Monthly Archives: August 2015

Three generations of surgeons, born in the wilderness by @fanusdreyer

Originally posted on dghealth:
Olifantshoek Olifantshoek is a small town in the south-east corner of the Kalahari desert, in a “poort” where a seasonal river flows through. Seasons here are measured in years or decades, not months, but there is…

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Good Cop, Bad Cop – Can a healthcare regulator be both?

I have had another blog published on the Policy@Manchester Website It is about the changes for TDA and Monitor (English healthcare scrutiny organisations) becoming NHS Improvement, and from my research so far, what I have learnt that could benefit regulators … Continue reading

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Patient Safety is hard

Originally posted on suzette woodward:
Its time we stopped beating ourselves up.  Patient Safety or improving the safety of patient care is hard. In today’s world we have spell checkers and prompts to help us with difficult problems.  We have search…

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Capabilities for Learning Organisations

Originally posted on NHSIQ:
Earlier this month, Jeremy Hunt called for the NHS to become the ‘world’s largest learning organisation’. Not only do successful learning organisations require the correct cultures, processes and resources, but they also require their staff to…

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