This is the third in the 'Meet Mo' campaign series. This video sees Mo join electronic repeat dispensing which cuts time for Mo, Mo's GP and pharmacist. General Practice is under considerable demand, and repeat prescribing is a significant part of GPs’ daily work load. Electronic Repeat Dispensing (eRD) is an NHS service which has been shown to save GP time spent on repeat prescriptions, and to be more convenient for patients. As part of the work being done in Wessex to support the effective roll out of this valuable NHS service, Wessex AHSN has developed this short animation (the third in our meet Mo series) to help the public to be aware of the service, and its benefits. As with the past two “Mo” videos we have endeavoured to make the animation as engaging and lively as possible. The Electronic Repeat Dispensing service is intended for patients with a long-term condition, which requires repeat medicines, that do not change regularly. Their GP can authorise up to 12 months of such medicines. These prescriptions are stored electronically, and then dispensed and supplied to the patient by the patient's community pharmacist when they are needed. The patient does not have to request prescriptions from the GP during this period. To find out more about this service or to see the range of resources we have developed to support eRD see wessexahsn.org.uk/projects/120/electronic-repeat-dispensing.
We've been researching and developing a standardised, evidence based approach to the spread and adoption of innovations in our region. We call this our 'spread and adoption model' – the model is constantly evolving, with a key output being a 'spread and adoption plan'. This video is the combination of two webinars held in early March 2019 to introduce the first three components of our model and the spread and adoption planning template to colleagues from other AHSNs.
RCGP Wessex Webinar October 2018 We are joined by Dr Matt Inada-Kim Consultant Acute Physician, & Sepsis Lead, Hampshire Hospitals National Clinical Advisor Sepsis (NHS England) & Deterioration (NHS Improvement) Clinical Lead for Deterioration & Sepsis, Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative
Extract from a 2009 SBAR Communication Training Video filmed by the Paediatric Dept at the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust
In an unconference the topics for discussion are set by the attendees at the beginning of the meeting and those who want to begin a conversation on a topic choose a time and a space.
This video describes how an NHS Trust implemented a QI programme to build a culture of continuous improvement within the Trust in which staff feel they have the support and permission to make improvements to the quality, safety and efficiency of care. Whilst the specific details relate to Imperial College the video is an excellent illustration of the relevance and importance using QI to improve science (or art) to benefit recipients of healthcare in all care settings.
William Roberts, National Care Homes Lead, New Care Models Programme, NHS England, shares learning from the care homes vanguards.