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  1. Content Article
    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
  2. News Article
    A website that tells patients how long they are likely to wait for NHS treatment will be made available in Scotland this summer. Humza Yousaf, the Scottish health secretary, said people queuing for tests and procedures and their doctors would be able to access information about any delays in their area using the software. Many patients living in pain are waiting years to have common operations such as hip and knee replacements. In theory, the SNP guarantee hospital treatment within 12 weeks of patients joining the waiting list, but this law was broken extensively before the pandemic
  3. Content Article
    Through the proposals outlined in this consultation the MHRA aims to: actively manage conflicts of interest and associated issues of gifts, hospitality, other payments and influence. proactively support individuals to ensure that they know what is and is not acceptable – to prevent wrongdoing from occurring. provide the public with accessible information so that they can see what is happening and, where appropriate, ask questions. take firm and decisive action when individual wrongdoing is discovered – including where appropriate, disciplinary action.
  4. Content Article
    Key findings from the 2021 survey include: 95% of respondents said they reported errors to improve pharmacy practice and 80% said they reported in order to help others learn from mistakes. The vast majority (91.4%) of respondents said the reporting procedure was “clear” or “very clear” and a similar proportion (91.6%) said they felt “fairly confident” or “completely confident” following reporting procedures correctly. Almost two thirds (65%) of respondents were aware of the change to the law, introduced in 2018, which provides a legal defence from criminal prosecution in th
  5. News Article
    Patients who have “lost hope” of ever seeing a doctor are falling off NHS waiting lists due to poor record-keeping by the SNP government, Scotland’s public spending watchdog has revealed. Stephen Boyle, the auditor-general, said there was no record of patients who drop off the waiting list to go private or who simply give up. Humza Yousaf, the health secretary, said he was aware of “a small number of people” who had gone abroad for transplants, including one of his own constituents. He admitted there was no way of knowing the scale of the issue, or whether the organs were obtain
  6. Content Article
    The Committee is seeking input in the following areas: The invisibility of adult social care and its consequences Better support for unpaid carers Putting co-production at the heart of care The inquiry would like to hear evidence from: experts by experience people with a range of backgrounds
  7. News Article
    The UK medicines watchdog has been urged to strengthen its conflict of interest policy after it emerged that six of its board members are receiving payments from the pharmaceutical industry. Board members involved in overseeing the regulator’s “strategic direction” also have financial interests in companies including US and Saudi drug giants and firms with ambitions to break into the UK’s healthcare market. Some offer consultancy services while others help run or own shares in drug and medical device firms, according to official transparency records. There is no suggestion of wrongdo
  8. Content Article
    The six-week consultation outlines a number of key proposals that strengthen the current code of practice, to ensure that experts providing the MHRA with advice are independent and impartial, and that the processes in place to manage conflicts of interest are robust and clear to all. It also enables greater inclusion of patient experts in committee discussions so that individuals with lived and personal experiences can contribute to discussions more easily. The proposals include: A register of interests accessible to all (through GOV.UK), which will be updated to reflect any chang
  9. Content Article
    The toolkit includes a decision-making tree to help nursing staff and students decide whether to raise a concern and when to escalate a concern. It also provides definitions of 'raising concerns' and 'escalation' and covers the following areas: Why raise concerns? Types of concerns How to report What to expect Manager's responsibilities What if it is unresolved? Pressure not to report Further help
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    Two years before Susan’s relative died, he was scanned for an unrelated condition that needed no treatment. This scan showed a small tumour which was recorded and identified as a red alert. The locum doctor reviewing the scan was 16 hours into his shift. No action was taken by the Trust and neither the patient nor his GP were alerted to the tumour and the need for immediate treatment. Eighteen months later, Susan’s relative presented with symptoms at his GP’s surgery and was referred for urgent assessment. He was diagnosed with cancer and a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy was undertake
  11. News Article
    The government has committed “in principle” to creating a public repository of consultants’ practice details that sets out their practising privileges and key performance data, including how many times they have performed a particular procedure and how recently. The commitment was part of the response to an independent national inquiry, launched in 2017, following the malpractice of rogue surgeon Ian Paterson. Now serving a 20 year prison sentence, Paterson had undertaken numerous unnecessary breast operations in both private and NHS practice, causing harm to hundreds of patients. Th
  12. Content Article
    ‘Local ingenuity’ What we first need to achieve, is to identify ‘local ingenuity’: examples of ways that people are able to get work done amidst conflicting goals and constrained resources (including time and money), but that have not been formalised. Often these repertoires are not very visible to management. The repertoires might challenge existing rules, guidelines or just the way that management imagined that the work is being done. When management hears about these repertoires, they often judge them against their idea of how work was intended to be executed. Worst case they will
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