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  1. Event
    The Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) sets out a new approach to learning and improving following patient safety incidents across the NHS in England. This workshop will highlight how different organisations are approaching incident response decision making and associated governance processes. Audience: PSIRF webinars are open to everyone to attend, including both NHS and arms length bodies. Presenters: Tracey Herlihey, Head of Patient Safety Incident Response, NHS England Lauren Mosley, Head of Patient Safety Implementation, NHS England, Kerry Crowther, Patient Safety Specialist, Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Christopher Brooks-Daw, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, North Bristol NHS Trust Register
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    A peer-led digital patient storytelling model. 'Stories place patients at the heart of our work to discover what truly matters most'. In 2020, the patient and public engagement team at Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals recruited patients, staff and volunteers to take part in digital patient storytelling training. At this session, you will meet this pioneering peer team who, starting as absolute beginners, lead this work, their motivation, and their training experience. How recording of a patient's experience can be transformed into video stories that celebrates great care, can provide vital learnings, and highlight potential future improvements. Register
  3. Content Article
    The census had responses from all 12 major Emergency Departments in Wales and found: There is one WTE Consultant per 7784 annual attendances, considerably less than the RCEM recommended figure of 1:4000. Of these 101 consultants, 19 are planning to retire in the next six years – a fifth of the consultant workforce. There were 90 gaps in the consultant rota, 33 in the middle grade rota and eight in the junior rota. Inability to recruit was the primary reason for rota gaps. This is leading to departments in Wales not meeting RCEM best practice recommendations of having an EM consultant presence for at least 16 hours a day in all medium and large systems. When asked for future staffing needs, departments across Wales reported needing an increase of 75% consultants, 120% increase in the ACP/ANP/PA workforce, 44% increase in the ENP workforce, 30% increase in the Higher Specialist Trainees/ Non-consultant Senior Decision Maker and a 50% increase in Junior Doctors in the next six years. The census also found that junior doctors were also being overstretched: At the time of collection there were 52 trainees in the ST1-6 programme as well as 95 non- Emergency Medicine trainees working in EDs across Wales Junior doctors work one weekend every three weekends, consultants work one weekend every 6.2 weekends. Junior doctors in training also do the most night shifts with an average of 52 per year.
  4. Content Article
    Changes in the way staff work, including staff taking on new roles and responsibilities, is a well-known policy solution in the NHS, and there are some really good instances where skill mix works well and has real benefits. But are there downsides to the drive to employ new types of staff to help doctors and nurses? What are the implications for continuity of care, staff experience and outcomes? Is the idea of ‘top of the licence’ working a reason for concern in terms of burnout, the fragmentation of care or is it an unavoidable response to the workforce crisis? Chair: Nigel Edwards, Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust Prof Alison Leary, Chair of Healthcare and Workforce Modelling, London South Bank University Dr Louella Vaughan, Senior Clinical Fellow, Nuffield Trust
  5. Event
    Aimed at Clinicians and Managers, this national virtual conference will provide a practical guide to human factors in healthcare, and how a human factors approach can improve patient care, quality, process and safety. There will be an extended focus on the role of human factors in patient safety investigation in line with the new National Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF). This conference will enable you to: Network with colleagues who are working to embed a human factors approach. Learn from outstanding practice in using human factors and ergonomics to improve patient safety and quality. Reflect on national developments and learning including the patient safety syllabus and the role of human factors within the new patient safety incident response framework. Understand the tools and methodology. Develop your skills in training and educating frontline staff in human factors. Understand how you can improve patient safety incident investigation by using a human factors approach. Learn from case studies demonstrating the practical application of human factors to improve patient care and safety. Understand the role of human factors in improving culture and delivering psychological safety. Self assess and reflect on your own practice. Supports CPD professional development and acts as revalidation evidence. This course provides 5 Hrs training for CPD subject to peer group approval for revalidation purposes. Register
  6. News Article
    Inspectors raised serious concerns around leadership and safety at Lister Hospital in Stevenage, run by East and North Hertfordshire Trust, when they visited in October. The maternity service was also rated inadequate for leadership. The CQC also raised concerns about staffing shortages, infection prevention control, care records, cleanliness, waiting times and training. The inspection did, however, find staff worked well together, managers monitored the effectiveness of the service and findings were used to make improvements. Carolyn Jenkinson, the CQC’s head of hospital inspection, said: “This drop in quality and safety was down to insufficient management from leaders to ensure staff understood their roles, and to ensure the service was available to people when they needed it.” Read full story (paywalled) Source: HSJ, 20 January 2023
  7. Content Article
    Five themes were identified: lack of practical knowledge (skills dexterity, real-world knowledge) impostor syndrome safety culture (unsafe environment, lack of supplies lack of mentoring/management) internalized fear seeking the sage. Authors conclude that transition to practice is overwhelming and uncertain. Academic faculty and practice nurses’ cooperative efforts can aid novice nurses in safe transition to practice through academic curriculum enhancement, preceptors, and nurse residency programs working toward narrowing the academic practice gap.
  8. Event
    This one-day virtual course is suitable those engaged or interested in patient safety, quality improvement & service delivery. On this interactive virtual course we will explore how human factors and ergonomics impact everyday working practices & patient safety. This material aligns with key focuses of the National Patient Safety Strategy, PSIRF & several domains of the National Patient Safety Syllabus 2.0. This course is equivalent to 6 hours of education. It will show you how to take a systems approach to respond to patient safety investigations using the SEIPS Model. Participants have the opportunity to practically apply SEIPS to a patient safety incident & explore contributory factors. We introduce methods such as observation & interview and consider how to generate areas for improvement and safety actions. Includes: A one-day healthcare focused course. Facilitated by experienced, doctors, nurses & educators. Small group work. Selected course materials. Membership of the Being Human in Healthcare Network. Register
  9. Content Article
    In this blog Helen discusses how Patient Safety Learning is working with Tim Edwards to raise awareness of the findings of his report, and its associated nine calls for action, to help improve pulmonary embolism outcomes. Read the full blog on the National Voices website. Related reading Independent review of pulmonary embolism fatalities in England & Wales – recent trends, excess deaths, their causes and risk management concerns (December 2022, Tim Edwards) Jenny, and why we must learn from her misdiagnosis of pulmonary embolism Pulmonary embolism misdiagnosis – a systemic problem (Tim Edwards, 4 January 2023) House of Commons Debate - Pulmonary Embolisms: Diagnosis (30 November 2022) Royal College of Radiologists: Briefing for pulmonary embolism debate (November 2022) HSIB - Clinical decision making: diagnosis of pulmonary embolism in emergency departments (24 March 2022)
  10. Content Article
    Key recommendations Positively engaging DSCR providers not currently on the assured provider list A standard to ensure the inclusion and consultation of end-users at every stage of the design, production, and implementation process of any new technology A new forum for social care providers, end users, and technology providers to discuss digital solutions for the sector A call for financial support for digital inclusion among people in receipt of adult social care services Mandatory digital training for staff
  11. News Article
    Pupils should learn what health problems they must not bother the NHS with, doctors and pharmacists have said. In a new strategy paper they call for a “wholesale cultural shift” towards more self-care, insisting this could both empower patients and reduce demand. Conditions like lower back pain, the common cold and acute sinusitis can generally be treated without the need for GPs or hospital visits, experts said. They called for the national curriculum to include requirements for both primary and secondary pupils to be taught to treat and manage common health problems at home. Medical students or pharmacists could go into school to offer lessons on “self-care techniques and signposting to appropriate use of NHS services”, they said. The paper is from the Self-Care Strategy Group, a coalition of pharmacy bodies and GP and patient groups. Read full story (paywalled) Source: The Times, 9 January 2023
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    This two day intensive masterclass will provide Root Cause Analysis Training in line with the July 2019 Patient Safety Strategy. 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 further information and to book your place visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/root-cause-analysis-2-day-masterclass or email kate@hc-uk.org.uk. hub members receive a 20% discount. Email info@pslhub.org for further information.
  13. Event
    This conference will bring together current and aspiring Ward Managers to understand current issues and the national context, and to develop your skills as an effective Ward Manager. The conference will open with reflections on the characteristics and qualities required for the role, and understanding your role within quality and specifically meeting the CQC Quality Ratings at Ward level. The conference will include a look at the challenges and issues as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic for Ward Managers. For further information and to book your place visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/effective-ward-manager or email frida@hc-uk.org.uk. hub members receive a 20% discount code. Email info@pslhub.org for discount code. Follow the conference on Twitter @HCUK_Clare #wardmanager
  14. Event
    This conference focuses on improving nutrition and hydration on the wards. Through expert guidance and practical case studies and advice the conference aims to support and equip you to improve practice on your ward and reduce the risk of malnutrition in patients. For further information and to book your place visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/improving-nutrition-hydration-ward or email kate@hc-uk.org.uk. hub members receive a 20% discount. Email info@pslhub.org for discount code. Follow the conference on Twitter @HCUK_Clare #NHSNutrition
  15. Event
    This one day masterclass will focus on improving patient safety through enhancing psychological safety and safety culture. It will look 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. All Clinical Staff and Team Leads should attend. For further information and to book your place visit https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/improving-psychological-safety-patient-safety or email aman@hc-uk.org.uk. hub members receive a 20% discount. Email info@pslhub.org for discount code.
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