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  1. Content Article
    Content will be updated and added to but currently includes: essential guidance from the NHS, UK Government, WHO and BMJ public Health England – personal protective equipment (PPE) infection prevention and control resources for staff working in critical care setting resources for staff working in acute hospital setting resources for staff working in primary care and community setting resources for return to work healthcare staff resources for pharmacy staff end of life care Covid-19 wellbeing for staff. The additional content will include new sessions and content curated from different sources such as existing HEE e-LfH sessions and materials from other organisations.Please follow the link below for the latest programme updates and to access the materials.
  2. Content Article
    This article is about accepting that our working lives are difficult, that this is a big part of the attraction of our work and that it is wise to look at ways in which both team and personal resilience can be improved.
  3. Content Article
    The programme includes key materials to help the health and care workforce respond to Coronavirus. Initially, the Coronavirus programme will include limited resources, but more content will be added in the coming days and weeks. The additional content will include new content and content curated from different sources such as existing HEE e-LfH sessions and other resources from organisations such as NHS England and NHS Improvement or the World Health Organization (WHO). Courses in the Coronavirus programme currently include: Essential Guidance from the NHS and Government Infection Prevention and Control Public Health England – Personal Protective Equipment Critical Care Resources.
  4. News Article
    Medical students who are employed in the NHS as part of efforts to swell staff numbers to tackle covid-19 should not be expected to “step up” and act outside of their competency, says the BMA in new guidance. This is the first set of guidance released by the BMA specifically for medical students, who have had placements and exams cancelled and are uncertain about how they might be employed in the NHS in the current crisis. It says that any employment should be voluntary and within the competency of the student, who should have adequate access to personal protective equipment. The BMA refers to General Medical Council guidance that states that plans are not currently in place to move provisional registration forward from the normal August date. It warns that there are concerns around the boundaries of practice and the level of supervision that students who take on roles in the NHS would have, which could lead to unsafe working practices. The BMA is in talks to negotiate a safe national contract for such roles. Read full story Source: BMJ, 24 March 2020
  5. Content Article
    ITU handover Bedside checklists Transducing arterial lines Arterial line sampling Bedside monitoring Observations Ventilation basics Activity sheet. About the author Sam is a registered nurse who works for a Trust on the South Coast of England
  6. News Article
    Third year undergraduate trainee nurses will be invited into clinical practice to support the coronavirus effort, while routine care quality inspections are “going to need to be suspended”, the Chief Executive of NHS England has said. Speaking at the Chief Nursing Officer’s summit event in Birmingham this morning, Sir Simon Stevens told delegates NHSE was working with the Nursing and Midwifery Council to “see how many of the 18,000 [relevant] undergraduates are available”. It is understood they would be paid, and follows government moves to pass emergency legislation to relax rules around working in healthcare. Asked about Care Quality Commission inspections during the outbreak, Sir Simon said: “There will be a small number of cases where it would be sensible to continue for safety related reasons… but the bulk of their routine inspection programmes is clearly going to need to be suspended and many of the staff who are working as inspectors need to come back and help with clinical practice.” Read full story (paywalled) Source: HSJ, 11 March 2020
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