Medicines optimisation is the safe and effective use of medicines to enable the best possible outcomes for people. With these details we can feedback to the DN team leaders to improve the system as a whole 17 June - Medicines in health and adult social care CQC have produced a report sharing the learning from risks and good practice in medicines optimisation.
The playlists are being made freely available. The topics include:. CQC have categorised the most common areas of risk with medicines across regulated health and adult social care services. The Statlock catheter fixation device was stopped at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust last year following a number of incidents where a small number of patients had developed pressure ulcers associated with the use of the fixation devices.
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There is a risk to staff wearing the mask if the foam strip on the mask flakes and enters their airway or mouth. For the latest training and development news and events please follow this linkand to view the full back catalogue of the Partners in Care Weekly Bulletin please follow this link.
If you have any innovative and creative ways that you are using to help meet the needs of your residents, please let us know.
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Give them information anonymously on or via their online reporting tool by clicking here. They may be worried that they will be judged, not taken seriously, arrested, face an outcome that causes disruption to their working and that they may be identified publicly. If you think you might be at risk, it's important that you get tested, even if you don't have any symptoms.
Here is a link to the key elements leaders need to utilise to build psychological safety in their teams. The topics include: Capacity and isolation periods; The role of Public Health England and the powers it can exercise; The impact of the recently launched track and trace programme.
You can email us at: tewv. Appendix 4 SOP wording has correspondingly been updated to reflect this, to identify if any observed contact can be mitigated rather than go straight to isolation.