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  • 21Jun

    Call out for care and support plan evidence

    Care and support planning is at the heart of the of person-centred care.  The Coalition for Collaborative Care is supporting the Royal College of Physicians with their Digital Care and Support Plan Standards project. As part of the project, they are seeking examples of generic care and support plans, being used or implemented, and any examples…

  • 21Jun

    Co-production at the heart of diabetes revolution

    Co-production is a core element of C4CC‘s vision to achieve person-centred care and C4CC partner Diabetes UK, explains how it is at the heart of a quiet revolution in diabetes care. In a blog written by Amy Rylance of Diabetes UK, Amy describes how the clinicians and people living with diabetes were hugely frustrated by the…

  • 21Jun

    SCIE co-production webinar: 6 July 2017; 3pm

    Understanding the principles of co-production is the easy bit. Actually putting co-production into practice is the difficult part. We tend to talk a lot about the definitions and values of co-production but not much about how to actually make it work in practice. This webinar on ‘Effective co-production: what are the key skills and approaches…

  • 21Jun

    The State of Patient Experience report 2017

    The Patient Experience LIbrary reports that there are important differences between the American and British health systems. But that doesn’t mean we can’t learn from our US colleagues. The Beryl Institute‘s ‘State of Patient Experience 2017‘ report is based on a survey of 1,644 healthcare organisations, both within and outside the US. It has some…

  • 21Jun

    Simon Stevens sets out next steps for NHS

    Speaking at this year’s NHS Confederation annual conference, Simon Stevens outlined the five overarching priorities for the NHS over the coming year; improving A&E performance, strengthening access to GP services and primary care, improving cancer and mental health care, delivering financial balance and accelerating local care redesign and integration. Simon Stevens also spoke about ending…

  • 21Jun

    Digital leadership in London’s NHS

    Today’s digital solutions are now well-developed products that enable patients to self-manage at the same time reducing the inconvenience of healthcare. They are beginning to replace face-to-face services saving clinical staff time and also save the NHS money. This report, highlighted by CHAIN, aims to chart the impact of digital technology on the NHS in…

  • 20Jun

    Updated patient decision aids

    NHS RightCare and the patient centred care team have published updated versions of 28 patient decision aids that have been developed for CCGs to share with clinicians. The aids are designed to support patients and clinicians to have informed conversations about treatment for their condition. They are available on the National Institute for Health and…

  • 20Jun

    Action needed to prevent confusion over medicines

    The Academy of Medical Sciences believes that scientific evidence should be at the heart of decisions about the use of medicines, as it is open to check and challenge. However, it’s recent report found that while about two-thirds of the public trust the experiences of friends and family, only about one-third of the public trust…

  • 19Jun

    Job advert: Information Officer, Teenage Cancer Trust – Self-employed; 6 months

    Job Title: Information Officer Organisation: Teenage Cancer Trust Salary: £200 per day Location: Head Office – London Contract type: Consultancy based for 6 months Hours: 14 hours per week (2 days a week) Closing date: Midday 30 June 2017 You can view the job description here: Information Officer Advert and JD-Teenage Cancer Trust About the role The Teenage…

  • 16Jun

    New PRSB standards published on e-discharge summaries

    Highlighted in Digital Health, a re-worked version of the e-discharge summary standard has been published by the Professional Record Standards Body. The revisions aim to improve communication between hospitals and primary and community care. Changes include how information about a patient’s medication is entered. Using this standard, hospitals can now transfer standardised clinical information using…

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