HealthManagement, Volume 18 - Issue 5, 2018

Highlights from the I-I-I Blog

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Bethan Herring

Emergency Department Clinical Fellow - Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK

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Prompt cards in the Emergency Department

“Prompt cards do not aim to be a set of box-ticking checklists. Instead they provide a list of simple step-by-step instructions and considerations aimed to guide the clinical team and reduce the opportunities for human factors errors and therefore improving patient safety.”


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Nicola Strickland 

President - The Royal College of Radiologists, UK



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What is needed to ensure radiology and clinical oncology can support the NHS for another 70 years?

“AI programmes will no doubt be an integral part of the future … and will be helping radiologists and clinical oncologists to spot and treat cancer and other conditions. However, in the short-to-medium term, the NHS desperately needs properly equipped imaging and cancer departments, and enough doctors to give patients the care they deserve.”

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Vimal Sriram

Learning and Improvement Fellow - National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, UK



TOP QUOTE FROM BLOG:


“Quality Improvement for You (QI4U) is targeted towards but not limited to frontline clinicians, academics, patients, public and service users. QI4U allows individuals, teams and organisations to have a common language and shared understanding of QI terms and methods and how to implement QI well in practice.

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Frederic Llordachs

Entrepreneur – Doctoralia
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eHealth - ACES
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"Expanding universal healthcare using a public system undoubtedly calls for measures that only technology can provide."

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