP and chair of Tower Hamlets CCG, told Pulse that ‘lots of practices’ in the area have taken the step, including his own. Training a receptionist to carry out blood tests – which can be done in just six weeks – provides much-needed support to pressured practices, he said. Dr Everington told Pulse: ‘A lot of our receptionists have signed up to be phlebotomists and they love it because actually, phlebotomy is not just about taking blood. "Yo
  19. Content Article
    The review found repeated failures in the quality of care and governance at the Trust throughout the last two decades, as well as failures from external bodies to effectively monitor the care provided. This final report identifies hundreds of cases where the Trust failed to undertake serious incident investigations, with even cases of death not being examined appropriately. The review found that where investigations did take place they did not meet the expected standards at that time and failed to identify areas for improvement in care. The report contains 64 local actions for learning w
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