Videos

Category: Patient Safety Collaborative


How to use your sats probe

Welcome to the Virtual Covid Ward. This short video explains how to use the 'sats probe' (also called a pulse oximeter) we have given you to help us take care of you remotely.

This film has been produced by the TICC-19 Pathway team, a Covid-19 triage pathway developed at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.


Webinar: Remote monitoring using pulse oximetry in care homes

This webinar explains the background to COVID Oximetry @home and COVID virtual wards, and what this means for care home staff supporting residents who are being monitored remotely using pulse oximetry. Aimed at registered managers, care workers in care homes, Primary Care Network clinical leads, and staff supporting remote monitoring, it covers why ‘silent hypoxia’ is important, how it works in practice, and the range of support and learning materials on offer.

Organised by the AHSN Network with NHS England and NHS Improvement, the webinar was held on 9 February 2021.


Introduction to Inhealthcare for the CO@H Project

An introductory video from the Wessex AHSN Digital CO@H team introducing the Covid Oximetry @ Home service on the Inhealthcare platform


Q Webinar series 13/7/2021

Q members and their teams discuss recent projects and highlight areas where QI methodology was utilised.


New care models: Learning from the care homes vanguards

Enhanced health in care homes is one of the new care models set out in the NHS five year forward view. This presentation was given as part of a conference which provided perspectives on progress in providing older people with better, more joined-up care and rehabilitation services.


Covid Oximetry at Home on BBC South Today

The Covid Oximetry at Home work (sometimes called a "virtual ward") describes an enhanced package of remote monitoring (of symptoms and oxygen saturations) for patients with confirmed/suspected Covid-19 who are at risk of future deterioration/admission, provided within a patient’s own home (or usual residence) overseen by a multidisciplinary team (MDT) from either the community or hospital.