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Found 17 results
  1. Content Article
    The guide recommends seven key steps: Establish a COVID-19 response team.Understand how the virus is transmitted. Carry out a risk assessment. Engage staff. Encourage behavioural change.Implement risk control measures. Monitor, review and learn.
  2. Community Post
    At Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, they have introduced a 'Wobble room' . This is where staff can take time out, relax before heading back into clinical work again.
  3. Content Article
    Presentations include: Martin Bromiley talking a little about his story and the impact of design, followed by discussion with Francois Jaulin and Frederic Martin from the Anaesthesia Network. Dr Tom Clutton-Brock, Clinical Director of Trauma Management, discussing regulations in design safety and usability. Tracey Herlihey, Head of Safety Intelligence, HSIB, looks at the consequences of bad design. Colette Longstaffe, Product Assurance Specialist, Clinical and Product Assurance, NHS Supply Chain, looks at what the NHS is doing differently in procurement. Panel discussion with Martin Bromiley, Colette Longstaffe and Tracey Herlihey joined by Rob Turpin from the BSI and chaired by John Pickles, CHFG Chair. Dan Jenkins, Head of Research (Human Factors and Interaction), DCA Design International, looks at how we can use Human Factors to design better medical devices. Professor Chris Frerk, Anaesthetist, gives real life examples of the impact of poor design. Richard Featherstone, Director of Human Factors Research & Design at Emergo by UL, talks about medical devices and user errors. Panel discussion by Professor Chris Frerk and Dan Jenkins plus Duncan McPherson from the MHRA, Chaired by Professor Rhona Flin, CHFG Trustee.
  4. Content Article
    What will I learn? The report identifies 10 lessons to support providers and commissioners seeking to adopt this new approach: Start by focusing on a specific population. Involve primary care from the start. Go where the energy is. Spend time developing shared understanding of challenges. Work through and thoroughly test assumptions about how activities will achieve results. Find ways to learn from others and assess suitability of interventions. Set up an ‘engine room’ for change. Distribute decision-making roles. Invest in workforce development at all levels. Test, evaluate and adapt for continuous improvement.
  5. Community Post
    Hi all, I had a great meeting with @Neal Jones yesterday and in a wide ranging discussion we reflected on design and human factors. I recall some great work many years ago on the redesign of ambulances (that the NPSA contributed to) and wondered what happened to that initative and whether this had developed into designing new hospitals for patient safety. @Neal Jones recalled the DOME (designing out medical error) project http://www.domeproject.org.uk/index.html. This web site is dated 2010 and it seems to have been a three year funded project. Is this innovative approach still 'live?' Does anyone know of any work on human factors in hospital design to deliver safer care (processes, equipment, layout, technology etc)? In the UK or internationally? By googling I've found articles on specific departmental inititaives and people calling for more to be done but not much of the 'how' or any requirment to embed patient safety into new build hospital deisgn. Surely there must be soemthing?!!
  6. Content Article
    Find out in this short video how to use the Model Hospital tool, which was designed to support NHS trusts to identify productivity opportunities and provide the best patient care in the most efficient way. The Model Hospital is broken down into six sections offering different perspectives from which to review hospital activity: board-level oversight clinical service lines corporate services people care settings clinical support services.
  7. Content Article
    Design principles covered: Noise Use of colour Equipment Storage Single rooms Medication packaging
  8. News Article
    A nationwide effort in the US to improve and coordinate patient safety measures will strive to make a connection between workplace and patient safety. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) gave an update during its National Forum this week on the creation of a national patient safety plan intended to encourage better coordination of safety efforts. A key goal of the plan, expected to be released next year, was to emphasise the role of improving workforce safety. “In our view, too many systems have a separation between workforce safety and patient safety and yet we know the two are connected,” said Derek Feeley, President and CEO of IHI, in a briefing with reporters Monday before the start of the forum in Orlando, Florida. “Patient safety incidents are much less likely to occur when workers feel safe.” The steering committee developing the plan includes 27 organizations that range from patient advocates and professional societies to provider organizations and government representatives. The committee's plan hopes to target healthcare leaders and policymakers. Read full story Source: Fierce Healthcare, 10 December 2019
  9. Community Post
    When you enter a hospital, be it as a patient or a member of staff, an interesting thing happens. The glass doors close behind you and you are irretrievably in a different existential space. Outside, beyond that threshold is the material world. But inside you are a new Jonah having been swallowed by a mammoth whale I’m interested in exploring that existential space in the interests of quantifying the healing environment.
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