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  1. 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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    The Royal College of Physicians calls for the NHS to take the opportunity to address the consultant shortage as the UK begins to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Key findings of the census Only 52% of posts advertised were filled. For the past eight years, barely half of advertised consultant posts were filled, mostly due to a lack of suitable applicants. 36% of consultants described being in control of their workload only ‘sometimes’ or ‘almost never’. 38% said that they worked excessive hours or had an excessive workload ‘almost always’ or ‘most of the time’. 35% o
  3. News Article
    Patients are dying in the backs of ambulances or on trolleys in A&E while others languish in beds unable to be discharged due to the collapse in social care. Others waiting in pain are desperate to get a bed for much-needed surgery. While there are many ingredients mixing together to create the current NHS crisis, a widespread shortage of nurses, doctors and other essential staff is one of the major contributory factors. Many in the NHS reacted with disbelief on Tuesday after 280 MPs voted with the government to reject a bid to force through better workforce planning for the NHS.
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    Midwives across England are still not receiving enough essential safety training with the pandemic leaving hospitals delivering less training than three years ago. A new report from the charity Baby Lifeline, based on an investigation of 124 NHS trusts in England, found 9 in 10 units had training affected by the pandemic with staff shortages named as a major factor in preventing workers from taking time out for learning. This was cited by 72% of units as a problem. The average spend on maternity training was significantly lower in 2020-21 at £34,290 compared to £59,873 in 2017-18, w
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    This resource is designed for: Doctors & Nurses in Emergency Departments Paediatric Doctors & Nurses in training General Practitioners Doctors in Foundation Programmes Emergency Care Practitioners, Paramedics & Technicians Medical students Nurse Practitioners & GP Practice Nurses Health Visitors & School Nurses
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    Training gaps which already existed due to chronic underfunding and staff shortages have become worse due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and this report makes recommendations to improve local and national training at a critical time for maternity. Mind the Gap 2021 identifies and makes recommendations for workforce training in five priority areas: There needs to be a significant increase in funding to allow professionals to develop and maintain skills and to retain staff within maternity. This funding needs to properly support the expansion of the maternity workforce, attendance and ba
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    Students studying this course with HSIB will work with investigation science educators to explore the aspects of safety science, investigation processes and investigation skills which provide the foundations for the professional safety investigator. Students will be guided through the process of an investigation to identify the systemic factors which contribute to cause an unexpected incident. The teaching and learning will be multi-method online providing opportunity to collaborate with co-learners in exploring the practical application of investigation science in healthcare. Course date
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    This two-hour course is designed to give strategic decision makers and senior leaders in healthcare, an overview of the philosophical and methodological principles which sit behind modern healthcare safety investigations. HSIB has been directed to develop and deliver this training across the NHS by the Department of Health and Social Care, to support local investigations. Students will be guided around the areas which drive the HSIB investigation science curriculum so that they have information about what to expect from investigations in the future. Course dates are available from 9
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    The course offers an overview of the principles which underpin a systems approach to investigative interviews. Students on this course will be part of a small group who undertake healthcare safety investigations. Students will be supported by HSIB Senior Investigation Science Educators through two hours of traditional lectures, interactive activities and discussions. They will be directed to specific activities designed to extend and consolidate knowledge. On completion of the course students gain a certificate in 'A Systems Approach to Investigative Interviewing'. Course dates
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    This 30-hour, tutor-led course will run over 10 sessions from 20 January until 31 March 2022 on Thursday mornings, 9.30am - 12.30pm. Students will work with investigation science educators to explore the aspects of safety science, investigation processes and investigation skills which provide the foundations for the professional safety investigator. You will be guided through the process of an investigation to identify the systemic factors which contribute to cause an unexpected incident. The teaching and learning will be multi-method online providing opportunity to collaborate with your
  11. News Article
    A groundbreaking inquiry into sickle cell disease has found “serious care failings” in acute services and evidence of attitudes underpinned by racism. The report by the all-party parliamentary group (APPG) on Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, led by Pat McFadden MP, found evidence of sub-standard care for sickle cell patients admitted to general wards or attending A&E departments. The inquiry also found widespread lack of adherence to national care standards, low awareness of sickle cell among healthcare professionals and clear examples of inadequate training and insufficient investm
  12. Content Article
    Key findings from the inquiry include: evidence of sub-standard care for sickle cell patients admitted to general wards or attending A&E departments (including a widespread lack of adherence to national care standards) low awareness of sickle cell among healthcare professionals and clear examples of inadequate training and insufficient investment in sickle cell care frequent reports of negative attitudes towards sickle cell patients and a weight of the evidence suggests that such attitudes are often underpinned by racism. The inquiry also found that these concerns
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    This interactive, virtual workshop breaks down the principles of performance improvement into ten simple steps. The Performance Improvement Workshops will introduce and detail concepts of performance improvement, which can then be adapted and applied to healthcare organizations around the world. Attendees can expect to gain a thorough understanding of: The basics of performance improvement How to use the tools available to lead projects across multiple settings, and How to collect, measure, and evaluate data to inform meaningful adjustments. The Workshop will wel
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    This interactive, virtual workshop breaks down the principles of performance improvement into ten simple steps. The Performance Improvement Workshops will introduce and detail concepts of performance improvement, which can then be adapted and applied to healthcare organizations around the world. Attendees can expect to gain a thorough understanding of: The basics of performance improvement How to use the tools available to lead projects across multiple settings, and How to collect, measure, and evaluate data to inform meaningful adjustments. The Workshop will wel
  15. Content Article
    What is an Adjournment Debate? There is a 30-minute Adjournment Debate at the end of each day's sitting of the House of Commons. They provide an opportunity for an individual backbench MP to raise an issue and receive a response from the relevant Minister. Unlike many other debates, these take place without a question which the House of Commons must then make a decision on.[1] NHS Allergy Services In this debate Jon Cruddas MP raised a series of points about improving allergy services in the UK and in support of numerous recommendations made in a recent report by the All-Party Par
  16. News Article
    There is a “lack” of NHS services available to people with allergies, a group of MPs has said. Despite increasing rates of hospital admissions for severe allergic reactions – also known as anaphylaxis – allergy services “have largely been ignored”, the All Party Parliamentary Group for Allergy said. The group warned allergies are “poorly managed” across the health service due to a “lack of training” and only a small number of allergy experts. “This mismatch has continued despite millions of patients having significant allergic disease,” it said. In its latest report, which
  17. Content Article
    Key recommendations: Create more training posts in allergy. Train many more doctors to be allergy specialists. Increase the number of consultant allergists. Increase allergy knowledge in primary care through training and education. Bring allergy care into the 21st century, raise standards and the consistency of care across the UK. Further reading: Why allergies are the Cinderella service of the NHS – a blog by Tim McLachlan
  18. Content Article
    The National patient safety syllabus has five training levels. This page provides access to the first two levels of training. Level 1 - Essentials for patient safety This is the starting point for all NHS staff, and includes sections on: Listening to patients and raising concerns The systems approach to safety, where instead of focusing on the performance of individual members of staff, we try to improve the way we work Avoiding inappropriate blame when things don’t go well Creating a just culture that prioritises safety and is open to learning about risk and
  19. News Article
    Health Education England (HEE) has announced that its new £10 million training programme, intended to ‘boost’ the critical care workforce, will be rolled out this autumn. According to HEE, the funds it secured earlier this year will provide nurses and Allied Health Professionals with a ‘nationally recognised pathway’ to further their careers in Adult Intensive Care Units (ICUs). Specialist training, delivered through a ‘blended learning package’ could help to strengthen the ICU workforce across England and will offer around 10,500 nursing staff the chance to undertake courses and ‘fu
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    Main session videos Investigation science: Fundamentals of a professional safety investigation In this session the HSIB investigation education, learning and standards team discuss the features and current progress of the science of investigation, or Investigation Science as it has been named by Dawn Benson, our head of investigation education. The team highlights the foundations of Investigation Science in the implementation of national, organisational and team-based incident investigations in healthcare. Download the presentation View the video What HSIB has lear
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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. The cour
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    This intensive masterclass will provide in-house Root Cause Analysis training in line with The NHS Patient Safety Strategy (July 2019). The course will offer a practical guide to Root Cause Analysis with a focus on systems-based patient safety investigation as proposed by the forthcoming National Patient Safety Incident Response Framework which emphasises the requirement for investigations to be led by those with safety investigation training/expertise and with dedicated time and resource to complete the work. This course will include an opportunity for learners to gain a Level 3 qualific
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